Large Terracotta Figure of a Girl Fish Seller.


Charming late 19th.c. painted terracotta figure of a fisherman’s daughter c.1890. Standing 32″ tall and beautifully modelled, holding an oyster shell in one hand and a basket of fish under her other arm, with good detail to the face and costume. Damage to the hand and oyster shell but generally very good condition and retaining the original paintwork.
Dimensions: height 32″ width 14″, depth 10″.

Mahogany Pembroke Table.


Quality early 19th.c. Georgian mahogany Pembroke table c.1800. Square tapering legs with original barrel castors. Solid mahogany top with a single oak lined drawer opposite a dummy, both with original drop handles. Excellent condition with some small marks to the top typical with age, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 21/42″, length 36″, height 28″.

Venetian Mirror.


Superb decorative early 20th.c. Venetian cushion framed wall mirror c.1900. Large bevelled centre mirror with etched floral details to the margins and crest. Original throughout including backboard, with some damage one of the margins below the main mirror, otherwise in excellent condition.

Dimensions: width 32″, depth 2½”, height 52″.

Rosewood Couch.


Fine mid 19th.c. Rosewood couch c.1850. Carved frame with blind fretwork and barley twist supports above shaped arms , on turned legs with original casters. Original woolwork with floral seat and backrest depicting Charles I holding either Charles II or James II alongside wife Henrietta Maria and an example of his namesake King Charles Spaniel. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 44″, depth 23″, height 47″.

Late 18th.c. Oak Coffer.


Late 18th.c. oak coffer or dour chest c.1790. Restrained design in solid oak, with a single piece top with molded edge over a three panel front, with additional panels to the sides and two to the rear. Perfect size for the end of a bed or as a window seat. Excellent condition and original throughout with an earlier repair to the top, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 46½”, depth 19½”, height 25½”.

Triple Plate Overmantle Mirror.


Handsome Regency style triple plate overmantle mirror c.1900. Three bevelled mirror plates set within a gilt frame with broken arch pediment and lions heads to either side. Excellent condition with original mirror plates.

Dimensions: width 50″, depth 2½”, height 28″.

Early 20th.c. Oak Bookcase.


Neat sized quality glazed oak bookcase c.1925. Two astragal glazed doors over blind cupboard base with plenty of useful storage. Solid oak throughout, presented in excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops, key supplied.

Dimensions: width 36″, depth 16″, height 74″.

19th.c. Metamorphic Prayer Chair.


Interesting 19th.c. Metamorphic prayer chair, sometimes known as ‘Prie-dieu‘. Hinging the chair back on the front of the arms transforms the chair into a raised kneeling stand, traditionally used in private worship.  Solid walnut frame with carved detail to the top of the chair back. Excellent original condition with very clean upholstery.

Dimensions: Chair – width 22″, depth 36″, height 34″. Stand – width 22″, depth 30″, height 44″.

Two Drawer Georgian Dresser Base.


Unusually small George III oak open dresser base c.1800. Two plank top over two drawers with elm crossbanded fronts and brass swan neck handles. Shaped apron across the front and raised on carbriole front legs with neat little pad feet. Oak panelled sides and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition with some earlier repairs and restorations. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 54″, depth 19″, height 33½”.

Pair of Art Deco Birds Eye Maple Bedside Cabinets.

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Pair of Art Deco bedside cabinets c.1930. Single shelves over cupboard bases on banded recessed plinths, all with attractive ‘Birds eye’ maple veneers. Original throughout including handles, presented unrestored with some fading to the tops and marks to the plinths to be expected with age.

Dimensions: width 14″,depth 13¾”, height 26½”.