Delightful little early 19th.c. oak Welsh potboard dresser base c.1810. Unusual small size, just 4’8″ wide. Simple design with a single plank top (plus a thin strip at the rear) with neat moulded edge over three drawers with original turned knobs. Straight apron with an applied moulding. Raised on three crisply turned front legs joined with a potboard shelf with a plate stand and moulded edges. Some marks to the top where a rack was fitted, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 56″, depth 15″, height 32″.
Small late 19th.c. carved oak coffer c.1880. Attractive carved detail to the lid repeated on the three panel front and sides. Further carved detail to the stiles and rails and shaped detail at the feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 18″, height 18″.
Early 20th.c. chinoiserie standard lamp c.1930. Turned wooden column on a circular base and bracket feet. With oriental style decoration in raised and coloured lacquerwork and gold paint against a black ground. Very good condition with some wear at the base. Cleaned and rewired. Sold with PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: height to bulb 62″, diameter at base 13″.
Superb George III mahogany linen press c.1800. In two pieces with a two door top fitted with four sliding shelves over a chest of two short and two long drawers of graduated depth. Deep cornice with a unusual carved detail (continued on the sides), gorgeous flame mahogany door panels with a crossbanded border and raised mouldings, original elaborately cast gilded brass handles and original tall bracket feet. Of superior quality with solid mahogany sides and oak linings to the slides and drawers. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Note the slides could be easily removed and a hanging rail fitted if preferred.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 21½”, height 76″.
Beautiful William IV mahogany fold-over supper table c.1830. Stands flat against the wall as an elegant console table, or turn and open the top to make a useful square table for four. Well figured mahogany tops with crossbanded edges. Raised on a yoke pedestal with turned and reeded column and four scrolling acanthus leaf feet with original brass castors. Excellent condition and particularly good colour. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 18″, height 29″.
Splendid mid 19th.c. button upholstered chaise longue or daybed c.1860. Wider than most with a generous three feet wide sprung seat and a headrest which reclines to various positions with a handle at the rear. Raised on the original turned and ebonised legs with brass castors. Covered in a well chosen green/grey and gold woven damask. Good condition, solid and sturdy with serviceable covers.
Dimensions: width 36″, length 70″, height 32″.
Impressive late 19th.c. gilt overmantle mirror c.1880. Standing over six feet tall it’s easily big enough to be used stood on the floor as a full length dressing mirror in a bedroom or frock shop perhaps. Arch top 49″ x 69″ mirror plate within a gilded wooden frame with elaborate moulded details flanked with a fine pair of fluted columns with Corinthian capitals. Scrolling acanthus leaf brackets at the base and topped with a pair of urn-shaped finials. Original gilding, mellowed with age and worn in places but no signs or re-touching. Later mirror plate, original backboards.
Dimensions: width (at the base) 64″, depth 4½”, height 74″.
Unusual pair of oriental style drum or barrel stools or side tables c.1920. In papier mache with a gilt lacquer finish with chinoiserie style decoration. Hand painted in black with an oriental landscape to one side, flowers on the reverse and birds to tops. With handles modelled as Chinese guardian lions or ‘foo dogs’ to the sides. Some obvious wear and repairs to the top of one stool. Otherwise good condition, solid and sturdy.
Diameter: width 19″, depth 16″, height 19″.