Spectacular large gilded overmantle mirror. Presented in unrestored condition complete with original mirror plate fitted within a wooden slip and now attractively clouded with age. Floral acanthus leaf gesso decoration, retaining the original gilt finish to the frame with an excellet distressed aesthetic.
Dimensions: width 63″, depth 3″, height 38″.
Useful rosewood chiffonier side cabinet, with single long drawer over a two door cupboard fitted with two mirrors. Beautifully figured rosewood veneers to the top, front and sides. Unusual raised mouldings to the doors around the mirrors. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 43″, depth 19″, height 36″.
Delightful early 20th.c. fitted kitchen cabinet by Hygena of Liverpool. Simple modernist aesthetic designed to improve the the hygiene and efficiency of the kitchen. Four door cupboard top with two drawers over a large slide out enamelled work surface, the base has three drawers and a single door cupboard. Retaining the original fitted interior with storage racks and a large flour store with a sifter funnel. Inside the upper doors are the original liners printed with simple cooking times and nutritional information. Each cupboard door features an adjustable vent, whilst the lower drawers are zinc lined for cooling meats, dairy products etc. Raised on sturdy legs with original castors, useful for moving the cabinet for cleaning behind and underneath. Excellent condition, with makers badge to the top and ‘Hygena Cabinets Co. LTD, Liverpool’ printed on the door lining. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 33″, depth 24 (32½″ with slide fully extended), height 77″.
Full length oil on canvas portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, signed W Fairburn 1959. Great likeness with deep colours and fine detail to the robes, jewelery, and accessories. One earlier repair to the top right hand side, otherwise excellent original condition.
Dimensions: width 39½”, depth 1″, height 59½”.
Elegant pair of George III mahogany side tables c.1790. Could be used together to make a 50″ diameter centre table. Semi circular tables with solid single piece mahogany tops with a reeded edge and veneered apron. Raised on square tapering legs with a simple reeded detail and original brass castors. Excellent colour and condition with some repairs to the legs. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 50″, depth 25″, height 29½”.
Highly decorative giltwood oval border glass mirror, in the style of Robert Adam c.1900. Large central mirror with eight segmented border mirrors to the edge. Gilt frame with typical wear and some small repairs. Original mirror plates throughout with slight ‘foxing’ to the glass. Could be hung in either portrait or landscape aspect.
Dimensions: width 32″, depth 2″, height 44″.
Smart early 20th.c. mahogany serpentine fronted chest of drawers. Just 24” wide with six graduated drawers ideal for filing, stationary, clothing or accessories. Mahogany veneers with cross banded borders to the top and cock beaded drawer fronts. Brass swan neck handles and tall bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 16″, height 42″.
Charming George III mahogany Pembroke supper table c.1780. Solid mahogany top with two folding leaves. Raised on unusual chamfered legs with tall nick feet joined with matching crossed stretchers. Excellent condition and lovely original colour, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 22½/46″, height 28″.
Interesting pair of mid century modern coffee tables c.1960. Beautiful 1½” and 2″ thick yew wood planks on four tapering legs, also in yew. Like the furniture of the celebrated US designer George Nakashima these tables celebrate and express the natural origin of the materials; the sides of the tables retain their original organic profile whilst the tops are polished smooth to show off the remarkable grain. Excellent condition with original maker’s label from Reynolds on the underside of the curved table.
Reynolds was established in the early 1950’s as a small father and son producer of hand crafted furniture inspired by the ethos of the Arts and Crafts movement. Unfortunately there premises was destroyed by fire in the late 1970’s and the company folded soon after.
Dimensions: width 59/54″, depth 16/16″, height 15/16″.