Elegant early 19th.c. mahogany folding coaching table c.1830. Two piece solid mahogany top, hinged at the centre on a folding base with shaped mahogany legs joined with crisply turned stretchers. Replacement locking block otherwise original through. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions width 36″, depth 19″, height 29″.
George III oak open dresser base c.1800. Two plank top with a mahogany crossbanded border and moulded edge over three large drawers with crossbanded and cockbeaded drawer fronts. Over a shaped apron, continued on the sides, and raised on shaped legs front and rear (an unusual feature) with pad feet. Mahogany crossbanded sides. Excellent colour and condition with later knobs and some earlier repairs and restorations. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 71″, depth 21½”, height 32″.
Delightful little late 19th.c. rosewood writing table and sewing work box c.1890. Useful small size, just 27½” wide. Small lockable cabinet flanked with two small drawers over a leather writing surface. Single drawer below fitted with pin cushions and dividers for threads below which is a large work drawer for embroidery etc. Raised on slim tapering legs with original brass and ceramic castors. Rosewood veneers with inlaid deatil. Original brass handles. Excellent condition. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 27½”, depth 19″, height 42″.
Very handsome early 19th.c. rosewood bookcase c.1830. Rose marble top over a two door glazed bookcase fitted with two adjustable shelves plus a single drawer in the waist. Beautifully figured rosewood veneers across the front and sides. Otherwise of simple and uncluttered design free of applied ornament. With a large stamp for the London makers I&S Steer of Oxford Street below the marble. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 37″, depth 15″, height 42½”.
Mid 19th.c. oval portrait of a gentleman in oil on canvas c.1860. An imposing looking gent with a broad nose and a fine set of whiskers dressed in a black coat, high collared white shirt and black necktie. Some minor wear to the surface, generally very good condition. Presented unframed on the original stretcher with a pencil inscription on the rear.
Dimensions: width 19″ height 23½”.
Pretty little late 19th.c. French upholstered bedroom or nursing chair c.1890. Retaining the original red velvet brocade cover with decorative twisted cord and tassel braid. Large sprung seat raised on turned beech legs with original wooden castors. Later tassels to the sides of the bolster headrest. Otherwise original condition with some obvious wear to the fabric on the backrest.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 26″, height 36″.
Barn fresh and presented as discovered on Anglesey last week, this unusually large 19th.c. pine cricket table c.1840. At 42″ diameter it is a good deal larger than most, indeed we are confident in saying it is the largest we have ever handled in over 30 years of trading. Easily big enough to serve as a dining table for four. Three plank top on a triangle base with three tapering legs joined with a useful stretcher shelf below. Additional circular pads have been added to the feet at some point, otherwise it completely original and throughout. Very good unrestored condition, solid and sturdy.
Dimensions: diameter 42″, height 28″.
Beautiful Edwardian era glass porch light c.1910. Heavy glass balloon shade with frosted surface cut with scores of eight point stars to fabulous effect. With original copper fitting with a gadroon moulding and split top ring stamped with a design patent number. Excellent condition, ready to hang, complete with brass chain cable and bulb holder.
Dimensions: diameter 10½”, height to top ring 18″.
Neat little Edwardian mahogany bijouterie display table c.1910. Display top (4½” usable height) featuring a lid with bevelled glass and a crossbanded and moulded edge over glazed sides. Slim tapering legs with inlaid satinwood stringing joined with four shaped stretchers also inlaid to match. Very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 17″, height 29″.
Impressive pair of large late 19th.c. carved oak wall brackets c.1880. Shaped shelves with a carved and moulded edge held on fabulous pierced supports carved in high relief as the branhes of a tree overgrown with ivy leaves. Excellent colour and condition with original fixing plates. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 19½”, depth 9½”, height 20″.