Stock in the Regency Category

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1915/18: John LEIGH-PEMBERTON: a fine OIL PAINTING on artists board entitled: "The Regency Period". Well painted, with faithful attention to detail, this is one of a series of paintings commissioned by Whitbreads Brewery to hang in their original boardroom. It portrays a typical scene outside a Public House showing the fashions and pastimes of the Regency period (1820-1836). Signed and dated 1950. *John Leigh-Pemberton, born in 1911, was brother of the Governor of the Bank of England and both a fine artist and illustrator. Educated at Eton and a Flying Instructor in the Second World War, he designed the interiors of a number of ocean-going liners and illustrated the famous "Shell Guide" series. c.1950

object, Oil, painting, Regency

£1150

1914/18: A good quality early 19th century Regency period WALL CLOCK in perfect working order. Of typical Regency octagonal shape, the rosewood veneered case is inlaid with panels of brass scrollwork, whilst the fusee movement is of eight-day duration and retains its original brass pendulum. The convex dial is original as is the convex glass which is set within its cast brass bezel. Signbed: John Parks of Prescott. 15ins wide; 6ins deep. (38 x 15cms) *Jonathan Parks of Prescott (Lancs) is recorded as working their from 1819-1824. c.1820

brass, clock, Regency, Wall

£1150

1898/18: A very large and important early 19th century Regency period CONVEX MIRROR in excellent condition and retaining its original water gilding. Surmounted by a carved and gilded eagle, perched on a rocky outcrop with acanthus leaves to either side, the large original mirror plate is framed by a reeded ebonised slip frame and the close-ball concave border. To either side are candle-holders with hanging cut-glass drops whilst to the base is the carved and gilded acanthus leaf 'collar'. A stunning and very impressive mirror. 50ins (127cms) tall; 28ins (71.25cms) wide excluding the candleholders. c.1815

conex, furniture, mirror, Regency

£3950

1888/18: Thomas Noble, BATH: a handsome early /mid 19th century drop dial WALL CLOCK in full working order. The mahogany case has a narrow dial surround, with a well-figured "cushion-based" trunk veneered in finely figured "flame" mahogany flanked by carved 'ears'. The eight-day fusee movement has shaped plates and the original long pendulum, whilst the 13-inch diameter convex dial is original as are the blued steel hands, with the convex front door glass contained within its cast brass bezel. Guaranteed (as are all our clocks) for at least two years. 25ins deep; 15.5ins wide;6.5ins deep. (63.5x39x16.5cms) c.1830

Bath, clock, Regency, Wall

£1250

1869/18: JAMES McCABE of LONDON: a fine Regency period brass-inlaid mahogany BRACKET CLOCK in full working order. The brass-inlaid mahogany case, features pretty 'basket of flowers' brass handles above the "fish-scale" fretted side panels and it is raised on cast brass ball feet. The 8-day movement strikes & repeats hours on a bell. The precision pendulum is original; the backplate is engraved with the maker's name. and the convex painted dial with "Strike/Silent" control, is also original. * James McCabe, a well-known and highly regarded watch and clockmaker, worked in London from around 1790 until circa 1860. c.1830

bracket, clock, McCabe, Regency

£3950

876/15: A fine quality and very decorative early 19th century gilded CONVEX MIRROR in good condition. Surmounted by a carved and gilded eagle perched upon a central shell motif and flanked by carved gilded acanthus leaves, the convex mirror is set within the deeply moulded concave frame, with Vitruvian scroll decoration to the outside edge and an inner ebonised slip frame. Below are the original gilt hinged candle-holders, set to a central tablet with 'grill' decoration and with the original cut glass candle sconces. Overall height 43ins (109cms) c.1810

convex, furniture, giltwood, mirror, object, Regency

£2450