Fine & Important European Furniture Sale Highlights

Superb prices achieved for Dawsons' clients


Dawsons recent Fine & Important Furniture, Fine Arts & Antiques sale achieved some truly splendid results for our clients. The auction was screened live across the globe and bidding was fierce from all corners of the world.

Amongst the highlights were some wonderful items, and we have selected just a few for your delectation.


Lot 305. Attributed to Town & Emanuel, a William IV brass inlaid figured rosewood kneehole writing table. Sold £10,000


Lot 13. Tristram Hillier RA (1905-1983), a still life study, 'Apples & Peaches with a Tin Jug'. Sold £12,500


Lot 301. A pair of George IV rosewood and brass inlaid library bergeres, c1825. By Banting, France & Co. Sold £13,500


Lot 183. An extensive Chinese export porcelain dinner service, Qing, late 18th/early 19th century. Sold £5,600


Lot 307. Attributed to Nicholas Sageot (1666-1731) an important red Boule and engraved brass contre partie marquetry bureau Mazarin, Louis XIV late 17th early 18th century. Sold £42,000


Lot 78. Charles Oakley (1925-2008) British, 'Fortune Telling'. Sold £5,800


Lot 487. Namiki: Oriental fans Maki-e fountain pen and propelling pencil set, in original Asprey leather case and nib, circa 1925. Sold £3,500


Our team of experts at Dawsons are always happy to provide a free verbal appraisal and auction valuation; regularly consigning many wonderful items to our monthly Fine Art, Antiques & Asian Art sale.

We can also provide insurance valuations, where required.

Please do get in touch, should you any Fine Art, Antiques, or Asian Art that you are keen to have valued.

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