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″.
A stunning Regency style gilded overmantle cushion mirror with faux bamboo frame decorated with floral details and topped with an extravegantly carved freize of birds, a flaming tourch, arrows and olive branches. c.1890, original and untouched gilding, original glass. Some minor damage to the frame – I shall post again when it has been restored.
Dimensions: height 76″, width 47″.
Another of today’s new arrivals: An unusual arts and crafts style solid walnut refectory table with pierced ends by Reynolds of Ludlow. Together with a matching bench seat by the same maker.
Table Dimensions: width 54″, depth 27″, height 29″.
Reynolds was established in the early 1950’s as a small father and son producer of hand crafted furniture inspired by the ethos of the Arts and Crafts movement. Unfortunately there premises was destroyed by fire in the late 1970’s and the company folded soon after. Their work has become increasingly collectable.
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Happily there is lots of new stock to show you today. First up is this great little oak chest of drawers. Good early timber, excellent colour with an un usual carved detail to the drawer fronts.
Another of today’s highlights is this superb quality George III mahogany press cupboard c.1815 with elegant oval door panels.
Some more of this mornings new arrivals – more to follow.
Good quality late 19th.c. burr wlanut fold over card table c.1880. Superb figured grane to the top which rotates and opens to reveal the baize playing surface. Supported on a higly decorative base featuring turned colums, carved legs and large finials. Excellent condition, restored and French polished in our workshops.
width 29″, depth (closed) 18″ height 28″.