Queen Anne Desk.

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Very pretty little early 20th.c. Queen Anne style writing bureau c.1930. Just 24″ wide with a fall front bureau with fitted interior of drawers, pigeon holes and a lockable compartment over one long drawer and two small. Beautifully figured burr walnut veneers with a crossbanded edge and ebony stringing, inverted serpentine shaped front edge and an arched apron kneehole. Raised on slim cabriole legs with carved detail to the knees and pad feet. Oak drawer linings. Excellent condition with original brass handles. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 18″, height 39″.

Gillows Style Side Table.

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Elegant little early 19th.c. mahogany side table very much in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster c.1830. Just 30″ wide with a single piece solid mahogany top with rounded edge over a single drawer raised on fabulous Gillows style reeded legs with turned feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 18″, height 30″.

Camphorwood Campaign Chest.

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Classic late 19th.c. military officer’s campaign chest c.1880. In solid camphorwood, a fragrant and pest resistant timber which helped protect contents during passage. Further strengthened with brass corners and bindings, with a flush fitting handle to the lid and heavy duty cast iron carry handles to each side. Great charcter with some old wear and repairs, and a particularly good colour. Cleaned and polished in our workshop.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 21″, height 18″.

Edwardian Gent’s Clothes Press.

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Fine quality little Edwardian mahogany bow fronted gentleman’s clothes press or tallboy c.1905. Two door cupboard fitted with two shelves over three long drawers of graduated depth. Beautifully veneered flame mahogany door and drawer fronts with inlaid stringing. Neat crossbanded cornice, original brass handes and shaped bracket feet front and rear. Solid mahogany sides and oak drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 32″, depth 22″, height 60″.

Oak Side Cupboard.

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Sixteenth century style aumbry or side cabinet c.1930. Single door cupboard of useful size with beautifuly carved Gothic tracery pierced front typical of the form. An aumbry (or ambry) was originally a term used for a recessed wall cupboard in a church in which were kept consecrated vestments and vessels. In medieval times it began to be used for a domestic cupboards, typically with a ventilated front, in which valuable household objects, wine and food were kept.
A fine example in solid oak throughout with a single piece top and sides. Shaped sides and front, carved and moulded detail and period style wrought iron handle and hinges. With a single shelf to the inside. Oak backboards and floor. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in ur workshops.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 16″, height 41″.

Pair Drawer Pedestals.

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Smart pair of superior quality mahogany drawer pedestals c.1880. Solid mahogany tops with a moulded edge and canted front corners over four graduated drawers with crisply turned mahogany knobs and hardwood linings. Ideal as bedside cabinets. Excellent quality and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 17”, depth 23”, height 28”

Chinese Table.

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Exceptional Chinese rosewood side or tea table c.1910. Unusual design with stepped two tier lower shelves and a pierced frieze below the top continued around each side. Shaped legs and stretchers, raised mouldings around both the shelves and top. Excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 16”, depth 12”, height 28”.

Narrow Drawers.

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Useful little Edwardian mahogany bank of drawers c.1910. Just 18” wide with six drawers of graduated depth with flame mahogany drawer fronts, brass knobs and a lock to each. Raised on tall bracket feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.

Dimensions: width 18”, depth 16”, height 43”.