The Dining Room at Beal House

The Dining Room at Beal House

A Fine Country House Collection

Featuring fine furniture, wonderful examples of glass and silver serving dishes, and exquisite seascapes and portraits, The Dining Room at Beal House is a superb example of traditional fine dining. A fine Grade II listed manor house, Beal House is situated near the small village of Thornton-le-Street, at the North end of the Vale of York.

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Featuring fine furniture, wonderful examples of glass and silver serving dishes, exquisite seascapes and portraits, The Dining Room at Beal House is a superb example of traditional fine dining. Discover a few of the highlights from Beal House's Dining Room here...

 


 

LOT 223 | GILLOWS STYLE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE | 19TH CENTURY

 

LOT 223 | GILLOWS STYLE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE | 19TH CENTURY with rounded rectangular top, one end with a gateleg, raised on reeded tapered legs and wood castors | 230cm wide, 74cm high, 121cm deep | £600 - £800 + feesLOT 223 | GILLOWS STYLE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE | 19TH CENTURY
with rounded rectangular top, one end with a gateleg, raised on reeded tapered legs and wood castors | 230cm wide, 74cm high, 121cm deep | £600 - £800 + fees

 

Take a closer look at Lot 223 ⇒

 


 

LOT 244 | PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED AND CUT GLASS COMPORTS BY JOHN SAMUEL HUNT

 

LOT 244 | PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED AND CUT GLASS COMPORTS BY JOHN SAMUEL HUNTLOT 244 | PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED AND CUT GLASS COMPORTS, BY JOHN SAMUEL HUNT, LONDON | HALLMARKED FOR 1859
the circular engraved and cut glass bowls decorated with leaves, central engraved boss, the acanthus form rim held by a coiled snake, the central swagged urn support on domed glass foot with silver rim (Qty: 2) | 21.5cm diameter, 16cm high | £600 - £800 + fees

 

Take a closer look at Lot 244 ⇒

 


 

LOT 248 | GROUP OF REGENCY CUT GLASS | EARLY 19TH CENTURY

 

LOT 248 | GROUP OF REGENCY CUT GLASS | EARLY 19TH CENTURY

LOT 248 | GROUP OF REGENCY CUT GLASS | EARLY 19TH CENTURY
including: a jar and cover, a pair of footed comports, a pair of jars and covers, a dish, cover and stand, and a small footed comport (Qty: 7) | smallest 14cm high; largest 25cm high | £300 - £500 + fees

 

Take a closer look at Lot 248 ⇒

 


 

LOT 259 | 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL | SHIPPING AROUND THE EDDYSTONE LIGHTHOUSE

 

18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL | SHIPPING AROUND THE EDDYSTONE LIGHTHOUSE
LOT 259 | 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL | SHIPPING AROUND THE EDDYSTONE LIGHTHOUSE
oil on panel | 56cm x 88cm (22in x 34.5in) | £1,500 - £2,500 + fees

 

The first Eddystone Lighthouse was an octagonal wooden structure designed by Henry Winstanley. Begun in 1696 and completed in 1698 it survived its first winter but was completely destroyed in the Great Storm of 1703. Winstanley and four colleagues who were working on the lighthouse at the time lost their lives.

 

Take a closer look at Lot 259 ⇒

 


 

LOT 233 | REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND GILT WOOD CONSOLE TABLE

 

LOT 233 | REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND GILT WOOD CONSOLE TABLELOT 233 | Y REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND GILT WOOD CONSOLE TABLE | EARLY 19TH CENTURY
the rectangular top above acanthus carved scroll legs, raised on a plinth base | 137cm wide, 89cm high, 42cm deep | £1,000 - £1,500 + fees

 

Take a closer look at Lot 233 ⇒

 


 

We are delighted to present the fine and eclectic contents of Beal House, Yorkshire, in a single owner auction taking place live online over two days on Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th October 2020.

 

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Auction Information

 

The Contents of Beal House, Yorkshire
Lot: 1 to 353 - Wednesday, 14th October at 10am
Lot: 354 to 640 - Thursday, 15th October at 10am
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Viewing by appointment in Edinburgh 10th to 13th October 

 

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