A French Louis XVI-style gilt brass triptych fire screen,
late 19th/early 20th century, of scrolling rococo shape, the central panel with courting birds, on scrolling foliate feet,
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Sold for £980
General surface wear, scratches and discolouration, some areas of mesh misshapen.
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Auction: Fine Interiors - Two Day Sale - Live Online, Wed, 23rd Sep 2020
Sworders’ September Fine Interiors Sale comprises over eight hundred lots of furniture, paintings, works of art and silver, to include the Principal Contents of an East-Anglian Country Estate, the Trevor Barton Collection of Pipes, and an assortment of fine French furniture, objets d’art and clocks. Be sure to follow Sworders Fine Interiors on Instagram for sneak previews, highlights and interior design inspiration!
VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT
Due to current social distancing restrictions, we will be offering viewing by appointment only.
One hour time slots will be available from:
Friday 18 September, 9am - 5pm
Saturday 19 September, 10am - 4pm
Sunday 20 September, 10am - 4pm
Monday 21 September, 9am - 5pm
Removal of Lots
All lots should be removed by 5pm on Friday 2 October 2020.
Furniture and carpet lots remaining after this date will be removed to: Perry Removals, Chapel End, Broxted, Essex CM6 2BW. Removal will be at a cost of £20 +VAT per lot and storage will be charged at £2 +VAT per lot, per day.
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