Super quality Edwardian era Arts and Crafts style oak hallway stick or umbrella stand c.1905. Unusual design and solid oak construction with two triangular sections for sticks or umbrellas. Shaped top rail, carved rose detail and arched apertures to the front with slatted fronts. Excellent colour and condition with original removable drip trays.
Dimensions: width 28”, depth 9”, height 32”.
Beautiful and rare pair of Regency or Empire style upholstered side chairs c.1810. Mahogany frames of particularly good patina with a carved lotus leaf motif beside the seat borrowed from Egyptian art (a fashionable design source during the Regency period). Shaped front leg with scroll detail at knee and foot. Presented in unrestored condition, with some old damage and distressed silk brocade covers.
Dimensions: width 19”, depth 18”, height 32”.
Neat little early 20th.c. canework or bergere suite of two seater sofa and matching pair of armchairs c.1920. Useful small dimensions, solid mahogany frame featuring shaped arms with carved acanthus leaf detail, shaped and carved apron and crisply carved ball and claw feet. Very comfortable with loose feather filled cushions. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Recently upholstered in a smooth plaid fabric, the covers are very clean.
Dimensions: sofa 51”, depth 30”, height 32”.
Set of 8 early 20th.c. oak dining chairs c.1920. Original leather upholstered backrests with brass studs and carved detail. Barley twist front legs and arm supports to the carvers. Very good condition, solid and sturdy with clean upholstery to the seat pads.
Dimensions: Carvers – width 25”, depth 21”, height 42”.
Chairs – width 18”, depth 18”, height 38”.
Stylish Art Deco wall mirror c.1930. Unusual geometric design featuring a plain square mirror set within a circle of copper coloured mirror. Concentric circles are etched across both with further shaped detail at the corners and edges. Some minor tarnish and chips to the edge (at about 2 o’clock on the circular mirror). Original through.
Stunning little bombe bureau bookcase of continental origin, probably Dutch, c.1900. Just 28” wide with a velvet lined display top over a writing bureau with fitted interior of small drawers and pigeon holes over three large drawers. Pronounced bombe shape with beautifully figured walnut veneers with mahogany crossbanding to the fall and drawer fronts. With elaborate gilded brass mounts, handles and escutcheon plates, a carved, pierced and gilded frieze across the bottom and carved and gilded feet. Superior quality with bevelled glass and oak drawer linings. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 28”, depth 18”, height 77”.
Exceptional Edwardian mahogany bow fronted display cabinet c.1905. Large single door display top with 21 individual bowed glass panels, two glass shelves and silk lining. Over a blind door cupboard in the base, raised on tapering square legs, joined with a stretcher shelf with serpentine front edge. Stylish stepped cornice with dental parquetry over a graceful inlaid detail. Crossbanded panels in the base with further inlaid detail. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 48”, depth 18”, height 78”.
Harlequin set of 10 mid 19th.c. mahogany balloon back dining chairs c.1860. Two slightly different designs here but both with attractive crown top back rests and turned front legs. Very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Serviceable upholstery, though as the seat pads are loose it would be simple job to recover them.
Dimensions: width 18”, depth 22”, height 34”.
Very handsome mid 19th.c. mahogany bookcase c.1850. Two door glazed top with adjustable shelves over a two door chiffonier base with a single drawer in the waist. Flared cornice, arched glazing repeated as raised panels on the base, shaped drawer front and applied carved corbels. Excellent condition cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 20″, height 83″.
Been watching Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell on the telly? Fabulous interiors but deary me they smashed a lot of nice mirrors last week! Recreate the look with this somewhat distressed 19th.c. overmantle mirror frame. Condition is not great with a break to the frame on the left hand side, missing mouldings and damage to the classical gesso frieze at the top. Sold as seen and on the understanding that if it turns out to be a portal to a terrifying word of fantasy and magic we’re not responsible OK?
Dimensions: width 66”, height 81”, depth 2”.