Delightful little primitive Welsh stick back chair c.1790. Ash back over a beautiful thick elm slab seat with obvious old wear to the top and an adze-cut bevel to the underside. Raised on three ash legs cut with a draw knife rather than turned. Great rustic character and good condition with some earlier repairs.
Dimensions: width 16″, depth 12″, height 30″.
Super stylish late 19th.c. ebonised and brass mounted vitrine or shop display cabinet c.1880. Of singular design with a curved rear. Glass top with a pierced brass gallery to the rear and sides, over two glazed doors to the front. Fitted inside with two shallow shelves, also curved and with a moulded front edge, which can be positioned as required in grooves on the sides. Ebonised mahogany frame with original gilded brass mouldings and mounts to the top and door sides. Fluted detail to the door sides highlighted in gold. Brass bead moulding around the bottom edge. Raised on the original turned legs front and rear, also ebonised and fluted to match. Very good original condition with only very minor wear. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 60″, depth at centre 17″, depth at sides 10″, height 38″.
Small Georgian mahogany tilt-top tripod supper table c.1800. 30″ diameter top made from two well figured solid oak boards. On a lovely turned oak turned column and elegantly shaped legs. Excellent colour and condition, with the original iron catch. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 30″, height 28″.
Three long and narrow carpet runners ideal for a hallway or stairs. One traditional hand knotted Persian carpet measuring 120″ x 41″) with a complex design on a dark pink ground with a broad boarder. Also two more modern runners, one Persian style in deep red measuring 124″ x 35″, another in dark blue and cream with floral decoration and tasselled ends which measures 148″ x 31″.
Quality brass and copper standard or floor lamp c.1900. Height adjustable from 53″ – 66″ on a telescopic brass tube with scrolling acanthus leaf detail and a reeded column. On a large weighted copper base with superb repoussé decoration and gadrooned edge on matching feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished and rewired in our workshops and sold together with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: height to bulb 53″-66″, width/depth at base 19″.
Late 19th.c. military officer’s campaign chest c.1880. In solid camphorwood, a fragrant and pest resistant timber strengthened with brass corners and bindings, brass carry handles to either side. Great character with some old wear to the brass and a repair to the edge of the lid on one corner and on on the back. Particularly good colour, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 35″, depth 17½”, height 16″.
Set of four late Georgian oak ‘Chippendale’ dining chairs c.1810. Shaped top rails and pierced baluster form back splats over simple board seats raised on square legs joined with side and cross stretchers. Excellent condition, with an earlier repair to the corner of one chair. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 18½″, depth 17″, height 38″.
Small early 19th.c. oak lowboy or side table c.1810. Two plank top with moulded edge over three drawers with brass handles. Attractively shaped apron continued on the sides and back, all raised on square legs chamfered on their inside edges. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 17″, height 28”.