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Christopher Hampton is the Managing Director of Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood and the Head of the Furniture Department. He is based at Exeter in Devon.
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Review Entries for Day Saturday, April 12, 2014

The Quarterly Fine Art Sale to be held on 29th/30th April 2014 and 1st May 2014 includes a strong furniture section. Amongst some of the more interesting pieces, there is a George III mahogany breakfront secretaire library bookcase (FS22/908).


A George III mahogany breakfront secretaire library bookcase (FS22/908)

The upper part of this piece of Georgian furniture has a moulded dentil cornice fitted with adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of pointed arch astragal glazed panel doors. The lower part has a central hinged fall enclosing a fitted interior with small drawers and pigeon holes about a central enclosed compartment.

The cupboard below is fitted with sliding trays and enclosed by a pair of moulded panel doors, flanked by four small drawers to either side. It measures 192cm (6ft 3 1/2in) wide x 237cm (7ft 9 1/4in) high and is inviting bids of £4,000 - £6,000.

Over the next week or so, I will be sharing some other highlights from the furniture section of this auction,

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