Leather Chair with Footstool.


Mid 20th.c. Studded Leather chair with matching footstool, c.1960. X-frame design in mahogany with regency style scrolling arms. Excellent condition with original pleasantly worn leather and solid brass casters. Some slight damage to one arm.

Chair: width 28”, depth 24”, height 32”.
Stool: width 25”, depth 19”, height 18”.

Edwardian Mahogany Desk.


Quality mahogany Edwardian period pedestal writing desk c.1905. Original brass handles and locks and hardwood drawer linings. The desk has an unusual original brass gallery around part of the top  and a new dark red leather skiver has been fitted . Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 48″, depth 25½”, height 29″.

19th.c. Ebonised Daybed.


Attractive late 19th.c. ebonised daybed c.1880 with traces of the original gilded scratch carving. Retains the original pot castors and vintage upholstery which although serviceable has  some signs of wear and old marks (not too noticeable). In very good unrestored condition.

Dimensions: width 27″, length 71″, height 27″.

15 Framed Hermès Scarves.


Stunning collection of 15 mid 20th.c. Hermès scarves. Depicting the diverse range of designs and colours available, with each presented behind glass in a gilt frame, with twin hooks to the rear to allow hanging.
Founded in 1837, Hermès originally manufactured harness and bridle equipment in Paris. It took another hundred years before the company would design a scarf, using the same silk that lined its riding jackets. The first print, called “Jeu des Omnibus et Dames blanches,” debuted in 1937.
Excellent original condition, each scarf bears the ‘Hermès-Paris’ mark.

Dimensions: width 39½”, depth 1½”, height 39½”.

Art Nouveau Music Cabinet.


Attractive tray top art nouveau music cabinet, c.1905. Serpentine tray and drawer fronts with inlaid satinwood crossbanding, all raised on cabriole legs. Five drawers with patented fold down fronts make for an ideal filing cabinet and are comfortably sized for A4 paper. Presented in excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops, retaining the original copper and brass handles.

Dimensions: width 39½”, depth 1½”, height 39½”.

Oak Side Table.


Quality early 18th.c. style Oak side or serving table c.1900. Useful size at just over six feet long, of narrow form with rounded ends. Carved cup and cover baluster legs, typical of the period. Completely original condition.

Dimensions: width 73”, depth 21½”, height 30½”.

Rare 19th.c. Twin Perambulator.


An original rarity, a late 19th.c. four wheeled twin perambulator, c.1890. Excellent condition with original porcelain handle and some paint still visible. Some characterful wear to the leather and ‘lino’ type material to the footrests. Frame is solid and sturdy.

Dimensions: width 32”, depth 43½”, height 39½”.

Late 19th.c. Pine & Oak Extending Dining Table.


Sizable late 19th.c. oak and pine extending dining table c.1895. 1¾” pine top with two additional leaves, above an oak undercarriage on original brass and pot casters. Extends to eight feet and seats 8 – 10. Excellent original condition throughout, the mechanism is in good working order and the top has been re-polished in our workshops. Original winder supplied.

Dimensions: width 48”, length 60”/96”, height 30”.