Very large late 19th.c. papier mache tray c.1890. 32″ x 26″ oval tray with exceptional handpainted floral decoration featuring numerous recognizable botanical specimens within a gilt decorated edge. Raised on a later fold wrought iron stand (c.1930) to make a useful occasional table which can be easily stored flat when not required. Some obvious crazing to the top lacquer but generally good original condition.
Dimensions: width 32″, depth 26″, height 21″.
Mid 19th.c. scrub top kitchen or dairy table c.1860. 1¼” thick sycamore slab top over a painted pine base with two drawers and a shaped apron. Raised on very elegantly turned legs front and rear. Original red stain / paintwork and original knobs. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 54″, depth 24″, height 31″.
19th.c. adjustable shaving or make-up mirror on stand c.1880. Original 8″ diameter mirror with a moulded mahogany frame. Height and angle adjustable on a telescopic brass column over a 14″ diameter table. Raised on an unusual brass tripod base with slim outswept legs and ball feet. Old repairs to the mirror frame, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width/depth at the base 20″, height 48″-62″.
Unusual set of four little Lusty Lloyd Loom chairs c.1950. Striking design with a tall shaped backrest and low sprung seat raised on short beech legs. Excellent condition with original gold paint finish, whilst the loose seat pads have been freshly upholstered in a black velvet chenille. Original paper maker’s label to the underside of one chair. Interesting to note each chair is stamped with the manufacturing date July 1950 and also with the CC41 logo of the wartime ‘Utility’ scheme which controlled the use of raw material in British manufacturing from 1941 until its abolition in 1952.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 18″, height 32″.
Very good looking French Louis Philippe marble top chest of drawers c.1840. Original grey marble top with rounded corners and a moulded edge over four long drawers. Highly figured burr walnut veneers arranged in a symmetrical pattern across the front. Shallow top drawer with shaped front, plus three deeper drawers set within a moulded border.Solid walnut sides, oak drawer linings and backboards. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 50½”, depth 23″, height 36½”.
Edwardian era French alabaster hanging light c.1910. Two bulbs inside a 16″ diameter alabaster bowl below a highly decorative and shapely gilded brass fitting mounted with laurel wreathes. Original pommel and ceiling mount. Hairline crack in the bowl, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and ready to hang.
Dimensions: width 16½”, total drop 28″.
Late 19th.c oak ‘Canterbury’ magazine or book tidy c.1890. Of simple uncluttered design and quite unusual being in oak. Divided into four sections with slim dividers and lattice sides over a single drawer in the base. Raised on short turned legs with the original brass cup castors. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops
Dimensions: width 18″, depth 14″, height 19″.
Charming mid 19th.c. painting of a gentleman in oil on canvas dated 1857. A friendly looking young gent with a chinstrap beard painted in a slightly naive style, with lovely attention to the detail his embroidered shirt front. Signed A. Loos and dated 1857 in red to the right of the sitter. Presented unframed in good condition, relaid onto a canvas stretcher.
Dimensions: width 20″, height 24″.
Splendid late 19th.c. Renaissance revival carved oak couch c.1890. Upholstered backrest and carved arms with crisp scrolling acanthus leaf detail on shaped supports over a sprung seat. Raised on an exceptional carved oak base with a leaf pattern frieze, legs with lions masks and claw feet joined with an unusual arrangement of shaped and moulded stretchers. Very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops, serviceable covers.
Dimensions: width 47″, depth 28″, height 41″.