Exhibitors

Patrick Sandberg Antiques

Stand A7

An unusual mid-18th century Portuguese serpentine, rosewood, tulipwood crossbanded, floral marquetry commode, having moulded edge

An unusual mid-18th century Portuguese serpentine, rosewood, tulipwood crossbanded, floral marquetry commode, having moulded edge "Breccia policrome dei Caetani " marble top, above two end grain moulded drawers retaining original Rococo scrolled gilt brass handles, flanked by shaped gilt brass moulded corners, ending on sabot feet. Circa 1760.

An unusual late 18th Century well-figured mahogany Serving Table having serpentine top fitted with unusual centre section enclosing cutlery drawer & double cellarette drawer, retaining original swan-neck handles, supported on square tapering legs with boxwood strung inlaid kingwood panels. Circa 1780.

An unusual late 18th Century well-figured mahogany Serving Table having serpentine top fitted with unusual centre section enclosing cutlery drawer & double cellarette drawer, retaining original swan-neck handles, supported on square tapering legs with boxwood strung inlaid kingwood panels. Circa 1780.

A fine quality pair of late 18th Century Sheraton period figured mahogany canted cornered Card Tables boxwood strung and crossbanded throughout, having ornate urn, swag, ribbon, leaf & flower penwork inlays, supported on square tapering legs ending on spade toes. Circa 1790.

A fine quality pair of late 18th Century Sheraton period figured mahogany canted cornered Card Tables boxwood strung and crossbanded throughout, having ornate urn, swag, ribbon, leaf & flower penwork inlays, supported on square tapering legs ending on spade toes. Circa 1790.

An important mid 19th Century Chippendale style mahogany Silver Table, having laminated pierced gallery to the shaped top, above blind fret frieze. The Table profusely carved with shells, flowers, gadrooning and icicles, supported on cabriole legs, joined by arched stretchers with central finial, ending on unusual carved scrolled feet. Circa 1860.

An important mid 19th Century Chippendale style mahogany Silver Table, having laminated pierced gallery to the shaped top, above blind fret frieze. The Table profusely carved with shells, flowers, gadrooning and icicles, supported on cabriole legs, joined by arched stretchers with central finial, ending on unusual carved scrolled feet. Circa 1860.

With over 35 years’ experience as an antique dealer with extensive showrooms in Kensington Church Street, one of London’s premier sites for antiques shopping, Patrick Sandberg offers one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of fine 18th-century Georgian and early 19th-century Regency period English antique furniture in central London.

Showroom:

150-152 Kensington Church Street
London W8 4BN
United Kingdom

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Patrick Sandberg

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