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Peter Wedde Antiques provides Commission Purchasing as part of our client service.

Scouring International Auctions is a speciality & securing the perfect piece for an interior is what we thrive on.

Items purchased by us on behalf & in close consultation with special clients.

See below for recent examples of Commission Purchases.

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A New Zealand timbers marquetry table by Anton Seuffert.

A New Zealand Colonial  marquetry inlaid centre table.

A Regency Irish carved giltwood mirror.


A pair of Regency gilt bronze Garniture Urns.

Later adapted as table lamps.

A pair of large French Terracotta Classical Muses.

A Brault, Late 19th Century.

A pair of Gilt-Bronze Candlesticks of Empire Style, Third Quarter 19th Century.

The Acanthus-clasped tapering shafts on foliate circular bases,
Adapted for electricity.



A Pair of large Mahogany, Walnut & Yew crossbanded side tables.
George II style, early 20th Century.

“G. Jetley/ 52 South Audley St. London.W.”

 

 


C.N. Worsley watercolour of Wellington Harbour.

 

A pair of Sheffield Plate campana urn shape wine coolers,
with engraved armorials.

Circa 1820.

 


A Ziegler carpet, Sultanabad (Arak)
North West Persia late 19thC.


A pair of large William and Mary style carved walnut
open Armchairs

A pair of late 19th/early 20th century carved mahogany
Wing-back Armchairs in the George II style.
 

A massive Savioneerie Carpet.


A good Regency four pedestal Dining Table

With three additional leaves, the reeded edge top with D-shaped end sections, the ring turned tapered columns on tripod bases with reeded downswept legs, brass cappings and castors, each pedestal stamped WILKINSON & SONS, 14 LUDGATE HILL.
 

Frank Wasley (1848-1934).

A trading vessel under tug escort with other vessels on the river crowded with spectators.
Watercolour.


Circle of Charles Baxter (1809-1879)

A moments reflection.
Oil on canvas.

Joseph Mellor, circa 1872

Barnard Castle, on the river Tees, Durham.
Oil on canvas.



Frank Wasley (1848-1934).

Durham Cathedral from the banks of the Wear.
Watercolour and bodycolour.

 


Frank Wasley (1848-1934).

Arundel Castle.
Watercolour and bodycolour.

 

Frank Wasley (1848-1934).

Windsor Castle from the Thames.
Watercolour and bodycolour.


 

Seven Hand-Coloured Etchings for designs taken from the vases in the collection of Sir William Hamilton.

After Pierre Francois Hughes, Call D’Hancarville.

 

A pair of Gilt-Brass & Glass Chandeliers of Regency style.
First half of 20thC.



 

A Set of Fifteen Italian ‘Grand Tour’ Engravings, Late 18th early 19thC.

Various titles including 'Forze d'ercole', 'Achille In Sciro' & 'Geni de Circensi', by A.Mochetti, Ang.Testa and others, in later silvered frames.

 

A George III Large Mahogany Demi Lune Serving Table.

C1770.


A massive Bidjar carpet.

Parsian/Kurdistan.
24 ft 6 in x 14 ft (745 x 426 cm).


A pair of early 19th century white painted and parcel gilt tub armchairs.


A pair of Edwardian satinwood and polychrome decorated armchairs

circa 1910.

A pair of late 17th Century walnut and tapestry covered side chairs each with rectangular padded back and stuff-over seat upholstered in 17th Century tapestry of diaphanous robed maidens representing 'The Four Seasons',



A pair of Portraits of Queen Mary II & William III.

English School, late 17th Century, after Willem Wissing
Oil on canvas.
 


A pair of tapestry panels possibly cut down from a Flemish tapestry, one panel depicting a lady and sword, the other a lady seated holding a tablet, mounted and framed.


A large 18th Century needlework chair back depicting two ladies at a well in exotic landscape with castle in the distance, two sheep and a rabbit to the foreground, walnut framed.


Three 18th Century floral needlework pictures all depicting floral sprays in pinks, blues and yellows to a brown background.


A mid-18th Century tapestry sofa back and seat, the back depicting a frieze of children playing amidst classical ruins, the seat with birds amidst foliage.


An Illuminated Elizabethan pedigree of the de Euro family of Northumberland, barons of Warkworth and Clavering.
By Robert Glover, Somerset Herald, signed and dated in his calligraphic hand & illuminated with armorial shields on four skins of vellum.


An English ‘Knole’ Sofa, the back applied with 17th century floral tapestry fragment depicting fruit, birds and figures.
The drop ends with turned supports and brass finials.


A Wedgwood Queen’s ware part dinner-service.
Circa 1790, impressed marks, gilt 1255.
Painted in green and gilt with a geometric pattern band beneath pierced border and gilt rims.


A Worcester Large Baluster Milk-Jug Circa 1765-70.
Decorated with the Imari style with panels of bamboo, prunus and chrysanthemum alternating with dark-blue-ground panels with a flower medallion and gilt leaves.
Blue fretted square seal mark.


A Worcester “Sir Joshua Reynolds’ Pattern scalloped dish, a small plate and a coffee cup with blue fretted square seal mark.
The long-tailed bird perched on a tall turquoise rock, flowering branches issuing from either side, surrounded by insects in flight.


Two Worcester Bowls.
The faceted example painted with the 'Jabberwocky' pattern, the second fluted bowl painted with the 'Hop Trellis' pattern above a pink herringbone border above the footrim.


A Worcester “Marchioness of Huntly’ pattern Sauce-Tureen, cover & stand.
With artichoke finial and shell handles, decorated loose flower sprays within gilt c-scrolls and shaped green-ground borders.
Circa 1775.


A Worcester Cylindrical Butter-Tub & Cover.
With flower finial and scroll handles, painted with scattered flower sprays & gilt-line rim.

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