Large Georgian style crook arm chair by the acclaimed British cabinet makers Maple & Co c.1920. In need of upholstery.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 26″, height 40″.
Early 19th.c. oak longcase clock with eight day works by Moses Evans of Llangernyw in North Wales c.1810. Oak case with faux columns and mahogany crossbanding, swan-neck pediment and brass roundels to the hood. With a clear painted face featururing separate second hand and date display. The works have been cleaned and overhauled and are sold with a twelve month guarentee. Llangernyw is a village in the hills above the Conwy valley, about 10 miles from us here in Llandudno. Moses Evans was a contemporary of the acclaimed Watkin Owen of Llanrwst and the only other clockmker of note in the Conwy area at the time. He is featured in the book ‘The Clockmakers of Llanrwst’.
Excellent quality Edwardian mahogany glazed double height corner display c.1905. Carved cornice over a full length bow front door with 32 individulally glazed panels. Solid oak backboards, shaped shelves and detail to the feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: depth to corner 18″, height 72″.
George III oak three panel coffer c.1800. Original carved detail, oak sides and back. Excellent conditon, cleaned, restored and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 49″, depth 20″, height 22″.
Stylish pair of stainless steel champagne buckets on stands c.1960. Brass ring detail to the stands. Very good condition, light scratches to the buckets.
Dimensions: diameter at base 12″, height 30″.
Late 19th.c. brass dinner gong hung from a deer antler with silver plated mounts. Granite base and original clapper.
Dimensions: width 12″, depth 8″, height 23″.
Late Georgian oak bow front corner cupboard c.1800. Mahogany dental cornice, crossbanding and molding, oak shelves and backboards. Excellent conditon, cleaned and polished in our workshops with original hinges and escutcheons. Key supplied.
Dimensions: depth to corner 17″, height 40″.
Useful little Edwardian mahogany bureau c.1910. Attractive marquetry inlaid fall opening to reveal a simple fitted interior of pigeon holes and drawers in oak. Oak drawer linings, original brass. Excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 17″, height 28″.
Elegant edwardian mahogany bijouterie display table c. 1905. Carved with Chinese Chippendale style blind fretwork on the top and continuing down each of the legs. Unusual shaped bracket stretchers. Excellent colour and condition. Cleaned, polished and re-lined. Key supplied. The display top has a 4″ depth.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 15″, height 29″.
Delightful little late 19th.c. Arts & Crafts style bookcase c.1890. Solid oak throughout, with shaped brakets and feet pierced with heart shaped cut-aways. Excellent colour and condition.
Dimensions: width 33″, depth 10″, height 49″.