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Late 18th.c. Welsh oak kitchen cupboard or press c.1790. In two pieces with a low two door cupboard top fitted with a single shelf inside (depth 18″) on a base with six drawers of graduated lengths. Moulded cornice and attractive detail to the canted corners on the top. Solid oak door and drawers fronts with moulded edges and period brass handles. Particularly well figured solid oak boards to the sides top and bottom. Raised on tall bracket feet front and rear. Excellent colour and condition with repairs to the sides, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 54″, depth 21½”, height 60″.
Unusual little Art Nouveau desk chair with original leather upholstery c.1900. Mahogany frame with a low curved backrest over shaped and pierced backsplat and supports and raised on slim cabriole legs. Very unusually the chair retains the original leather to the backrest (front and rear) and the seat featuring a beautiful embossed and painted pattern of water lily or lotus flowers. Excellent original condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 20″, height 31″.
Unusual early 20th.c. doctor’s consultation couch in mahogany c.1920. High couch with loose buttoned cushion in green velvet chenille. Hinged at one end to allow the head to be raised with an adjustable support. Mahogany frame with moulded edges and raised on slim tapering and moulded legs with good qulaity brass castors and joined with stretchers for extra strength. Excellent condition with clean covers. Base could be used as a long slim shop display table perhaps.
Dimensions: length 72″, width 24″, height 29″.
Superb quality Edwardian mahogany combination wardrobe an press c.1910. Long bevelled dressing mirrors to the doors, opening to reveal full length hanging inside. Either side of a two door cupboard fitted with sliding shelves plus four drawers below. Crisp ogee moulded cornice with a dental frieze. Satinwood crossbanding with ebony and boxwood stringing across the front, highly figured flame mahogany veneered door and drawer fronts, all laid onto solid mahogany groundwork. Original gilded brass handles. Solid mahogany sides and drawer linings. Two of the slides in centre sections are later replacements. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 79″, depth 21″, height 78″.
Charming little Regency mahogany cheval or dressing mirror on stand c.1830. 16½” x 26½” mirror plate within a reeded mahogany frame. Angle adjustable on a stand with crisp turned and block columns with turned pommel tops, reeded and ebonised detail and joined with turned stretchers above and below the mirror. Raised on wide curving legs, also reeded, with quality brass castors. Repair to one of the locking screws at the side and some light scratches to the mirror. Otherwise good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 24½”, depth 25″, height 51½”.
Very useful late 19th.c. steel safe or strong box by the Wolverhampton makers Cyrus Price & Co c.1890. Three inch thick door opening with the original key, internal dimensions 12″ x 12″ x 14″, plus a drawer in the base. Splendid embossed brass safe plate on the front of the door featuring the company’s registered trademark (dated 1888) with Britannia, a lion’s face and mention of various medals and awards. Brass handle and keyhole with sliding cover, also featuring the company name, and original stencil paintwork. The trademark features again as a trasfer inside the door. Note the company name on the key and drawer handle. Some typical wear, generally very good functional condition.
Dimensionjs: width 18″, depth 19″, height 25″.
Regency rosewood chiffonier side cabinet c.1830. Single drawer over a two door cupboard fitted with a single shelf inside (depth 9½”). Highly figured rosewood veneers across the top front and sides. Raised moulding to the drawer front and striking pointed arch door panels with a broad crossbanded surround. Crossbanded edges to the top and plith, brass door trim. Raised on the original turned bun feet. Very good colour and condition, with a repair to the rear edge of the top, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 13½″, height 35½”.
Unusually large primitive style armchair in oak. Panelled backrest with a shaped top rail and carved tops to the stiles. Broad arms with rounded ends on sloping supports. Over a 3″ thick slab seat raised on spoke shaved (rather than turned) legs set an an angle for stability. Excellent condition, very solid and sturdy, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 28″, height 45½”.
Very smart Art Deco standard lamp c.1930. Single bulb on a square section column in mahogany with yew wood inlays, ebonised stringing and moulded elements. On a flared base, inlaid to match and raised on neat little gilded scroll feet. Excellent condition, cleaned rewired and PAT tested.
Dimensions: height to bulb 63″, width and depth at base 15″.
Late Georgian walnut bureau bookcase c.1820. Glazed bookcase top fitted with three shelves (internal depth 7½”). Over a fine bureau base, the fall opening to reveal a lovely fitted interior of gradualted drawers, pigeon holes and a central cupboard with secret compartments either side. Plus four drawers of graduated height below the desk. Beautifully figured walnut veneers across the piece. Topped with a deep moulded and crossbanded swan neck pediment, canted and reeded outer edges to the doors and shaped glazing with moulded surround. Inlaid herringbone pattern borders to the fall and drawer fronts. Raised on shaped bracket feet front and rear. Excellent colour and condition with earlier repairs and restorations. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 38″, depth 21″, height 90″.