1. Victorian settee
This Victorian carved rosewood double spoon back settee upholstered in deep buttoned scarlet velvet measures 6ft 5in (2m) long and is estimated at £300-500. It will be auctioned at Lewes saleroom Gorringe’s on December 20.
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2. Tea set
A three-piece Georgian silver tea set comprises a teapot (hallmark for London 1806, maker Crispen Fuller); a milk jug hallmarked for London 1801; and sugar bowl, hallmark London 1819, maker JW-CW. It will be offered at Gerrards of Lytham St Annes with an estimate of £500-700 on December 21-22.
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3. Victorian watercolour
Portraits of young women in outdoor settings were the key output of Victorian watercolourist Charles Sillem Lidderdale (1831-95). This monogrammed and dated example from 1873 is titled In Disgrace, the subject relegated to the corner of a room on this occasion. At the three-day sale at Claydon Auctioneers in Middle Claydon, Buckinghamshire,, on December 29-31, it estimated at £4000-5000.
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4. Art Nouveau butterfly-shaped screen
This Art Nouveau butterfly-shaped modesty screen with a mahogany frame and leaded glass and fabric panels stands 4ft 9in (1.46m) high
It will carry a guide of £1200-1800 at Special Auction Services in Dudley on December 22-23. View this Art Nouveau screen via thesaleroom.com.