Large early 20th.c. extending oak drawer leaf dining table c.1930. Inch-thick parqutry work top with matching 29″ long leaves extending from each end to comfortably seat 10. On a heavy solid oak base with crisply carved cup and cover legs joined with moulded stretchers and raised on bun feet. Excellent colour condition, very solid and sturdy, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 66½”–14, depth 124″, height 30″.
Very impressive large mid 19th.c. Gothic revival oak and marble top dressing table by the acclaimed cabinet makers Lamb of Manchester c.1870. Tall dressing mirror within a carved and inlaid frame, angle adjustable on turned and inlaid column supports. Over a beautiful 1¼” thick grey marble top with canted front corners and a moulded edge with three drawers below. With three drawers of graduated depth to the left hand pedestal and a cupboard to the right, with a good sized kneehole in between. Gothic revival inlaid detail across the front and retaining the original Gothic pattern brass handles. Fabulous quality, typical of this high-end maker, the sides drawer linings and backboards are all in solid oak. Clearly stamped for Lamp of the top of the middle drawer front. Some scratches to the mirror which is original but could be easily changed if preferred. Otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 62″, depth 25″, height 71″.
Unusually slim mid 20th.c. mahogany bow front pencil bookshelves c.1960. Just 17″ wide, with four adjustable shelves over a useful little cupboard in the base. Shaped top in flame mahogany, with further flame mahogany veneer to the door front, within an inlaid and crossbanded border. Solid mahogany sides. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions width at foot 17″, depth 7½”, height 74″.
A fine set of six William IV mahogany dining chairs c.1830. With broad shaped top rails carved with acanthus leaf detail over carved stile tops and back stretchers. Upholstered seat pads raised on turned and reeded front legs. Some old knocks and wear above the front legs, typical of use. Otherwise excellent original colour and condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Seat pads have been freshly upholstered in a pale oatmeal tweed.
Dimensions: width 19½”, depth 18″, height 36″.
Narrow mid 19th.c. mahogany table c.1860. Ideal for a small kitchen table or as a shop display counter perhaps. Impressive 22½” wide single piece solid mahogany top with a thumb moulded edge. Raised on good turned baluster legs. Good colour and condition with some typical old marks to the top. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 22½”, length 67″, height 30″.
Queen Anne style burr walnut tallboy c.1930. Useful narrow dimensions, just 3″ wide. Four drawers of graduated depth over a small cupboard fitted with two shelves. Beautifully figured burr walnut veneers to the front, further decorated with elaborately carved and gilded mouldings. Original heavy brass drop handles and large bracket feet also carved and gilded to match. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 18″, height 60″.
Pair of late 19th.c. Chinese rosewood urn stands or low side tables c.1895. Octagonal rose marble tops (12½” side to side) within a rosewood border carved with flower heads and a beaded edge. Over a carved and pierced apron to each side and raised on four legs carved further floral detail and ending in claw feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 20″, depth 20″, height 18″.
Fine quality late 19th.c. rosewood envelope card table c.1890. Square top divided into four triangular sections (like the back of an envelope) with symmetrically arranged rosewood veneers, each section inlaid with satinwood stringing and a crisp marquetry frieze featuring a Classical urn and scrolling acanthus leaves. Turn and open the top to make a 33″ square card table for four with the original green baize playing surface. Rosewood apron with satinwood stringing and a single slim drawer with mahogany linings and drawer front with further marquetry inlays and original brass handles. On slim tapering square legs, also strung in satinwood, with spade feet and original small brass castors. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width & depth 23″/33″, height 29½”.
Large Art Deco period overmantle mirror c.1930. Measuring 41″ x 36″ with six flat panes flanked by two full length panels decorated with stylized plant forms cut into the rear and a wavy bevelled edge. Of distressed vintage character with some crazing and damage to the mirror backing and a small chip to the bottom right hand corner.
Handsome Georgian style leather wingback armchair by the English makers Windmill Upholstery . Shaped backrest with buttoned upholstery, wing sides and roll-over arms, over a large sprung seat with a loose cushion. Raised on cabriole legs with carved detail and pad feet. Good quality upholstery in tan leather with brass studs. Complies with modern fire regulations: Very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 33″, depth 33″, height 42″.