Ewhurst Park Contents Sale 9th December 2020
Bellmans is delighted to announce the sale of the contents of Ewhurst Park, Ramsdell, Hampshire.
Ewhurst Park was once the seat of the Dukes of Wellington from 1817 to 1943. Sold in 1943, the house and estate were occupied by the Canadian military during the Second World War. In 2007, the owner embarked upon a major building programme, commissioning Winchester based, award winning architects, Adam Architecture to design a beautiful and substantial country house, worthy of the 930 acre estate it sits in.
With the building completed, interior designers were appointed to lavishly furnish the property with no expense spared. The result is a beautiful and wonderfully eclectic mix of contemporary furnishings, from magnificent sofas to glorious chandeliers and splendid glassware, portraying all the hallmarks of a very modern country house interior.
A high gloss black finish overmantel mirror, in Chinese Chippendale taste.
A French ebonised electroplate mounted champagne cooler, circa 1920's, for three bottles.
An Art Deco ebonised and silvered wood banded desk.
An Art Deco ebonised and silvered wood banded desk from the office of Hollywood movie producer Harry Cohn. A pair of Nantucket turned ebonised frame armchairs.
A contemporary glass chandelier, six-tier with waterfall effect.
A pair of vintage Zanuso armchairs.
A four piece bronze loggia suite
A four piece bronze loggia suite, the rustic frames surmounted by birds and squirrels
A mid-century Swedish design Dux four-seat sofa.