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A Bronze Figure of a Russian Cossack, standing wearing military uniform with medals, on a malachite veneered base, 17.5cm high

A 1970’s Merrow Associates Rosewood Drinks’ Trolley, with inset rectangular glass top above a middle three quarter glass shelf above a rosewood veneered undertier, in a flat chrome frame, on wheels, unmarked, 73cm by 46cm, 64cm high With CITES A10 (non-transferable) licence no.526342/03

Condition Report: Rather faded and the timber is dry. Top section with some ring marks. Small sections of timber missing throughout, particularly the top section along the edge and platform base back right hand corner.

The fall has two splits running through the hinges. With key and working locks. 230714

A 1970’s Merrow Associates Rosewood Magazine Rack, with two compartments held in a flat chrome stand, unmarked, 54cm by 18cm, 39cm high With CITES A10 (non-transferable) licence no.526342/04

A George III Boxwood Strung and Mahogany Lady’s Workbox, with swing handle and caddy top over tapering sides, the base with frieze drawer, 26.5cm wide

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A Modern Satin Birch Side Table, with green stained stringing, with two drawers, on four octagonal legs, unmarked, 106.5cm by 52cm, 75cm

A German Oak Marriage Tray, dated 1771, of flared rectangular form, with central pierced roundel within an inscription and pierced hearts within sprandrels with further dates and inscription, the flared rim with pierced panels and foliage within a scroll border, 44cm wide

An Art Deco Heal’s Limed Oak Bureau, the fall front opening to reveal a fitted interior, above four graduating drawers, labelled ivorine disc HEAL & SON Ltd London W, 76cm wide, 47cm deep, 104cm high

Attributed to Johann Huggler Snr: A Swiss “Black Forest” Type Carved Wood Panel, late 19th/early 20th century, carved in high relief with a mountaineer, a gun over his shoulder, standing beside an eagle’s nest, two further eagles about him, 95cm high

After Ernest Rancoulet: A Pair of Bronze Figures of Peasant Musicians, he playing a tambourine, she with a triangle, on circular bases, signed, 56cm and 54cm high

A Gilt Bronze Figure of an Angel, in Renaissance style, the seated figure with flowing robes and cowled wings, on a shaped rectangular plinth, 10cm high

After Giambologma: A Bronze Figure of Venus Bathing, 23.5cm high, on an ebonised stepped square column

Eero Saarinen for Knoll Studio: A Tulip Table, circular black veined marble top on a white painted base, labelled Knoll Studio Eero Saarinen 1956, and Made in Italy paper label, 36cm

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A Pair of Spelter and Marble Elephant Bookends, 20th century, as standing elephants, on rectangular bases, 19cm long

A Shapland & Petter Ltd of Barnstable Art Nouveau Mahogany Bureau, with raised upstand inset with a rectangular glazed panel with grill work, the fall front enclosing a fitted interior, above an open compartment, on stile supports, lock stamped S & P, 66cm wide, 36cm deep, 134cm high

A Pair of Heron Lounge Chairs, designed by Ernest Race for Race Furniture Limited, upholstered in grey weave fabric, on a red painted metal frame, on four tapering teak legs with black feet moulded ARMSTRONG CORK COMPANY Ltd LONDON, 89cm

After Sir William Hamo Thornycroft RA (1850-1925): Charles George Gordon, a bronze figure standing in a thoughtful pose, his cane under his left arm, a bible in his left hand, one foot on a broken canon, on a titled base signed HAMO THORNYCROFT RA SC 1888, 37cm high See Manning (E) Marble and Bronze, The Art and Life of Hamo Thornycroft, London 1982, pg.100-109. The original model of General Gordon was commissioned in 1885 and erected in Trafalgar Square. It has now been moved to the Victoria Embankment

A J.S.Henry Inlaid Mahogany Corner Chair, with three capped uprights, on four tapering square section legs joined by stretchers, labelled J.S.HENRY LTD LONDON, 75.5cm

A Shapland & Petter Ltd of Barnstable Arts & Crafts Wardrobe, circa 1900, the bold cornice with stylised spandrels and hammered copper roundels above a central mirror door flanked by two hinged doors inlaid with tulips, above two deep drawers, 176cm by 58cm by 221cm; A Matching Dressing Table, with a centre sunk hinged mirror flanked by superstructure drawers with cupboard doors below above a deep drawers, 122cm by 60cm by 175cm; and A Matching 4’6″ Bedstead, the bold cornice above a marquetry panel and slatted sides with confirming footboard, design number R7002 (3) Literature: Bennett (Daryl) Shapland & Petter Ltd of Barnstaple Arts & Crafts Furniture, page 66, 5.3.

