The Fine Furniture, Tapestries, Ceramics, Clocks, silver and Carpets sale taking place at Sotheby's on 27th April 2010 in London comprises a wide selection of English and European works of art dating from the sixteenth century to the twentieth century, representing most artistic periods including the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassicism. Highlights of the tapestries and European furniture in the sale include lot 6, a set of nine 18th century 'flame-stitch' wall panels, est.£15,000-20,000, larger pieces include lot 20, a Brussels tapestry from the Story of Pastor Fido, est. £20,000-30,000 as well as other landscape tapestries of various sizes. Lot 40 is a rare silver mounted wall mirror circa 1760 probably by Carlo Frezza, est. £20,000-30,000, lot 57, an Italian Venetian lacquered credenza, mid 18th century, est. £35,000-50,000, lot 151, a pair of French commodes, late 19th century after a celebrated model by Jean-Henri Riesener, est. £40,000-60,000 and lot 152, an Italian marquetry centre table by Francesco Grandi, circa 1880, est. £40,000-60,000. Of the ceramics, highlights include lot 166 a Böttger silver-mounted tankard, circa 1720, est. £25,000-30,000 and lot 176, a set of Meissen `Brocaded Imari pattern plates, circa 1740, est. £70,000-90,000. with an original provenance of Count Giovanni Battista Gilberti of Milan. Clocks include lot 214, a walnut musical longcase clock by John Meredith, London, circa 1750, est. £15,000-20,000, lot 218, an enamel and ormolu mantel clock by Gaston Joly, Paris, circa 1790, est. £45,000-55,000, lot 220 a rare Louis XV bronze and ormolu elephant mantel clock by Joachim Bailly, Paris, circa 1750, est. £50,000-60,000. Highlighted carpets include lot 224 an Oushak carpet, circa 1900, est. £3000-4000. Major silver lots include lot 248, a pair of silver strawberry dishes by Paul de Lamerie, London 1729, est. £25,000-35,000, lot 265 a George III silver soup tureen, probably by Fredrick Kandler, 1776, engraved with the arms of the Earls of Sandwich, est. £25,000-35,000, and lot 278 a pair of silver wine coolers by D.Scott and B. Smith, London, 1806, est. £30,000-50,000. Notable English furniture includes a pair of George III mahogany armchairs, circa 1750, est. £12,000-18,000, lot 404, a George III paktong fender, est. £7000-10,000, lot 409, a George III mahogany wine cooler attributed to Thomas Chippendale, circa 1770, est. £15,000-20,000 and lot 415, a set of twelve George III painted chairs, circa 1775.