Excellent quality Edwardian shop display cabinet c.1910. Mahogany frame, glazed on all four sides and the top, with an elegantly bowed front pane. Shaped base moulding and raised on a low stand with short cabriole legs (could be used without this if preferred). Access via the hinged rear panel which opens with the original brass latches. Fitted with adjustable shelf brackets inside to hold three glass shelves. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 22″, height 72½”. (Internal dimensions: width 24″, depth 19½”, height 60″.)
Handsome George III mahogany wardrobe c.1790. Very usually it can be disassembled into flat elements to allow for delivery up a tight staircase. With a crisply carved cornice with pointed arch and dropper detail continued on the sides, over two fine panelled doors with raised mouldings. On a moulded plinth with tall bracket feet. Fitted inside with a rail for hanging and a low shelf (removable if preferred). Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 57″, depth 23″, height 78″.
Edwardian oak hall stand for hats, coats and umbrellas c.1910. Unusual design with six brass coat hooks on overhanging sides either side of three double rails for holding hats over a stick/umbrella stand with original removable drip tray. Crisp turned finials and front stiles. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 52″, depth 9″, height 70″.
Very elegant Regency rosewood breakfast table c.1820. Circular 46″ diameter top with beautifully figured rosewood veneers, crossbanded edge and apron. Octagonal section column, tapering toward the base, on a circular plinth and carved feet with small brass castors. To seat six, the top can be tipped to vertical when not in use. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 46″, height 28¼”.
Probably the best apprentice piece we have ever had and a lovely piece of Welsh folk art, we are delighted to present this gorgeous little miniature South Walian mahogany sideboard dresser c.1870. Just 18½” wide, its a fabulous demonstration of the cabinet making skills which were once commonplace in British furniture making. Solid mahogany with rosewood crossbanding, ebony and satinwood mouldings, tiny dovetail joints, intricate carved detail and turned knobs and feet. Excellent condition, with a repair to the front right hand corner, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 18½”, depth 6″, height 13″.
Useful mid 19th.c. mahogany chest of drawers c.1850. Well figured flame mahogany top with crossbanded edge over two short drawers and three long drawers of graduated depth. Cockbeaded drawer fronts with turned wooded knobs and escutcheons. Solid mahogany sides and a veneered plinth. Excellent colour and condition, some repairs to the veneers, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 41½”, depth 20″, height 41½”.
Delightful little early 19th.c. oak Welsh potboard dresser base c.1800. Unusual small size, just a fraction over 4’6″ wide. Simple design with a two plank top over three drawers with large turned knobs and a straight apron. Raised on four chamfered front legs joined with a potboard shelf with fruitwood boards. Excellent condition and a particularly good colour. Some repairs to the top, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 54½”, depth 15½”, height 30″.
Mid 19th.c. biedermeier style burr walnut chest of drawers with dressing table top c.1850. Lift the top to reveal a mirror and dressing table which automatically slides forward to make a little overhang for your knees. Over four long drawers. Typical for the style applied decoration and brass work is forgoed in favour of the decorative qualities of the burr walnut veneers which are arranged in a symmetrical pattern across the top, table surface and drawer fronts. With canted corners, crisp mouldings, oak drawer linings and original locks. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 20″, height 36½”/55½”.
Neat little Georgian style mahogany drum table c.1970. 24″ diameter top with symmetrically arranged flame mahogany veneers within a crossbanded and inlaid border. Over four working drawers (and four dummy fronts) with mahogany drawer linings inlaid stringing and brass knobs. On a turned mahogany column and tripod legs with shaped block feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 24″, 27½”.
Fantastic Victorian mahogany military campaign bed c.1870. Of ingenious patented design by Robinsons & Sons of Ilkley it can be used flat or raised to various positions at both ends to make a very comfortable chaise longue or daybed. The frame hinges in the centre and the legs unscrew so it would take up minimum space in an officer’s baggage train. Superb quality with solid mahogany frame, brass hinges each stamped for Robinsons, coiled steel webbing and the original brass castors (also stamped) with rubberised wheels. Brass and enamel maker’s labels to the underside. Some repairs to the webbing, otherwise excellent condition. Sold with a long seat pad and two matching cushions in a yellow and blue striped fabric.
Dimensions length 77″, depth 22″.