A satinwood, mahogany, sycamore and marquetry and parcel gilt secretaire cabinet reconstructed from an important cabinet by Seddon, Son & Shackleton of 1793 reputedly for Charles IV of Spain, the panels possibly by William Hamilton R.A Inlaid with boxwood and ebonised lines, the upper section with pierced gilt metal fret and white marble pilasters, above a bowed central drawer and door painted with a vase of flowers,

A satinwood, mahogany, sycamore and marquetry and parcel gilt secretaire cabinet reconstructed from an important cabinet by Seddon, Son & Shackleton of 1793 reputedly for Charles IV of Spain, the panels possibly by William Hamilton R.A Inlaid with boxwood and ebonised lines, the upper section with pierced gilt metal fret and white marble pilasters, above a bowed central drawer and door painted with a vase of flowers,

Armchair, Maker: John and Joseph W. Meeks (active ca. 1836–59) Date: ca. 1850 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Mahogany

Armchair, Maker: John and Joseph W. Meeks (active ca. 1836–59) Date: ca. 1850 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Mahogany

The Malling-Hansen writing ball was the world’s first commercially produced typewriter, and it was sold world wide. For his invention, Malling-Hansen received the First Price medals at the Scandinavian Art, Agricultural and Industrial Exhibitions in Copenhagen in 1872 and 1888, at the World Exhibitions in Vienna in 1873 and Paris in 1878 and at the Philadelpia Centennial in 1876. It was also exhibited on the first annual Kensington Exhibition in London in 1871.

The Malling-Hansen writing ball was the world’s first commercially produced typewriter, and it was sold world wide. For his invention, Malling-Hansen received the First Price medals at the Scandinavian Art, Agricultural and Industrial Exhibitions in Copenhagen in 1872 and 1888, at the World Exhibitions in Vienna in 1873 and Paris in 1878 and at the Philadelpia Centennial in 1876. It was also exhibited on the first annual Kensington Exhibition in London in 1871.

Morgan & Sanders 19th Century English Mahogany Campaign Chair-Bed 2

19th C English Regency Mahogany Campaign Bed by Morgan & Sanders

Morgan & Sanders 19th Century English Mahogany Campaign Chair-Bed 2

Originally designed for the storage of herbs and spices to stand on a table top, an expensive commodity of the time. Moulded cornice, below a moulded panel cupboard door having an interior of drawers and central pigeon hole for the mortar and pestle. The cabinet also has a long drawer to the base . Good original condition and good colour.

Originally designed for the storage of herbs and spices to stand on a table top, an expensive commodity of the time. Moulded cornice, below a moulded panel cupboard door having an interior of drawers and central pigeon hole for the mortar and pestle. The cabinet also has a long drawer to the base . Good original condition and good colour.

Early George III Period Mahogany Architect's Desk originating from England (second half of the 18th Century). A brilliant design to showcase rare books or documents.

George III Mahogany Architect's Desk, England ca. 1760

Early George III Period Mahogany Architect's Desk originating from England (second half of the 18th Century). A brilliant design to showcase rare books or documents.

Originally designed for the storage of herbs and spices to stand on a table top, an expensive commodity of the time. Moulded cornice, below a moulded panel cupboard door having an interior of drawers and central pigeon hole for the mortar and pestle. The cabinet also has a long drawer to the base . Good original condition and good colour.

Originally designed for the storage of herbs and spices to stand on a table top, an expensive commodity of the time. Moulded cornice, below a moulded panel cupboard door having an interior of drawers and central pigeon hole for the mortar and pestle. The cabinet also has a long drawer to the base . Good original condition and good colour.

A satinwood, mahogany, sycamore and marquetry and parcel gilt secretaire cabinet reconstructed from an important cabinet by Seddon, Son & Shackleton of 1793 reputedly for Charles IV of Spain, the panels possibly by William Hamilton R.A Inlaid with boxwood and ebonised lines, the upper section with pierced gilt metal fret and white marble pilasters, above a bowed central drawer and door painted with a vase of flowers

A satinwood, mahogany, sycamore and marquetry and parcel gilt secretaire cabinet reconstructed from an important cabinet by Seddon, Son & Shackleton of 1793 reputedly for Charles IV of Spain, the panels possibly by William Hamilton R.A Inlaid with boxwood and ebonised lines, the upper section with pierced gilt metal fret and white marble pilasters, above a bowed central drawer and door painted with a vase of flowers

Tiffany Studios A RARE "TURTLE-BACK" INKSTAND  SOLD. 62,500 USD

Tiffany Studios A RARE "TURTLE-BACK" INKSTAND SOLD. 62,500 USD

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