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Loads of useful storage space inside this very impressively proportioned walnut bookcase cabinet by Gillows & Co, one of the greatest names in English furniture making, c.1880. Standing eight feet six inches tall with open bookshelves at the centre and a small two door cabinet above, flanked on both sides with tall cupboards fitted with shelves inside (depth 14″). The base has a two door centre cupboard with single door cupboards to each side. Happily it separates easily into six pieces plus cornice, middle board (which sits on the top of the base) and plinth. Exceptional quality cabinet making in solid walnut including the sides, tops and backs of each piece. Raised panels with crisply carved floral and leaf pattern decoration, extensive moulding across the front and sides, original brass handles and hinges. Stamped Gillows & Co. together with the serial number 9406 on the top of one of the doors in the base. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 92″, depth 18″, height 102″.
Mid 19th.c. walnut framed couch or settee c.1860. Exceptional shapely carved and moulded walnut frame with unusual design to the sides and curving arms on swept arm supports. Crisp acanthus leaf details and scratch carved decoration. Turned front legs and splayed rear legs all raised on small brass castors. Buttoned backrest and padded arms over a generous sprung seat all upholstered in a pale pink velvet chenille. Frame has been cleaned and polished in our workshops. Upholstery is perfectly serviceable but with some marks and missing portions of braid.
Dimensions: width 67″, depth 30″, height 37″.
Fabulous pair of late 19th.c. brass altar type candle sticks of impressive size (and weight) c.1900. Standing 26″ tall and cast in heavy gauge solid brass. Deep holders to take a 4¾” diameter candle on turned column supports with 10″ dishes to catch any dripping wax. Heavy bases for stability. The lip of one of the dishes is slightly bent, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: height 26″, max diameter 10″, diameter at base 8½”.
Pair very smart mahogany radiator cover hall or console tables c.1930. Of superb quality, in solid mahogany throughout. 13½” deep flat table tops with moulded edges over a flame mahogany apron. Square lattice bodies with chamfered inner edges and moulded front corners. Raised on moulded plinths and shaped at the rear to fit over a tall skirting board. Internal dimensions: width 40½”, depth 13½”, height 33″. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 44½”, depth 16″, height 35″.
Good example of the classic bentwood hat and coat stand c.1930. Eight large double hooks for hats and coats, with ball tips and a turned finial at the top. On a shaped column and a wide four leg base with a hoop stretcher for sticks and umbrellas. Excellent condition and very attractive walnut colour. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: height 81″, diameter of crown 21″, diameter at base 27″.
Tall George III oak longcase clock c.1800. Painted enamel face with a rolling moon by the well know dial makers Wilson of Birmingham. Featuring a separate seconds dial and date display and an applied brass plaque engraved for G.Clamp of Knighton (probably a previous owner). Eight day brass works striking the hours on a bell. Very handsome oak case with a square hood with dental cornice over an arched door and turned columns. Slim body with a long door with shaped top, flanked on each side with fluted detail. Ogee mouldings, a square base panel and moulded plinth. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. The works have also been cleaned and overhauled and are sold with a 12 month guarantee. Original weights and pendulum. Winder and key supplied.
Dimensions: width at hood 21½”, depth 9″, height 87″.
Interesting pair of mid 19th.c oak hall chairs c.1860. In solid oak throughout with beautifully carved and shaped backrests featuring an heraldic motif of a coronet and arm clutching a spear, surrounded by acanthus leaves with egg and dart moulding at the top. Over a shaped seat with round centre panel, raised on turned front legs. Repairs to the seats otherwise excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 15½”, depth 18″, height 30″.
Small mid 20th.c. marble top and painted wrought iron console or hall table c.1950. Just 34″ wide with a well figured grey marble top (depth 13″) with serpentine sides. On a wrought iron base with trellis apron and tapering supports which curve back toward the wall. Vintage green and gold paintwork. Secured to the wall with two screws below the marble. Very good condition.
Dimensions: width 34″, depth 16″, height 32″.
Delightful Georgian oak tripod wine table c.1790. 18½” diameter top with a raised and moulded edge. On a slim column with very attractive turned detail and shaped tripod legs. Great character with a twist to the top, though perfectly useable. Some obvious marks and an old repair to the edge. Otherwise very good condition and particularly good colour.
Dimensions: diameter 18½”, height 27″.