Late Georgian Welsh longcase clock by Richard Griffith of Denbigh c.1800. Fine tall oak case, the hood with a swan neck pediment with lovely hand-painted detail (continued on the sides) and brass roundels. Mahogany crossbanded arch top glazed door, flanked with turned and reeded columns with exceptional gilded brass Corinthian capitals. Slim case with mahogany crossbanding and a long door with a shaped top, flanked with quarter columns with the same quality brass mounts. Deep ogee mouldings and shaped feet. With an enamelled face named for the clockmaker Richard Griffith of Denbigh featuring a rolling moon and separate date dial. With an eight day works striking the hours on a bell. Cast iron weights and a brass pendulum. Excellent condition, the case has been cleaned and polished in our workshops. The works have been cleaned and overhauled and are sold with a 12 month guarantee.
Dimensions: width 20″, depth 10″, height 91½”.
Charming little Edwardian era Arts & Crafts oak hall stand c.1910. Just 29½” wide with five hooks for hats and coats arranged around a central oval shaped mirror, over a shelf and single drawer. Solid oak frame with lovely heart-shaped cutaways and turned front stiles topped with turned finials. Two period replacement hooks, otherwise excellent condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Maker’s label for Brough Brothers of Liverpool inside the drawer.
Dimensions: width 29½”, depth 13″, height 79″.
Fine example of a late Georgian oak Welsh dresser c.1790. Well proportioned rack with three shelves and five small spice drawers, a moulded cornice and handsome fluted sides. Over a breakfront cupboard base with three drawers across the top, two cupboards and a central bank of three additional drawers of graduated depth. Beautiful early timbers with a two plank top with moulded edge, oak panelled sides and original oak floor. Brasses appear to be original, with the exception of a few back plates. Original shaped bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition, restored, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 74″, depth 20½, height 78″.
George III mahogany bow front corner cupboard c.1810. Moulded cornice and crossbanded frieze over two doors with mahogany veneers on solid mahogany groundwork. Thumb moulding to the base, fitted inside with three oak shelves and oak back boards. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: depth to corner 20″, height 41½″.
Cute little early 20th.c. Queen Anne style settee or sofa c.1930. With a high backrest with ribbed upholstery and shaped wing sides over roll-top arms and a sprung seat with loose feather filled seat cushions. Raised on short walnut legs with brass and ceramic castors. Excellent condition with clean covers.
Dimensions: width 63″, depth 30″, height 41″.
Images here of four extending oak dining tables from our unrestored stock.
Oak Drawer leaf refectory style dining table c.1920. Parquetry top on carved and turned legs and stretchers.
Length 66″ – 124″, width 37″, height 30½”.
Late 19th.c. oak extending dining table c.1890. Opening on a corkscrew mechanism with two additional leaves. On turned legs with original castors.
Length 61″-95″, width 45″, depth 28″.
Arts & Crafts oak extending dining table c.1910. Opening on a corkscrew mechanism with two additional leaves. On square legs with flared foot and original castors.
Length 58″ – 82½”, width 41″, height 28½”
Small oval ak drawer leaf dining table c.1930. Gadrooned edge, turned legs and shaped stretchers.
Length 37″- 60″, width 38″, height 29″.
Images here of four long narrow refectory tables from our unrestored stock.
Late 19th.c. pine refectory table with straight legs. Length 95½”, width 30½, height 29″.
Late 19th.c. pine refectory table with turned legs. Length 98″, width 32½”, height 29½”.
Solid oak refectory table. 1¼” thick top on turned legs and shaped stretchers. Length 90½”, width 29″, height 28½”.
Two plank pitch pine dairy table. 1¼” thick top on X Frame ends with iron spars. Length 94″, width 22″, height 32″.
Fine 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 and floor boards. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 46½”, depth 18½”, height 76″.