Impressive mid 19th.c. mahogany bookcase c.1860. Unusual low waisted design with two doors over two large drawers in the base. Large moulded cornice over arched glazed panel doors with carved detail to the tops and four adjustable shelves inside each section. Further carved detail either side of the doors plus carved handles to the drawer fronts. Solid mahogany sides and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Original locks, keys supplied. Splits into two pieces plus cornice and plinth for ease of delivery.
Dimensions: width 75″, height 18″, height 84″.
Attractive Queen Anne style mahogany dressing or cheval mirror on stand c.1930. Useful narrow dimensions, just 17″ wide. Shaped mirror in a crossbanded frame on a slim mahogany stand with turned finials, brass mirror adjusters and a turned stretcher. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 17″, depth at foot 18″, height 63″.
Unusual little early 20th.c. double ended French daybed c.1930. Stands as a backless window seat, or for the end of a bed perhaps, one arm lowers to two alternative positions whilst the other end lifts off completely to make a daybed or chaise longue. In beautifully worn tan leather with a loose seat cushion in a vintage pattern striped cotton ticking. Raised on tapering oak legs. Lovely colour and condition, minor distress to the leather and missing a coupleof brass studs.
Dimensions: width 62″, depth 28″, height 28″.
Mid 19th.c. rosewood bedroom or nursing chair c.1850 retaining the original tapestry covers with beadwork deatil. High backrest with shaped top and carved detail over a low seat raised on cabriole front legs with a scrolling feet and original white porcelain castors. Very good original condition, with some missing areas beadwork.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 17″, height 37″.
Superb pair of 1950’s pub advertising mirrors for Border Ales of Wrexham here in North Wales. Each with bevelled glass, the slogan ‘Wine of Wales’ and a splendid heraldic style red dragon rampant. Original moulded oak frames. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, height 24″, depth 1″.
Delightful 19th.c. Italian portrait in oil on canvas of the 16th.c. beatified priest Filippo Neri (1515 – 1595). As befits a man renowned for his good temper and wit, he is sensitively painted here with a kindly smiling face, clutching a white lilly, symbol of purity. Some minor damage at the edges of the canvas, presented on the original stretcher in the original moulded and gilded frame.
Dimensions: width 25″, height 30″, depth 2″.
Without doubt the largest cut glass table lamp we have ever seen. A fabulous example, standing 18″ tall, in heavy glass with cut hobnail and star shaped decoration. Excellent condition with original chome fitting. and no chips or cracks. Freshly rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: height 18″, max diameter 13″.
Fabulous antique top hat (6″x 7¾” internal dimensions) and leather top hat case c.1900. In beautifully soft black silk plush with a ribbed ribbon. ‘Superior Finish trademark to the interior. Obvious wear to the underside of the brim and in need of re-lining, otherwise in very good condition. Shaped heavy duty brown leather carry case with brass fittings and traces of luggage labels, lined in red velvet. Damaged straps and missing the lock clasp.
Case dimensions: width 13½”, depth 12″, height 10″.
Good looking early 20th.c. carved oak kneehole desk c.1920. 55″ x 28″ top with original faux leather writing surface over two banks of three drawers with writing slides to each. Panelled oak sides, rear and drawer fronts with lots of good carved detail. Unusual wrought steel handles and raised on reeded bun feet. Oak drawer linings. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 55″, depth 28″, height 30″.