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”.
Attractive late 19th.c. mahogany bedside locker c.1890. Solid mahogany top with moulded edge over a panelled door with an unusual marquetry inlay of a flower head and original art nouveau brass handle. Raised on long shpaped legs. With a design number on the rear. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 18”, depth 16”, height 31”.
Good looking late 18th.c. oak coffer. Flat (rather than paneled top) with bold 19th century carvings to the panels and top rail and two useful drawers in the base. Paneled sides and rear, oak drawer linings. Excellent condition and a particularly good colour.
Dimensions: width 48”, depth 20”, height 30”.
Good quality Edwardian oak pedestal desk c.1895. Useful 48″ x 27″ top with leather writing surface and three drawers on twin graduated drawer pedestals. Shaped drawer fronts, moulded detail and original brass handles. Hardwood drawer linings and original locks. The rear of the desk is polished making it suitable to stand in the centre of a room. Excellent colour and condition. Repaired, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 27″, height 29½”.
I have always thought these mid 19th.c. cylinder or column shaped bedside cabinets were great looking things – an early design classic perhaps? Ideal for the bedroom of course but definately worthy of a place in a living room as a useful little lamp table with storage. Fine example here with a white marble top set within a wide moulded lip to stop things rolling off. Mahogany veneered body and plinth, flame mahogany door with a white porcelain knob with brass collar. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 16”, height 28½”.
Welcome back everyone – hope you are all enjoying a good Christmas. To get things going again here on the blog we have for sale a pair of these stylish looking mid 19th.c. footstools. C.1860. with a square upholstered pad on an elegantly moulded rosewood base and turned bun feet. Very good condition with clean vintage covers.
Dimensions: width 14”, depth”, height 8”.
Impressive large late 19th.c. mahogany wardrobe and clothes press c.1890. Affording hanging space, a full length dressing mirror, sliding shelves for linens etc (which could be easily removed to make more hanging space) and plenty of useful drawer space. Fabulous quality cabinet making by the London makers J.Ridge of Croydon. The ‘plumb pudding’ mahogany veneers on the door panels and drawer fronts are laid onto solid mahognay groundwork, also with solid mahogany sides and drawer linings. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops, boasting original heavy cast brass handles, locks and mirror plate. Key supplied.
Dimenssions: width 86″, depth 22, height 81″.