Superb 8 feet long mid 19th.c. pine farmhouse kitchen dining table c.1860. Inch thick four plank top of particularly good colour on tapering square legs. Great rustic character with quite a bit of obvious wear to the top and a repair to one side (probably where there was originally a small knife drawer fitted). Otherwise good condition, solid and sturdy.
Dimensions: width 35”, length 96”, height 28½”.
Fine reproduction set of six Georgian style Windsor armchairs in very attractive pale ash timber. Good faithful copies with turned spindles and a pierced back splat over a generous saddle seat with cabriole shaped front legs joined with a bowed ‘crinoline’ stretcher. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 23”, depth 22”, height 41”.
Impressive Edwardian era taxidermy Cormorant c.1910. A fine specimen and superb naturalistic taxidermy, posed stood on a rock amongst grasses in the process of swallowing a small brown trout. Presented in the original case, glazed on three sides with traces of a label to the interior for the taxidermists J Mountney of Cardiff whose work can be found in the National Museum. Excellent original condition.
Dimensions: width 23”, depth 11”, height 35”.
Neat little inlaid French cabinet c.1910. Serpentine fronted with a single drawer over two doors, with floral inlay to the top. Oak lined, with mahogany and rosewood veneers, and original gilded mounts on cabriole legs. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 16”, depth 12½”, height 29”.
Fabulous example of the classic 19th.c. officer’s campaign chest of drawers in mahogany by Ross & Co. of Dublin, perhaps the greatest name in Victorian campaign furniture, c.1870. With two short drawers over three long, there is also another shallow drawer for stationery and valuables,with original velvet lining, hidden abover the upper right hand drawer.
Designed to travel with an officer on long military campaigns it solidly constructed with solid mahogany top, sides and front and ash drawer linings. To further protect it from the rigours of travel the feet can be easily unscrewed to pack inside, whilst corners and edges are protected with brass bindings and the handles are flush fitting. Original maker’s label for Ross & Co. lists their address as 9,10 & 11 Ellis Quay Dublin. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops, with original feet and brass work. Keys supplied.
A later label from a Surrey depository dated 1962 lists the owner at the time as a Major M. Wilson.
Dimensions: width 39”, depth 19¼”, height 44½”.
Quality early 20th.c. Queen Anne style oak bureau bookcase c.1910. 3 adjustable shelves behind astragal glazed doors, all over a sliding cantilever fitted interior, with original ink bottles and leather. Three serpentine fronted drawers supported on cup and cover turned legs and flattened bun feet, with a cross stretcher. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 37”, depth 19¾”, height 88”.
Fine pair of early 20th.c. leather Bothy type chairs, c.1925. Solid oak construction throughout, retaining the original leather arms and embossed back, all attractively mellowed with age. Freshly reupholstered base and removable seat cushion. Cup and cover baluster arm supports, typical of the Tudor style of this period. Presented in good solid condition, with some restoration to the leather on one arm, and earlier repairs to the backs.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 32″, height 29½”.