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Cheffins auctions offer an incredible selection of furniture and rugs to suit every type of interior from country house to minimalist space.
The selection of antique furniture, carpets and rugs offered at our sales suits every style of interior from country houses to cottages to contemporary accommodation.
Our antique furniture auctions regularly feature fine furniture from early oak through the age of walnut to the best of Georgian, Regency and Victorian cabinet making. Antique furniture has the additional benefit of having incredibly 'green' credentials, making it a truly sound purchase for those with an environmental conscience. Our team of specialists can help with all antique furniture valuations and sales whether it's entire house contents or just selected pieces.
Rugs and carpets add vital texture and colour to a room and our wide selection of oriental rugs and antique carpets, which pay homage to the beauty of their country of origin, can be found at our Fine, Interiors and Art & Design sales.
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View a selection of items sold at recent Cheffins Fine Art auctions.
A large three seater Howard & Sons sofa,
A pair of painted and gilded satinwood cabinets, in the manner of Robert Adam, early 19th century,
An unusual Kirman 'Ravar' carpet, circa 1870/1880,
A pair of early George III mahogany library open armchairs,
A fine mahogany sideboard table, in the manner of Thomas Hope, circa 1810,
A George III carved giltwood border glass mirror, circa 1770,
A pair of George III mahogany Gainsborough open armchairs,
An Empire mahogany cylinder bureau and clock cabinet,
A Regency rosewood library drum table of small proportions,
A lead water cistern, early 18th century,
An Italian walnut trestle table, late 17th century,
A Louis XV tulipwood and marquetry secretaire cabinet,
A pair of yew and mahogany gothic Windsor armchairs, mid 18th century,
A George III green lacquer and faux bamboo Pembroke table, decorated with chinoiseries, with pierced
An Irish George III mahogany rectangular side table, with a simulated marble top, the plain frieze
A mid-18th century German Altona Padouk and parcel gilt bombe secretaire-cabinet, the upper part
As a series of paintings by German artist, Anna Mayerson (1906 – 1984), go under the hammer, Brett Tryner looks closer at the work of this somewhat forgotten talent.
Op-Art, short for Optical Art, was a development of painting in the 1960s which created optical effects. Martin Millard gives us five key facts about the genre.
Ercol furniture, which spent many decades in the doldrums, is making a comeback, Martin Millard explains the renaissance of the King of British mid-century design.
As the much-awaited feature film ‘The Colour Room’ is set to hit our screens on 12th November, Martin Millard delves deeper into the market for Clarice Cliff ceramics
The letter will be available as part of The Library Sale on 21st October.