Beautiful Edwardian brass and oak revolving newspaper or magazine rack c.1905. Of exceptional quality with square section brass tube handle and rack on an oak base with moulded edge. Revolving on a triangular tripod base with shaped feet. Excellent condition, original throughout, stamped Hall BM on the underside.
Dimensions: width 14”, depth 6”, height 32”.
Handsome early 19th.c. rosewood side table c.1835. Stands flat against the wall or turn and open the top to make a useful square table for four with a green baize for playing cards etc and a storage well below. Well figured rosewood veneers, crossbanded edge to the interior and attractive carved detail Raised on an elegant octagonal section column, repeated in the shape of the feet. Very good condition with original brass hinges.
Dimensions: width 36”, depth 18”/36”, height 29”.
Delightful little Regency mahogany chaise longue or daybed c.1820. Of unusually small proportions, just 52” long, with an extravagantly scrolled top rail, loose cushions, and sabre legs with brass feet and castors. The carved papyrus bud and leaf detail to the front of the arm and legs is typical the Regency period’s taste for Egyptian ornamental motifs. Very good conition, solid and sturdy with clean covers.
Dimensions: length 52”, depth 24”, height 33”.
A bit of Hollywood style glamour in the shop this morning with this very stylish Art Deco wardrobe c.1930. Of strikingly modernist or machine age design, the doors and sides decorated with graduated bands of pale birch veneers divided with crossbanded strips of the same. Rounded corners and raised on a walnut veneered plinth. Excellent condition with original chrome handles and hinges. Interior fitted with hanging rails and hat box.
Dimensions: width 48”, depth 22”, height 72”
Unusual little Edwardian drinks cabinet on stand c.1910. Leather bound strong box style top with brass stud work and decorative piereced brass hinge and escutcheon plates. On an oak stand with slide-out leaf for pouring drinks and a single drawer below with reeded and pieced detail on stout barley twist legs and stretchers on turned bun feet. Excellent quality with full length ‘piano’ hinges to the doors, a strong locking mechanism and oak drawer linings.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 18″, height 50″.
Stylish early 19th.c. French walnut marble top chest of drawers or ‘commode’ c.1830. Well figured and original grey marble top over four chestnut lined drawers with matched walnut veneered drawer fronts and brass drop handles. Excellent condition. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 23″, height 37″.
Spectacular 18th.c. style oak drawer leaf refectory table. c.1920. Exceptional quality being of solid oak construction throughout. With extra table leaves pulling out from both ends of the table it extends to an impressive total length of 11 feet to comfortably seat 12 people. Raised on massive turned baluster legs, joined by a floor level stretcher. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 72″/132″, width 32, height 30″.
Fantastic late 19th.c. black lacquered three plate overmantle mirror c.1890 with delightful hand painted panels of birds. The use of black ‘Japanning’ and pained panels the reflect the taste for the exotic popular with the fashionable Aesthetic Movement of the day. Above the birds are shelves for standing a pair of vases or figures for display against the mirrors. Excellent condition with original mirror plates.
Dimensions: width 68″, height 48″.