Striking and unusual 18th.c. style upholstered two seater sofa with X shaped supports with three stretchers, c.1900. With finials at both corners of the backrest and upholstered in a pink fabric with braid, which is both clean and serviceable. Minor wear to the upholstery otherwise in excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 52″, depth 23″, height 47″.
Stylish brass and glass nest of tables comprising of a trio of graduating size, with the smaller two being slid inside when not in use. Each with their original glass top on elegant solid brass frames with slim reeded legs, ending in neat turned feet. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 23½”/19½”/16″, depth 14″/14″/14″, height 19″/18″/16½”.
Good example of the classic late Georgian Welsh oak kitchen cupboard of a type known locally as a ‘Cwpwrdd Bara Caws’ or bread and cheese cupboard c.1810. Two door cupboard top with the vented door panels typical of the form over a cupboard base with two drawers at the waist. Attractive patterned piercing to the vented panels, bone escutcheons and brass knobs. Excellent condition with original back boards. Very good colour, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 44″, depth 24″, height 76″.
Delightful little pair of Edwardian mahogany music cabinets c.1910. Originally intended for sheet music, but nowadays popular for filing and stationery, the drawer fronts fold down on a patented mechanism to allow easy access to the contents. Of unusual design with a serpentine sided tray top over an open shelf and five drawers. With inlaid serpentine drawer fronts each retaining their original Art Nouveau style copper handles. The Art Nouveau theme continues in the organic shape of the stiles and legs. Excellent quality with solid mahogany drawer linings, sides and back panels, with a makers badge from Globe Wernicke, London. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Internal drawer dimensions: width 15″, depth 11″, height 3¼”.
Dimensions: width 22″, depth 16″, height 39″.
Four early 19th.c. oak cottage dining chairs c.1830. Slightly flared backrest with a straight top rail and three straight slats over the wooden seat and square legs typical of the form. Solid oak throughout. Some earlier repairs and restorations, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 17½”, depth 17″/16″, height 36″.
Late 19th.c. Rosewood Open Bookcase c.1890. Restrained, uncluttered design and useful size at 40″ wide. With three fixed shelves and nicely figured rosewood veneers to the top, front, sides and plinth. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 13″, height 41″.
Large mid 19th.c. sofa by the celebrated English makers Howard & Sons of London c.1860. A generous two seater with padded and sprung backrest over a sprung seat with loose feather cushions. Upholstered in a modern copy of the original Howard & Sons fabric, featuring the company’s initials in the pattern. Mahogany back legs stamped with serial numbers and retaining the original brass castors also stamped Howard & Sons London. Very good condition with a small repair to the covers at the rear.
Dimensions: width 76″, depth 34″, height 35″.
Unusually large late 18th.c. George III mahogany wine cooler c.1790. Coopered with brass bands, with original brass lions head handles as well as the lead lined interior with space for twelve bottles. The hinged flat top making for a useful side table, all raised on tapering turned legs with original casters.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 16″, height 28″.