Splendid taxidermy Bighorn sheep ram’s head c.1960. Beautiful specimen with a very impressive set of horns. Good quality and naturalistic taxidermy with glass eyes. Presented on the original oak shield with attractive carved oak leaf detail. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 16″, height 23″.
Superb late 19th.c. cast iron hall stand c.1875. With eight hooks arranged around a small central mirror, over a stick or umbrella stand with two removable drip trays in the base. Beautifully cast to resemble bamboo and retaining the original, and very lifelike, paint finish. Maker unknown but with the number 55 cast into the rear, base and underside of the drip trays. Excellent condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 25″, depth 11½”, height 76½”.
Very impressive Edwardian era oak waiting room or hall bench c.1905. Over eight feet long, heavily constructed in solid oak throughout. Panelled seat with a deep thumb moulded edge over a moulded apron. Raised on six short tapering legs with fluted tops and carved detail repeated on each side. Moulded block feet joined with stretchers across the depth and length. Identical design to both sides. Very good original condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 98½”, depth 16″, height 17″.
Mid 19th.c. full length mahogany framed dressing mirror c.1850. Retaining the original 21″x49″ bevelled mirror plate now evocatively tarnished and clouded with age. Fine quality, with a broad and beautifully figured flame mahogany veneered frame and solid mahogany back panel. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. The mirror could be easily replaced if preferred.
Dimensions: width 29″, depth 1½”, height 57″.
Beautiful early 19th.c. mahogany wardrobe cabinet or linen press c.1830. Single door with a long dressing mirror, fitted inside with four adjustable shelves. Over two useful drawers in the base, one cleverly hidden in the front of the plinth. A particularly good looking example of the form with unusual ‘plum pudding’ figured mahogany veneers across the front and sides. Crisp moulded cornice with gadrooned detail, canted corners and raised mouldings to the door and drawer fronts. Original locks and key. Retaining the sliding dust cover to the larger drawer. Oak lined interior, oak back panels and drawer linings. Some minor scratches to the mirror, otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 42″, depth 17″, height 79½”.
Superior quality example of the classic Edwardian era bentwood hat stand c.1910. With a revolving crown of six large double hooks with round ends for hats and coats. On a crisply turned column with three additional turned peg hooks with unusual brass mounts to the ends. Raised on four bentwood legs, set wide for stability and with a hoop support for sticks and umbrellas. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 24″, height 78″.
Smart Edwardian brass porch lantern c.1910. Pointed frosted glass lantern shade with cut detail, brass top cast with laurel leaf detail and mounted with goats heads, laurel wreaths and floral swags garlands. Original chain and ceiling fitting. Excellent condition, cleaned and wired and ready to hang. Chain could be shortened if required.
Dimensions: diameter 8½”, total drop 34″.
Fabulous collection of Art Deco glassware c.1940. Comprising ten stylishly flared cocktail or martini glasses, ten large wine glasses, eight sherry or liqueur glasses and a pair of decanters. All with identical gilded decoration and painted detail. Excellent condition throughout with no chips or cracks.
Dimensions: cocktail 4¾” x 6½”, wine 3½” x 7½”, sherry 2½” x 5¼”.
Mid 19th.c. French cherrywood farmhouse kitchen dining table c.1840. Beautiful four plank top with cleated ends over a slim apron with a single drawer to one end. Raised on finely turned legs with a neat ball foot. Big enough to comfortably seat 8 people. Excellent condition with particularly good colour and patina. Simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 78″, depth 31″, height 29″.
Delightful little pair of oak side tables c.1920. Raised sides to the top and an open shelf below. Unusual heart-shaped cutaways to each side, carved detail to the uprights and apron. Raised on slim cabriole legs. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 18″, depth 12″, height 31″.