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    This is one of the best examples of a Chippendale style mirror you are ever likely to find. It was made c1755 by John Linnell. Conceived as a Chinese landscape, the mirror plates are intended to represent water and be framed by twisting trees that hang over the water's edge, with cascading water and a bridge with a pagoda sitting above. The asking price is £680,000.

    It looks like a wine cooler but this sarcophagus shaped Regency piece veneered in plum pudding mahogany is actually a plate warmer. Made c1815 it has an Irish look to it and is asking £27,000.

    MORE Collectible pieces and furniture from the Masterpiece Fair in London, now one of the most eagerly anticipated fairs of the year.  It continues until July 5.

    One of a pair of George III satinwood pier tables once in the White House. The asking price is £395,000.

    This c1811 parcel gilt library table was once in Tyrone House in Co. Galway. It is asking £544,000.

    This George III giltwood chimney piece, attributed to Matthias Lock, is estimated at £850,000.

    A portrait of a boy by Nathaniel Hone (1718-1784) is asking £45,000.

    A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CABINET ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM VILE CIRCA 1760. There is a definite Irish feel to this piece which is asking £250,000.

    A Centre Table with a Royal Provenance from Windsor Castle, the design firmly attributed to A.W.N. Pugin. It is asking £185,000.

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