Fill in your lottery numbers whilst sat in this chair and I think you could start spending straight away. A garden chair made entirely from old horse shoes!
Dimensions: width 28″, depth 22″, height 38″.
Ideal for drinks on the lawn (the hot weather is just around the corner now, I’m sure of it) this handsome late 19th.c. butler’s tray and stand is fresh on the floor today. Excellent quality, of solid mahogany with shaped handles and brass hinges allowing the sides to fold flat. Original mahogany folding stand. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 20″, height 34″
Painted steel bank of drawers c.1950, probably originally intended for tools but could be adopted for lots of different uses today – art materials, CD & DVD’s, shoes? Partially over-painted, some rust and missing locks but solid and sturdy and retaining all the original brass label holders. Each of the drawers has a solid base and sides and measures 9½” wide x 16″ long x 5″ high.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 16″, height 49″.
Fresh off the van this morning this remarkable pair of George II style marble top console tables. Heavily carved mahogany bases with and eagle head at each corner. Carved front and back with gold painted detail and ball and claw feet. Thick and well figured green and yellow marble tops.
Dimensions: width 57″, depth 30″, height 35″.
Fine set of 8 late 19th.c. dining chairs c.1880. Pale oak frames with carved top rail, turned columns with twist detail repeated in the legs and raised on original pot castors. Excellent condition polished in our workshops an freshly upholstered in a blue grey herringbone fabric.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 21″, height 38″.
Fresh on the floor today this Edwardian bergere or canework sided two seater sofa and matching pair of armchairs. Mahogany frames with shaped backs, carved detail and ball and claw feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops, the canework is perfect. Feather filled cushions and very clean, loose covers.
Dimensions: Sofa – width 56″, depth 32″, height 33″. Chairs – width 23″, depth 32″, height 33″.
Unusually tall and narrow early 20th.c. mahogany chest of drawers c.1920. Crossbanded top, eight graduated drawers with matching flame mahogany drawer fronts and oak drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Original brass handles.
Dimensions: width 28″, depth 17″, height 48″.
A photo of our brush with stardom when Paul Hayes and the crew from the ITV show Storage Horders came to film here in the shop last week. We were asked to provide a valuation for a bedroom suite and large set of carpenter’s tools.
A useful Georgian style 20th.c. mahogany bookcase. Glazed top with adjustable shelves over a blind two door cupboard base. Excellent quality reproduction with solid mahogany shelves and sides. Flame mahogany door panels and shaped feet. Excellent condition, key supplied.
Elegant Regency rosewood tilt top dining or ‘breakfast’ table c.1820. Bookleaf rosewood veneers on mahogany groundwork with a wide band of rosewood crossbanding around the edge. Octagonal section pedestal on a tripod base with turned feet and original lignum vitae castors. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops, retaining the original catch.
Dimensions: diameter 45″, height 28″.