Meiji period ivory okimono of a fully articulated lobster
Charles Wallrock at Wick Antiques specialises in 18th and 19th century antique English and continental furniture and decorative works of art.
An antique set of Chinese display shelves
Ref. No. cw154
Of rectangular form this hardwood set of shelves has half shelves and reeded uprights.
An antique Egyptian revival Stool
Ref. No. CW129
This unsual walnut X-frame stool has a leather seat and is formed by crossed stylized bird's heads and inlaid with bone and ebony details.
Kingwood bureau plat
Ref. No. CW031
A William IV kingwood ormolu mounted bureau plat in the French taste. The shaped frieze enclosing quarter-veneered drawers with tulip wood banding...
George III mahogany oversized metamorphic library steps chair
George III mahogany oversized metamorphic library chair / steps.
Norman Wilkinson Painting of the fleet review
Oil on Canvas painting of the Royal Yacht Review
Japanese Ivory Okimono of a farmer
Japanese ivory Okimono of a farmer, the figure striding forward and heavily laden with a basket on his back and in his hand, the base signed 'mas...
Japanese wood Okimono of three monkeys "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil",
A Japanese wood Okimono of three monkeys "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil", with finely carved fur and two with inlaid eyes, Meiji, 2.75...
Japanese Ivory Okimono of a goose.
The bird standing with its' head turned upwards and with finely carved plumage and inlaid eyes, Meiji, 5.5"
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