A six-panel embellished black lacquer screen, 20th century, (6), each panel applied in bone and ivory with three polychrome painted mythical figures, supported on cloud scrolls and carrying various attributes, the black lacquer ground painted and gilt with
A Victorian red and gilt painted oval lacquer tray, by William S Burton 39 Oxford Street, 2 & 3 Newman Street & Perry Place, London and registration stamp for 25th November 1867, on a later base forming an occasional table, 49 cm high, 77 cm wide,
A French japonisme ebonised cabinet, circa 1890, having a pierced gallery to the back, two doors with finely incised doors inset with lacquered burr elm panels depicting storks amongst rushes, opening to reveal a scarlet lacquered interior, over a full wid
A Chinoiserie style lacquered cabinet on stand 20th century the upper section, with two doors, painted sans traverse with figures in a mountainous landscape, on a pale green ground, with cast metal capped corners and mounts, raised on a separate foliate ca
A nest of three Chinoiserie black lacquered occasional tables 19th century rectangular, each painted in red and gilt with pagodas, ho ho birds and cherry trees, above turned supports with a bowed stretcher, the largest 42.5 x 71.5 x 27.5 cm
A Louis XV style tulipwood table coiffeuse, circa 1890 the central hinged top raising on a ratchet mechanism to create a reading slope, flanked by lids opening to reveal shaped wells, with a frieze drawer, the upper section lifting off to form a separate t
A Victorian Chinoiserie black and gilt lacquer games table, circa 1850 having a rotating fold over top opening to reveal a red beize lined interior, single frieze drawer, supported on two turned columns terminating in a platform base on scrolling feet 75 c
A George III chinoiserie hanging corner cabinet, bow form, the two panelled doors with traditional highly decorative landscape with florals, birds and butterflies, enclosing a red lacquer interior with three fitted shelves, decorative shaped and engraved b
Eight panel black lacquer coromandel screen, late 19th/early 20th century, the front depicting maidens and other figures in lakeside and garden pavilions within a border of sinuous dragons, a freize of precious objects below
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