Georgian oak three drawer open Welsh dresser base c.1790. Two plank top with carved detail to the edge over three large drawers with cockbeaded fronts, large turned wooden knobs and original brass escutcheon plates. Uncluttered design with a straight apron featuring a simple shaped detail at the centre repeated in the brackets on the sides. Raised on slim tapering square stiles. Lovely early timbers of particularly good colour and grain. Oak panelled sides, single piece elm back board (note the dovetailing into the stiles). Excellent condition, with some old marks and repairs to the top. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 72½”, depth 17″, height 32″.
Edwardian era Arts & Crafts walnut and tile top table or plant stand c.1905. Maker unknown but in the manner of Shapland & Petter of Barnstaple. Top with original bottle green and ochre coloured tiles arranged in a chequerboard pattern set within a walnut frame with moulded edge. Raised on slim legs with bobbin turnings and a pad foot, set at a flared angle for stability and jointed with a useful stretcher shelf, all in solid walnut. With a repair where the shelf meet one leg and a chip to one foot. Otherwise very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 22″, depth 16″, height 27″.
Early 19th.c. oak joint stool c.1810. Fine example of the form with a single piece top with rounded edge raised on four turned and block legs joined with low stretchers. Solid oak throughout, pegged construction. Good colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 18″, depth 12″, height 17½”.
George III mahogany bachelor’s chest of drawers c.1790. Useful small proportions, just 37″ wide. Solid mahogany top with an applied thumb moulding over four long drawers of graduated depth, the top drawer being divided into three sections, plus a brushing slide. Cockbeaded drawer fronts with brass swan neck handles. Shaped bracket feet front and rear. Mahogany drawer linings and original deal backboards. Excellent condition and lovely mellow colour, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 37″, depth 20½”, height 34½.
Very smart early 19th.c. French Empire style bookcase or side cabinet c.1810. Thick black marble top over a glazed two door cabinet with three adjustable shelves inside. Plus a single drawer hidden in the apron which is held closed on a sprung catch only accessible from inside the bookcase which is itself held closed with an unusual original lock which catches both above and below the right hand door. Well figured mahogany veneers and lovely crisp brass mounts featuring winged lions and eagles heads, Classical/Babylonian motifs typical of the Empire style. Also raised on large carved claw feet. A few very small chips to the marble, otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 38″, depth 15½”, height 55½”
Splendid late 19th.c. dinner gong c.1890. 15″ diameter gong with a patterned face hung on a good quality oak stand with turned supports, reeded detail and bracket feet. Sold complete with original clapper. New hanging cord, otherwise very good original condition.
Dimensions: width 21″, depth 10″, height 36″.
Late 19th.c. adjustable shaving or make-up mirror and stand c.1880. 9″ diameter mirror with bevelled edge in a brass bezel on a walnut board. The angle and height of the mirror is adjustable with ball joint at the rear and telescopic brass column. Over a 15″ diameter walnut table with raised and moulded edge, also height adjustable. Heavy gauge brass column with a pointed finial, on a heavy cast iron base with claw feet and the original large black ceramic castors. Slight twist to the table, otherwise excellent condition, original through.
Dimensions: width 15″, depth 15″, height 50-68″.
Late 19th.c. burr walnut open bookshelf with drawers c.1880. Useful small size, just 40″ wide, and unusual design with two small drawers over two adjustable shelves and two more drawers in the base. Top with symmetrically arranged burr walnut veneers and a deep thumb moulded edge. Moulded drawer fronts with burr centres and original turned knobs. Applied scrolling acanthus leaf and floral carvings. Raised on a moulded plinth. Some old wear to the top, otherwise excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 14″, height 48″.
Early 20th.c. Queen Anne style wall mirror with an unusual blue lacquered frame c.1930. Original shaped mirror plate within a slim moulded frame decorated with a raised gold floral detail against a deep blue ground. Minor tarnish to the mirror and some spots of wear to the frame.
Dimensions: width 24″, height 36″.