Beautiful little late 18th.c. mahogany two drawer lowboy side table c.1780. Superb early timbers of particularly good colour and patina. Solid mahogany top, drawer fronts and sides. Thumb moulded edges to the top and drawer fronts, good quality brass handles and escutcheons, oak drawer linings. Gracefully shaped apron across the front and sides, raised on square legs with moulded detail to the front corners and chamfered inner edges. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 31½”, depth 19″, height 28″.
Fine pair of mid 19th.c. open armchairs c.1860. Shapely walnut frames with crisply carved detail. High upholstered backs with carved and pierced top rail over padded arms and a large sprung seat. Carved apron and slim cabriole front legs. Very good condition with clean and serviceable covers in a patterned faun velvet brocade.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 31″, height 41½”.
Exceptional late 19th.c. Reformed Gothic or Arts & Crafts style walnut dresser c.1870. Tall open display rack with three shelves on crisply turned and carved columns. Featuring a top frieze carved with unusual stylized plant forms and cushioned red velvet back panels. Over a four door cupboard base with deeper overhanging top section. Ebonized, raised and fielded door panels carved with geometric designs to the upper doors. Decorative brass strap hinges and handles.
A remarkable piece of exhibition quality furniture. Unfortunately unsigned but in manner of the Reformed or Modern Gothic designers such as Bruce James Talbert and Charles Bevan who, like the designers of the contemporary Arts & Crafts movement, borrowed and adapted traditional forms to create new designs. Excellent condition, original through, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 51½”, depth 18″, height 89″.
George III mahogany bedside table or night stand c.1800. Just 15 wide with a single drawer over a small cupboard. Flame mahogany veneered and satinwood inlaid drawer and door fronts. Shaped sides, forming a raised gallery around the top, with pierced handles. Raised on slim square legs. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 15″, depth 14″, height 32½”.
Slim oak refectory dining table or sideboard c.1900. In solid oak throughout. 24″ wide top made from two long boards of particularly attractive grain, arranged symmetrically. On an unusual Gothic revival style base with carved X frame ends joined with a long centre stretcher and sleigh foot. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 74″, width 24″, height 30″.
Useful little late Georgian oak tripod side table c.1800. 23″ diameter top raised on a slim turned oak column. Shaped tripod base with an unusual detail to the feet. Top can be tipped to vertical when not in use. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 23″, height 27″.
Good example of the classic late 19th.c. military officer’s campaign chest c.1880. In solid camphorwood, a fragrant and pest resistant timber which helped protect contents during passage, further strengthened with brass corners and bindings. Fitted with a small lidded compartment to the inside. Retaining the original brasswork, flush-fitting handle to the lid, lockplate and heavy duty carry handles to each side. Also original brass plaque to the lid stamped with the initials AMO. Good colour and condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 38½”, depth 19″, height 18½”.
Regency era mahogany dressing table or toilet mirror c.1820. 11″ x 14″ mirror plate within a crossbanded cushion frame. Angle adjustable on an exceptional acanthus leaf carved stand with turned ebony knobs. Raised on a broad flame mahogany veneered, crossbanded and ogee moulded plinth. With a useful space for brushes etc below a lift up lid. Turned bun feet and weighted with metal below the front edge for stability. Some wear to the mirror (which could be easily replaced if preferred). Otherwise, excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 11″, height 27″.
Pair of walnut Art Deco bedside cabinets c.1930. Original marble tops with shaped backs over a single drawer, open shelf and small cabinet. A true pair with left and right hand opening doors. Beautifully figured burr walnut veneers with mother of pearl inlays and ebony stringing to the front and sides. Delightful marquetry panels in pearl and contrasting timbers inlaid the door fronts . Brass tassel shape handles and bead moulding. Raised on short shaped and reeded legs. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 17″, depth 13½”, height 33½”.
Fine quality little Edwardian era marble top and mahogany side cabinet c.1910. Original 1¼” thick white marble top with shaped front and moulded edge. Bow fronted mahogany cabinet with a single drawer over a central cupboard flanked with open shelves in the ends. Upper shelves in marble with a pierced brass gallery to the front edge. Reeded door front, fluted faux columns, gilded brass mounts and escutcheons. Moulded plinth raised on low turned pad feet. Solid oak drawer linings and back panels. Minor wear to the marble, otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 21″, height 35½”.