Property from Hatton Castle, Aberdeenshire

Property from Hatton Castle, Aberdeenshire

We are delighted to present a selection of pieces from Hatton Castle, a category A listed building in Aberdeenshire in our 27 February Five Centuries: Furniture, Paintings & Works of Art auction in Edinburgh.

 

Hatton Castle is a category A listed building located near Turriff in Aberdeenshire, on the lower side of Hatton Hill. Alexander Garden Duff of Hatton bought the deteriorating Place of Balquholly from the Mowat family in 1709. This February, we are delighted to bring a select group of items from Hatton Castle to auction in our Five Centuries auction in Edinburgh.

 

EARLY GEORGIAN OAK DRESSER BASELOT 152 | EARLY GEORGIAN OAK DRESSER BASE | EARLY 18TH CENTURY | £1,500-2,500 + fees

 

A series of rebuilding and improvements continued through the 18th century. The principal building of the new Hatton Lodge starting in 1745 by the Second Alexander Duff of Hatton. In the early 19th century the 8th Laird of Hatton, Garden Duff, commissioned a new house to be built incorporating elements from the earlier buildings, with an aim to unify the house in a designed landscape. The completed Hatton Castle included a three-storey castellated edifice featuring rounded towers at each corner, with corbelled parapets and a central gothic door decorated by shafted columns. The landscape and gardens were recognised for their beauty in their own right by commentators in the nineteenth-century, and to this day the gardens contribute greatly to the estate’s charm.

 

PAIR OF VICTORIAN CUT GLASS THREE BRANCH BASKET CHANDELIERSLOT 169 | PAIR OF VICTORIAN CUT GLASS THREE BRANCH BASKET CHANDELIERS, ATTRIBUTED TO OSLER
19TH CENTURY | £2,000-3,000 + fees

 

Highlights in the 27 February auction include an Early Georgian Oak Dresser Base, Victorian Cut Glass Chandeliers and three-quarter length portraits including Jessie Duff Holding a Rose by a Follower of Sir Francis Grant and Robert George Duff of Welling Lodge, Hyde by 19th Century Scottish School.

 

HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF ROBERT GEORGE DUFF OF WELLINGTON LODGELOT 181 | 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH SCHOOL
HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF ROBERT GEORGE DUFF OF WELLINGTON LODGE, HYDE (1817-1890)
£1,500-2,500 + fees

 

 


 
Dates for Your Diary

 

AUCTION | Five Centuries: Furniture, Paintings & Works of Art from 1600 | Wed 27 February, 10:00am
VIEWING | Sat 23th & Sun 24th Feb 12pm-4pm | Mon 25th & Tues 26th Feb 10am-5pm | Morning of sale
LOCATION | 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh

 

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