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    a george i period walnut cheval screen

    Antique A George I Period Walnut Cheval Screen
    • Antique A George I Period Walnut Cheval Screen
    • Antique A George I Period Walnut Cheval Screen
    • Antique A George I Period Walnut Cheval Screen
    • Antique A George I Period Walnut Cheval Screen

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    A George I period walnut cheval screen containing an interesting unfinished panel of petit point, with scenes of buildings in a mountainous landscape and country people, the simple elegant frame with an arched cresting and trestle legs joined by a moulded stretcher.

    Sothebys Label Showing Property of Mrs Derek Fitzgerald, Removed from Heathfield Park Sussex
    Heathfield Park is an English country house and walled park in the village of Old Heathfield in East Sussex. It is privately owned. Originally called Bayley Park, the mansion was begun by James Plummer in 1677 and continued by Raymond Blackmore in the early eighteenth century. It was altered and enlarged in 1766 by Robert (later Sir Robert) Taylor for General George Augustus Eliott (created Lord Heathfield in 1787), who owned the house until his death in 1790. It was renamed Heathfield Park after him in 1791 by his successor Francis Newbery, son of the publisher John Newbery; Newbery hired Humphrey Repton to landscape the park. From 1819 to 1890, Heathfield Park was the seat of the baronets of the Blunt family. In 1895 it was remodeled in Georgian Revival style, brick facing being substituted for stucco, and the south-east wing being added, by Sir Reginald Blomfield for the Art patron William Cleverley Alexander. Alexander, who owned Aubrey House in London, died when he fell down the basement stairs of the house in 1916.
    Circa = 1720
    Item Reference 6481
    Height = 56.00 inches
    Width = 31.00 inches
    Condition = Excellent
    Windsor House Category = Screens
  Ref: N79FXUF8

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    Established in Leeds, Yorkshire in 1957 by our chairman D Kevin Smith, Windsor House Antiques has grown from a small one-man operation into a globally recognised company. In 1999 it was decided to relocate the showrooms to London in order to attract more overseas clientele but still keeping warehousing and the core of the workshops in Leeds. In 1999 an opportunity arose to purchase a second company, Berengar Antiques, operating from significant premises in Northamptonshire. Barnwell Manor, a former royal residence, offers an ideal opportunity to present stock in a period setting and is open strictly by appointment. The company is able to offer, in its combined locations, over 30,000 square feet of stock, both restored and unrestored, to trade and private clients. We also have a Helicopter pad at Barnwell Manor. Its “in house” interior design and research division works closely with private clients as well as established design companies. Almost all restoration is carried out on site with only small and highly specialised restoration given to craftsmen outside the company. Stock items range from £100 to nearly one million pounds with the emphasis on quality and condition. All of our items are chosen for their quality, authenticity, colour of wood, graining, style and line. Hopefully this comes across in the images on our website. However please feel free to contact us for a full condition report for any of the items. The companies are members of LAPADA, where Kevin Smith acted as vice chairman for 23 years, and also CINOA a confederation of leading antique dealers and adheres to both organisations strict codes of practice.

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    T: 01832274595
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