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Marked C C; (7) cut crystal geometric pattern inserts with fixed sterling tops; base is plain with gadroon top edge, wood bottom; normal wear; H-9 1/2", G-VG

$1305 bids

Lot of 60 Pieces of Salem China Co. Olde Staffordshire English Village Dinnerware Set. Includes (1) 12" Platter, (1) 8.5" Vegetable Bowl, (8) 10" Dinner Plates, (8) 8" Salad Plates, (8) 6.5" Bread Pla

$2754 bids

English silverplate venison dish with covered dome, late 19th c., lobed dome with top handle, seated on a well-and-tree platter with hot water reservoir, turned handles, rising on scroll feet, tray en


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English School: Sheep: A PairTwo oil on canvas, 1824, both signed 'T. Weaver' and dated lower left and inscribed '5 Shear Bred by M. Freestone' lower right.Both 19 x 24 in., 24 x 29 in. (frame).Iona A

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VINCENT CLARE (English 1855-1930) A PAINTING, "Bird's Nest with Green Eggs and Flowers," CIRCA 1885, oil on canvas, signed L/R, "Vincent Clare," with gallery card on reverse. 10" x 8" Note: In a Swedi

$803 bids

This is the longest running pattern by Copeland Spode adapted from 17th century paintings. This pattern was introduced in 1816 and is still active today. These plates appear to be the old version wi

$3002 bids

English, late 19th / early 20th century. Chippendale style Mahogany standing wall shelf or store display. Charles Angell Antiques, 34 Milsom Street Bath plaque to back. Approx h. 79.5", w. 65", d. 10"


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English School: At Gatton, Surry: Two Renderings; and Domed Architectural RenderingThree ink on paper, unsigned, Gatton titled lower right.Two 17 1/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight), 26 1/4 x 36 1/4 in. (framed

$3502 bids

English, first quarter 19th century. Regency era rosewood library table, having a solid top and supports, veneered apron and legs, trestle base with spreading supports, the turned stretcher and bun f


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An English Carved Oak and Elm Panel-Back Armchair17th CenturyHeight 44 1/4 inches.Property from the Estate of Paul Thomas Griffith, Dayton, Ohio

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VINCENT CLARE (English 1855-1930) A PAINTING, "Summer Apples, Plums and Grapes," oil on canvas, signed L/R, "Vincent Clare." 6" x 9" Provenance: Private Houston Collector, 1998; Leonard Joel, Melbourn

$902 bids

English Mason's Ironstone oval service platter, mid to late 19th c., in the Imari palette, scalloped rim, featuring floral vase, foliates, and bird border, approx 21"l, 16.25"w, 8.5lbs **Provenance: F

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$702 bids

Pair of English Sheffield Plate Bottle Coasters, c.1810, circular gadrooned forms with turned mahogany bases, from the Marshall Field & Co. Antique Silver Collection. Dimensions: 5.75 in. dia. C

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An English Mother-of-Pearl Handled Flatware Service. Mother-of-pearl handles with silverplate collars. Service comprises twelve dinner forks, twelve dinner knives, twelve luncheon forks, eleven lunche

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English, late 18th to early 19th century. George III mahogany tilt-top tea table, having a fluted pedestal with twisted vasi-form base, and rising on three cabriole legs. Inscribed "Parker" or "Park"


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$2001 bid

English School: Three DogsOil on panel, indistinctly signed lower right.5 x 7 in., 14 1/2 x 16 1/4 in. (frame).


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English School: Portrait of a Cavalier King Charles SpanielOil on canvas, indistinctly signed lower left, lined.14 x 20 in., 19 x 25 in. (frame).Property from the Collection of Niall Smith

$2001 bid

English Georgian style mahogany secretary bookcase, early 20th c., molded cornice, two mullion-faced glazed doors, fall-front drawer, inset leather writing surface, fitted interior gallery, exterior d

$752 bids

Antique English walnut wooden hinged tea caddy box. Rectangular case with inlaid veneer featuring various woods and a diamond pattern. Opening to view two boxes, each with lid and remnants of original


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English Antique

There is a huge variety of antique treasures and unique masterpieces that are desirable because of their English origin. From decorative objects, porcelain figures, hand-decorated plates, kitchenware to outstanding paintings and antique English oak furniture from the 18th century, perfect for showing off. What makes English furniture truly remarkable is the wood, often used oak and pine. This gives a beautiful texture, durability and color to the furniture produced in England. The mild and moist climate of England is ideal for the abundance of oak and pine trees. If you want to add a warm and inviting touch to your home interior, English vintage furniture from pine wood is a perfect choice. No matter the style of your house, this kind of decoration goes perfectly with minimal, rustic, farmhouse, and modern style interiors. Especially if you invest in old, v