Useful little Regency era mahogany writing or side table c.1820. Single piece solid mahogany top of particularly good grain with a gracefully shaped front and crossbanded edge. Over a single long oak lined drawer, shaped to match with a cock beaded flame mahogany veneered front retaining the original brass knobs. Raised on slim crisply turned legs front and rear. Excellent condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 20½”, height 30″.
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″.
Extraordinary pair of large Arts & Crafts pokerwork panels with repoussé borders c.1900. Solid birch panels measuring 45″ x 29″ with beautiful pokerwork designs of a golden pheasant and a peacock in a formal garden. Coloured stains have been used to enhance the design which is further embellished with tiny brass studs and coloured lacquer (on the peacock). Monogrammed with the initials LA to each. Both panels feature repoussé or chased brass borders with raised pattern of stylised plant forms, applied with scores of brass studs to the edges. Excellent original condition.
Splendid mid 20th.c. Oriental brass bound chest c.1950. Very solidly constructed in teak with oversized brass bindings, corners, clasps and carry handles all patterned with dragons and Chinese characters. Fitted inside with a sliding tray. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 21″, height 21″.
Rare set of seven matching Gothic oak stools or side tables c.1900. Sturdy construction, in solid oak throughout. 11″ square tops with a pierced hand grip. Quatrefoil and Gothic arch cutaways to all four sides. Chamfered corners and a moulded plinth. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 12½”, depth 12½”, height 17½”.
Late Georgian oak open dresser base c.1800. Unusually low, being just 27″ tall, ideal for below a large television or on the back of a sofa perhaps. Two plank top with mahogany crossbanded border and an applied moulded edge. Over three drawers, the fronts crossbanded to match, with brass swan neck handles. With a shaped apron across the front and continued on the sides. Oak panel sides and raised on simple square stiles. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 73″, depth 20½”. height 27″.
Large early 20th.c. extending oak draw leaf refectory style dining table c.1930. Parquetry work top with matching 23″ leaves extending from each end to comfortably seat 10. On a solid oak base with carved apron and splendid turned and carved baluster legs over sleigh feet, also carved and joined with a low stretcher. Excellent colour and condition, very solid and sturdy, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 63″ – 109″, width 39″, height 30″.
Georgian style walnut standard lamp and wine table c.1930’s. The bulb raised on a turned and reeded column with acanthus leaf detail. Over a useful 23″ diameter table with matched veneers and a shaped and raised piecrust edge. Tripod base with slim legs carved with acanthus leaves and ending in splendid claw feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: height to bulb 66″, diameter 23″.
Set of six large ash and elm Windsor armchairs. Good quality reproductions of an early 19th.c. design. Tall ash backs with slim spindles and pierced oak backsplats with a traditional wheel detail. Swept arm supports over large elm saddle seats shaped from thick single piece boards. Raised on slim turned ash legs, splayed for stability and joined with curved crinoline stretchers. Excellent condition. cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 23″, height 40″.