Small Leather Sofa.


Great little early 20th.c. two seater leather sofa c.1920. Just 5′ wide with a shaped and raked backrest and scroll arms on an oak frame with carved and turned detail and a shaped apron. Retaining the original brown leather upholstery, beautifully worn and distressed, with decorative oversized brass stud work. Loose feather filled seat cushions with serviceable covers.
Please note we also have a single matching armchair
Dimensions: width 60″, depth 32″, height 32″.

19th.c. Lady’s Fitted Steamer Trunk.


Delightful late 19th.c. dome top steamer chest c.1890. Wooden body with tooled leather panels and iron banding. Unusually it retains the original fitted interior of loose boxes and trays, shaped to fit the domed lid and decorated with coloured paper panels and a stationery folio. General wear to the outside, the original handles have been lost and replaced with later metal grips.
Dimensions: width 32″, depth 20″, height 26″.

Victorian Luggage Stand.


Sturdy little late 19th.c. lugage stand c.1880. Solid mahogany throughout with a slatted top on four good turned legs. Wear to the top typical of age and use otherwise very good unrestored condition and an attractive mellow colour.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 15″, height 18″.

Large 19th.c. Gilded Brass Mirror.


Very unusual large early 19th.c. circular brass frame wall mirror c.1830. Stunning chased and gilded brass frame, almost 3′, diameter, heavily decorated with thistles and roses in a dense pattern in high relief. With oval lozenge and cartouch details at eight points around the circle and the original hanging hoop. Very good condition with a new bevelled glass mirror plate.
Dimensions: Diameter 34″, depth 2″.

Large Pair of 19th.c. Pine Estate Cabinets.


Fabulous pair of large painted pine estate office cabinets c.1880. Believed to be originally from the vast Glynllifon estate (formerly belonging to the Lords Newborough) near Caernarfon here in North Wales. A good looking pair of cabinets with panelled doors and shaped mouldings. Typical of the form the interiors are divided into pigeon holes of various sizes originally intended for the filing of estate papers, rent books etc. They would make superb shop fittings or storage for a collection of wine, shoes, music etc. Presented here in unrestored condition, perfectly usable but missing some mouldings and the cornice from one of the cabinets. Sold together with the massive spider that has taken up residence inside!
Dimensions: width 62”, depth 25”, height 91”.

Modernist Glass Decanter Set by A.D Copier.


Stylish Art Deco or Modernist decanter and four liqueur glasses by the celebrated Dutch designer Andries Dirk Copier for the Leerdam glassworks c.1930. Pale aqua-marine glass with octagonal section faceted stopper and stems. With a clear mark to the base of each piece. Fabulous condition with no chips or cracks.
Decanter dimensions: height 9″, diameter 4½”.

Four Penmon Limestone Troughs.


Purchased on Anglesey yesterday these four 19th.c. feed troughs. Cut from solid blocks of limestone from the island’s famous quarries at Penmon, beautifully weathered and greened with age. Ideal for use as garden planters all four have later drainage holes to the base. Working from left to right the dimensions are:
width 26″, depth 18″, height 12″.
width 22″, depth 16″, height 10″.
width 20″, depth 16″, height 13″.
width 23″, depth 17″, height 12″.

Mahogany Window Seat.


Fine mid 19th.c. mahogany window seat or hall bench c.1860. Well-chosen solid mahogany timbers used throughout. With an inch thick seat board with moulded edge and turned bolster cushion shaped ends on four turned legs. Excellent colour and condition.
Dimensions: width 48”, depth 13½”, height 21”.

Regency Mahogany Pier Glass.


Superb quality narrow Regency mahogany hall mirror or pier glass c.1830. Elegant frame with a crisp swan neck pediment over a raised panel with carved mouldings and a fine pair of flame mahogany veneered half columns with carved capitols. Original 13”x37” mirror plate with some tarnish. Otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 22”, depth 3”, height 61”.

Indianapolis Cabinet Company Roll Top Desk.


We’ve had some pretty cool pieces of office furniture in the past but this surely tops the lot! A truly spectacular walnut roll top desk built on an epic scale by the Indianapolis Cabinet Company c.1890. Open the tamboured front to reveal a prodigiously fitted interior with numerous pigeon holes and drawers for filing. Unique to these desks (often described as Wooton desks after the original manufacturer), the sides hinge open to create a much bigger work space and allow access to 6 more drawers big enough for sheets of A4 paper with sprung stays and original brass label holders.
On a twin pedestal base with eight drawers which is are automatically locked closed when the roll is down. There is alos cupboard inside the kneehole (which slides forward on rails) with yet more storage for files etc. Panelled and polished on all sides with a carved flower detail to the front. Superb condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops and fitted with a new tooled green leather skiver. Original handles and maker’s badges. Original locks and keys supplied to both the roll top and kneehole cupboard. Splits into two pieces plus the side ‘wings’ for ease of delivery.
Dimensions: width 60”/104”, depth 36”, height 61”.