New Arrivals

A late 20th Century large model scratch built ship of Wapping Von Hamburg

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Wappen Von Hamburg, a 17th century German fighting ship, was commissioned by Admiral Karpfanger, and she was then employed, very successfully as a heavily armed Convoy Escort Ship. She engaged and sank a large number of pirate ships during her short but colourful career. On October 10th, 1683 fire broke out on board in the port of Cadiz. The magazine exploded killing Admiral Karpfanger along with 22 others and destroyed the ship.

This model measures approximately 42 in – 107 cm in length, 18 in – 46 cm in depth and 38 in – 96.5 cm in height. It is protected inside a 3 sided glass packing/ transport case, which measures 46 in – 117 cm wide, 22 ¾ in – 58 cm deep and 39 ¾ in – 101 cm in height.

It is priced at £1,850.00.

Late Summer English Landscape by the Circle of Thomas Gainsborough

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A superb late summer English landscape depicting a traveler returning home at dusk, encased by a hand carved gilt wood frame of an extremely high quality. Both pieces date to the 18th c., c.1780, the painting, a true country house picture and the frame a very stately home one.

It measures 55 in – 139.8 cm wide, 46 in – 117 cm high and 4 in – 10 cm deep, including the frame. The picture opening measures 42 ¾ in – 108.5 cm by 33 ¾ in – 86 cm.

This lovely painting is priced at £25,000.00.

Hand Painted 19th C. Porcelain Pottery Table Lamp

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A very decorative, detailed and colorful late 19th C. French porcelain lamp painted in the Japanese style, depicting various oriental figures with dragons against an ivory background. The ginger jar shaped table lamp is from the Sampson factory and is set on a gilt bronze base with a height of 21 ½ inches – 57 cm high and a diameter of 26 ½ inches - 67.3 cm at the widest point.

The price on this lamp is £825.00.

Pair of late 19th C. Walnut Chippendale Style Arm Chairs

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A very handsome pair of late 19th C. carved walnut Chippendale Style arm chairs with yellow gold leather upholstered seats.

Each chair measures 25 ½ in – 65 cm wide, 20 in – 51 cm deep and 37 ¾ in – 96 cm high, with a seat height of 18 in – 46 cm.

The chairs are priced at £1,200.00.

Pair of 19th C. Japanese Imari Pottery Vases

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These very attractive pair of Japanese Imari pottery vases are late 19th C and are hand painted with a profuse pattern of leaves and rainbow styled designs.

The pair measure 12 in – 30.5 cm in height with a diameter of 6 ½ in – 16.5 cm in diameter.

They are priced at £650.00 for the pair.

19th C. English Naïve School Watercolour

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This enchanting 19th Century English Naïve school watercolour depicts a farmer with his sheep at a gate, with 2 young girls in a flower meadow alongside him, together in a carved oak frame.

The picture measures 27 in – 68.5 cm wide by 22 ¾ in – 57.8 cm high, including the frame, with a depth of 1 ¼ in – 3.2 cm.

This delightful painting is priced at £850.00.


Pair of Chippendale Style Carved Walnut Bergere Armchairs

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This gorgeous pair of Chippendale Style carved walnut Bergere armchairs are upholstered in a pale sea foam green damask and stand on ball and claw feet. They are c. 1910, and have separate feather and down seat and back cushions.

Each chair measures 29 ½ in – 75 cm wide, 33 in – 84 cm deep and 35 ¼ in – 89.5 cm in overall height.

The price on this outstanding pair of chairs is £2,400.00.

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