A Russian Lacquer Tea Caddy, 19th century, the hinged cover painted with a troika in a winter landscape, printed mark, 20cm wide

An Art Deco Heals Limed Oak Bureau, with sloping fall front over two short over two long drawers, with circular ivorine disc Heal’s Tottenham Court Road London W1, 69cm wide, 41cm deep, 98cm high

A White Marble Bust of a Young Boy, dated 1860, wearing robes with a frilled collar on a circular socle initialled JBP, signed F.GILBERT SEPT.1860, 50cm high

A 1960’s Danish Rosewood Nest-of-Tables, each on four tapering circular legs, one labelled 1/S MOBELFABRIKKEN Toften MADE IN DENMARK RANDERS, largest 55cm by 40cm, 49cm With CITES A10 (non-transferable) licence no.526355/01

An Austrian Cold Painted Bronze Figure of a Terrier, early 20th century, seated, with naturalistic fur, stamped DÉPOSÉ and with diamond registration mark, 12.5cm high

After G de Thouin: A Bronze and Ivory Figure “FRILEUX”, a bust of a young child wearing a headscarf, on a waisted onyx socle with title plaque, signed, 22cm high

A Swiss “Black Forest” Carved Wood Group, late 19th/early 20th century, of an Ibex and her two kids on a rocky moulded base and canted rectangular plinth, 28cm high

A Bronze Figure of Narcissus, after the Antique, standing holding a wine skin under his left arm, on a stepped white marble base, 23.5cm high

A 1960’s Danish Rosewood Bookcase, the upper section with two open compartments each with three adjustable shelves, the base with two sliding doors opening to reveal two open shelved sections enclosing four sliding drawers, on four circular legs, partial label M LAGACHE SAVIGNY-sur-ORGE LOT 793, 206cm by 50cm, 180cm high See illustration With CITES A10 (non-transferable) licence no.526217/02

A 1950’s Alfred Cox Handcraft Teak Dining Room Suite, comprising sideboard, the rectangular top over two cupboards enclosing four graduating drawers, labelled HANDCRAFT QUALITY FURNITURE REGISTERED TRADEMARK, 200cm by 47cm, 82cm high; an extending table, with shaped rectangular top, on four tapering legs, 183cm (6ft) by 91.5cm (3ft), 74.5cm high; and a set of eight chairs, with rail backs, 94cm (10)

A Bronze Figure of a Winged Devil, late 19th/20th century, sitting on a rocky outcrop, his wings cowled, holding a cross, 21.5cm high; A Pair of Bronze Figures of Dwarfs, after Callot, 9.5cm high, later wooden base; A Bronze Miniature Sarcophagus and Cover, 17cm wide; and A Bronze Model of a Banana, 19.5cm wide (5)

Bruce Contway: Study of a Racehorse, limited edition 14/30, titled, signed and dated (19)85, 40cm wide, green marble base

An Italian Bronze Figure of Mars, probably Venetian, 17th century, standing wearing ornate Roman armour, a shield in his left hand, his sword in his right, on a circular base, 24.5cm high, on a rectangular marble column and black marble base, converted to a lamp base For a similar example see Bonhams, New Bond Street, 28 Oct 2008, lot 19

A Swiss “Black Forest” Carved Oak Figure Group, late 19th/early 20th century, in the manner of Johann Huggler, of a farmer with two oxen and a plough, on a naturalistically moulded base and lobed oval plinth, 56cm high

Sir Alfred Gilbert MVO, RA (1854-1934): An Offering to Hymen, a bronze figure of a standing nude girl holding a statuette of Anteros and a sprig of hawthorn, on an octagonal base cast with grotesque figures, 29cm high Provenance: Agnews 1992. See Dorment (Richard) Alfred Gilbert, Sculptor and Goldsmith, London, The Royal Academy 1986, catalogue no.19

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A 17th Century Oak Marriage Box, of rectangular form with hinged cover, carved with swags of fruit and scrolling foliage flanked by profile portraits of a lady and gentleman, on ogee stile feet, 36.5cm wide

A Finn Juhl Rosewood Coffee Table, by France and Son, Denmark, circa 1960’s, the shaped rectangular top with curved ends, above a slide, on four shaped legs joined by stretchers, labelled FF CKFrance and numbered 6619344, stamped FF made in denmark, 122cm (4ft) by 54cm, 43cm See illustration With CITES A10 (non-transferable) licence no.526217/01

