Fine mid 19th.c. cast iron hall stand by the world renowned Coalbrookdale foundry c.1850. Five coat and hat hooks on a sinuous scrolling frame of naturalistic form. Stamped on the reverse C.B. Dale Co. together with the registration number 100228 and a lozenge mark. With a crack across the central column, the stand retains its strength thanks to the the undamaged side supports. With original foliate pattern drip tray.
Dimensions: width 24”, depth 12”, height 70”.
Superior quality mid 19th.c. marble top washstand or dressing table c.1860. Original extravagantly shaped white marble top with splash back and shelf and thumb moulded edge. On a shaped mahogany veneered base with a single drawer and unusual pierced front leg with a large carved and turned finial at the centre. Shaped pot board plinth below. With a makers stamp below the marble by T.Feetham of Hull. Excellent condition with just two very small chips the edge of the marble.
Dimensions: width 48”, depth 20”, height 43”.
Wonder if anyone out there can identify the coat of arms on this 19th.c. hand painted heraldic crest? In oil on board, featuring a black lion rampant, below a helmet and hawk with arrows, together with the motto ‘Virtus est Honor’ (Strength and Honor). Excellent condition, in a period rosewood frame.
Dimensions: width 13″, height 17″, depth 1″.
Stunning little Edwardian inalid mahogany chest of drawers c.1905. Just 31″ wide, a single shallow ‘glove’ drawer over three deeper drawers, with matched flame mahogany veneered fronts across which runs an exceptional inlay and parquetry work design. Raised on neat little bracket feet. Fine quality with solid mahogany top, sides and drawer linings. Excellent condition, retaining the original brass knobs and handles. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 31″, depth 22″, height 36″.
A couple of good looking late 19th.c. steamer or travel trunks c.1890. One classic domed top example in timber with metal bindings and leather handles. The other is more unusual, of wicker with heavy black tar cloth covering and leather and brass fittings. Painted on each side (and underneath) is the logo of the White Star Line shipping co. of Titanic fame. Though there is some obvious wear and the lock no longer works, condition is surprisingly good, with original lining fabric and top tray and an attractive points of the compass threadwork decoration to the inside of the lid.
Both trunks provide useful storage solutions with great character for a living or bedroom. The wooden chest measures: width 36″, depth 20″, height 24″, the White Star Line chest measures width 30″, depth 21″, height 25″.
Lovely little late Georgian mahogany side table c.1800. Well figured serpentine shaped top with inlaid border and crossbanded edge over a single oak lined drawer with matched veneers and a repeat of the serpentine shape. On slim tapering legs with an interesting inlaid pointed arch detail to the fronts and terminating in a neat block foot. Excellent condition, very unusually it retains the original and particularly attractive handles and escutcheon. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 21″, height 30½”.
Beautiful mid 19th.c. bow front mahogany chest of drawers c.1860. Classic configuration of two over three drawers of graduated depth and good large size offering plenty of storage for clothes and linen. Superiour quality with particularly well figured flame mahogany veneers to the top and drawer fronts plus mahogany crossbanding and ebony inlays. Retaining the original knobs and bobbin turned bun feet. Solid mahogany sides and oak drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 23″, height 43½”.
Very unusual little oak side cabinet c.1900. Fabulous quality with a beautiful carved and pierced Gothic arch window detail to the door, panelled sides and pollard oak crossbanding to the top. With a single loose shelf to the interior.Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 13″, height 36″.
Late 19th.c. painted pine kitchen or pantry cupboard c.1890.Of simple design with two panelled doors with original catch and knob opening to reveal 3 slatted shelves of 12″ depth. Excellent condition with original paintwork, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 42″, depth 15″, height 42″.