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″.
Rare 18th.c. oak escritoire or writing bureau c.1760. With a fielded panel fall which drops to reveal a wonderful interior of small drawers arranged around a central cupboard with star inlay panel. With a useful chest of drawer base, it also features a single ‘map drawer’ in the cornice. Oak drawer linings throughout, panelled sides and raised on bun feet. A fine piece of period oak furniture.
Dimensions: width 42″, depth 20″, height 70″.
Typically elegant Georgian mahogany bow front single drawer side table c.1810. The restrained decoration, shallow drawer and tapering legs give it the wonderful lightness and grace which is the mark of Georgian cabinet making. Of good quality and condition with hardwood drawer linings and retaining the original brass ring handles. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 33″, depth 19″, height 29.5″.
Unusual early 19th.c. English rosewood sofa table c.1835. Of excellent quality with single piece solid mahogany ground work below the beautiful bookleaf rosewood veneers. Wth a shaped apron on each side, unusual shaped stretchers and exceptional carved detail to the feet. In very good unrestored condition with original and untouched finish and colour.
Dimensions: width 43″, depth 20″, height 28″.
Delightful little Victorian carved rosewood piano stool c.1880. Very unusually it retains its original buttoned leather upholstery in a gorgeous deep aqua marine. The seat rises and lowers on a screw thread as it turns. Excellent original condition. With a design registration mark and the initials HB on the underside.
Dimensions: diameter 14″, height 20″.
Love this little Arts & Crafts style oak side table c.1900. Great design with splayed and tapered legs, shaped apron below the top and a very cute little spade shape cut-away at each end. Quality timber and excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 15″, height 30″.
George III mahogany bow front corner cupboard c.1800. Good colour with original brass hinges and eagle escutcheons. Original lock and catches, key supplied.
Dimensions: depth 18″, height 41″.
Useful late 19th.c. oak desk chair c.1890. Bentwood arms and backrest, turned spindles and a shaped seat. Swivels, rolls and tilts and is height adjustable. Excellent colour and condition, on original brass casters.
Dimensions: width 22″, depth 19″ height 32″.