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Important Regency Mahogany Partners Writing Table in the Manner of George Smith from Loveday Antiques

A highly Important early English Regency antique period mahogany ebonised and parcel gilt partners writing table on monopodia legs of exceptional quality and design in the manner of George Smith


$47,001 €41,347

George Smith - Portrait of a Young Man, 1839 from Roger Stretch Antiques

Graphite and watercolour heightened with white on paper laid on board Signed and dated George Smith del 1839 There is some slight evidence that this may in fact be


Regency Period Mahogany Hall Chair - George Smith from Songbird Antiques

Regency antique period mahogany hall chair the design attributed to George Smith with carved acanthus back turned front legsA similar example is illustrated in Edward Joy Pictorial Dictionary of


$509 €447

Antique Solid Silver George III 3-Part Wine Funnel from The Silver Cabinet

This solid sterling silver wine funnel is in excellent condition It is clearly hallmarked for London 1790 with the makers mark of George Smith II The strainer has a few


$676 €595

Georgian Silver Fish Slice Server Crossley & Smith IV from The Fancy Fox

Attractive Georgian silver fish slice server in the fiddle and thread pattern by fine quality silver makers Richard Crossley and George Smith IV Stylish diamond grill pierced detail to the


$341 €300

Regency Mahogany Library Chair from Salisbury Antiques

A Regency mahogany library chair upholstered in Burgundy red leather in the manner of George Smithbr 105cm 413in - Highbr 74cm 291in - Widebr 77cm 303in - Deep

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Two Matching 18th Century Silver Sauce Ladles 1783 from Carse Antiques

Two very similar matching Sterling silver sauce ladles by GEORGE SMITH of LONDON 1783 Same design to both ladles with exactly the same makers stamp and assay marks They are

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PAIR GEORGIAN SILVER TABLE SPOONS c.1796 from Wentworth Silver

A good pair of 18th century sterling silver serving spoons made by George Smith and Thomas Hayter Hallmarks for London 1796 These lovely spoons are made with a good gauge

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