Small Walnut Chest of Drawers.

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Lovely little late 19th.c. Queen Anne style walnut chest of drawers c.1890. Just 30″ wide with four drawers featuring unusual moulded crossbanding to the fronts and raised on tall turned bun feet. Crossbanded top and sides, oak drawer bases. Some later restorations. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 18″, height 29″.

Four Bentwood Chairs.

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Cute set of four early 20th.c. Thonet style bentwood cafe chairs c.1930. Shaped backrest with turned spindles over a circular seat with embossed pattern and legs joined with a hoop stretcher. Very good original condition.
Dimensions: width 15″, depth 16″, height 33″.

Mid 19th.c. Card Table.

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Beautiful mid 19th.c.rosewood fold over card table c.1860.  Stands flat against the wall or turn and open the top to make a useful square table for four with a circular green baize for playing cards etc and a small storage space below. On a shaped and reeded column on four fabulous carved legs with paw feet and original brass castors. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 18″/36″, height 29″.

Oak Club Fender.

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Large and sturdy Edwardian era oak club fender c.1910. In solid oak with moulded front to the top and baluster turned supports on a heavy oak plinth with brass plates on the inside edge to protect the timber from the fire. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 72″, depth 29″, height 27″.

Mahogany Cheval Mirror.

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Mid 19th.c. mahogany cheval or dressing mirror on stand c.1840. 25” x 37” mahogany framed mirror with bevelled mouldings on a mahogany stand with turned supports and stretchers and shaped feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops and fitted with a new mirror plate. The angle of the mirror is adjustable.
Dimensions: width 33”, depth at base 19”. height 50”

Mahogany Chest of Drawers.

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Handsome early 19th.c. mahogany chest of drawers c.1830. Well figured and crossbanded mahogany top with moulded edge over two short drawers and three long. With original and unusual pattern brass knobs, shaped apron and shaped feet. Superiour quality with solid mahogany sides and oak drawer linings. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 40”, depth 20”, height 42”.

Welsh Oak Corner Cupboard.

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Charming little early 19th.c. North Wales oak floor standing corner cabinet c.1830. Bow fronted and built as on one piece with a glazed top over a cupboard base with a single drawer in the waist (the others being dummy drawer fronts) . The shelves in the top portion are loose and can be arranged in three positions in line with the horizontal glazing bars. Lovely condition with original paintwork to the interior. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: depth 19”, height 81”.

Ebonised Chinoiserie Armchair.

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Delightful Edwardian era chinoiserie style canework armchair c.1905.  Striking lacquerwork medallion featuring an oriental woman set at the centre of a radiating pattern canework or bergere backrest. Ebonised frame with further gilded and laquerwork painted detail around the seat and legs. Excellent original condition, wear to the paintwork on the arms.
Dimensions: width 22″, depth 18″, height 35″.

Campaign Bookshelves.

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Fabulous quality late 19th.c. brass and teak campaign bookshelves c.1880. Three shelves with threaded brass column supports, finials and feet, designed to be fully demountable so it could be packed away into a luggage chest. Stamped with serial numbers to each shelf. Excellent original condition.
Dimensions: width 35″, depth 8″, height  33″.

Camphorwood Campaign Chest

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The first of a few interesting pieces of military campaign furniture which have arrived recently; this good sized late 19th.c brass bound military chest in solid camphorwood c.1880. As a fragrant and pest resistant timber camphor was ideal for use in campaign and travel furniture as the contents were protected whilst in passage. A fine example with well figured timbers and original bindings and corners. Excellent condition, restored in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 21″, height 19″.