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The showroom will be open from 9.30am to 4pm Monday to Friday, and at all other times by appointment only.
We are still actively buying, please forward any information via email to receive a prompt response.
Charming little early 19th.c. chest of drawers in chestnut c.1820. A lovely piece of late Georgian country furniture, just 36″ wide. Single piece top with an applied reeded edge over three drawers of graduated depth. Well figured chestnut drawer fronts with slim mahogany inlaid stringing to the edges and turned knobs (later replacements). Reeded base trim and shaped bracket feet front and rear. Solid chestnut sides, deal drawer linings and back. Some tyical old wear, otherwise excellent condition and particularly good colour. Solid and sturdy with smooth running drawers. Restored, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 20″, height 37″.
Useful mid 19th.c. rosewood bookshelves c.1860. Rosewood veneered top with a crossbanded edge over an open bookcase with two adjustable shelves (depth 13″ – a little bigger than many we see). Ebonised interior with rosewood crossbanded shelf fronts, flanked with rosewood half columns with turned capitals and raised on a slim crossbanded plith. The sides of the bookcase are in simulated rosewood with original hand painted woodgrain. Some wear and repairs to the veneers, otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 42″, depth 16½”, height 44″.
Superb pair of English Art Deco glazed terracotta urns on pedestals by the Leeds Fireclay Company c.1930. Suitable for either internal or external use, either side of a staircase or terrace perhaps. 17″ diameter urn planters (with drainage in the base) with a stylized leaf pattern to the sides. Raised on broad moulded pedestals (height 29″) and sold together with two short lengths of matching balustrade. All fininshed in a buff coloured glaze.
Urn and pedestals are in very good condition with only a few minor chips, likewise the caps and plinths of the balustrade. Unfortunely several of the balusters have been broken.
The Leeds Fireclay Company was established in 1889 as a merger of various manufacturers in the Leeds area including the celebrated makers Burmantoffs. Their glazed tiles and arcitectural elements were designed to be very hard wearing and could be scrubbed clean of the grime of Britain’s industrial cities. They were used on numerous important buildings across the coutry including London’s famous Art Deco gem the Michelin building
Dimensions: total height 40″, length (plinth plus balustrade) 49″, width 20″.
Beautiful George III mahogany tripod wine table c.1780. 20″ diameter single piece mahogany top with a raised edge. Superb tapering column with crisp fluted detail and twist carved base. On lovely shaped tripod feet with neat little scroll carved details. Some minor wear to the top, generally excellent original colour and condition.
Dimensions: diameter 20″, height 27½”.
Remarkable late 19th.c. parquetry inlaid oak press or side cabinet c.1890. Two door cupboard fitted with two shelves (internal depth 16″) over four useful drawers in the base. Exceptional inlaid parquetry work to the doors, drawer fronts, frame and sides in various contasting timbers (mahogany, rosewood, birdseye maple) on solid oak groundwork. Decorative brass handles and escutcheons. Some old wear and repairs, otherwise excellent condition and lovely mellow colour. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 42″, depth 19″, height 66½”.
Lovely little example of the classic late Georgian oak writing bureau c.1790. Just 36″ wide. Open the fall to reveal a good sized writing surface (plenty of room for a laptop) and original fitted interior of pigeon holes, six small stationery drawers and a lockable central cupboard with another small drawer inside. Four long drawers of graduated depth below the desk In solid oak throughout, mellowed to a particularly attractive honey colour on the exterior, with mahogany crossbanding to the edges of the fall and the drawer fronts. Cockbeaded drawers with brass swan neck handles and escutcheons. Thumb moulded bead around the base and raised on and tall bracket feet front and rear. Excellent condition with some earlier restorations to the fall. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 20″, height 41″.
Fine quality late 19th.c. Chinese rosewood and marble top three tier side table c.1880. Square red marble top set within a moulded rosewood edge over two useful shelves. Solid rosewood frame with superb pierced apron to all four sides, carved with floral detail which continues down the top portion of each leg which terminate in a carved ball and claw foot. Solid rosewood shelves and stretchers to make a sturdy little table or urn stand. Excellent original colour and condition.
Dimensions: width & depth 18″, height 32″.
Early 19th.c. mahogany server or side table c.1820. Bow fronted single piece solid mahogany top of useful size with a deep crossbanded edge. Over a very elegant ebony inlaid frieze with a single mahogany lined drawer at the center. Raised on long tapering solid mahogany legs with crisp turned detail, front and rear. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 54″, depth 23½”, height 33½”.
Very pretty little Georgian Welsh oak open dresser base c.1790. Just less than five foot wide. With a raised plate stand over six dummy spice drawers with brass knobs and a very nicely figured single plank top with a simple moulded edge. Unusual configuration of five drawers and a particularly attractive shaped and pierced apron. Four turned column front legs joined with a potboard display shelf with raised edge at the rear. Oak sides also shaped on the bottom edge to match the front. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 58″, depth 17½”, height 33″.