Gorgeous little early 19th.c. beidermeier style mahogany dressing table or wash stand c.1830. Just 31½” wide. Original oval mirror plate within a crossbanded mahogany frame, angle adjustable on a shaped yoke ending in delightful carved swan’s heads. Over the original white marble top with beautifully dished surface and rounded corners. Flame mahogany veneered base with a single drawer raised on shaped legs joined with a turned stretcher and retaining the original brass castors. Minor tarnish to the mirror, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 31½”, depth 16½”, height 55″.
Splendid late 18th.c. oak seaman’s chest c.1790. Quite unusual being in solid oak. Dome top with long decorative iron strap hinges and ring handle original iron carry handles. With a hinged compartment inside and raised on sleigh feet to keep it away from the damp. Great original character and condition, left dry and unwaxed.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 22″, height 25″.
Fine George III mahogany chest on chest c.1820. In two pieces, with two short drawers over six long drawers of graduated depth. Moulded cornice with a carved Greek detail and crossbanded frieze, solid mahogany drawer fronts of matched grain retaining the original gilded brass swan neck handles. Chamfered and fluted corners to the top section, original bracket feet to the base, solid mahogany sides. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 44″, depth 21″, height 73½”.
Unusual little Chinese elm altar or side cabinet c.1960. Just 12″ deep, ideal piece for a narrow hallway perhaps. The top with upswept cleats, over four small drawers and two cupboards, plus two further secret drawers hidden behind sliding panels in the waist. Beautifully figured elm fronts with decorative brass mounts and hinges, shaped bracket feet. Note the Chinese script printed on the inside of the cupboards, also the brass door locks in the form of fish. Very good condition.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 12″, height 30″.
Remarkable large late 19th.c. cased taxidermy display c.1890. Collection of five native British birds of prey, comprising male and female Sparrowhawks, a female Merlin, a young Perigrine Falcon, a male Kestrel and a Rough legged Buzzard. Very good and naturalistic taxidermy, presented in a variety of poses against a rocky backdrop with grasses and mosses. Behind glass in the original case with gold frame. Very good condition.
Dimensions: width 42″, depth 14″, height 31″.
Small mid 19th.c.rosewood Wellington chest c.1870. Just 20″ wide with seven drawers of graduated depth, ideal for accessories and filing (big enough for sheets of A4 paper), held closed with the hinged and lockable right hand pilaster. Carved corbels, turned knobs and hardwood drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 20″, depth 14″, height 44½”.
Late Georgian Welsh longcase clock by Richard Griffith of Denbigh c.1800. Fine tall oak case, the hood with a swan neck pediment with lovely hand-painted detail (continued on the sides) and brass roundels. Mahogany crossbanded arch top glazed door, flanked with turned and reeded columns with exceptional gilded brass Corinthian capitals. Slim case with mahogany crossbanding and a long door with a shaped top, flanked with quarter columns with the same quality brass mounts. Deep ogee mouldings and shaped feet. With an enamelled face named for the clockmaker Richard Griffith of Denbigh featuring a rolling moon and separate date dial. With an eight day works striking the hours on a bell. Cast iron weights and a brass pendulum. Excellent condition, the case has been cleaned and polished in our workshops. The works have been cleaned and overhauled and are sold with a 12 month guarantee.
Dimensions: width 20″, depth 10″, height 91½”.
Charming little Edwardian era Arts & Crafts oak hall stand c.1910. Just 29½” wide with five hooks for hats and coats arranged around a central oval shaped mirror, over a shelf and single drawer. Solid oak frame with lovely heart-shaped cutaways and turned front stiles topped with turned finials. Two period replacement hooks, otherwise excellent condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Maker’s label for Brough Brothers of Liverpool inside the drawer.
Dimensions: width 29½”, depth 13″, height 79″.
Fine example of a late Georgian oak Welsh dresser c.1790. Well proportioned rack with three shelves and five small spice drawers, a moulded cornice and handsome fluted sides. Over a breakfront cupboard base with three drawers across the top, two cupboards and a central bank of three additional drawers of graduated depth. Beautiful early timbers with a two plank top with moulded edge, oak panelled sides and original oak floor. Brasses appear to be original, with the exception of a few back plates. Original shaped bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition, restored, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 74″, depth 20½, height 78″.