Cute little pair of mid 20th.c. oriental hardwood bedside cabinets. Single drawer over a two door cupboard base. Panelled top and sides with a carved Chinese seal detail to the drawer and door fronts. Raised on neat little carved block feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 18″, depth 13″, height 21″.
Fresh on the floor this morning having been cleaned and polished in our workshops we have this Edwardian walnut bookcase display. Unusual low waisted design with a tall two door glazed bookcase top with adjustable shelves over a low two drawer base. Excellent quality with carved fluted detail each side of the doors, burr walnut veneered drawer fronts, solid walnut sides and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition. Original glass handles and locks. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 56″, depth 17″. height 79″.
Very smart Edwardian mahogany serpentine front gent’s clothes press c.1910. Cupboard top fitted with three sliding shelves over four drawers. Beautiful veneered detail to the door and drawer fronts with symmetrical flame mahogany centre cartouche surrounded by crossbanded border and inlaid stringing. Shaped cornice and plinth, faux columns with carved ribbon detail and raised on four large turned and reeded bun feet. Excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Original handles.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 28″, height 88″.
Great looking pair of modern three seater knole sofas by the quality bespoke British furniture manufacturers Peter Guild. Generous three seater sofas, 7’4” long with drop sides held with gold braided rope around heavy brass finials. Supremely comfortable with loose cushions to the seat, rear and arms. Both sofas are in excellent condition with spotlessly clean upholstery. Conforms to modern fine regulations.
Dimensions: width 88”, depth 36”, height 32”.
Splendid pair of Edwardian mahogany and bergere easy armchairs c.1905. Square top, low back mahogany frames with unusual carved leaf pattern detail to the arm, repeated at the base. Bergere or canework backrest and double panelled sides. Raised on well carved claw feet to the front and rear. Supremely comfortable with loose, feather filled cushions to the seat and back. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops and freshly upholstered.
Dimensions: width 30”, depth 32”, height 32”.
Very large mid 18th.c. Oak gateleg dining table c.1760. Rare in this size, it will comfortably seat 10 people. Plank top on an exceptional ‘spider’ double gateleg base featuring 8 barley twist carved legs and stretchers. A well travelled table this, and one with a tantalising history. Although certainly of British origin, it was discovered on Saint Helena, the tiny volcanic island in the Southern Atlantic to where Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled following his defeat a the battle of Waterloo. From there it was moved to South Africa before making its way back to North Wales several decades ago. Could it be that the man who once ruled that vast Empire brooded on his decline whilst eating his pomme frites at this very table?
Condition is solid and sturdy with some earlier repairs to the top and a couple of holes to one end around a knot in the timber.
Dimensions: width 71”, depth 23”/69”, height 30”.
Fine pair of early 20th.c. Chinese carved hardwood figures c.1920. Beautifully carved as bald-headed monks or priests with prayer beads and a long whip or fly swat. With inlaid eyes and teeth. Minor damage at the base, otherwise excellent colour and condition.
Dimensions: width 6”, depth 5”, height 11”.
Handsome set of six Edwardian mahogany dining chairs c.1905. Queen Anne style frames with shaped cresting rail and backrest over a removable upholstered seat pad. Cabriole front legs with a pad foot, turned rear legs and stretchers. Excellent condition with freshly upholstered seats.
Dimensions: width 21”, depth 17”, height 39”.