3 Door Anglesey Bookcase

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Fine example of a late 19th.c. Anglesey Bookcase or Cwpwrdd Gwydr, c.1880. Three Glazed doors (centre is fixed) over a pair of long drawers. Period details include raised shield shaped panels to the three cupboard doors in the base. Original colour and condition, also retaining the original glass. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: width 62”, depth 20”, height 86”.

Pair Vintage Table Lamps.

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Good looking pair of large mid 20th.c metal table lamps c.1950. Unusual design with floral or leaf pattern detail to the main body, repeated on the base. With some distress to the paintwork, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate.

Dimensions: height to bulb 28”, diameter 6”.

19th.c. Maritime Diorama.

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Delightful early 19th.c. maritime diorama c.1810. Showing a two masted ship under a fabulous full spread of sail and flying the Union Jack. Shown against a painted sea and sky beside a second smaller boat and lighthouse. Presented in the original bird’s eye maple veneered case with original glass. In very good original condition, with some minor damage to the frame.

Dimensions: width 20”, depth 2”, height 12”.

Edwardian Corner Display.

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Small Edwardian inlaid mahogany double height corner display cabinet c.1910. Bow fronted, with astragal glazed doors and shaped shelves. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied. Splits into two for ease of delivery.
Dimensions: depth to corner 19”, height 78½”.

Adjustable Brass Club Fender.

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Unusual mid 20th.c. brass and leather club fender, adjustable in length from 53″ to 64″. Oxblood red buttoned leather seat pads on a brass frame with tubular uprights and floral detail to the corners of the plinth. Very good condition, some minor tarnish which could be polished out.
Dimensions: width 53″/64″, depth 17″, height 20″.

Empire Style Console Table.

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Imposing mid 20th.c. Empire style marble top console table c.1950. 77″ long with a well figured and shaped grey marble top on an exceptional carved and gilded mahogany base. With two small drawers in waist, a panelled backboard with gilded laurel wreath and shaped front legs terminating in large carved and gilded claw feet and joined with a useful display shelf at floor level. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 77″, depth 23″, height 33″.

4 Lead Planters.

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Right then. For the first proper post of 2015 we have this impressive set of 4 lead planters. Difficult to date, being lead (30 years perhaps) but super size and quality. 23″ diameter in solid lead with attractive cast detail. Drainage holes and supporting ring to the base. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: diameter 23″, height 9″.

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to everyone who regularly checks in here to see what’s happening in the shop. For anyone who doesn’t know how the blog works this is where you can get a first look at new stock before it is listed on the website proper. Each new blog post simultaneously appears as a tweet on our twitter feed and on the facebook page so you can keep up to date with us there if you prefer. Over 870 items were posted on the blog in 2014 so it is well worth checking in everyday to see what 2015 will bring.

Oak Chest of Drawers

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Useful little 19th.c. oak chest of drawers c.1880. Just 34” wide with two small drawers over three long ones. Single piece solid oak top and paneled sides, raised on shaped bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 34”, depth 18”, height 35”.

Oak Filing Cabinet.

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Fabulous Edwardian oak office filing cabinet c.1910. Behind the lockable rolling tambour front are 32 drawers for filing, big enough for sheets of A4 paper, all retaining their original brass label holder handles. Solid oak sides and top. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.

Dimensions: width 44″, depth 19½”, height 45½”.