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An Emile Gallé cameo glass three-branch chandelier will lead Roseberys’ Decades of Design auction in London on September 5.

Acid-etched with the Magnolia pattern, the piece measures 17in (43cm) wide and dates to c.1910.

Estimate £15,000-25,000.

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Dating from the reign of James I, an unusual joined oak panel-back open armchair will go under the hammer in Bonhams’ Oak Interior sale on September 20 in New Bond Street.

The 2ft (61cm) wide chair has an unusually broad and deep cresting rail, which is pierced and carved with scrolls, an eight-petal flowerhead and a small shield carved with a fleur-de-lys and the date and initials W 1626 C.

Estimate £15,000-20,000.


Woolley & Wallis’ paintings sale in Salisbury on September 12 includes an oil on canvas by Paul Sandby (1731-1809).

The extensive 2ft 8in x 3ft 4in (81cm x 1.02m) landscape depicts figures in the foreground, a nearby manor house and a river and castle beyond, possibly Arundel.

Formerly in the collection of the Marsh family of Bath, it was offered at Christie’s in 1989 and subsequently acquired by the vendor from London dealership the Leggatt Brothers.

Estimate £8000-12,000.