Large Oriental rosewood table c.1900 previously reduced in height to make a splendid feature coffee table. 38½” square table in solid rosewood with a carved and pierced apron repeated on each side and raised on short square legs with traditional carved detail at the foot. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width & depth 38½”, height 14½”.
Fine late 19th.c. Chippendale style bookcase by the celebrated English cabinet makers Maple & Co. c.1890. Just 39″ wide at the cornice, with a tall glazed bookcase top with three adjustable shelves (8″ depth) over a base with three long graduated drawers. Superb quality cabinet making typical of Maples. Crisp moulded cornice with dental detail and a blind fretwork frieze continued on the sides. Flame mahogany veneered doors with a brass centre trim and inlaid rosewood escutcheon. Symmetrically arranged flame mahogany veneers to the drawer fronts with cockbeaded edges, inlaid escutcheons and original brass ring handles with patterned back plates. With a second fretwork frieze across the top of the base and raised on bracket feet. Solid mahogany groundwork to the door and drawer fronts, solid mahogany sides and drawer linings. Original Maple & Co. maker’s label inside the top drawer. Excellent condition and lovely mellow colour. Cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 39″, 17″, height 86″.
Pair of tall mid 20th.c. Regency style table lamps c.1960. Mahogany columns with decorative Classical detail to the cast brass capitols and bases. On square stepped brass plinths. Excellent condition, cleaned and rewired making use of the original switches in the base. Sold with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: height to bulb 31″, width and depth at base 8″.
Superb quality late 19th.c. brass and mahogany magazine rack and side table c.1890. Serpentine front mahogany table top with raised brass gallery and moulded front edge. Over a mahogany box with three dividers for books, magazines etc with panelled front and original brass handle. Tips forward to allow access On an elaborate brass frame with decorative sides, twist legs and turned spindles across the front. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 14½”, height 23″.
Edwardian Arts & Crafts satinwood washstand or dressing table c.1905. Beautiful original splashback featuring six Art Nouveau green glazed tiles, over a well figured red marble top. Simple single door cupboard base raised on turned legs front and rear. With a brass towel rail to the left hand end. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 44″, depth 19″, height 41″.
Splendid large 19th.c. chaise longue or daybed c.1870. Very comfortable with a deep button upholstered backrest, raised right hand side and sprung seat. Raised on turned oak legs with large and original brass castors. Good usable condition, solid and sturdy. Covers are worn but serviceable with a patch to the front of the seat. Stamped with the serial number C6695 to one of the rear legs.
Dimensions: length 68″, depth 30″, height 32″.
Impressive pair of table lamps made from large spelter figures of a man trying to tame a rearing horse c.1880. Modelled after the huge marble originals commissioned by Louis XIV for the Chateau de Marly, they are often referred to as ‘Marly horses’. With a single bulb raised on a brass tube at the back of each figure. Missing the reins from one of the horses. Otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: width 15″, depth 7½”, height to bulb 22″.
Late 19th.c. extending mahogany dining table c.1890. Extending on a corkscrew mechanism from 48″ to a maximum length of 65½” with a single additional leaf to comfortably seat 6 people. Solid mahogany top with a moulded edge and canted corners on turned legs with the original large pot castors. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Winding handle supplied.
Dimensions: width 42″, length 48″- 65½”, height 30″.
Art Deco era oak wall mounted hat and coat rack and hall mirror c.1930. Hat shelf over 16 brass hooks arranged around a small central cabinet with a mirror door and two shelves inside. With four further sliding brass hooks on the front rail of the shelf. Solid oak frame with carved floral detail. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 9″, height 30″.
Delightful little late Georgian mahogany fold over games table c.1820. Stands flat against the wall as a very handsome little George II Style serpentine front console table, just 27 wide. Open the rear legs and fold open the top make a square games table with lobed corners and raised edge to help scoop up cards and coins etc. With a single small drawer in the apron and raised on particularly elegant slim carbriole legs, tapering towards outswept pad feet. Solid mahogany top and legs. Oak gate mechanism and drawer linings. With some earlier repairs and restorations, it seems there is one narrow replacement board toward the rear edge of the top. Otherwise very good colour and condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 15″/27″, height 29″.