18th Century Love
windsorhouseantiques:

MID 18TH CENTURY BUFFET
A Mid-18th Century Chestnut Buffet or Side Cabinet of three well carved doors over three fitted drawers, shaped corners over four original scroll feet and original metalwork.
c. 1760
Height 40.00inch (101.60cm)
Width 72.00inch (182.88cm)
Depth 23.00inch (58.42cm)
Ref No. 3010
£3900.00
http://www.windsorhouseantiques.co.uk/stock/d/mid-18th-century-buffet/128613

windsorhouseantiques:

MID 18TH CENTURY BUFFET

A Mid-18th Century Chestnut Buffet or Side Cabinet of three well carved doors over three fitted drawers, shaped corners over four original scroll feet and original metalwork.

c. 1760

Height 40.00inch (101.60cm)

Width 72.00inch (182.88cm)

Depth 23.00inch (58.42cm)

Ref No. 3010

£3900.00

http://www.windsorhouseantiques.co.uk/stock/d/mid-18th-century-buffet/128613

design-is-fine:

Samuel Smith of Hambleton, Spherical Trigonometry Projection of the Sphere and Tables, 1746.  Calculated for making a Quadrant for the Latitude 53 51 and likewise Dialling. Autograph manuscript. Via dreweatts

design-is-fine:

Samuel Smith of Hambleton, Spherical Trigonometry Projection of the Sphere and Tables, 1746.  Calculated for making a Quadrant for the Latitude 53 51 and likewise Dialling. Autograph manuscript. Via dreweatts

windsorhouseantiques:

CUSHION: LATE 18TH CENTURY, WOOL
French, last quarter of the 18th century. Wool with silk highlights, flowers and foliage to the centre within a framework of stylised leaves.
c. 1780
Height 22.00inch (55.88cm)
Width 22.00inch (55.88cm)
Ref No. 5551
£1480.00
http://www.windsorhouseantiques.co.uk/stock/d/cushion%3a-late-18th-century-wool/151452

windsorhouseantiques:

CUSHION: LATE 18TH CENTURY, WOOL

French, last quarter of the 18th century. Wool with silk highlights, flowers and foliage to the centre within a framework of stylised leaves.

c. 1780

Height 22.00inch (55.88cm)

Width 22.00inch (55.88cm)

Ref No. 5551

£1480.00

http://www.windsorhouseantiques.co.uk/stock/d/cushion%3a-late-18th-century-wool/151452

geisterseher:

'Louis le Traître lis ta Sentence' . Louis the Traitor, read your sentence: an arm holding a quill pen emerges through a wall on which it writes. 1793 Etching and aquatint (manière de lavis)

geisterseher:

'Louis le Traître lis ta Sentence' . Louis the Traitor, read your sentence: an arm holding a quill pen emerges through a wall on which it writes. 1793
Etching and aquatint (manière de lavis)

houghtonlib:

Our contribution for this week’s Miniature Mondays is an almanac for 1785 in a contemporary richly gilt red morocco binding with matching slipcase.

Goldsmith, John, active 1656. An almanack for the year of our Lord God, M.DCC.LXXXV.

mTyp 705.85.432

Houghton Library, Harvard University

cooperhewitt:

Fan, 1770. Medium: paper, ivory, glass Technique: painted paper. Gift of Mrs. Robertson D. Ward, from the collection of her mother, Mrs. Helen Wright-Clark Dawson. 1970-58-19. See more stuff from the Textiles department.

cooperhewitt:

Fan, 1770. Medium: paper, ivory, glass Technique: painted paper. Gift of Mrs. Robertson D. Ward, from the collection of her mother, Mrs. Helen Wright-Clark Dawson. 1970-58-19.

See more stuff from the Textiles department.

cooperhewitt:

Fan, ca. 1750. Painted silk leaf embroidered with metallic yarns and sequins; carved, incised and pierced ivory sticks with applied metallic foil. Bequest of Sarah Cooper Hewitt. 1931-6-117. See more stuff from the Textiles department.

cooperhewitt:

Fan, ca. 1750. Painted silk leaf embroidered with metallic yarns and sequins; carved, incised and pierced ivory sticks with applied metallic foil. Bequest of Sarah Cooper Hewitt. 1931-6-117.

See more stuff from the Textiles department.

houghtonlib:

Parsons, Mrs. (Eliza), -1811. The mysterious warning, a German tale, 1796.
*EC75 P2524 796m
Houghton Library, Harvard University

houghtonlib:

Parsons, Mrs. (Eliza), -1811. The mysterious warning, a German tale, 1796.

*EC75 P2524 796m

Houghton Library, Harvard University

houghtonlib:

Gilpin, William, 1724-1804. Observations on the river Wye, and several parts of South Wales, 1782.

*EC75 G4278 782o

Houghton Library, Harvard University

peashooter85:

Gold and silver decorated flintlock pistol crafted by Francois Peniet of Paris, late 18th or early 19th century.