Regency Mirror.


Lovely little early 19th.c. mahogany framed wall mirror c.1820. Half depth column turned mahogany frame of paticularly good colour, with applied roundels at the corners. Edwardian bevelled mirror plate with a few minor scratches and wear. Could be hung either landscape or portrait aspect.
Dimensions: width 21″, height 26½”.

Small French Gueridon Table.


Handsome little mid 19th.c. French wine table or gueridon c.1850. Original and well figured inch thick marble top with a raised lip (to stop spilt drinks dripping onto the base) and mahogany veneered apron. On a tapering centre pedestal with turned base on a shaped tricorn plinth raised on claw feet. Excellent condition with particularly good colour and patina to the base.
Dimensions: diameter 32″, height  27″.

Mid 19th.c. Wardrobe with Original Dressing Mirror.


Fabulous mid 19th.c. drop centre wardrobe and press c.1850. Clothes press centre with an unusually wide full length dressing mirror to the door and fitted inside with sliding shelves and a useful two over two chest of drawers. Flanked  with hanging space to the left and right hand pods with matching figured mahogany panel doors. Decorative carved and pireced acanthus leaf pediment to the centre. Original mirror plate (with some tarnish) set within a raised moulding and retaining the original brass hooks inside. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 91″, depth 23″, height 82″.

Brass & Mahogany Vitrine.


Very smart Edwardian era French vitrine or display cabinet c.1900. Just 26″ wide with a marble top surrounded with a pierced brass gallery over a single glazed door. Glazed sides, three shelves to the interior retaining their original red plush velvet lining. Mahogany frame with extensive brass mouldings. On turned legs with neat little brass finial feet. Excellent condition. Original lock and key.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 12″, height 60″.

Set of 8 Armchairs.


Imposing set of 8 large late 19th.c. mahogany boardroom type armchairs c.1890. With splendid turned column legs and arm supports and a generously proportioned sprung seat. Presented here in unrestored condition, missing portions of the turnings to the arm terminals from two chairs and with worn upholstery.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 26″, height 25″.

Fold Over Supper Table.


Good looking William IV mahogany fold over tea table c.1830. Sits flat against a wall as an elegant side or console table or the top twists and folds open to make a useful square supper table for four. Excellent flame mahogany veneered top and inside on a turned and carved pedestal raised on a shaped plinth with carved sabre legs ending in original brass claw feet and castors. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 18″/36″, height 29″.

Small Parquetry Chest of Drawers


Lovely little late 19th.c. French marble top chest of drawers c.1890. Original white marble top with rounded edges over three drawers with superb symmetrical walnut parquetry pattern fronts with ebony and satinwood inlaid stringing and original brass handles and ecutcheons. On shaped legs with ormolu mounts at the feet. Canted front corners and parquetry pattern sides. Oak drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 32″, depth 18″, height 34″.

Campaign Daybed.


Fabulous late 19th.c. oak campaign daybed by Thomas Robinson of Ilkley c.1880. Fine example of the form in oak with canework panels, hinged to allow the back to recline to various positions whilst the knees can be raised and the feet rested against a removable board. On turned oak legs with brass and white ceramic castors. With original large paper label to the underside. Excellent condition with original canework. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 76″, width 22″, height 36″.

Murphy 146 Radio by Gordon Russell.


Striking example of British modernist industrial design here the form of the super stylish floorstanding Murphy 146 by the celebrated furniture designer Gordon Russell c.1935. Following the Modernist ethos ‘form follows function’ the whole is cabinet shaped as to project the sound from the centrally located speaker with the additional advantage that it could fit easily into the corner of a room, taking up much less space than the traditional radiogrammes, whilst the walnut finish meant it could sit harmoniously within a domestic interior. Excellent condition with original knobs and dial plate. Electrics are working but untested. The cabinet has been cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 9″, height 32″.

Large Top Hat.


Unusually large Edwardian top hat c.1910. Larger that most period hats, having an internal circumference of approx 23″ (6¼” x 8¼”). In beautiful black silk plush with a felt band. White kid leather and silk lining with a makers’s mark for Christie’s of London. Hat is in really excellent condition despite the rather battered condition of the box.
Dimensions: width 10″, depth 12″, height 6″.