They weren’t purchased together but these Edwardian tub chairs and the little two drawer pembroke table sit together very nicely I think. Details below.
Pair Edwardian inlaid mahogany tub chairs c.1910.
Dimensions: width 22″, depth 19″, height 30″.
Edwardian sqaure leg satinwood two drawer pembroke table.
Dimensions width 12″/24″, depth 12″, height 27″
Apologies for the lack of posts this week -I have been concentrating on getting as much stock as possible onto the individual web pages. In the meantime new stuff has still be arriving including this classic Georgian mahogany tray top occasional table which has been freshly polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: Diameter 21″, height 28″.
It’s had some work done on it in the past and it’s still a little rough around the edges but this large oak and elm box settle is a great period item. Produced in North Wales sometime around the middle of the 18th.c. With an uncommon four panel back and base, original seat boards and arms. The floor is a later replacement and the hinges have been replaced recently.
Dimensions: width 72″, depth 22″, height 48″
A new arrival this morning this unusual Liberty style hall wardrobe c.1925. Excellent quality and lots of nice carved detail and original decorative iron work.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 20″, height 71″.
Three good pieces of new stock out of the workshop today.
You will find more images as well as full details, measurements and prices of all three of these on their relevant pages on the website.
New for today a useful little Edwardian mahogany kneehole desk c.1910. With decorative flame mahogany drawer fronts. Great colour and condition, restored and repolished in our workshops, key supplied.
Dimensions: width 38″, depth 19″, height 31″.
Newly arrived yesterday afternoon this large, very good quality Edwardian red walnut bookcase. With adjustable shelves behind glazed doors over a two drawer cupboard base with unusual carved doors. In good condition, would benefit from being freshly polished. I shall post again when it has been done.
Dimension: width 48″, depth 19″ height 93″.
Love the remarkable figuring of the quartered burr walnut veneers on this late 19th.c. centre table. French polished and reduced in height in our workshops to make a splendid coffee table. New on the floor this afternoon.
Dimensions: length 57″, depth 43″, height 22″.
Beautiful early 18th.c. example of an oak single drawer side table or lowboy. With a good two plank top and very elegant and unusually slim turned legs.
Dimensions: width 31″, depth 21″, height 28″.
Some images here of a venerable Georgian mahogany sideboard which arrived late on Friday afternoon. With two deep oak lined drawers with original dividers for bottles and wonderful tamboured slides on the top compartment which provided space for glasses – this is the Georgian equivalent of the mini-bar! Except it’s not very mini, almost 7 foot long and 2’6″ deep. In need of a little cosmetic restoration but generally in good usable condition. Good mellow colour and lots of nice detail; reeded legs, inlaid drawer fronts, decorative centre panel and those tambours. The lion’s mask handles are later replacements but typical of what it would have had originally.
Dimensions: 82″, 30″, 43″.