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A late Victorian cut-glass thirty-two light chandelier, circa 1880, attributed to F. & C. Osler, Birmingham

A late Victorian cut-glass thirty-two light chandelier, circa 1880, attributed to F. & C. Osler, Birmingham

A Victorian walnut bench, circa 1880, in the manner of Shoolbred and Co.  the galleried back and solid seat on moulded sabre legs  81cm. high, 106cm. wide, 34cm. deep; 2ft. 8in., 3ft. 5½in., 1ft. ½in.

A Victorian walnut bench, circa 1880, in the manner of Shoolbred and Co. the galleried back and solid seat on moulded sabre legs 81cm. high, 106cm. wide, 34cm. deep; 2ft. 8in., 3ft. 5½in., 1ft. ½in.

Lustre Art Nouveau

Lustre Art Nouveau

A late Victorian cut-glass thirty-two light chandelier, circa 1880, attributed to F. & C. Osler, Birmingham  160cm. high, 138cm. wide, 138cm. deep; 5ft. 3in., 4ft. 6 ¼in., 4ft. 6 ¼in.

A late Victorian cut-glass thirty-two light chandelier, circa 1880, attributed to F. & C. Osler, Birmingham 160cm. high, 138cm. wide, 138cm. deep; 5ft. 3in., 4ft. 6 ¼in., 4ft. 6 ¼in.

Bleu parfum. Bouteille créée par Bernard Perrot, Orléans, en Bouteille exposée au British Museum.

A large pair of Emerald green cut glass three light wall appliques by F & C Osler  1865 The firm of F & C Osler of London and Birmingham were the leading makers of chandeliers and lighting during the 19th century. Founded by Thomas Osler in 1807 in Birmingham the factory specialised in glass furniture and chandeliers for the overseas market - most notably for the Indian Maharajas.

A large pair of Emerald green cut glass three light wall appliques by F & C Osler 1865 The firm of F & C Osler of London and Birmingham were the leading makers of chandeliers and lighting during the 19th century. Founded by Thomas Osler in 1807 in Birmingham the factory specialised in glass furniture and chandeliers for the overseas market - most notably for the Indian Maharajas.

René Lalique 1921

René Lalique 1921

A Victorian cut-glass thirty-six light chandelier, attributed to Osler, last quarter 19th century  each branch festooned with trails of drips and drops  approximatley 250cm. high; 8ft. 2½in.

A Victorian cut-glass thirty-six light chandelier, attributed to Osler, last quarter 19th century each branch festooned with trails of drips and drops approximatley 250cm. high; 8ft. 2½in.

A late Victorian beech and cane child's seesaw, circa 1895  the centre structure also with a seat and a pair of hinged handles  70cm. high., 149cm. wide; 2ft. 3½in., 4ft. 10½in.

A late Victorian beech and cane child's seesaw, circa 1895 the centre structure also with a seat and a pair of hinged handles 70cm. high., 149cm. wide; 2ft. 3½in., 4ft. 10½in.

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