Early 19th.c. continental biedermeier chiffonier side cabinet c.1830. Two drawers over a two door cabinet fitted with a single shelf. Exceptionally well figured flame mahogany veneers laid in a symmetrical pattern on solid oak groundwork across the top front and sides. Of singular design, with a concave curved front and carved detail to the centre of the door panels within raised mouldings. Flanked with turned half columns and raised on turned front feet. Oak drawer linings, shelf and backboards. Excellent condition and good mellow colour, attractively faded with age. Cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 46″, depth (at sides) 21″, height 39″.
Superb quality Edwardian adjustable reading stand by Foots of London c.1910. Designed to fit beside a chair or bed it can be used as either a flat table or sloped stand for a book, magazine or sheet music. Oak book rest/table with sprung page stays, angle adjustable with a sprung button at the top of the upright, whilst loosening the wing nut at the rear allows it be rotated 90 degrees. Small circular secondary stand, also in oak with raised edge, for a lamp or drink perhaps. Height adjustable on a heavy cast iron base with ball and claw feet and castors to the front. Excellent condition with original maker’s label to the underside.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 16″, height 32″- 45″.
Unusual pair giltwood stools c.1900. Shapely wooden frames with raised open ends, a carved apron (repeated on both sides) and cabriole legs ending in scroll feet. Upholstered seat pads with very attractive vintage patterned silk covers. Presented unrestored, retaining the original gilding, missing in places. Clean and serviceable covers.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 15″, height 22″.
Sourced locally, we have for sale several sets of these late 19th.c. metamorphic benches and tables by Pearson & Brown of Weaste in Salford, Manchester c.1890. Of ingenious design they can be used as pews or the backrest can be laid flat to make a table surface. Push two sets together to make a splendid picnic/canteen style table and benches (table width 26″). Available in two lengths 70” and 93”. Of superb quality, very robustly constructed from solid pitch pine boards on heavy cast iron frames. Note the slightly dished shape of the seats for extra comfort. Excellent condition, some of the boards carry some graffiti from distracted Sunday school pupils!
Dimensions: length 70″/93″, height 30½”/34″.
Very smart large Edwardian mahogany bookcase c.1910. Tall glazed bookcase top with four adjustable shelves over a low two door cupboard base. Unusual oval glazed panels with slim gracefully shaped glazing bars. Moulded cornice with crisp reeded frieze continued on the sides, symmetrically arranged veneers to the bookcase doors with carved roundels applied at the corners. Flame mahogany cupboard doors with crossbanded edges, raised mouldings and a repeat of the roundels. Raised on a moulded plinth. Solid mahogany groundwork and sides. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 16½”, height 89″.
Superb pair of English Regency mahogany pedestal cabinets c.1820. Just 20” wide, each cabinet has a large drawer over a cupboard fitted with a single shelf. A true pair with left and right hand opening doors. Unusual shaped upstands with lovely carved detail, particularly well figured flame mahogany veneers to the fronts with raised mouldings and crossbanded edges. Flanked with twist carved column uprights and raised on turned and reeded bun feet. Original handles, solid mahogany sides. Repairs to one side of each cabinet, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 20″, depth 22½”, height 53″.
Stunning matched pair of small Regency era tub armchairs c.1820. Very slight differences in design, one being a little taller than the other. Mahogany frames with gracefully curved backrest and sides. Pierced and swept arm fronts carved with scrolling papyrus leaf detail repeated on the front legs. Backrest and loose seat pad upholstered in a burgundy velvet stripe fabric with patterned braid. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Serviceable covers with only very minor wear.
Dimensions: width 22″, depth 22″, height 31 / 32½”.
Extraordinary large early 19th.c. primitive armchair c.1820. Unusual high back in ash and oak with shaped finials and six straight spindles. Broad arms of particularly good grain and patina over a fabulous large slab seat made from a single block of elm three inches thick at the rear edge. Raised on splayed legs simply shaped with a draw knife rather than turned. Great rustic character with obvious wear and repairs. Otherwise good condition, solid sturdy and perfectly usable.
Dimensions: width 25″, depth 19″, height 45″.
Unusual late 19th.c. carved oak chest of drawers c.1890. Of singular design, with a lift up top with storage space below, over four drawers. Exceptional decorative front carved with scrolling acanthus leaves and flowers either side of the keyhole cartouch. Side pilasters carved with fruit in high relief and broad carved base moulding. Oak panelled sides and rear. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 35″, depth 21″, height 40″.
Very smart early 20th.c. marble top chest of drawers c.1930. Useful narrow dimensions, just 27″ wide. Well figured rose marble top with moulded edge over six drawers. Symmetrically arranged mahogany veneers to the drawer fronts and sides with crossbanded edges and inlaid stringing. Ormolu mounts handles and escutcheon plates. Canted corners, shaped apron and feet with additional mounts. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished inour workshops.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 15″, height 54½”.