Delightful little Arts & Crafts settle or hall bench c.1900. Just over three feet wide, of unusual design in solid oak throughout. Shaped and pierced top rail between tall tapering rear stiles with square dome top finials. Swept sides, three plank seat over a pierced apron with a heart motif cut-out. Front legs continuing beyond the seat height with shaped detail to the tops, joined to the rear with floor level stretchers for extra strength. Old damage the corners of the finial on the right hand rear stile. Otherwise excellent colour condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: with 37″, depth 16″, height 36″.
Unusual William IV mahogany serving side table c.1835. Solid single piece mahogany top with a thumb moulded edge. Raised on five (two at the rear, three at the front) impressively carved legs with twist and acanthus leaf detail. Veneered apron with carved bosses where the legs join. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 53″, depth 23½”, height 29″.
Very elegant little Georgian mahogany Pembroke table c.1780. Just 16″ wide when folded, it makes a useful little supper table for four people when open. Solid mahogany top with folding leaves over two small drawers with original brass knobs and bone escutcheons. Raised on crisply turned tapering legs with the original brass cup castors. Beautiful early timbers. Oak drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 16/30″, depth 31½”, height 28″.
Fine pair of large leather armchairs c.1900. Shaped, raked and buttoned backrests over rollover arms and generously proportioned sprung seats. Original brown leather upholstery. Raised on turned walnut legs and castors. Minor wear to the leather and a few replacement buttons. Otherwise excellent colour and condition with particularly good patina. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 34″, depth 38″, height 36″.
Neat little Edwardian walnut writing desk c.1905. Just 36″ wide with the original leather top writing surface over four short drawers of graduated depth and a single drawer over the kneehole. Shaped drawer fronts with original handles, turned legs raised on the original brown pot castors. Superior quality, in solid walnut throughout and polished on the rear. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 21½”, height 29½”.
Good set of four early 20th.c. bentwood bistro type dining chairs by the Czechoslovakian makers Tatra c.1920. Bentwood frames with pressed backrest and seat panels featuring a superb Art Nouveau design of stylized plant forms. With original paper labels to the underside. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 15″, depth 16″, height 36″.
Very unusual pair of large late 19th.c. garden plinths c.1890. In stoneware, modelled as tree stumps with a textured surface and brown glaze to resemble bark. 15″ diameter tops. Could be used upside down as planters if preferred. Some minor wear, generally very good original condition.
Dimensions: height 21″, width 25″, depth 23″.
Handsome mid 19th.c. pollard oak chiffonier sideboard c.1860. Useful size with two drawers over a two door cupboard base fitted with shelves. Beautifully figured honey coloured pollard oak veneers across the top and front. Shaped drawer fronts continued on the sides, arch door panels with raised mouldings and carved corbels. Superiour quality with solidoak groundwork and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 21″, height 34″.
Extraordinary late 19th.c. plaster bust of a laughing man c.1890. Small shoulder length bust of an bald man in unusual costume. The man’s laughing expression is reminiscent of the famous character heads of the 18th.c. German sculptor Franz Xaver Messerschmidt. Presented as found with some obvious wear.
Dimensions: width 12″, depth 6″, height 8″.