LOT 902 £100/200 (06:38PM)

A finely produced reproduction mahogany cabinet in the Regency style the upper section of glazed doors with pleated fabric decoration enclosing baize-lined shelves above a cupboard with brass grille-mounted doors raised on a plinth, with gilt-metal roundel decoration. (91 in high x 49 in cornice width).

LOT 910 £40/70 (06:43PM)

A Victorian chair the mahogany moulded frame with shaped seat rail, on cabriole legs, upholstered in buttoned pink dralon, a Victorian low-seated chair on turned legs upholstered in gold dralon and a modern stool.

LOT 912 £30/50 (06:46PM)

An early 20th century folding chair upholstered in gold dralon and a Victorian gentleman's armchair with carved moulded frame on turned legs upholstered in buttoned pink dralon.

LOT 914 £40/60 (06:46PM)

A pretty and elegant late Victorian mahogany framed settee with an inlaid slatted frame upholstered in floral striped fabric and raised on square tapering legs.

LOT 916 £60/90 (06:48PM)

A fantastic oriental occasional table the shaped square top framed in a scaly dragon's tail with dragon and bat-carved quarters on a folding stand carved with an exotic camel's head and scaly body.

LOT 917 £80/150 (06:48PM)

A delightful early 20th century three-piece suite and matching pouffe upholstered in a bright green silky fabric the two-seater settee with bowed high-back ends raised on carved cabriole legs on ball and claw feet and four salon chairs to match (included with floral loose covers) and a backless chair.

LOT 929 £80/150 (06:55PM)

A 19th century Burmese traditional centre table with heavily carved decoration the frieze with exotic animals and temples, foliage, snakes, lizards and raised on four dragon-carved legs.

LOT 930 £100/150 (06:55PM)

A Victorian walnut Davenport with burr-walnut cross-banding and raised pen and correspondence box above four drawers with carved column decorative supports.

LOT 931 £40/60 (06:58PM)

A Grandmother clock in a dome-topped oak case the glazed door flanked by spiral columns enclosing a rod-chiming movement with moulded door and base.

LOT 934 £80/120 (06:58PM)

A good example of a Victorian burr-walnut correspondence box the pair of angled doors revealing a stepped interior with removable stamp tray and concealed drawer.

LOT 936 £600/900 (07:00PM)

A spectacular George III long-case clock the swan-neck pediment above an arched frieze and glazed door the silvered dial (18 x 13 ins) engraved Thos Whipp Rochdale with second hand date aperture and moon phase further engraved with the following sentiments: Time flies swift redeem it Man, For why thy days are but a span. And here I serve with all my might to tell the hours both day and night. Then for example take by me and serve thy God as I serve thee. And in about eight days O man… Your help require or I must stand. So in such wise on God you must for help and aid for ever trust. The main body with a blind-fret frieze above a shell and acanthus carved door flanked by Corinthian quarter columns above a similarly decorative base on bracket feet. (8ft 4 ins overall height)