A Hard Knock Life

This well proportioned Georgian oak and elm drop leaf table has had some rough treatment over the years which has left the top with a unique, almost decorative finish, covered in hundreds of black marks. Not for everyone I know, but for a Georgian six seater pad foot table this is a bargain.
Dimensions: width 18″/58″ x 48″, height 28.
£150.

Superior Spoonback.

Little details can make such a difference to a piece of furniture and raise it above the crowd. The quality of the timber and the superb carving on the arm and leg of this early 19th.c spoonback caught my eye when it came in this week. The upholstery is a little tired but it is a lovely example and recovered it could look really special.
Dimensions: width 25″, depth 30″, height 36″
£345.

Edwardian Tub Chairs and Side Table.

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″.
£495.

Edwardian sqaure leg satinwood two drawer pembroke table.
Dimensions width 12″/24″, depth 12″, height 27″
£325.

Georgian Mahogany Tripod Table.

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″.
£395.

Mid 18th.c. Box Settle.

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″
£1850.