Very unusual early 20th.c. French wall mirror c.1920. Good large size, 19″ x 24″ oval bevelled glass mirror plate within a pine frame superbly carved in high relief with wheat sheaves and flower heads. Painted finish attractively worn and faded with age. Very good condition with a little minor tarnish to the mirror plate.
Dimensions: width 32″, depth 4″, height 40″.
Spectacular early 19th.c. rosewood ‘breakfast’ dining table c.1820. Circular 52″ diameter top with beautifully figured rosewood veneers arranged in a symmetrical pattern on solid mahogany groundwork. Raised on a tapering hexagonal section column on a tripod plinth with exceptional and original brass claw feet and castors. To comfortably seat 6 people, the top can be tipped to vertical when not in use. Excellent condition, cleaned, restored and French polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 52″, height 28½”.
Edwardian mahogany two door cabinet c.1910. Probably originally intended for storing sheet music, it has a fitted interior of 8 shelves, ideal for filing and stationery etc. Raised on square legs with a tapering block foot. Excellent quality with solid mahognay panelled doors and solid sides. With a maker’s label on the rear for Hampton’s of Pall Mall London.
Dimensions: width 20″, depth 18″, height 42″.
Smart late 19th.c. tripod tilt top wine table c.1890. Single piece solid mahogany top with carved ‘pie crust’ edge on a reeded column and shaped legs with carved detail to the knees and feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 20″, height 28″.
Splendid mid 19th.c. Anglo-Indian carved writing table c.1860. Rosewood gadrooned edge top over two drawers raised on carved and pierced legs joined with a shaped stretcher. Exuberantly carved on both sides with crisp foliate detail. Hardwood drawer linings. Unfortunately the original leather skiver has been lost, otherwise very good unrestored condition.
Dimensions: width 52”, depth 30”, height 30”.
Early 20th.c. French porter’s chair c.1930. Carved chestnut frame, domed and upholstered canopy top and loose feather filled seat cushion, raised on shaped and carved legs. Minor damage and some areas of white paint to portions of the frame, otherwise excellent condition, freshly upholstered in a pale linen.
Dimensions: width 31”, depth 25”, height 62”.
Useful little early 20th.c. mahogany ‘pencil’ bookcase by the celebrated English maker’s Rackstraw of Worcester c.1950. Just 19” wide with an arch top glazed bookcase over a single drawer and cupboard base. Moulded cornice, shaped detail to the glazing bars and well figured flame mahogany drawer and door fronts. The door being crossbanded and inlaid. Maker’s label to the rear. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 19”, depth 11”, height 71”.
Beautiful early 19th.c. oak and elm dresser base c.1800. Single piece solid elm top of wonderful mellow colour and grain over three long drawers. Shaped apron with arch centre, unusual pierced detail and two further small ‘knife’ drawers. Oak drawer fronts and legs, oak panelled sides, elm backboard. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 83”, depth 18”, height 36”.
Very pretty late Georgian mahogany dressing table mirror with drawers c.1800. Original 10” x 14” mirror in a moulded frame topped with an exceptional Chippendale style pierced swan neck pediment. Angle adjustable on solid mahogany uprights with brass finials. On a caddy top plinth with two oak lined drawers raised on neat little bracket feet. Some minor tarnish to the mirror plate and a small repair to the fretwork otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 16”, depth 8”, height 24”.