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Fabulous 18th.c. French oak dresser base sideboard c.1790. Inch thick top made of just two boards (note the 16″ wide main plank) with a deep moulded edge to the front and sides. Over a single small drawer and two full height cupboards either side of a fixed centre panel. Particularly good decorative front with raised and moulded detail to the panels alternating with and slim moulded pilasters between. Original shaped and pireced iron lock plate to the right hand door (the left door locking with a sliding wooden bolt inside) and large turned knobs. Single piece solid oak sides (also 16″ wide) with simple moulded detail to the edges (and scratch carved detail of concentric circles to the left hand side). Raised on turned bun feet. Solid oak shelves, backboards and floor boards. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 74″, depth 20″, height 39½”.
Elegant little Sheraton style mahogany pembroke side table c.1905. Oval top with two small folding leaves featuring inlaid stringing, a satinwood crossbanded border and ogee moulded edge. Over a single drawer with a bow front also inlaid and crossbanded with original brass handle and shaped apron to the bottom edge. Slim inlaid tapering legs joined with shaped and stretchers with circular moulded platform at the centre all with inlaid stringing and raised on the original castors. Rear of the table is polished and inlaid to match. Mahognay drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 34″/18½”, depth 20″, height 28″.
Late 18th.c. oak dough bin c.1790. Originally designed for the mixing and proving of bread dough, ideal now as a rustic sideboard with storage inside. Flat, rather than panelled three plank top with thumb moulded edge. Over a tapering box (internal height 10½”) with an applied moulding around the front edge. Raised on a turned and block stand, the legs joined with stretchers to each side for strength. Oak back and floor boards. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 44½”, depth 20½”, height 29½”.
Charmng little Georgian oak low boy side table c.1800. Just 30½” wide. Solid oak top with a simple moulded edge over two small drawers with original brass handles and scratch carved detail. Shaped apron below the drawers and raised on straight stiles with a moulded detail to the outer corners on the front and chamfered inner corners (a typical period detail). Solid oak sides and rear, pine drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 30½”, depth 16½”, height 29″.
Neat little Regency mahogany chiffonier side cabinet c.1820. Just 40″ wide, two door cabinet with mirror panels, fitted inside with two shelves (internal depth 10″). Well figured mahogany veneered top with a crossbanded border and rope twist carved edge. The twist detail is repeated as a slimmer moulding above and below the doors and in the faux columns to each side, with turned terminals and topped with carved flower motifs. Raised on the original feet, carved as lion’s paws at the front and turned at the rear. Some old wear most obvious to the finish on the sides. Otherwise good condition and good mellow colour. Fitted with new mirror plates, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 14″, height 36½”.
Set of six mid 19th.c. carved walnut dining chairs c.1850. Beautiful shapely frames in solid walnut. Top rail and back stretcher with crisp carved and pierced detail. Sprung seats with a serpentine fronts and shaped lower edge. Raised on cabriole front legs with carved detail to the knees and feet. Obvious old marks to the the upholstery, otherwise very good condition. Some repairs to the frames, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 21″, height 34″.
Large George III Welsh dresser and rack from the Shropshire Welsh borders area c.1800. An exceptional example eight feet long and seven feet high. Unusally configured plate rack with open shelves, cupboards and two rows of small spice drawers. Base (height 34″) with three large drawers over two slim drawers flanking a shaped apron and raised on tapering square stiles. Some fabulous decorative detail here particularly the inlaid ebony and boxwood star and palmate devices to the cupboard doors. Note how the ogee arch top on the centre door is repeated in the shape of the apron on the base below, also featuring an ebony inlaid detail above the point. Moulded cornice and rounded sides to the canopy, rope twist carved detail to the uprights either side of the side cupboards, moulded shelf fronts. Mahogany crossbanding to the doors, drawer fronts and apron, inlaid diamond shaped ebony escutcheons. The turned wooden knobs are later 19th.c. replacements. Oak sides, deal drawer linings and backboards. Excellent condition with lovely rich colour and patina to the timber. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops, cupboard keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 96″, depth 179″, height 84″.
Early 19th.c. French side table in ash c.1800. Overhanging top with rounded edges and moulded corners front and rear. Over a single drawer with simple brass handles and shaped lower edge to the front repeated on as an apron on the sides and rear of the table. Raised on turned and tapering legs joined with nicely shaped crossed stretchers. Some old marks to the top, otherwise very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 37″, depth 25″, height 28″.
Edwardian era painting of a foxhound in oil on canvas c.1910. Long full length portrait of a dog sat below a window in a straw lined stall, looking a little sad presumably having been left behind after the rest of the pack has gone hunting. Note the riding tack hung on the wall. Presented in the original and very nice quality gilded wooden frame with moulded detail. Some flaking to the paintwork on the side of the dog above the rear leg. Otherwise very good condition.
Dimensions: width 24½”, depth 2½”, height 44½”.
Ample storage inside this splendid mid 19th.c. satinwood chest of drawers c.1860. Two short drawers and three long drawers of graduated depth, note the exra deep bottom drawer extending into the plinth. Sparkling honey coloured satinwood veneers across the top, sides and drawer fronts. Retaining the originaland very attractive large brass handles with decorative backplates. Rounded front corners and moulded edges to the top and plinth. Good quality with mahogany drawer linings. Exellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 21½”, height 45″.