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Isherwood Fine Art and Antiques

(Nicola Isherwood)
Sydney NSW 2030
By appointment.
European paintings, furniture and decorative items from the 17th to 19th centuries, including a selection of early period portraits, good quality French commodes, giltwood barometers and vintage Louis Vuitton trunks.

Items for Sale

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Circa: 1690
Price: $18,000
A Pair of 17th century French carved oak angels resting on clouds with traces of original polychrome paint and gilding.
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Circa: 1690
Price: $18,000
A French 17th century portrait of a lady with her pet poodle in a period giltwood and gesso frame. Height 98cms, width 85 cms.
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Circa: 1770
Price: $7,500
A French Louis XV1 giltwood circular barometer with decorative harvest attributes.
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Circa: 1720
Price: POA
Circle of Jonathan Richardson (London 1665-1745), Portrait of a gentleman, his wife and son, traditionaly identified as the Thornhill family. Oil on canvas in a period giltwood frame.Height 145cm, width 186cms.
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Circa: 1750
Price: $26,000
A French Louis XV cherrywood and acacia commode 'tombeau' from the Bordeaux region of France, the rectangular top over three long shaped drawers and sides, raised on short cabriole legs and terminating in 'escargot' scrolled feet. Wonderful original patina and original bronze handles and escutcheons. Height 88cm, width 114cm, depth 68cm.
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Circa: 1730
Price: $17,500
18th century French Aubusson verdure tapestry. Height 218cms, width 160cms.
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Circa: 1820
Price: $17,000
An extremely rare single action pedal Harp by Dublin harpmaker John Egan, maker to King George IV, circa 1820, beautifully decorated with cherubs and mythological figures.