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″.
Fine quality Georgian mahogany bureau writing desk c.1800. Open the fall to reveal a good sized writing surface and a superb fitted interior with beautiful inlaid marquetry work detail. Featuring pigeon holes, eight small drawers and a central lockable compartment plus some cleverly disguised secret compartments. Over the classic configuration of two short and three long drawers in the base. Cockbeaded drawer fronts retaining the original brass handles. Raised on shaped bracket feet. Solid mahogany top, fall, drawer fronts and cabinets sides. Oak drawer linings throughout. Excellent colour and condition, restored, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied for the fall and the small internal compartment.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 21″, height 43″.
Early 20th.c. Lloyd Loom armchair and matching side table c.1930. Shapely armchair with pattern weave in the backrest. Small side table with lift up lid opening to reveal a small workbox plus enclosed shelf below. Both pieces in their original pink and gold paintwork and retaining their brass feet and original maker’s labels. Work box with original padded and lined interior.
Dimensions: Armchair – width 22″, depth 23″, height 30″. Side Table – width 16″, depth 11″, height 21″.
Charming little late 18th.c. oak gateleg table c.1780. Just 14″ wide with the leaves folded, it opens to make a useful little supper table for four. Solid oak throughout with an oval top raised on lovely turned column legs all retaining the original turned feet. With a single oak lined drawer at one end. Excellent colour and condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 14″/47″, depth 39″, height 27″.
Pair of Art Deco era porcelain figures c.1930. A very glamorous pair of tall young women in dancing poses with the short cropped bob haircuts and extravagant long bias-cut and backless dresses of Hollywood’s golden age. Maker unknown but with various model numbers on the underside. A few very minor chips to the edges, otherwise very good condition.
Stunning early 19th.c. French biedermeier style mahogany bookcase c.1820. Two long glazed doors, fitted inside with four adjustable shelves. Beautiful pronounced moulded detail to the corners of the cornice and plinth, cushion framed doors and faux column sides. All crossbanded in particularly well figured flame mahogany veneers. Of exceptional quality with solid mahogany shelves, sides and back panel. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied. Note this bookcase completely disassembles for ease of delivery.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 16½”, height 75″.
Splendid mid 19th.c. leather and mahogany easy armchair c.1860. Buttoned backrest, angled and shaped for comfort, over a large sprung seat. Vintage cream leather upholstery with brass studwork. Straight arms, also upholstered, raised on turned mahogany spindles crisply carved with an unusual rope twist detail. Swept back legs for stability whilst the front take the form of large turned buns with a repeat of the twist carving. All raised on the original large brass and white ceramic castors each stamped for maker’s Cope & Collinson.
Dimensions: width 29″, depth 36″, height 39″.
Good looking pair of late 19th.c. French bedroom chairs c.1890. Low sprung seat and backrest upholstered in a green velvet brocade fabric with 9½” long twisted tassel braid around the seat. Raised on short turned beech legs with the original black pot castors. Good condition with very clean covers.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 24″, height 33½”.