Fine Edwardian brass stick stand c.1905. In wonderful untouched condition with original cast iron drip tray.
Dimensions: width 12″, depth 9″, height 25″.
Superb pair of distressed oak framed leather fireside armchairs c.1920. Wonderful shabby look, good patina to the arms and backs, quite a bit of damage to the rear. The loose cushions would be simple to recover.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 30″, height 30″.
Great looking pair of early 20th.c. X framed oak stools retining their original thick leather seats of excellent colour and patina. In very good solid original condition.
Dimensions: width 21″, depth 14″, height 19″.
Large Victorian rosewood dressing stool or window seat c.1870. With storage under the lift-up seat and carved detail to each side. Turned stretcher and original castors. The top has been freshly upholstered with buttoned leather in a pale green hide.
Dimensions: width 52″, depth 16″, height 19″.
Unusual pair of late 19th.c. Anglo-India carved hardwood wine tables c.1890. Well carved tops featuring a peacock and dragon rampant respectively on carved and pierced tripod legs with carved shelf below. In very good original and unrestored condition.
Dimensions: diameter 18″, height 25″.
Freshly cleaned and polished and looking fantastic, this large Victorian dressing table is new for today. With lots of useful storage in the drawers and central cupboard and a large adjustable mirror. Burr walnut veneers of stunning colour and grain, carved mirror brackets and original knobs and mirror. In excellent condition. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 61″, depth 26″, height 64″.
A nice little group of 19th.c. items for the fireplace. Unusual carved and shaped rosewood framed firescreen c.1860 with embroidered woolwork peacock. Fine set of Victorian brass fire irons (shovel, tongs and poker) plus dogs. Also a well cast late 19th.c. fender in excellent condition. Priced individually.
Firescreen: width 25″, depth 12″, height 34″. £255.
Fire Irons & Dogs: £250.
Fender: width 48″, depth 14″, height 6″. £145.
Fresh out of the workshop yesterday; this good sized Edwardian walnut pedestal desk c.1905. Of superior quality construction; the sides, top, drawer fronts and frame are of solid walnut. With molded drawer fronts, carved reeded detail, panelled and polished on all sides, with hardwood drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops and fitted with a new leather skiver. The handles are all original. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 59″, depth 29″, height 29″.
New for today this fantastically comfortable late 19th.c. English country house armchair by Howard & Son c.1880. With the low deep seat typical of the style, buttoned back and shaped arms with turned supports and feet. Raised on white porcelain castors. In very good condition the upholstery is very clean and perfectly servicable.
Dimensions: width 29″, depth 35″, height 31″.
Handsome early 19th.c. English mahogany dumb waiter c.1830. Three tiers of shelves on tapered columns, thumb molded top restrained carved detail to the upstand and raised on shaped feet with original the brass castors. In excellent unrestored condition, solid and stable with original untouched colour and finish.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 21″, height 48″.