Stunning Regency rosewood and marble top chiffonier side cabinet c.1830. Retaining the original back with a raised shelf on fine scrolling supports over a mirrored back panel and original white marble top. Two door cabinet with glazed arch panel doors with two adjustable shelves inside and one long drawer in the waist. Superbly figured rosewood veneers to the top shelf, front and sides. Fabulous shaped gallery to the top, with large acanthus leaves carved in solid rosewood. Moulded drawer front and cabinet doors with brass trim, carved fan detail and a fine pair of columns with carved capitals and plinths. Note how the columns are fitted to the doors allowing them top open right back. Raised on turned buns at the front with brass barrel castors behind. Superior quality with solid mahogany groundwork and drawer linings. Excellent condition and particularly good colour, mellowed with age. Cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 17″, height 57½”.
Very unusual little Edwardian era Art Nouveau style oak bureau, thought to be Canadian c.1910. Just 29″ wide. Striking organic shaped sides crispy carved with a design of stylized plant forms. Open the fall to reveal a fitted interior of pigeon holes and two small stationery drawers. With a single long drawer below with a curved and reeded drawer front. Shaped feet and stretcher shelf. Polished on the rear face. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 29″, depth 18″, height 40″.
Unusual late 19th.c. carved oak bookshelves c.1890. At just 8″ deep it is ideal for a hallway or anywhere where space is an issue. With three shelves and one useful long drawer. Shaped top rail, drawer front and sides all carved with a dense pattern of large foliate forms. Tall bracket feet, also carved, shaped at the rear to fit over a tall skirting. Very good condition with original brass handles. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 46″, depth 8″, height 56″.
Beautiful late 19th.c. full length wall-mounted tailor’s mirror c.1880. Ideal as a dressing mirror in a posh frock shop, the bedroom or even a hallway. 23″ x 61″ mirror plate within broad moulded frame with particularly well figured walnut veneers and rounded top corners. Excellent colour and condition with original backboards.
Dimensions: width 31″, height 69″, depth 2″.
Fabulous set of four late 19th.c. Gothic oak dining chairs. Tall backs topped with a cross at the apex of a pierced Gothic tracery arch between tall architectural finials. Carved leaf detail to the side rails, padded backrest and another pierced arch below. Loose seat pad with canted corners over an extraordinary carved apron with more Gothic architectural detail, continued on the sides. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops, the backrests and seats have been freshly upholstered in a superb patterned fabric by Zoffany.
Dimensions: width 18½” , depth 24″ , height 47″ .
Impressive pair of large brass table lamps c.1960. Turned baluster form bodies with raised leaf pattern detail against black ground on tall moulded plinths. Excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate. Note the old switches in the plinths have been bypassed.
Dimensions: width 8″ , depth 8″ , height to bulb 28″ .
Very handsome George III oak chest of drawers c.1810. Solid oak plank top over two short and three long drawers. Cock beaded drawer fronts with large turned mahogany handles, reeded quarter columns to the front corners (also in mahogany) and bracket feet. Solid oak sides. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36½” , depth 20″ , height 38″ .
Delightful mid 19th.c. Windsor armchair c.1860. Tall stick back with slim shaved spindles and arms in ash on turned supports over a lovely shaped saddle seat in elm. Raised on turned legs and and stretchers. Old brown paintwork attractively worn through with use. With a repair to the end of one arm. Otherwise excellent condition and a particularly good patina. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 22½, depth 22″, height 40″.
Elegant early 19th.c. rosewood fold over table c.1835. Stands flat against the wall as an elegant console or side table or turn and open the top to reveal the original faded baize playing surface for cards. Well figured rosewood veneered top with an unusual gadrooned edge over a shaped apron with scroll carved ends. Raised on a simple column pedestal, flared and moulded at the base, on shaped plinth with superb carved claw feet front and rear. Attractive pale colour, mellowed with age. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 18-36″, height 29″.