Tom Robertson - A.H. McIntosh of Kircaldy - A part 1960s rosewood veneered 'Dunvegan' dining suite, circa 1968, comprising sideboard fitted with a central double door cupboard flanked by a drinks cabinet to one side with pull out serving slide and a bank of three drawers to the other, raised to tapered legs, complete with conforming dining table with double fold-over central leaf extensions, both bearing A.H. McIntosh labels, together with six associated mahogany rail back dining chairs. (8) Article 10 Transaction Licence in place. N.B. The chairs in this lot are offered for sale as works of art. They may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling.
Nicholas Davies - Director
Silver, Jewellery and Militaria
Over the last 30 years Nick has been involved within the Antique Trade. Founding Fieldings in 2001 the company has grown into a major provincial auction house. Nick has seen a wide variety of items during his career from a South Africa Rorke’s Drift Medal, which sold for £39,500 to the iconic Athena tennis dress and racket purchased by Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club from Fieldings in 2015.