Very useful little late Georgian mahogany four tier stand c.1810. Just 16″ wide, ideal for drinks, books, a lamp etc or a bathroom perhaps for towels etc. Four solid mahogany shelves raised on turned columns and the original brass cup castors. Turned finials to top and a dummy drawer front blow the bottom shelf. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 16″, depth 16″, height 59″.
Mid 19th.c. chair side reading or music stand c.1870. Walnut book holder (14″ x 11″) with brass page stays, angle adjustable with a lockable ball and socket joint at the rear and height adjustable on a brass column. On a heavy cast iron base for stability with lion’s paw feet. Original label at the rear for the London makers Leveson & Sons of Knightsbridge. Very good original condition.
Dimensions: width 26″, max height 57″, width & depth at base 13″.
Large mid 20th.c. woven tapestry wall hanging by the acclaimed Jacquard weavers Point de L’Halluin of Northern France. 17th.c. style tapestry of ducks on a river set in woodland woven in blue/green threads, with a floral border. Signed in the lower left hand corner and the original label to the rear. Excellent condition and strong colours.
Dimensions: width 72″, height 60″.
Delightful pair of 18th.c. oak side chairs c.1760. Pegged construction in solid oak throughout with horizontal slatted backrests over panelled seats raised on lovely turned and block front legs and stretchers. Note the angled rear stiles, moulded side slats and old joiner’s marks. Very good condition with some later repairs and restorations. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 18″, depth 19½”, height 38″.
Small late 19th.c. carved oak coffer c.1880. Good quality copy of a 16th.c. six plank chest. Constructed from six solid oak boards with heavy iron strap hinges. Decorative front carved with a design featuring two Tudor roses, notched detail to the edges and an attractive pointed arch cutaway at the sides. Easily strong enough to double as a useful little window seat or hall bench with storage. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 15″, height 23″.
Early 19th.c. longcase clock with a rare rocking ship movement from the South Wales town of Neath c.1820. Mahogany case, the hood with a swan neck pediment, turned columns and and arched door with unusual shaped and crossbanded trim. Over a shaped door with raised mouldings repeated on the base, ogee mouldings at the waist and neat little bracket feet. White enamelled face with separate seconds dial and working date display. Topped with a painted tall ship flying the Union Jack, which rocks to and fro with each beat of the pendulum, flanked by a castle and another ship viewed through a rock arch (several of which can be found on the coast of South Wales). Further hand painted detail of pheasants and castles to the corners of the dial. Original pierced and chased brass hands. Eight day works striking the hours on a bell, cleaned and overhauled and sold with a one year guarantee. Original weights and pendulum. Excellent colour and condition. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 20″, depth 10″, height 84″.
Unusual mid 19th.c. rosewood tripod wine table c.1860. Rosewood veneered 20½” diameter top with crossbanded edge and shaped apron. Raised on a shapely base and tripod legs carved in solid rosewood with a scroll detail to the feet. Very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 20½”, height 27½”.
Large late 19th.c. oak frame wall mirror c.1890. Original 24″ x 32″ mirror plate set within a broad carved and pierced cushion frame. The mirror is quite heavily tarnished but could be easily be replaced with a fresh plate if preferred. Frame in excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Can be hung either landscape or portrait aspect.
Dimensions: width 37″, height 45″, depth 4″.
Large late 18th.c. oak Welsh dresser from the Conwy valley c.1770. Original plate rack with good moulded cornice, three shelves and particularly attractive shaped sides with a curving ‘belly’ and tall ‘shoes’. Enclosed base with a two plank top with moulded edge over three drawers and three cupboards plus a small central knife drawer (an unusual feature). Oak panelled sides, original cupboard dividers and bracket feet. The brass work dates form the Edwardian era. Presented as found, unrestored with particularly good colour and patina.
Dimensions: width 72″, depth 21″, height 80″.