Fine Interiors | Gift Guide

Need some gift giving inspiration for this Christmas? Take a look at these lots from our Fine Interiors Auction...


Need some gift giving inspiration for this Christmas? Take a look at these unique and delightful lots from our Fine Interiors Auction, there is sure to be something for everyone...

 

The Wine Lover 

Lot 655 - A French wrought iron wall-mounted wine store, 18th/19th century, possibly Bordeaux

Estimate £400-600

 

The Bookworm

Lot 713 - A Regency black lacquered and gilt chinoiserie waterfall bookcase,
decorated with trees, pagodas and figures in boats, with three shelves above a base drawer and raised on bracket feet

Estimate £800-1,200

 

The Dog Lover

Lot 455 - Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE (1862-1942) 'THE OLD HOUND' (PORTRAIT OF THE HEAD OF A DEERHOUND, SIDE-FACE) Original etching on vellum, signed artist's proof, edition of 300

Estimate £250-350

 

The Train Spotter

Lot 603 -  A 5in gauge live steam model of the Britannia Class 4-6-2 Pacific locomotive and tender 'Boadicea' no.70036

Estimate £8,000-12,000

 

The Equestrian

Lot 57 - A silvered trophy in the form of a horse head, by G S, Sheffield 1999

Estimate £300-350

 

The Musician

Lot 214 - A Gebruder Alexander of Mainz French horn

Estimate £1,500-2,500

 

The Gardener

Lot 940 - A pair of cast iron urns, 19th century, possibly The Handyside Foundry

Estimate £500-800

 

The Globetrotter

Lot 903 - A large leather and studded travelling trunk, c.1920, set with brass hasps, the interior with a lift-out tray and labelled with a three elephant head logo

Estimate £300-500

 

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