Very impressive late 19th oak open bookcase c.1880. Measuring 100″ in length with a solid oak top with a thumb moulded edge over two open bookcase sections each fitted with two adjustable shelves at 10″ depth providing 23 feet of shelf space. With an exceptional Renaissance style carved frieze featuring a stag, birds and scrolling acanthus leaves. Raised on a tall moulded plinth. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 100″, depth 13½”. height 47½”
Late 19th.c. extending oak dining table c.1890. Extending on a corkscrew mechanism from 59″ to a maximum length of 94″ with two additional leaves to comfortably seat 10 people. Solid oak top with a moulded edge and canted corners on good turned and reeded legs with the original brass-collared pot castors. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Winding handle supplied.
Dimensions: width 47″, length 59″ – 94″, height 29½”.
Useful little late 19th.c. mahogany chiffonier side cabinet c.1880. Just over four feet wide. Well figured top with deep thumb moulded edge over three drawers and three cupboards fitted with shelves and slides. Simple design with minimal decoration. Original brass handles on the drawers, raised mouldings to the door panels. Some old marks and wear to the top. Otherwise very good condition and colour. Cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 49″, depth 19½”, height 37½”.
Very unusual little art nouveau wine mahogany table c.1900. Reminiscent of the furniture designs of the celebrated French Art Nouveau pioneer Emile Galle. Pointed trefoil top with moulded edge on swept legs of branching organic form with a shaped foot and joined with a triangular stretcher shelf. Some old wear to the top, otherwise very good condition simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 18″, depth 18″, height 30″.
Attractive pair of mid 20th.c. French Louis XV style open armchairs c.1970. Shapely beechwood frames painted white with carved and gilded detail. Backrests, arms and broad sprung seats with original and attractive woven tapestry upholstery and brass studwork. Excellent condition with clean covers.
Dimensions: width 23½”, depth 21″, height 25″.
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Superb 17th.c. chest in solid oak with a domed top, shaped ironwork straps to the top. Original iron carry handles oversized lock plate. Ample storage inside, with a molded edge to the base. Great character with some earlier repairs, missing a section of strapping to the top, otherwise good solid condition.
Dimensions: width 50″, depth 23″, height 26″.
Unusual and exotic looking four panel screen or room divider from Northern India c.1920. In solid walnut with a carved and pierced design of the flowers and lily pads of the Indian lotus plant Nelumbo Nucifera. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 4 x 21½”, height 73½”.
Handsome early 20th.c. mahogany library or centre table in the manner of Robert and James Adam by the celebrated English cabinet makers G.T Rackstraw of Worcester c.1930. Broad mahogany veneered top with shaped ends and crossbanded edges over a fluted apron with a raised classical urn and acanthus leaf frieze to the centre of both long sides. Raised on eight tapering and fluted legs with flower head capitals and terminating in square block feet. Maker’s label to the underside. Good condition, solid and sturdy with an attractive pale colour. Simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 72″, depth 42″, height 30″.