Very impressive mid 19th.c. mahogany hall tree or hat coat and stick stand c.1870. Standing very nearly eight feet tall with nine large double hooks for hats and coats arranged in three tiers on a superb turned column. With an iron hoop for sticks and umbrellas and circular base with original removable drip trays within a moulded edge and raised on turned feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: height 93″, diameter at hooks 19″, diameter at base 21″.
Good looking Georgian style three seater buttoned leather couch c.1960. Shaped backrest and high rollover ends over a sprung seat. Buttoned upholstery in a green/grey putty coloured leather. Raised on square moulded mahogany legs joined with stretchers at the front, rear and centre. Good condition with some typical wear to the leather.
Dimensions: width 80″, depth 28″, height 36″.
Early 19th.c. mahogany single drawer side table c.1820. Bow fronted single piece solid mahogany top with a reeded edge. Over a single drawer (also bow fronted) with original turned knobs, raised on lovely bobbin turned legs front and rear. Some obvious old wear to the top, otherwise excellent colour condition.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 22″, height 30″.
Splendid pair of upholstered open armchairs c.1930. Stylish design, the low backs with a straight top and square wings over broad upholstered arms and a long sprung seat with deep feather filled cushions. Unusual walnut fronts, with carved and shaped details running from the arm supports to the feet and continuing as a pierced frieze across the front. Excellent condition with very clean covers in a green/grey chenille.
Dimensions width 32″, depth 38″, height 32″.
Early 18th.c. elm six plank chest or coffer c.1720. Good example of the form constructed from six elm planks with shaped brackets on the front and shaped detail at the foot. Wrought iron clasp to hold the lid shut. Can also double as a useful little window seat or hall bench with storage. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 15″, height 27″.
Fine quality mid 19th.c. walnut pedestal desk c.1870. Four foot wide top with three leather skivers, a central writing slope, pen tray and shelf flanked with two banks of small stationery drawers, and two drawers below. Lift the slope to reveal a well for documents (or a laptop/tablet) with a fitted interior of four small pigeon holes. On twin pedestals each with three drawers of graduated depth, and raised on castors. Beautifully figured burr walnut veneers across the top and fronts. The sides and rear in plain walnut, polished all round. Mahogany drawer linings and original paper labels for the Druce & Co. cabinet makers of Baker St, London. Excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 30″, height 39″.
Mid 19th.c. portrait of a lady in oil on canvas c.1850. A striking image of a lady with large hazel eyes and jet black hair parted in the centre. A lady of modest tastes perhaps, she wears a black gown with a high collar and white lace trim, an unusual embroidered white lace cap or bonnet tied below the chin and a simple gold chain. Very good condition, presented unframed on the original stretcher.
Dimensions: with 20″, height 24″.
Elegant George III oak two drawer side table or lowboy c.1800. Solid oak two plank top with cleated ends over two slim drawers. Shaped detail to the apron and raised on straight legs with chamfered inside corners and joined with an H stretcher. Cockbeaded drawer fronts with original brass swan neck handles. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 19″, height 29″.
Very rare pair of mid 19th.c. table screens c.1840. Designed to prevent diners from the indignity of watching or being watched while eating! Modelled as miniature versions of a classic fireside pole screen. With original hand embroidered panels behind glass, within gilded slips and pollard oak frames. Turned and carved columns and tricorn bases with turned feet. A small crack to the glass on one screen. Otherwise excellent condition with original pleated silk backs.
Dimensions: width 8½”, depth 5″, height 15″.
Early 19th.c. oak Welsh cottage dresser c.1820. Of the style produced on the Isle of Anglesey here in North Wales, with an unusually low rack with a moulded cornice over open shelves and two small glazed cupboards. Base with three drawers over two cupboards and a central bank of three drawers. Good decorative front with shaped droppers and reeded sides to the rack. The breakfronted base with a mahogany moulding and scallop shaped detail around the top, turned columns, inlaid parquetry detail to the corner of the door panels and ebony escutcheons. Original turned knobs and shaped bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 67″, depth 17″, height 77½”.