Furniture

The furniture offered up for auction at Fieldings is an incredibly wide and diverse range from five centuries of cabinet making. With oak and walnut coffers, chairs and writing desks from the Carolean, Jacobean and Queen Anne reigns, through to mahogany and rosewood of the Georgian, William IV, Victorian and Edwardian eras. This coupled with the exciting range of 20th Century designed items that appear in the bi-annual Decades of Design sales, there is truly a piece of furniture to suit all needs and tastes. Read more

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Most recent auction

The September Sale Including Back to the Future : Thursday 16 September 2021

Lot 651

SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS (1723-1792) AND STUDIO - Portrait of a lady, said to be Miss Morris, later Mrs.…

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Lot 651

Lot 1124

An early 21st Century contemporary mahogany replica of a 'Jupe' radial extending circular dining…

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Lot 1124

Lot 1119

A pair of late Regency period mahogany and brass line inlaid fold-over card tables of rounded…

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Lot 1119

Lot 26

A Royal Worcester Fallen Fruits shaped oval dish decorated by Ayrton with hand painted peaches and…

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Lot 26

Lot 102

A Royal Worcester Fallen Fruits shape 2826 vase and cover decorated in the round by R. Lewis with…

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Lot 102

Lot 82

An early 20th Century Royal Worcester shape 1572 vase and cover panel decorated by John Stinton with…

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Lot 82

Lot 106

A Royal Worcester Fallen Fruits scallop edge dish with moulded shell handle decorated by Ayrton with…

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Lot 106

Lot 774

A copy of Savrola by Winston Churchill, 1915, published by Hodder & Stoughtons, signed by the author…

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Lot 774

Lot 479

A 19th Century graduated single row of coral beads comprising seventy beads terminating in coral…

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Lot 479

Lot 86

A cased set of twelve early 20th Century Haviland & Co Limoges coffee cups and saucers each…

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Lot 86

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Fieldings house furniture record - a Mid 19th Century Grand Tour circular marble specimen table by London Maker George I Morant C1840, sourced locally in the West Midlands.

Andy's most memorable find - a late Medieval and early 18th Century constructed oak press cupboard.

Andy’s dream find – a Model 901 desk, designed in 1959 by Bodil Kjaer for E. Pedersen & Son, Denmark.

A mid 19th Century carved walnut library table, sold £6,200

Edward Barnsley - An oak bookcase circa 1924, sold £9,000

Ernest Race - An early iron framed DA1 wing back arm chair circa 1950, sold £980

Edward Barnsley - An oak fall front bureau circa 1924, sold £3,700

Guy Rogers Ltd - A 'Frisco Bay' teak framed three piece lounge suite, sold £920

Liberty & Co - An oak combination drinks cabinet and bookcase, sold £1,900

In the manner of Jean Favre - An ash veneered bedroom suite, sold £1,850

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