Oak Longcase Clock.


Watkin Owen oak longcase clock c.1800. Classic Conwy valley case with particularly good patination and colour, floral detail to the corners of the face with attractive original oak and brass capitals to the hood columns. Excellent condition, original throughout, the works have been overhauled and cleaned and the case has been polished in our workshops. Sold with a 12 month guarantee.

Dimensions: width 20″, depth 9″, height 84″.

Pair Marble Top Cabinets.


Attractive pair of continental bedside cabinets, c.1910. ‘Bombe’ kingwood cabinet bases, under original marble tops (marked Paris). Two drawers with shaped fronts continue the bombe form and feature decorative floral inlays. Slender cabriole legs with uncommon full length brass sabots. Excellent condition, with original ormolu mountings. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 16½”, depth 12″, height 29″.

Bentwood Hat Stand.


Fine example of an early 20th.c. bentwood hat stand by famed manufacturer Thonet c.1910. Designed to stand against a wall, with a three branch crown featuring double hooks for coats and hats over a tripod base with a semicircular hoop for umbrellas and sticks. Excellent condition, with manufacturer stamp to the base. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 28″, depth 16″, height 80″.

George V Oak Bookcase.


Four door geroge V oak bookcase, c.1910. Unusually shallow at just a foot in depth , with thumb carved frieze to the front. Eight shelves behind the four nine-panel astragal glazed doors, all raised on bun feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in pour workshops, keys supplied.

Dimensions: width 79″, depth 12″, height 42″.

Rosewood Framed Settee.


Elegant late 19th.c. three seater settee c.1880. Graceful shaped frame and legs in solid rosewood with carved floral frieze to the cresting rail. Sprung upholstered backrest and seat with a small upholstered armrest. Raised on four cabriole legs across the front, with original brass collared castors with woodedn wheels. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Clean and serviceable covers.

Dimensions: width 65″, depth 33″, height 39″.

Elm Dough Bin.


Early 19th century elm dough bin c.1820 with a rectangular top and chamfered legs. The divider inside can be removed. Attractive colouring and in excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 43″, depth 18″, height 32″.

Butcher’s Block.


Fabulous early 20th.c. butcher’s block with drawers c.1930. Almost 6 feet long with a monolithic 7” deep slab of end grain beech blocks riven and worn to a series of beautifully smooth curves by years of use. Surrounded by a frame with slots for knives, iron tightening bolts and large exposed dovetails. On a sturdy beech base with square legs and castors, featuring two large drawers with massive chromed ring handles. Superb colour.

Dimensions: width 71”, depth 28”, height”.

Art Deco Walnut Bedroom Suite.


Stylish Art Deco style bedroom suite by L. Serlin & Sons of Tottenham London c.1935. Comprising two wardrobes, a dressing table with large and original mirror and a superb pair of bedside cupboards with drawers. Also included is a standard double sized headboard. Striking modernist design with rounded corners and shaped fronts in beautifully figured and symmetrically arranged ‘countess’ burr walnut veneer, with oak linings. Original throughout with a fitted interior to the smaller of the two wardrobes. Minor tarnish to the dressing table mirror, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dressing Table – width 47”, depth 20”, height 61”.
Large Wardrobe – width 48”, depth 25”, height 73”.
Small Wardrobe – width 42”, depth 22”, height 68”.
Bedside Cabinets – width 14½”, depth 15”, height 26”.
Headboard  – width 54”, depth 2½”, height 39”.