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Mallett & Son (Antiques) Ltd

Mallett & Son (Antiques) Ltd
Ely House
37 Dover Street
London
W1S 4NJ
England

Open: Open Monday-Friday 10-6; Saturday by appointment

Contacts: Giles Hutchinson Smith, Richard Cave
Telephone: +44 (0)20-7499 7411
Fax: +44 (0)20-7495 3179
Website: www.mallettantiques.com
We are members of:
BRITISH ANTIQUE DEALERS' ASSOCIATION
BRITISH ANTIQUE DEALERS' ASSOCIATION
THE NATIONAL ANTIQUE & ART DEALERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, Inc.
THE NATIONAL ANTIQUE & ART DEALERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, Inc.
Established: 1865
We deal in:

18th- and 19th-century English furniture and clocks; works of art; glass; paintings and watercolours; restoration

Mallett & Son (Antiques) Ltd


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A CARVED IVORY CHAIR

A very rare late 19th century carved Dieppe bone and ivory chair, the entire surface finished with applied stylised leaves, the crest decorated wit...

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A PAIR OF IRON GRIFFIN

A pair of mid 19th century cast iron models of griffins, after designs by Sir William Chambers, each shown naturalistically modelled, the wings ter...

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A SET OF 7 BRASS IMPERIAL MEASURES

A fine set of seven 19th century brass weights and imperial measures, supplied by De Grave, Short and Tanner of 59 St. Martin’s Le Grande in the ...

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AN ANLGO-INDIAN EBONY ROCOCO REVIVAL MIRROR

A very unusual mid-19th century Anglo Indian rococo revival ebony pier mirror, each element is finely carved with foliate ornament and “C” & ...

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A SET OF THREE ARTICULATED FISH

A set of three articulated fish made of enamel plates with elaborate painted decoration and detail. Each with multi-coloured scales.

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A SET OF SIX SILVER MOUNTED HORN BEAKERS

A rare set of six silver mounted horn beakers, bearing the silver marks for William Summers, London, 1866. The silver engraved: 'Earl of Cottenham,...

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A LOW TABLE MOUNTED WITH A CHINESE PANEL

A modern low table mounted with an early 19th century Chinese panel of paper decorated in watercolour with figures of tradesmen and hunters on a mo...

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A GEORGE III MAHOGANY DRUM TABLE

A fine George III mahogany drum table of small scale and rich colour, the revolving top with the original dark green tooled leather with reeded edg...

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A SPECIMEN WOOD LOW TABLE

A rare early 19th century circular parquetry top with radiating veneers of exotic woods including yew, mahogany, maple, walnut, satinwood and amboy...

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A PANEL OF 18TH CENTURY MARQUETRY SET WITHIN A MODERN LOW TABLE

A fine panel of mid 18th century marquetry set into a modern low table with Cobham leg base.

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A 19TH CENTURY CARVED CHINESE HARDWOOD SEAT

An unusual late 19th century Chinese hardwood barrel stand or garden seat, of open-sided 'barrel' type with prunus, bird and flower-head decoration...

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A SOUTH GERMAN ANTLER HORN AND IVORY TEA CADDY

A rare late 19th century stag’s horn tea caddy in excellent condition, the lid with an inset oval panel depicting a stag with accompanying hinds ...

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A PAIR OF GUERIDONS DESIGNED BY JEAN-MICHEL FRANK AND MADE BY COMTE

An iron and leather desk, to a Jean-Michel Frank design executed by Comte under the supervision of J-M Frank. With a certificate of authenticity f...

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A FONTANA ARTE MIRROR

An oval mirror with a shaped, deep blue, glass border, by Fontana Arte, the design attributed to Max Ingrand. Illustrated Franco Deboni, Fontana Ar...

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A PARCEL GILT PIEDMONTESE SIDE TABLE

An unusual, fine quality late-18th century Piedmontese parcel-gilt side table. The frieze is decorated with enclosed anthemia and at the centre the...

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