Oak Parquetry Top Drawer Leaf Refectory Dining Table.


Large early 20th.c. extending oak drawer leaf dining table c.1930. Superb parquetry work top with matching 23½” leaves extending from each end to comfortably seat 10. On a solid oak base with carved apron and splendid turned and carved baluster legs over sleigh feet joined with a low stretcher. Excellent colour and condition, very solid and sturdy, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 59 – 116″, width 39″, height 29″.

Scrap Work Folding Screen.


Charming 19th.c. scrap work folding screen or room divider c.1880. Three 25″ wide panels with a densely worked decoration to both sides made of brightly coloured illustrations on paper carefully cut and glued into place. The images used make an interesting reflection of 19th.c. life, with lots of images of childhood and lady’s fashions as well as military scenes and images of day to day activities. With an ebonised wooden surround and gilt beading. Some minor damage.

Dimensions: width 100″, depth 2″, height 76″.

Long Cherrywood Refectory Table.


Long mid 19th.c. farmhouse kitchen style refectory dining table c. 1860. To comfortably seat 10 people. Three plank top with canted corners and an applied moulding to the edge. Over a straight apron and raised on slim turned legs also in cherry. Otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 88″, depth 28″, height 30″.

Gilded Girandole Wall Mirror.


Late 19th.c. gilded girandole wall mirror c.1870. Designed to reflect and amplify candle light. With a 23″ x 29″ oval mirror plate over a three branch candle sconce. Moulded laurel leaf frame surrounded with an elaborate gesso work garland of beautifully realised leaves and flowers and topped with a ribbon bow. Some minor damage and missing areas of plaster. Otherwise excellent condition with original gilt finish.

Dimensions: width 33″, depth 11″, height 48″.

Pair of Staffordshire Figures.


Pair of decorative Staffordshire pottery figures of King Edward VII (1841–1910) as the Prince of Wales. Depicted standing wearing a jacket, neckerchief, waistcoat and trousers on a gilt lined base with raised capitals and his left hand resting on the head of a spaniel. Excellent condition, with minor differences.

Dimensions: width 8″, depth 3½”, height 14″.

18th.c. Elm Coffer.


Late 18th.c. Elm coffer c.1790. Three plank top on a two panel front with molded edges, with a pair of false drawer fronts to the bottom. Panelled sides and rear. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 49½”, depth 21″, height 30″.

Drop Arm Sofa.


Great quality early 20th.c drop arm sofa c.1920. Typical shape to comfortably seat two, featuring a hidden mechanism to drop the arm to allow a longer-legged occupant to lounge. Raised on bun feet with castors. Excellent solid condition, with very clean striped upholstery.

Dimensions: width 58″, depth 34″, height 34″.

English Art Nouveau Pewter Jug.


Beautiful little English Art Nouveau pewter jug c.1900. Just 5½” tall and decorated with a classic stylized organic Art Nouveau motif of seed heads joined with whip-lash foliage. Original domed lid and woven canework handle. Maker unknown but very much n the manner of Liberty & Co. Stamped Made in England and numbered 0958 on the base. Excellent original untouched condition.
Dimensions: height 5½”, width 4½”, diameter at base 3½”.

Small Walnut Drop Leaf Side Table.


Neat little George II style walnut drop leaf side table c.1930. Just 24″ high and 15½” wide then folded. Oval top with two folding leaves with beautifully figured walnut veneers laid in a symmetrical pattern within a herringbone inlaid and crossbanded border with carved edge. Shaped apron at each end with a carved and gilded scallop detail. Raised on slim cabriole legs with pointed pad feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 15½”/33″, depth 24″, height 24″.