Hot off the van this afternoon this great looking pair of Regency style scroll end sofas. Mahogany frames of a particularly good colour with crisply carved detail to the arms, apron and feet repeated in total on the rear.
Dimensions: width 76″, depth 28″, height 33″.
Fine example of the classic bentwood hat and coat stand c.1900. With a revolving 8 branch crown and stick stand base on wide set legs. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width & depth at base 28″, height 78″.
Large and robust late 19th.c. walnut revolving desk chair boasting it’s original leather uphostery. Attractive detail to the back, turned spindles, height adjustable and on porcelain castors.
Dimensions: width 25″, depth 21″, height 33″.
Fine pair of Edwardian size five, high healed, 19 hole leather ladies boots plus their original 3 piece block stretchers. Excellent condition.
Total height 13″.
Good quality three tier Edwardian oak stacking bookcase by Globe Wernike. With their patent ‘lift and slide’ doors, original brass knobs and fittings and makers lable. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 34″, depth 10″, height 45″.
Loads of storage inside this handsome early 19th.c. mahogany combination wardrobe c.1835. With full length hanging either side of a large chest of drawers and mirror. Simple, uncluttered design in well figured timber with crisp cornice and molding, arch shaped door panels, original turned knobs, mahogany drawer linings. Very good colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 80″, depth 23″, height 80″.
A bit of a show stopper for today’s blog: This fantastic 19th.c. gilded overmantle mirror c.1870. Standing an impressive 84″ (or seven foot) tall! Leaf pattern frame with superb wired gesso decorations and original gilded fininsh aged to a very attractive mellow gold colour. Very good condition, some minor damage, fitted with a new mirror plate and retaining the original backboards. A real beauty.
Dimensions: width 65″, height 84″.
We have had several interesting pieces of antique oriental furniture arrive over the past few days. Pictured here, two good late 19th.c. marble top carved hardwood urn stands, an unusual two tier table with heavily carved top and legs, and a fantastic octagonal top tripod table. Carved with elephants and peacock to the top, the base is in the form of three dragons. This table is believed to have originated in Tibet c.1900.
New for today having been carefully cleaned and waxed in the workshop, this unique late 19th.c. carved oak linen cupboard c.1870. Architectural pediment above a two door top divided into hanging space and shelves over a chest of drawers base. With highly decorative carving to the doors and drawer fronts. Excellent colour and condition. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 50″, depth 21″. height 87″.
Hard to think of a less suitable material which could have been used on this 1960’s white laquered rocking chair by the Danish makers N. Eilersen than a piece of embroidered woolwork! Still, it would be a sinch to recover in something a little more in-keeping with the crisp modern design.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 24″, height 39″.