Adam Partridge Auctioneers Cheshire
Auctioneer in Cheshire

Furniture - Traditional Lots

Lots 0 - 10 of 161

Display:

Lot Number: 1813
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); an important late 19th century Italian cylinder bureau, the castellated superstructure inlaid with a knight within a tent above a finely detailed door inlaid with the monument erected at Sagliano and inscribed 'Sulle ceneri degli eroi si eleva la grandezza delle nazioni' flanked by mirrored backs, side inlaid panels and exquisite inlaid roll top with two cornucopia full of shields and various fighting implements and a suit of armour and enclosing a slide and satin birch fitted interior with frieze drawer similarly inlaid, raised on ring turned tapering legs to peg feet, bearing Luigi Pasquale original paper label to the reverse. The piece is also signed by Pasquale in the inlaid detail and also inscribed 'Ricordo sagliano 1880 Pietro Micca', width 87cm, height 167cm, depth 59cm. Pietro Micca was a hero of the city of Turin when in 1706 he sacrificed his own life for the good of the city in blowing up a tunnel with French soldiers about to attack. The quality of the inlay throughout is exceptional. Featured in 'Storie Di Minusiere Biellesi E Di Cadregat Di Cossila' page 180-183 with full detail of the cabinet and illustrations relating to it. Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation in 1880.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 5000 - 8000

Place a bid

Lot Number 1813
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

Lot Number: 1814
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); a late 19th century Italian walnut and inlaid settee with shaped back centred with an inlaid panel taken from Andrea Gastaldi (1826-1889) oil painting depicting 'Pietro Micca Lighting The Gunpowder' flanked by various weapons, rearing bulls and with shaped padded back, padded seat and inlaid frame, length 174cm. Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation. Featured in 'Storie Di Minusiere Biellesi E Di Cadregat Di Cossila' page 187 with full details and illustrations relating to it.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 1500 - 2000

Place a bid

Lot Number 1814
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

Lot Number: 1815
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); a late 19th century Italian walnut and inlaid elbow chair, the raised back centred with a circular plaque depicting Pietro Micca, with padded back, padded arms and seat, inlaid detail and raised on turned peg feet united by stretchers. Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation. Featured in 'Storie Di Minusiere Biellesi E Di Cadregat Di Cossila' page 186 with full details and illustrations relating to it.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 500 - 800

Place a bid

Lot Number 1815
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

Lot Number: 1816
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); a late 19th century Italian burr walnut, ebonised and inlaid side table, the shaped top with metal moulding and centred with a detail inlaid plaque taken from the Andrea Gastaldi (1826-1889) oil painting depicting Pietro Micca lighting the gunpowder, with frieze drawers and twin shaped end supports with gilt metal caps, square sectioned outswept legs and united by a baluster ring turned central stretcher, height 75cm, width 107cm, depth 51.5cm. Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation. Featured in 'Storie Di Minusiere Biellesi E Di Cadregat Di Cossila' page 184 and 185 with full details and illustrations relating to it.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 1500 - 2000

Place a bid

Lot Number 1816
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

Lot Number: 1817
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); a late 19th century Italian walnut and inlaid shaped rectangular frame set with the silver medal certificate issued to Pasquale in 1882 titled 'Il Ministro Di Agricoltura Industria E Commercio' and dated 11th November 1882, width 58.5cm, height 55.5cm. Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 300 - 500

Place a bid

Lot Number 1817
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

Lot Number: 1818
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); a late 19th century Italian walnut and inlaid rectangular frame centred with a floral print, 46 x 58cm. Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 150 - 200

Place a bid

Lot Number 1818
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

Lot Number: 1819
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); a late 19th century Italian rosewood and finely inlaid sewing box, the hinged lid with padded central panel enclosing a mirror to the lid, lift out trays and with ivory, copper, pewter and specimen wood inlay detail throughout, the sides depicting figures, the back depicting three cherubs supporting floral garlands, width 25cm, depth 17cm, height 12cm. Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 300 - 500

Place a bid

Lot Number 1819
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

Lot Number: 1820
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); a late 19th century Italian walnut and inlaid hexagonal bowl, the six outer panels decorated with flowers, the central panel inlaid with an ivory bird and inscribed 'Cucko' with string links and also detailed verso 'Ricordo Di Sagliano Micca', diameter approx. 30cm. Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 100 - 150

Place a bid

Lot Number 1820
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

Lot Number: 1821
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); a late 19th century Italian walnut inlaid rectangular plaque depicting a female kneeling before a king with further attendants by his side within an ornate scrolling brass frame, 34 x 28.5cm, and a similar smaller plaque depicting figures in an interior, 27.5 x 22.5 (2). Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 200 - 300

Place a bid

Lot Number 1821
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

Lot Number: 1822
LUIGI PASQUALE (1822-1894); a late 19th century Italian walnut hexagonal cigar holder with six doors each set with brackets for two cigars and with inlaid detail including one panel depicting the monument erected at Sagliano in honour of Pietro Micca, height 23cm. Luigi Pasquale was the vendor's great, great grandfather and this lot has been in the family since its creation.
Category: Furniture - Traditional
Estimate: 100 - 150

Place a bid

Lot Number 1822
Your Bid ()
 

More Images

1  2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17