Ash & Elm Armchair.

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Superb example of the classic late 19th.c. ash and elm smoker’s bow armchair c.1880. Beautifully shaped elm backrest and arms raised on turned ash spindles over a single piece elm saddle seat. On particularly good turned legs, set at a splayed angle for extra stability and joined with double turned stretchers. Maker’s stamp to the rear edge of the seat. Excellent condition and lovely original colour, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 25″, depth 23″, height 30″.

Burr Walnut Sewing Table.

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Mid 19th.c. walnut sewing table or work box c.1870. 19″ diameter octagonal top with well figured burr walnut veneers and a moulded edge. Opens to reveal the original fitted interior with small birch lined compartments for threads etc, around a central well for a piece of embroidery. Shaped apron and tapering octagonal body, also both in burr walnut. Raised on a turned column and tripod base with shaped legs with crisply carved detail and scrolling feet. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: diameter 19″, height 29½”.

Welsh Glazed Dresser or Bookcase.

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Good example of a mid 19th.c. mahogany enclosed dresser or bookcase, produced here in North Wales and known locally as a cwpwrdd gwydr (glass cupboard), c.1860. A development of the classic open rack Welsh dresser, the cwpwrdd gwydr could be used as display for prized pieces of porcelain etc or as a bookcase (or a mix of the two). The glass doors affording extra protection from dust and dirt, whilst the use of mahogany rather than traditional oak was a statement of fashion and status.
Glazed top with two doors either side of removable centre panel and fitted inside with three long adjustable shelves. Flared cornice, raised mouldings to the glazed doors, shaped drawer fronts and large shield shaped cupboard door panels in flame mahogany veneers, applied carved corbels to both pieces. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied. Splits into two sections for ease of delivery.
Dimensions width 55″, depth 21″, height 87″.

Long Oak Bookshelves.

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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”

Teak Garden Bench.

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Small teak garden bench by Alexander Rose Ltd of West Sussex. Just ?? long, with a shaped back rest and arms over a slatted seat. Nicely silvered with age and spotted with lichen. Good condition, solid and sturdy and ready for use.

Dimensions: width 49″, depth 25″, height 36″

Extending Oak Dining Table.

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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”.

Small Three Door Side Cabinet.

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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”.

Art Nouveau Wine Table.

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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″.

Pair of French Open Armchairs.

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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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