Something for everyone at Ainger's auction

Author: Richard Brewster | Posted: 6th July, 2018

Looking for a French gilt metal clock under a glass dome or sterling silver jewellery?

Then E.J. Ainger’s forthcoming auction from 9.30am Tuesday July 10 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond is the place to be.

Other auction attractions include snuff, patch and cigarette boxes and a Johnson Bros dinner service (lot 428).

For those buyers looking to add a sense of refinement to their homes, the fine selection of gilt and antique mirrors on offer should readily appeal (lots 684, 726 and 769) – while in the furniture line there are French walnut and ormolu mounted queen size bedsteads (lots 697 and 779),  a teak dressing table (lot 613) and teak retro sideboard display.

Additional furniture attractions include an English 19th century George IV tallboy chest (lot 761), a Victorian cameo back double ended settee (lot 756), a Victorian mahogany two-door secretaire bookcase, a Queen Anne dome top single door display (lot 800) and a set of four English oak and elm spindle back pub chairs (lot 640).

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