Two very similar Empire style French marble top gueridon occasional tables c.1930. Slight differences in size and design but both with circular marble tops (one green on black) over a mahogany veneered apron raised on three turned mahogany column legs and shaped tricorn plinth with turned bun feet. Tooled brass mounts to the capitals and bases of the legs on both tables. Both tables are in excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: Green top – diameter 27½”, height 27½”. Black top – diameter 23¾”, height 28″.
Very unusual mid 19th.c. Venetian etched glass mirror c.1850. 11″ diameter mirror plate with delightful etched detail featuring a small bird and a border of leaves and flower heads. With seven concave roundels ground into the rear surface of the mirror, each of which reflect a separate image when viewed from the front. Presented broad moulded frame in solid rosewood. Good original condition with only minor wear.
Dimensions: diameter 16½”, depth 2″.
Edwardian era Arts & Crafts movement oak tile top side table in the manner of Liberty & Co. c.1905. Original blue tiled top within an oak surround on tapering square section legs ending in a stepped block foot and joined with distinctive pierced stretchers. Maker unknown but with the registered design number 2097 stamped on the underside. Small chips to the surface of a few of the tiles, otherwise very good original condition.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 21½”, height 28″.
Very impressive early 20th.c. Georgian style gilded brass chandelier c.1910. Beautifully cast in heavy gauge brass with six shaped branches decorated with Classical heads and acanthus leaf, flower and fruit detail. On an urn shaped central stem also mounted with heads, and hung from the original chain and ceiling rose. Excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and ready to hang
Dimensions: diameter 24″, height 36″.
Good quality reproduction Georgian style oak dresser base or sideboard. In solid oak throughout and useful shallow dimensions, just 18″ front to back. Three plank top with thumb moulded edge over three drawers and a three door cupboard fitted with a single shelf. Moulded drawer fronts with Georgian pattern brass handles. Attractive ogee shaped, raised and fielded door panels either side of a square centre panel. Oak drawer linings floor and back boards. Excellent colour and condition. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 65″, depth 18″, height 32″.
Stylish French Louis Philippe marble top chest of drawers c.1830. Original grey marble top with rounded corners and a moulded edge over four long drawers. Beautifully figured burr walnut veneers arranged in a symmetrical pattern across the front. Shallow top drawer with shaped front, plus three deeper drawers set within a moulded border. Brass escutcheons to each and oak drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied for each drawer.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 23½”, height 36″.
Pair of original Morris & Co. Sussex armchairs c.1870. Ash frames with turned spindles to the back rest and arm supports, over rush seats. Original unrestored condition, good solid frames though the seats are in need of re-rushing.
Dimensions: width 21″, depth 18″, height 33½”.
Designed by Philip Speakman Webb for Morris & Co and named in honour of the vernacular chairs produced in the county before the industrial revolution, the Sussex armchair is one of the company’s most celebrated designs. They were used in the homes of the arts and crafts pioneer William Morris and the artist Edward Burn-Jones.
Early 19th.c. French cherry wood dresser base c.1800. Three plank top over two drawers and a two door cupboard base fitted with a single shelf inside. A really lovely example of the form with some exceptional detail to the front. Note the saw-tooth inlaid border to the drawer fronts which also feature a repeat of the large and decorative pierced steel door plates. Most unusual however is the original painted detail which remains in the scratch carved decoration of plants in vases and jugs which runs up the centre and across the base. Shaped and moulded apron to the front and sides and shaped front feet ending with unusual scrolling feet. Earlier worm holes and repairs to the back legs. Otherwise excellent condition and attractive pale colour. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Original cupboard key supplied.
Dimensions: width 60″, depth 24″, height 38″.
Small early 19th.c. Regency overmantle mirror c.1830. 31″ x 20″ mirror plate with a bevelled edge and original moulded and ebonised slip frame. Superb gilded frame of flattened turned columns with applied moulded acanthus leaf detail. Very good condition with original gilt finish, worn in places but still bright overall.
Dimensions: width 39½”, depth 3″, height 26″.
Quality Parisien style hall stand c.1930. Brass hat rack over an unusual square rail with adjustable hooks. Retaining the large original bevelled glass mirror above a pair of small drawers and an interesting umbrella or stick rack with sprung brass catches. Shelf to the base, with a small removable drip tray. Fretwork detail the the top and above the drawers. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 12″, height 86″.