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OUR LATEST ACQUISITION:-
'Charles Bind' 19thc ENGRAVING St Mary-Le-Port Street Bristol - Exhibition Frame
This is a highly exciting Period 19th Century Hand Coloured Engraving by:
The substantial piece is mounted in a truly outstanding quality secondary 19th Century Exhibition frame which is made from Solid mahogany with a fitted interior of plush Regency red Velvet.
The work is signed in pencil 'Charles Bind' lower right corner and also retains the Engravers monogram which reads:
9 CB O (The CB being circled)
The original Gold leaf inner frame is of the highest quality, testament to the fact that this engraving has been highly prized during its entire 140 years + history.
The Inner gilt frame is also black stencil titled:-
'St Mary-Le-Port Street, Bristol'.
The attention to detail through the engraving is magnificent.
We do not profess to be experts in the world of engravings, but one can see from these images that this example is most definitely a little bit special.
In fact, due to the piece being mounted behind glass it was challenging to photograph it properly, and the images, therefore, do not do the piece justice as it is 50 times better in the flesh!
For further information regarding condition, shipping, returns, and payment please read below.
Titled within the Inner Slip:
'St Mary-Le-Hope Street, Bristol'
Hand Coloured Engraving
Signed by the Engraver:
Monogrammed right bottom corner:
'9 CB O'
A beautiful furnishing picture will be the main talking point of any room in which you choose to hang it.
Artsonline was founded by Aaron Selby, who began life in the world of Fine Art & Antiques over 25 years ago as an avid collector of Original Paintings and Period Furniture. Back then, his collection and passion grew so large, that he eventually had to sell one piece to replace it for another, as he just did not have enough room in the house to continue amassing his collection further.
Aaron soon realised that his love and passion of all things Art & Antiques was never going to go away, and so, forward 20 years on, and Aaron now operates a quality globally recognised on-line Fine Art & Antique shop, specialising in the sale of original and authentic works of Fine Art and Antique furniture Pieces.
Artsonline sell only original, genuine pieces unless it is otherwise stated in the advert listing as a reproduction!
Some of the rare and fabulous pieces sold include original paintings by great artists such as 'Charles Spencelayh', 'Sir Thomas Lawrence', 'George Morland', and 'Willem De-Kooning' to name but a few.
Catering for all budgets, Artsonline sells pieces from £65 to £45000, so whatever you are looking to acquire, you can be sure that Artsonline will probably have something that's just right for you!
We are currently offering some 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th Century Fine-Art and Antique furniture pieces, so enjoy browsing our latest stock, and remember to save our shop as we are acquiring new pieces weekly.
Great care and much time are taken over the safe transportation of the Fine Art & Antique pieces we sell. We pack extremely carefully, so you can be confident that your new purchase will arrive with you in the exact condition that it left our premises.
Artsonline offers a more than fair ''No Quibble'' money back refund policy.
The Law covering the Distance selling regulations for online buyers states that a business seller must offer buyers a full refund within 14 days of their purchase, but we, however, have gone one step further, by offering our buyers a full ''No Quibble'' 21 day money back refund guarantee (excluding the cost of Postage & Packaging).
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We have a friendly & professional team on hand who are here to help you with any queries you may have.
Our full Business contact details can be found at the bottom left corner of any advert listing, so it will be a pleasure to speak with you directly!
We accept all major credit/debit cards, PayPal or Bank transfer (BACS).
If you are paying by credit/debit card, you may rest assured that your details are never stored.
We adhere strictly to the latest Data Protection Laws and we destroy all sensitive financial/personal information in line with the Data Protection policy.
Payment to be made within 24 hours of purchase unless otherwise agreed by prior arrangement.
Additional Payment-installment Terms
We are very aware that not all of our customers are in a position to pay the entire sale price upfront.
Therefore, all of our Fine Art & Antique pieces are available to buy across two monthly instalments.
Any customer wishing to utilise this payment method should drop us an email and once the total sale price and payment timetable have been agreed, the Fine Art / Antique piece will be removed from sale and will be reserved for the customer.
Payment instalments will incur no interest. The Fine Art & Antique pieces will be dispatched to customers only once the total balance has been paid in full.
Interested in purchasing more than one piece from us?
If so, drop us an email and receive some superb discounted offers for your 2nd, 3rd, 4th.......purchases
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Our Fine Art Listing Terminology & Qualifiers
When a listing's heading reads ''by'' and is followed by the artist's full name (or the artist's initials, if his full name is unrecorded), the work is in our opinion by the artist.
When the term ''signed by'' is used, in our opinion the work has been signed by the artist.
When the expression "attributed to" is used, the work is in our opinion possibly a work by the artist, in whole or in part.
When the expression ''circle of'' is used, the work is in our opinion a work of the period of the artist and showing his influence.
When the expression ''follower of'' is used, the work is in our opinion a work executed in the artist's style but not necessarily by a pupil.
When the expression ''manner of'' is used, the work is in our opinion a work executed in the artist's style but of a later date.
When the term "after" is used, the work is in our opinion a copy or imitation (of any date) of a work by the artist.
When the term ''bears signature'' is used in our opinion the signature is by a hand other than that of the artist.
Thank you for looking, we hope to see you again soon.