Superb quality early 20th.c. brass standard lamp c.1920. With three bulbs and shade holder raised on an elegant neoclassical base in the manner of Robert Adam. With fluted urn held on long supports mounted with ram’s heads and ending in crisply cast claw feet. On shaped tripod base. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate. Shade not included.
Dimensions: height 71″, width/depth at base 16″.
Unusual mid 19th.c. mahogany dressing table mirror c.1850. 17″ diameter circular mirror within a moulded frame, angle adjustable on a yoke shape stand with carved stem. Circular white marble base on a moulded mahogany plinth with turned bun feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 13″, height 26″.
Very impressively proportioned ‘Jacobethan’ style oak court cupboard c.1930. Almost eight feet long and very heavily constructed in solid oak throughout, thankfully it separates into two pieces. With a shallower top cupboard featuring two doors at the centre flanked with superb floral pattern marquetry work inlaid panels within carved arch surrounds. Over a deeper base with three large drawers (one with dividers) above a long cupboard with three doors. Dental cornice with floral frieze over an exceptional carved front with caryatid figures and massive cup and cover supports. Carved drawer fronts and door panels with male and female heads in profile. Turned knobs, panelled sides and oak back and floor boards. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 92½”, depth 25″, height 66″.
Interesting set of three early 20th.c. ceramic tiles c.1910. 6″ square tiles each with a different tube lined design of a galleon under sale. Clearly stamped on the reverse with the greyhound trademark of the Stafforshire pottery T&R Boote Ltd. With their raised or tube lined design and coloured glazes these tiles bear a striking resemblance to tiles with galleon designs produced, whilst she was working at T&R Bootes by the celebrated English ceramic designer Charlotte Rhead. Very good condition with some crazing to the glaze. With a pencil signature to the rear (Braham?) and the initials CB.
Ending the week on a high note with this very impressive 18th.c. French oak linen press or house keeper’s cupboard c.1780. Standing eight feet tall to the top of its fabulous shapely cornice. With a two door cupboard top fitted with shelves and five slim drawers over a bombé fronted base with two short and two long drawers of graduated depth. Beautifully carved large basket of fruits to the centre of the cornice, shaped door panels, concave and convex curved drawer fronts, shaped apron and large carved ball and claw feet. Fine spread of decorative period brass handles and escutcheon plates. Solid oak sides, backboards and drawer linings. Excellent condition and particularly good colour. Cupboard key supplied.
Dimensions: width 78″, depth 23″, height 96″.
Mid 18th.c. oak coffer c.1760. Flat (rather that panelled) two plank top with a moulded edge. Good looking front with unusually shaped panels with deep raised mouldings. Panelled sides and rear, candle box compartment inside and original oak floor boards. Damage to one hinge, otherwise excellent colour and condition. Working lock, key supplied.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 22″, height 25″.
Fine quality pair of French rosewood bedside cabinets c.1900. Designed to look like banks of drawers in fact they each feature one small drawer over a fall front cupboard with a marble base and a larger cupboard below. A true pair with left and right hand opening doors. Quarter veneered tops with shaped and moulded edges, moulded and quarter veneered fronts with original gilded handles. Crisp carved detail to the corners, apron and feet, all repeated on the sides and rear. Raised on the original small wooden castors. Some old wear and repairs to the veneers on the tops. Otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 16″, depth 16″, height 32″.
Edwardian era portrait of gentleman in oil on canvas c.1910. A striking portrait of upright looking gent with moustaches, dressed in stiff collar and a red neck tie held with a gold ring. Some cracking to the surface beneath old layers of varnish. Presented unframed on the original stretcher.
Dimensions: width 20″, height 24″.
Edwardian era Arts & Crafts style copper wall mirror c.1910. Original oval mirror plate with a bevelled edge within a beaten copper frame with chased edge detail and applied mounts at the quarter points. A few spots or tarnish to the mirror, otherwise excellent condition. Could be hung either landscape or portrait aspect.
Dimensions: width 21″, height 32″.
Small early 19th.c. oak tavern settle c.1810. Just less than five feet long, the backrest with four raised, shaped and fielded panels over shaped arms on turned supports. Webbed seat with a loose seat cushion freshly upholstered in a soft grey tweed fabric. Raised on cabriole shaped front legs with pad feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 59″, depth 27″, height 42″.