Adam Calvert Bentley

London, GB

About Adam Calvert Bentley

Adam Calvert Bentley was formed when Adam Bentley moved away from his previous career as a fine art and antiques conservator and started dealing in fine European furniture and decorative antique objects. Adam works closely with Lucinda Chetwode who has been trading as Ardgowan Antiques since she set up business in her house in Scotland in 1983. Lucinda also lectures on the subjects of Decorative Arts and Architecture for institutions such as V&A and other international museums. In the summer of 2017 Adam opened a new showroom, by appointment, in Battersea, London. A...Read More

Adam Calvert Bentley

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Antique Early 19th Century England Regency Jars
The large cylindrical bodies with domed tops and original covers decorated with colorful oriental figures in gilded landscapes set between bands of painted fretwork decoration. Numbe...
Early 20th Century France Table Lamps
The baluster form decorated with sprigs of rosebuds on a milky-white ground. Recently re-wired French, 20th century.  
Antique 1900-1909 Netherlands Decorative Art
Glass, Walnut, Paper
The images of everyday household objects comprising of shovels, knives, walking sticks and scissors printed in color on paper and with hand applied highlights in white. Presented in ...
Early 20th Century Europe Table Lamps
The baluster body hand-decorated in the style of Wemyss-ware, inscribed Dec 510, underglaze on base. Mounted with blue-painted cover and base with silk-covered, braided cable.  
20th Century Europe Table Lamps
Opaline Glass, Ormolu
The opaline glass baluster column and base painted with summer flowers on a milk-white ground within turquoise bands with chased gilt-brass mounts.  
Antique Mid-19th Century France Table Lamps
Opaline Glass
The baluster shape finely painted with trailing morning glories on a milky white ground with gilt highlights. Suitable for conversion to a table lamp.
Antique Mid-19th Century France Table Lamps
The baluster shape and painted with sprays of roses on a milky white ground with gilt highlights. Suitable for conversion to a lamp.
Coalport Porcelain
Antique 19th Century England Table Lamps
Comprised of a pair and one larger each with a multifaceted body painted with flowers in a white reserve against a green ground and with gilt decoration. Possibly Coalport.    
Antique 19th Century Asia Japonisme End Tables
Ceramic, Celadon
The bulbous hexagonal body moulded in relief with fans decorated with birds and cherry blossom on a celadon green glazed ground and with pierced and moulded handles to each side. ...
Early 20th Century Europe Animal Sculptures
Ceramic, Faience
The vivid yellow glazed canine modelled in a majestic, seated position on a yellow and blue marbled base.           
Antique Mid-19th Century Europe Chinoiserie Table Lamps
The lacquered terracotta body of baluster form, decorated in the chinoiserie taste with figures outside a pagoda. The reverse with a stylized paterae motif. Fitted with a double lamp...
Antique 19th Century Europe Stools
Animal Skin, Hide, Walnut
The walnut upper section of the X-frame with turned side supports and hide covered central seat panel raised on deer-hoof supports united by hide-covered H-form stretchers. The de...

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