Long 19th.c. pine settle c.1880. Eight foot long, six panel backrest with moulded mullions and shaped arms over a two plank seat. Long front stretcher, joined at the centre and with a top edge heavily worn by years of use. Sturdy square front and rear stiles joined with side stretchers. Good condition with some obvious repairs and restorations.
Dimensions: width 96″, depth 21″, height 43″.
Very stylish little Art Deco side cabinet fitted for drinks c.1950. Just 35½” wide. Fitted inside with two shelves for glasses etc plus shelves inside both doors with chromed galleries, the lower ones being ideal for bottles. Top and front with highly figured burr walnut veneers laid in squares to make a striking symmetrical pattern. With crossbanded edges, original handles and raised on a polished aluminium plinth. Excellent condition, Fitted with new shelves, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 35½”, depth 16″, height 33½”.
Smart set of eight Edwardian mahogany dining chairs c.1905. Six chairs plus a pair of larger matching carver armchairs. Solid mahogany frames with curved arch top cresting rails and unusual H stretchers with moulded front edge. Swept arms, also moulded and shaped so they can be drawn up to the table. Rexine seats raised on turned front legs with unusual finial feet. Joined with stretchers to all four sides, the front having crisp turned detail to match the legs. Good unrestored condition.
Dimensions: width 17″/23″, depth 20″/23½”, height 34″/36″.
Impressive large gilt metal frame mirror and console table c.1930. 30″ x 64″ oval mirror with an elaborate gilded metal frame with scrolling foliate forms and flower heads around the edge. Sitting across the mirror and held on receivers on the frame is a matching little console table with a pale onyx marble top and large acanthus leaf spray below. Very good original condition with only minor wear to the finish.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 12″, height 88″.
Superb pale oak Arts & Crafts wardrobe c.1900. Divided into two sections both fitted with a brass rail for hanging, over two useful drawers in the base. Large overhanging cornice supported on shaped brackets and a pair of long square columns with flared tops. Fixed centre panel with a long arch top dressing mirror. Doors with leaded glass tops retaining the original rippled red glass, over tapering panels within a chamfered surround. Tudor arch shaped apron to the front and sides of the plinth and flared feet. Original and unusual copper plated brass handles to the doors and drawers. Superior quality with solid oak sides, back and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 74½”, depth 21½”, height 80″.
Three seater leather Chesterfield club sofa. Low buttoned backrest and arms over a sprung seat with three loose cushions. Upholstered in a soft oxblood red leather, nicely worn with age. With a buttoned apron and raised on good quality wooden castors. Very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 80″, depth 36″, height 28″.
Stylish little 20th.c. marble top and painted wrought iron console or hall table c.1930. Highly figured marble top with a serpentine shaped and moulded edge. On a wrought iron base with scrolling apron and a single leg swept back towards the wall. With a large acanthus leaf at the centre, repeated above the foot. Retaining the original green and gold paintwork attractively worn through in places. Secured to the wall with two screws below the marble. Very good condition.
Dimensions: width 44″, depth 17″, height 36″.
Superb set of eight William and Mary style oak and leather dining chairs c.1930. Six chairs plus two carver armchairs. Solid oak frames, high backrests with arched cresting rails over raised and fielded panels flanked with turned rear stiles topped with ball finials. Curving arms with scroll terminals to the carvers. Pale leather seats with large brass studs to the sides. Turned and block front legs and arm supports and turned front stretchers. Joined with straight stetchers at the sides and rear for extra strength. Very good colour and condition.
Dimensions: width 19″/22″, depth 19″/21″, height 47″.
Useful Edwardian era mahogany open bookshelves c.1910. Solid mahogany top with satinwood inlaid and crossbanded detail repeated on the apron. Open bookcase fitted with three adjustable shelves, internal depth 9″. Inlaid stinging to the uprights, solid mahogany sides and moulded plinth. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 42″, depth 12″, height 44″.
Handsome late 19th.c. upholstered armchair c.1880. Simple design with a flat top backrest and narrow arms over a large sprung seat. Good turned front legs, the rear ones swept backwards for stability, both in solid mahogany and raised on brown ceramic castors. Stamped with serial numbers on one of the rear legs. Recently upholstered in a red and gold patterned chenille. Very good condition with clean covers.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 31″, height 38½”.