The Emperor’s Table | A magnificent 18th century George III dining table with 12 Chippendale style carved chairs, a 36 branch St Louis crystal chandelier and an elegant Sevres dinner service made for Emperor Napoleon I, silver candelabra by Odiot, a service of antique cutlery and an impressive mirror and silver-plate plateau centrepiece
The Emperor’s Table
A magnificent 18th century George III dining table with 12 Chippendale style carved chairs, a 36 branch St Louis crystal chandelier and an elegant Sevres dinner service made for Emperor Napoleon I, silver candelabra by Odiot, a service of antique cutlery and an impressive mirror and silver-plate plateau centrepiece
of hard-paste porcelain with a decorative hand painted floral design of rose peonies and leaf garlands, the service consists of 30 plates; two large footed circular comports decorated to the outside; four smaller footed bowls decorated to the inside, with two small oval tureens with covers and stands
A magnificent George III (c.1790) mahogany 4 pedestal Dining Table by Gillow & Co. of Lancaster and London with 12 generously proportioned carved mahogany chairs in the Chippendale style (Provenance: Aynhoe Park)
A 36 branch St Louis Crystal Chandelier, with a gilded frame on 3 tiers, dressed with strands of crystal pendants and shades with gilded and engraved details
An impressive Silver-plate and gilt three-piece mirrored plateau with centrepiece and two comports
Sterling silver rococo style candelabra by Odiot
Antique mother-of-pearl cutlery and an exquisite set of 36 Moser drinking glasses
a pair of oval sugar bowls, covers and stands: the stands are inscribed '2000 for Vincent', the other stand with '2...', the sugar bowls are in general good condition with only slight wear to gilding.
two large footed circular bowls, 29cm. diameter: in iron red to one bowl, the other bowl with 2000 in blue, both in good order but with some spotting to the glaze and rubbing to a section of the gilt rim of the blue marked example.
four comports, 21.4cm. wide: Sevres marks in purple and iron red X and 2000 decorators marks for two, the other two with the same marks but all in iron red; in good condition but some spotting from firing, and the glaze has misfired inside the foot of one of them
thirty plates, each 24cm. diameter: eleven are marked in iron red with script Sevres and X, one with a footrim chip; five with mark for Hirel de Choisy, all in good order; five unmarked, one marked in blue with decorators mark for Vincent, in good condition; three marked for Bouillat, in good condition; one marked in blue with mark for Samson, one marked in red with X and Vincent, another marked in blue marked for Samson and Vincent; and two further marked in blue for Vincent, all in good condition.
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