Mixing Period with the Contemporary Antiques | Chinese and Japanese Porcelain | Collectables | Antiquities Satsuma Porcelain Figure Hand painted and decorated in enamel with fine detailing over the entire figure and lots of gilding over much of the kimono. Spacious Dinning Dark period furniture, yet still Light and airy. The eyes are drawn between two retro-antique sculptures to the feature window. French Boulle Mantle Clock The waisted case is veneered with tortoiseshell and inlaid with brass. It has ornate applied brass castings in the form of acanthus leaves. Cool and relaxing Scrolling curves and gilding add a zest of the Baroque to a room filled with a mix of art and retro design. Roman Bronze of Mercury Mercury in Roman religion was the god of shopkeepers and merchants, travelers and transporters of goods, the fleet-footed messenger of the gods. Blue and White Chinese blue and white temple jars compliment both the highly-polished chest and rooms colour scheme. Roman Glass Bowl A 1st Century pillar-moulded bowl. Sparkling aqua blue glass displays the pinnacle of Roman craftsmanship. Pastel Peace Antiques and antiquities in perfect pastel harmony. Chinese Porcelain Dish A famille rose dish, beautifully painted with a family playing in a garden. 18th century, Qianlong, 1736-1795. Eclectic Excess Modern, marble, rococo and empire. All in a delicious mix. Canton Enamel Tray Qianlong (1736-95), square form, decorated with a narrative scene of three figures in a mountainous landscape. Collectable Colour A mix of antiques and collectables colour and enhance a light and airy stairway. Toys for Boys? A die-cast metal collectable red toy car. Fantastic! Period Chic Antiques from all periods in a subtle yet classy stairway. Silver Dachshund Pin Cushion A fine and rare antique Edwardian hallmarked sterling silver pin cushion in the form of a dachshund.