Fine quality early 20th.c standard lamp c.1920. Turned sycamore base and column on ball feet with a height adjustable brass collar and arched neck, ending in the original hexagonal etched glass shade. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops, rewired, and sold with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: base diameter 11″, height 58-71″.
Late 19th.c. burr walnut combination wardrobe and press by the celebrated British makers and retailers Heal & Son c.1890. Full length hanging to the left hand pod whilst the centre and right hand doors open to reveal three long sliding shelves for clothes and linen over a useful chest of two short and two long drawer. Full length dressing mirror to the centre door. Exceptional burr walnut veneers to the front and sides, laid onto solid mahogany groundwork. Solid mahogany drawer linings and original brass handles. Clearly stamped Heal & Son London on the top right hand drawer front. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 75″, depth 24″, height 82″.
Imposing early 20th.c. long case clock, c.1900. Likely German in origin, standing over seven feet tall with crisply carved detail to the front of the glazed case and a pair of barley twist columns continuing up to the hood. Remarkably clean brass spandrels covering the face. The movement features both Whittington and Westminster chimes striking a set of nine tubular bells, as well as a silent chime switch for convenience. Excellent condition, the works have been overhauled and come with a 12 month guarantee. The case has been cleaned and waxed in our workshops, with keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 15″, height 90″.
19th.c. Georgian oak side table or lowboy. Solid oak top with crisp moulded edge and crossbanding over three drawers. Elegant shaped apron to the front, continuing around both solid oak sides, all raised on tapering cabriole legs. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 31″, depth 20″, height 28″.
Impressively large Carolean style wall mirror c.1910. Imposing foliate carved and pierced oak cushion frame. Very good condition retaining the original bevelled mirror plate with a few minor marks. Could be hung in either portrait or landscape aspects.
Dimensions: width 52″, depth from wall 2″, height 65″.
Splendid mid 19th.c. walnut cylinder top pedestal desk c.1860. Lift the cylinder cover to reveal a fitted interior of pigeon holes and maple veneered stationery drawers over a slide-out 40″ x 19″ work surface, the centre panel lifts to form a reading slope. Raised on twin pedestals with three drawers of graduated depth to both, and a kneehole space between. Of well considered and practical design, a moulded gallery around the top prevents things slipping off, whilst three lifting panels to the desk surface provide extra space for documents and stationery etc below. Superb quality with solid walnut sides and drawer fronts and mahogany drawer linings. A polished rear face means the desk could be used standing in the centre of a room rather than against a wall. Fabulous condition, retaining the original turned knobs, brass and locks. Cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 30″, height 48″.
Very smart French marble top bookcase or display cabinet c.1920. Original rose marble top with moulded edge over a glazed two door cabinet with three adjustable shelves. Symmetrically arranged kingwood veneers to the front and sides with rosewood borders and contrasting inlays. Blind base panels to the doors with a marquetry inlaid design of baskets of flowers with ribbon bows. Ormolu mounts to the shoulders, keyholes and at the centre of the apron. Raised on short turned and reeded legs with further mounts to the collars and feet. Oak groundwork to the doors, oak frame and back boards. Excellent colour and condition, retaining the makers stamp the to the rear. Cleaned and polished in our workshops, key supplied.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 04½”, height 63″
Smart early 20th.c. mahogany serpentine fronted chest of drawers c.1930. Just 23½” wide with two short drawers over five longer drawers ideal for filing, stationary, clothing or accessories. Flame mahogany veneers with cross banded borders to the top and drawer fronts. brass swan neck handles and short bracket feet. Makers or retailers label for Jenners of Edinburgh. Excellent colour and condition cleaned an polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 23½”, depth 30″, height 48″.
Edwardian oak office bookcase c.1910. Single piece bookcase with four glazed sliding doors. Shallower top section with with three adjustable shelves, plus one in the base. Simple design with a moulded cornice and glazing bars and a tall plinth base. Solid oak sides. Excellent original condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 54½”, depth 15½”, height 74½”.
Late 19th.c. cased display of taxidermy birds c.1890. Good collection of native British birds including a pair of barn owns, a jay, kingfisher, lesser spotted woodpecker and a dipper. Presented amongst grasses, behind glass in the original ebonised case with gilded frame.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 7″, height 20″.