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The Callard House

Auction 03.12.1998
03.12.1998
Schätzpreis
9.000 £ - 12.000 £
ca. 15.033 $ - 20.044 $
Zuschlagspreis:
10.925 £
ca. 18.248 $
Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 501

The Callard House

Auction 03.12.1998
03.12.1998
Schätzpreis
9.000 £ - 12.000 £
ca. 15.033 $ - 20.044 $
Zuschlagspreis:
10.925 £
ca. 18.248 $
Beschreibung:

The Callard House, a William IV wooden dolls' house of five bays and two stories, the exterior painted in dark and mid green with metal glazing bars to the windows, marbelised porch, mahogany front door and skylight in the flat roof, opening at the front to reveal four rooms with hall, landing and landing shelf, mahogany staircase and skirting boards, original floor papers and paintwork, marbelised fire surrounds, chimney breasts and kitchen with built-in dresser; furniture including Evans and Cartwright drawing room pieces and bedroom mirror, four yellow painted tinplate English chairs simulating rush seats, large scale sleigh bed, mahogany bureau and circular tip-up table, soft metal music rack, bird cage, towel rail and elaborate flower table with candlestick, vases and coloured lappits, copper pot and coal scuttle, a carved and stained body vase, a wax-headed child doll in original clothes, a shaving mirror, a top, a pair of vases and candlestick, a pair of hall tables with painted simulated inlay, a hall stand with umbrellas and canes, a midnight blue velvet covered day bed with brassed tin mounts, English mahogany wash-table and towel rail, kitchen equipment including a boiler, platewarmer, candlebox, grill, joints of meat, dutch oven, range and meat covers, glass including a shaped milk glass sweat-meat dish and coloured glasses, an early German cupboard with yellow painted interior and drawers below, a wire-work bed, tin plate coal scuttles, wash boiler, wash stand, sewing machine and chamber candlestick with snuffers in dark green and gold with matching bucket, Waltershausen work table, cardboard plates knives and forks and ironing board; dolls include a wax-headed child in original clothes and later all-bisque jointed baby and bisque-headed maid in original clothes -- 40in. (102cm.) high, 50½in. (128cm.) long, 16½in. (42cm.) deep, circa 1830, the cherrywood piano with shop label on the back reading Arthur, Dealer in Toys and Fancy goods, Royal Bazaar, Baker Street Portland Square. Colour Plate 12

Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 501
Auktion:
Datum:
03.12.1998
Auktionshaus:
Christie's
London, South Kensington
Beschreibung:

The Callard House, a William IV wooden dolls' house of five bays and two stories, the exterior painted in dark and mid green with metal glazing bars to the windows, marbelised porch, mahogany front door and skylight in the flat roof, opening at the front to reveal four rooms with hall, landing and landing shelf, mahogany staircase and skirting boards, original floor papers and paintwork, marbelised fire surrounds, chimney breasts and kitchen with built-in dresser; furniture including Evans and Cartwright drawing room pieces and bedroom mirror, four yellow painted tinplate English chairs simulating rush seats, large scale sleigh bed, mahogany bureau and circular tip-up table, soft metal music rack, bird cage, towel rail and elaborate flower table with candlestick, vases and coloured lappits, copper pot and coal scuttle, a carved and stained body vase, a wax-headed child doll in original clothes, a shaving mirror, a top, a pair of vases and candlestick, a pair of hall tables with painted simulated inlay, a hall stand with umbrellas and canes, a midnight blue velvet covered day bed with brassed tin mounts, English mahogany wash-table and towel rail, kitchen equipment including a boiler, platewarmer, candlebox, grill, joints of meat, dutch oven, range and meat covers, glass including a shaped milk glass sweat-meat dish and coloured glasses, an early German cupboard with yellow painted interior and drawers below, a wire-work bed, tin plate coal scuttles, wash boiler, wash stand, sewing machine and chamber candlestick with snuffers in dark green and gold with matching bucket, Waltershausen work table, cardboard plates knives and forks and ironing board; dolls include a wax-headed child in original clothes and later all-bisque jointed baby and bisque-headed maid in original clothes -- 40in. (102cm.) high, 50½in. (128cm.) long, 16½in. (42cm.) deep, circa 1830, the cherrywood piano with shop label on the back reading Arthur, Dealer in Toys and Fancy goods, Royal Bazaar, Baker Street Portland Square. Colour Plate 12

Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 501
Auktion:
Datum:
03.12.1998
Auktionshaus:
Christie's
London, South Kensington
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