Edwardian Mahogany Desk.

New for today, this excellent quality Edwardian mahogany desk c.1905 by Maple & Co. one of the very best makers of the era. With graduated drawers to right of the kneehole and a single drawer above. Carved drawer fronts and solid mahogany linings. Maker’s label, original brass handles and original castors. Excellent condition, restored and repolished and fitted with a new leather skiver. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 22″, height 29″.

10 Victorian Dining Chairs.

Restored and repolished and looking very smart with their new linen seats here is fine set of ten mid Victorian mahogany balloon back dining chairs c.1860. A true set (rather than matched) with attractive ‘crown-top’ to the back, shaped sides and a well turned leg. Good even colour across the set. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 17.5″, depth 17″, height 34″.

Early 19th.c. Oak Mule Chest c.1810.

As a mule is a cross between a donkey and a horse so a mule chest is a combination of a coffer and a chest of drawers. A good early 19th.c. example of the form here retaining a lift up lid with storage below but also featuring two rows of working drawers (the top row being dummy drawer fronts).  Lots of good period detail with a thumb molded top, mahogany crossbanding, rope twist stringing, quarter coloumns, oak panelled sides, oak drawer linings, shaped skirt and original bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition, restored and repolished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 59″, depth 21″, height 35″.

Big Pig.

Back after a good break and eager to see what new treasures await, this was what caught my eye first when I got to the shop this morning. A fine piece of advertising memorabilia and an impressive size – five feet wide by three feet tall. In painted fibreglass or similar on a timber board, designed to hang against a wall.

William Owen of Llanrwst Longcase Clock.

Delighted to be able to bring you another splendid local clock by a lesser known member of the Owen family of Llanrwst, the most celebrated family of Welsh clock makers. A fine longcase clock with eight day works by William Owen of Llanrwst c.1810. William was the younger brother of the better known Watkin Owen and, together with another brother David, took over the family business upon Watkin’s death in 1809.  Attractive painted face decorated with birds and featuring a working date wheel. Excellent oak case of particularly good colour and finish with turned columns, brass mounts and distinctive ogee molding and ‘slap on’ panel to the base; both vernacular details typical of Conwy valley cabinet making.
Inside the door carries a signed, dated and numbered label from the survey of Llanrwst clocks carried out by Colin Brown in collaboration with the Welsh Folk Museum at St Fagans in preparation for his book The Clockmakers of Llanrwst.
A fine Welsh clock insuperb condition, the works have been cleaned and overhauled and are sold with a twelve month guarentee.
Dimensions: height 87″, width (at hood) 20″, depth 10″.

Victorian Rosewood Sutherland Table c.1870.

New for today this particularly good quality late 19th.c. rosewood sutherland table c.1870. With very attractive piereced ends, carved feet and superb matched veneers to the top. Beautiful condition, cleaned and French polished in the traditional style in our workshops. Folds down to just 7″ wide.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 36″, height 27″.