Delightful late 19th.c. cabinet maker’s apprentice piece mahogany child’s rocking chair c.1890. Moulded spindles and shaped arms on turned supports over solid seat boards. On the original and attractively shaped rockers. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 16″, depth 21″, height 26″.
Great quality little early 20th.c. oak kneehole desk c.1930. Stylish and unusual inverted breakfront design with leather top writing surface and step moulded edge over bow fronted drawers. Unusual moulded trim and original brass handles. Solid oak sides and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned polished and fitted with a new leather skiver in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 24″, height 30″.
Very stylish early 19th.c. French Louis Phillipe era marble top chest of drawers c.1830. Original grey marble top with rounded corners and a moulded edge over four long drawers. Typical of the style, applied and carved decoration is forgoed in favour of exceptionally well figured flame mahogany veneers arranged in a symmetrical pattern across the front and sides of the chest. Beautiful condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Original locks, keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 24″, height 34″.
First to feature against our hot new background colour we have this fine late 19th.c. convex wall mirror c.1890. Original 11½” diameter convex mirror plate with ebonised slip in a gilded frame with applied ball decoration. Topped with a splendid raucous looking carved wooden cockerel and with further applied carved mouldings below. Very good condition, original through with some surface distress most obviously to the balls around the frame.
Dimensions: width 18″, height 27″, depth 5″.
Stunning early 20th.c. French bookcase display cabinet c.1910. Retaining the original and unusual marble top, of excellent figuring and with a moulded edge. Over a two door glazed bookcase with adjustable shelves and useful ‘blind’ cupboard space below. The beautiful tulipwood veneers are arranged symmetrically across the doors and sides with inlaid marquetry work panels and stringing in contrasting timbers. With original crisply cast ormolu mounts at the upper corners, escutcheon plates and below the doors. Raised on short tapering and fluted legs with brass mounts. Excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and polished in our workshops, key supplied.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 14″, height 69″.
Handsome and unusual late 19th.c. combined standard lamp and two tier table c.1890. Brass column lamp standard, height adjustable with a turn of the middle collar. Set within two solid rosewood shelves with thumb moulded edges. Raised on turned brass column supports and legs ending in shaped feet. Excellent condition, cleaned, rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: w 17″, depth 13″, height to bulb 64″/ 84″.
Good looking late Georgian oak dresser base c.1800. Useful small size, just 59″ wide, with a mahogany crossbanded top with moulded edge over three drawers, also crossbanded. Attractively shaped apron across the front and sides and raised on shaped front legs with pad feet. Solid oak sides and drawer linings. Shrinkage has left a split to the right hand side, otherwise condition is very good, solid and sturdy and cleaned in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 59″, depth 17″, height 31″.
Superb pair of walnut Art Deco bedside cabinets c.1930. Featuring beautifully figured burr walnut veneers arranged symmetrically across the tops and faceted door fronts . With an octagonal section bakelite handle, carved swag detail at the base and raised on short bracket feet. A true pair with left and right hand opening doors, very well matched for colour. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 15″, depth 18″, height 32″.
A highlight amongst recent arrivals here at the warehouse, we are delighted to present this unique mid 19th.c. painted rosewood fold over card table c.1860. Sits flush agaist a wall or twist and open the table top to reveal a circular red baize playing surface for four set within a rosewood border painted at each corner with playing cards and scrolling foliate forms. The painting continues around the sides with a variety of flower heads whilst the closed top features a wonderful scene of a man and two ladies playing cards in a domestic interior. The scene is surrounded with painted peacock features and is titled ‘Two to One’.
The table sits upon a particularly fine carved pedestal comprising a central flared column surrounded by three gracefully shaped outer supports terminating in beautifully carved scrolls with original gilt paintwork. Further painted details around the tricorn plinth, raised on original brass castors.
An exceptional piece of furniture in beatiful condition, with fresh baize, otherwise original throughout.
Dimensions: width 36″ depth 18″/36″, height 28″.