George III Welsh oak open dresser base c.1800. Two plank top with an applied moulded edge over three large drawers with brass swan neck handles. Featuring a particularly attractive apron across the front with ogee arch and swan neck shaped detail. Raised on fine carbriole front legs with pad feet. Oak panelled sides and chamfered stiles. Excellent colour and condition with some earlier repairs and restorations. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 77″, depth 21″, height 33″.
Gorgeous French marble top bombe chest of drawers c.1900. Original well-figured and shaped rose marble top with thumb moulded edge over two short and two long drawers. Superb example of the from with serpentine bombe shaped front and sides with symmetrically arranged kingwood veneers and fine floral pattern marquetry inlays. Original gilded ormolu mounts, handles and escutcheon plates of particularly good quality. Shaped apron and legs with further ormolu mounts. Solid oak drawer linings, top and back panels. An old repair to the veneers at the top of right hand side. Otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 17½”, height 34″.
Delightful pair of 20th.c. ceramic garden seats c.1970. Modelled as Asian elephants with howdah on their backs to form a flat stool or table surface. Finished in a deep grey/gold metallic glaze. Earlier repair to one ear on one elephant. Otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 11″, height 21″.
Splendid mid 19th.c. kneehole desk c.1870. Good sized top with leather writing surface over two long drawers and two banks of three smaller drawers of graduated depth, arranged around a cental kneehole. Solid oak carcass and plinth with carved detail around the top and tothe front. Solid walnut drawer fronts beautifully carved with a crisp scrolling foliate pattern and retaining the original Gothic handles. The carving continues on the side panels which are also in walnut, as are the three rear panels. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 51½”, depth 27½”, height 29″.
Rare late 19th.c. ‘penny in the slot’ upright Polyphone type music box by the celebrated German company Symphonion, creators of the first disc playing music machines, c.1890. The wind-up mechanism reproduces music on 12″ stamped metal discs played upright on two combs. Quality walnut case with heavy moulded cornice and plinth, raised on turned bun feet. The door panel features an illustration behind glass of children playing music and singing. Topped with a pierced gallery with turned finials. Original coin slot and winding handle to the right hand side. The combs are stamped with the Symphonion trademark and the serial number 239097. Sold together with 46 Symphonion discs in a wooden carry case. Mechanism is complete and in original unrestored condition but unfortunately no longer working. The case is missing a portion of the right hand finial and the backboard.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 13″, height 30″.
Late 19th.c. oak hall bench or window seat c.1880. Single piece solid oak seat with a moulded edge and lovely turned bolster ends. Raised on turned legs with a carved detail to the top of each, repeated on all sides. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 54″, depth 14″, height 21″.
Large early 20th.c. gilt wall mirror c.1930. Original 22″ x 35″ mirror plate with bevelled edge within a moulded gilt wooden frame with Art Nouveau style detail highlighted in a green/grey paint. Original gilt, some minor wear and retouching to damage on one corner. Could be hung either landscape or portrait aspect.
Dimensions: width 44″, height 30″, depth 2½”.
Very unusual gilded window or centre table c.1920. 23″ diameter green marble top within a wooden edge raised on giltwood frame with a shapely apron featuring a moulded edge. Over four heavy cabriole legs ending with extraordinary carved flower and ball feet. Very attractive colour and finish, the original leaf gilding is heavily worn with the red ground or ‘bole’ exposed on the apron and feet.
Dimensions: diameter 31″, height 26″.
Superb quality pair of brass table lamps c.1950. Cast in heavy gauge brass with baluster form bodies with a flaming torch detail at the top and raised on tall weighted plinths. Excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: height to bulb 21″, diameter 5½”.
Charming little late 19th.c. Arts & Crafts style oak wall mirror c.1880. Rusticated oak frame in the shape of a cottage or house gable with shaped and chamfered detail and applied gilt metal daisy head mounts. Very good condition retaining the original glass with only minor tarnish.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 1½”, height 25″.