Henry Thomas Peters
Table top of various Sicilian jaspers, petrified wood, and Nero del Belgio, in a frame of chiselled silver, attributed to the Royal Pietre Dure Manufactory in Naples, early 19th century. On a slightly later stand of sculpted mahogany attributed to Enrico Tommaso Peters, Genoa, c. 1830.
A Roman Rococò Carved Giltwood Console Table, with a serpentine veneered Pavonazzetto Romano marble top.
An Italian Neoclassical carved, veneered and ebonized cherry wood cylindrical pedestal cupboard with a Nero del Belgio marble top, on an unusual sliding square base.
A very important and unique pair of late-Baroque Italian polychrome majolica two- light wall-sconces
Jacopo Maria Foggini
The Mattias De Medici Blue Boys. A pair of Florentine Baroque polychrome lacca wood sculptures with glass eyes attributed to Jacopo Maria Foggini (c.1620–1684). Florence, third quarter of the seventeenth century
A pair of Italian carved giltwood `X'-frame folding stools, Piedmontese, Circa 1740, with a rectangular loose cushion seat, above `X'-frame baluster supports carved with scrolls, centered by a patera, joined by shaped stretchers centered by a stylised scallop-shell, on outward scrolled feet.
Giuseppe Maria Bonzanigo
A North Italian fruitwood, walnut, ebony , boxwood, tulipwood and kingwood microcarving portrait relief miniature attributed to Giuseppe Maria Bonzanigo (1745-1820), depicting a standing Mars with cuirass, feathered helmet and sword, holding a spear with his right and a shield on his left hand.
A Pair of Empire patinated and gilt-bronze candelabra, with “à l’antique” vestals supporting a oil lamp, on ormolu mounted pietra dura pedestals.
A North Italian Ivory, mother of pearl, brass, boxwood, ebony and Kingwood marquetry box.
A Pair of Italian Neo-Pompeian Console Tables, Kingdom of the two Sicilies. Now in a European private collection
An important late baroque Venetian ebony mother of pearl and metal inlaid table top
Henry Thomas Peters
An unique Italian carved and veneered kingwood and maple inlaid Massonic Lectern
A very important pair of empire ormolu and patinated bronze four-light candelabra. A related almost identical set of four now in the throne room in St.James Palace was bought directly to Thomire by George IV in Paris(RCIN 11853).