Fine example of a mid 18th.c. Welsh oak food cupboard c.1760. Original timbers throughout, raised and fielded door panels, brass door knobs and replacement working locks with keys. Two fixed shelves in the top and one in the base. Lovely colour and in excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Separates into two sections.
Dimensions: width 46″, depth 21″, height 71″.
19th.c. mahogany side table, suitable for use as a writing table, in the manner of Gillows c.1820. Coramandel crossbanded edge to the top above a single centre drawer with hardwood linings, and a dummy drawer either side. All with cockbeaded edges and turned knobs. Tapering, turned and reeded legs. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 44½”, depth 24″, height 29½”.
Useful music or reading table c.1870. Adjustable for use at both sitting and standing height, as well as featuring a sliding top allowing use above another table or a chair, or perhaps over a bed. The top features a pair of adjustable slopes unlatched via a pair of brass buttons, with removable galleries to the bottoms which are stored beneath when not in use. The turned column houses the brass mechanism which allows for a height adjustment of 10 inches, divided into twelve levels, all leading down to a platform base with four turned bun feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 21″, height 32-42″.
Splendid French giltwood sofa c.1870. Unusually large (7’2″ long) carved wooden frame with intricately shaped and carved backrests with original silk fabric detail, either side of a lower midsection with carved giltwood detail, retaining the original gilding throughout. Upholstered back and sprung seat, with damage to the seat fabric, otherwise clean and serviceable. Raised on four tapering and carved legs, with original brass and leather castors beneath. Excellent original condition, with some minor damage to the gilding. Re-upholstery available by local upholsterer Craig Hughes at additional cost.
Dimensions: width 86″, depth 28″, height 41″.
Ingenious metamorphic rosewood work box and games writing table c.1830. Top turns and folds open top reveal a leather writing surface. Over a traditional embroidery work table configuration of deep pull out storage basket and a fitted drawer for threads etc. On an elaborate base with turned column and carved paw feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 21/32″, depth 17/19″, height 30″.
Excellent quality Georgian mahogany fold over games or card table, c.1790. Stands flat against the wall as a very handsome serpentine front console table, just 33″ wide. Open the rear leg and fold open the top make a square games table with green baize and four ‘guinea trays’ or ‘scoops’ used to store coins or chips during a game. With a single small drawer to one side, matched with a dummy on the opposite side. All raised on elegant reeded legs. All in very good condition, with particularly fine symmetrical veneers to the front edge. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 33″, depth 17/34″, height 28½”.
Smart little French Empire style marble top wine or side table c.1920. Circular black marble top on a turned column, with good quality tooled brass mount to the base, all raised on a shaped tricorn plinth. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 16″, height 23″.
Fine pair of turned mahogany candlesticks c.1900. Wide flared bases for stability, with turned stems featuring attractive spiral detail towards the bottoms and crisply carved leaf capitols under the drip trays. Urn shaped cast brass sconces with square edges to the tops, all in excellent condition, simply cleaned waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter at base 8″, height 18″.
Mid 19th.c. Potboard dresser base c.1840. Useful proportions, being 68″ wide, with an oak plank top with moulded edge. Three large drawers over two smaller knife or cutlery drawers, with swan neck brass handles and small brass knobs respectively. Attractive arch shaped apron to the centre with molded edge, all raised on turned front legs, joined with the original potboard shelf and ending in shapely bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition with original brasswork, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 68″, depth 17″, height 34″.