French Vineyard Scene Tapestry Wall Hanging.

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Delightful French woven tapestry wall hanging entitled ‘Le Chant de la Vigne’ (Song of the Vine). Sixteenth century style scene with figures picking and crushing grapes to make wine, set amongst the vines before a grand chateau. Whilst the lord and lady oversee proceedings note the guilty looking boy to the left hand side caught helping himself to the fruit. Excellent condition, presented hung from a turned wooden pole.
Dimensions: width 46½” (pole 57″), height 38″.

Long Oak Bench.

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Mid 19th.c. oak bench c.1850. Ideal for a hallway being almost six feet long but just 16″ deep. Simple design with a slatted backrest and shaped arms over a seat made of two long inch-thick planks raised on straight stiles. Great rustic character with a repair where the seat meets the right hand stile. Good condition, very solid and sturdy. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 70″, depth 16″, height 35″.

Art Deco Mirror.

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Superb vintage Art Deco wall mirror c.1930. Shaped and bevelled central plate with an attractive decorative detail cut into the rear of the glass. Surrounded at the sides and base with a border of copper tinted and plain mirror panels, also bevelled and shaped. A couple of very small chips to the edges, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 25″, height 33½”.

12 Seater Extending Dining Table.

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Beautiful mid 19th.c. mahogany extending dining table c.1840. Extending on a telescopic frame from 50″ to a maximum length of 135″ to seat 12 people. Solid mahogany top with four removable leaves of matched grain held in place with brass sliding clasps. Raised on six crisply turned legs each retaining their original large brass and white ceramic castors stamped for maker’s Cope & Collinson. Fantastic colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Very unusually the table is sold complete with the original mahogany and baize lined rack to hold the leaves when not in use.
Dimensions: length 50″-135″, depth 47″, height 28″.

Oak Hall Tree.

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Splendid mid 19th.c. oak hall tree c.1870. Solid oak throughout with 24 turned pegs to hang hats, coats, umbrellas etc arranged over eight straight branches with shaped detail where they join the centre. Inch and a half thick centre trunk with shaped top. Raised on a deep moulded plinth for stability with carved brackets and turned bun feet. Very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 47″, depth 11″, height 78″.

Georgian Oak Tripod Wine Table.

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Small late Georgian oak tilt-top tripod wine table c.1790. Solid oak throughout with a three plank top of 25″ diameter on a simple turned column and shaped legs. Top can be tipped to vertical when not in use. Good colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 25″, height 27″.

19th.c. Sewing Station.

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Lovely early 19th.c. country house sewing station c.1830. Made from simulated rosewood with the original woolwork top pin cushion and a small drawer with the original brass knob. Turned bobbin supports, with finely made ones for the tray, and stretchers. Original and rare. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 19″, depth 15½”, height 31″.

Oak Six Plank Chest.

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Fine example of a late 17th.c. oak six plank chest or sword chest c.1680. Solid oak throughout, with the original lock plate and later hinges. Of good length and sturdy so could make an ideal window seat perhaps with the advantage of having good storage. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 52½, depth 17″, height 19″.

Oak Saddle Rack.

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Interesting late 19th.c. oak saddle rack. Solidly made with tapering supports and a combination of round and trefoil pierced detail and the initials ‘SS’ being part of a carved feature in the centre of the top rail. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 55½”, depth 17″, height 28″.

Pedestal Desk.

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Neat little early 20th.c. kneehole pedestal desk c.1920. New leather skiver to the top, over three drawers and resting on a pair of three drawer pedestals. Moulded fronts to the oak lined drawers, all retaining original locks and handles. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Disassembles for ease of delivery, keys supplied.

Dimensions: width 48″, depth 24″, height 30″.