A Pair of Bronze Figures of Dionysus and Ariadne, after the Antique, he standing holding a goblet and bunch of grapes, further grapes in his hair, a goat skin on the tree stump at his side, she loosely draped holding her crown of stars, both on rectangular bases, 47cm high

A Regency Papier Mâché Tray, painted and gilt with chinoiserie figures amongst stylised foliage and rockwork, 76cm wide

An Art Nouveau Scottish Inlaid Mahogany Dressing Table, the rectangular mirror inlaid with three thistles above a pierced heart motif with winged supports, the base with an inlaid drawer, on four ringed legs joined by an H stretcher, unmarked, 107cm wide, 48cm deep, 172cm high

A 1970’s Merrow Associates Rosewood Extending Dining Table, the shaped rectangular top on two three legged flat chrome supports, unmarked, 160cm by 91.5cm (3ft), 73.5cm high with two extra leaves 45.5cm eachWith CITES A10 (non-transferable) licence no.526342/02

An Austrian Cold Painted Bronze Figure of a Rabbit, early 20th century, crouching on all fours, with naturalistic fur, stamped Geschutz, 16cm long

A Pair of Swiss “Black Forest” Carved Wood Figures of Snipe, late 19th/early 20th century, each hung from a peg on a shaped oval cartouche back, 51cm high

A Pair of Bergman Bronze Figures of Arab Boys, early 20th century, both recumbent, one smoking a pipe, the other warming coffee over a brazier, stamped Bergman Geschutzt and one numbered 3065, 18.5cm and 14cm long

A Staunton Ivory Chess Set, Jaques, 19th century, in red stained and natural ivory, stamped Jaques London, kings 7.5cm high, in Cartonpierre velvet lined papier mâché box with paper label

After Giuseppe Ferrari: A Large Bronze Figure Group of a Bedouin Riding a Camel, carrying a nude maiden, signed G Ferrari, 55cm wide

Condition Report: Some ink marks inside the bottom drawer, fall front and interior of bureau. Dirty/marked around the handles. General wear. 151111

A Pair of Carved Limewood Panels, 19th century, in the manner of Johann Kirchmeyer, depicting a climber above a stranded girl and a climber being attacked by an eagle, 21cm by 17cm, framed and glazed

A Scrimshaw Ostrich Egg, dated 1849, engraved with a portrait of HMS Queen, 15cm high, later turned wood stand

A 1960’s Danish Rosewood Rectangular Coffee Table, on four circular legs joined by stretchers, labelled CFC MADE IN DENMARK FURNITURE MAKERS DANISH CONTROL SILKEBORG, 133cm by 59cm, 41cm With CITES A10 (non-transferable) licence no.526357/01

A Swiss “Black Forest” Carved Wood Group, late 19th/early 20th century, of a herdsman with a horn and staff standing beside an Ibex and her kid on a rocky moulded base and shaped rectangular plinth, 43cm high

An Art Nouveau Shapland & Petter Ltd of Barnstable Mahogany Writing Bureau, the top section with raised upstand above open compartments, above a fall front with lacquered copper hinges and central plaque moto WORDS ARE LIKE LEAVES AND WHERE THEY MOST ABOUND MUCH FRUIT OF SENSE BENEATH IS RARELY FOUND, opening to reveal a fitted interior, the base with slides and a drawer, on four capped square section legs joined by an H stretcher, drawer lock stamped S & P B, design number R1529, 97cm wide, 43cm deep, 159cm high Literature: Bennett (Daryl) Shapland & Petter Ltd of Barnstaple Arts & Crafts Furniture, front cover.

A 1970’s Merrow Associates Rosewood Coffee Table, with inset square glass top above a rosewood veneered undertier in a flat chrome frame, unmarked, 83.5cm by 86cm, 40cm high With CITES A10 (non-transferable) licence no.526342/01

A French Gilt Metal Mounted Kingwood Glove Box and Hinged Cover, 19th century, of rectangular form, with cast ovolo borders and scroll feet, the lockplate inscribed Maison Delafolie, 17.5cm wide

Viewing: Sunday 20 July 11am-4pm; Monday 21 – Thursday 24 July 9am-4pmLive bidding available at www.the-saleroom.comPlease note: there will be two sales running concurrently on Saturday 26 JulyDay 1: Lots 1-500 (Saleroom 1, 10am)Day 2: Lots 501-917 (Saleroom 2, 10am); Lots 920-1236 (Saleroom 1, 10am)

Tennants Auctioneers An Art Deco Heal’s Limed Oak Bureau