Small French Louis XV style giltwood settee or sofa c.1910. Shapely carved and gilded framed with an upholstered back rest and sprung seat covered in a duck egg blue silk brocade. Some damage to the carved detail at the top of the backrest, otherwise good condition with original gilding. Some marks to the fabric.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 24″, height 41″.
Early 19th.c. Welsh oak box seat armchair or lambing chair c.1820. Simple backrest with an arched and slightly curved top rail over shaped arms with scrolling ends and turned supports. Hinged seat lifts to reveal useful storage inside. Panelled oak front sides and rear to the box. Excellent colour and condition with a new floor board.
Dimensions: width 21″, depth 20″, height 38″.
Edwardian mahogany open bookshelves c.1910. Solid mahogany top with applied mouldings over three adjustable shelves (11″ depth). Tram track detail to the fronts, solid mahogany sides and raised on a plinth base with shaped apron. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 60″, depth 13½”, height 42″.
Quality Edwardian hanging light c.1905. Opaque moulded glass bowl in a brass ring with architectural mounts. Hung from the original chains and ceiling fitting. Note how the cable runs through a brass tube rather than hanging loose. Excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and ready to hang.
Dimensions: diameter 25″, height 13″.
Delightful little late 18th.c. North Wales oak dresser base c.1780. Just 53″ wide with a simple two plank top over two drawers and a two door cupboard base. Raised and fielded panel doors, flat panelled sides. Beautiful early timbers of particularly good colour and grain. Solid oak throughout, note the heavy oak backboards and drawer linings, a typical feature of pre-19th.c. dressers. Later brass handles and cupboard lock, otherwise this exceptional little base has been preserved in remarkable condition. Simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 53″, depth 21″, height 37½”.
Fabulous example of the classic Regency convex wall mirror c.1820. Larger than many we see with a 23″ diameter convex mirror within a moulded giltwood frame. Crowned with a superb carved eagle over flaming torches. With scrolling acanthus leaves to the bottom edge. In original untouched condition, with some missing portions of carving but retaining the original gilding.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 4″, height 42″.
Smart modern leather desk armchair to suit an antique interior. Shaped backrest and a good wide seat with traditional buttoned upholstery in good quality bottle green leather. Straight arms on swept supports in mahogany. Height adjustable and revolving on a five leg mahogany base with castors. Excellent condition with no damage to the leather.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 28″, height 37″.
Early 20th.c. carved oak Monk’s bench or hall seat c.1920. Typical of the form, the backrest folds down and slides forward to make a table top. Panelled backrest with carved detail, broad arms on turned supports over a lift up seat with useful storage below for shoes etc. Carving is repeated on the front of the base. Raised on turned bun feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 42″, depth 19″, height 39″.