Georgian Oak Chest on Chest.


Early 19th.c. oak chest on chest c.1800. Classic proportions with two short drawers over five long plus an unusual hinged-front compartment hidden in the cornice and a brushing slide in the waist. Oak drawer fronts with mahogany crossbanding and charming late 19th.c. steel handles cast with the face of a spaniel or similar gun dog. Ebonized lozenge mouldings, quarter columns and unusual scroll shaped feet. Solid oak sides and elm drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 41”, depth 22”, height 68”.


Georgian Mahogany Press Cupboard.


Handsome late Georgian mahogany press cupboard c.1800. Crisp dental cornice over a two door cupboard top with sliding shelves on a deep two drawer base. Well figured solid mahogany door panels with boxwood stringing, period brass handles and bracket feet. Solid mahogany sides and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, restored cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 49”, depth 23”, height 78”.

Metamorphic Carved Oak Monk’s Table & Bench.


Edwardian metamorphic ‘Monk’s Bench’ table c.1910. Typical of the form the backrest folds down to rest on the arms to make a useful side table. Solid oak throughout with carved top and seat, shaped supports and turned legs and stretchers. Excellent condition with some earlier repairs. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 47″, depth 27″, height 29″.

Pair of Four Tier Shelves.


Useful pair of 20th.c. mahogany four tier display or book shelves by Reprodux for Beven & Funnell. With serpentine front edge, open sides, a plate groove to the shelves and three small drawers in the base. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 27”, depth 6½”, height 36”.

Huge Bronze Temple Gong.


Call them to the trough in style with this huge late 19th.c. floor standing oriental temple gong c.1890. 34” diameter cast bronze gong hung on an impressive solid hardwood stand with extensive bronze mounts partially repeated on the rear. Good low tone, sold together with a large period clapper.
Dimensions: width 47”, depth 16”, height 45½”.

Small Canework Suite.


Cute little early 20th.c. canework or bergere two seater sofa and matching pair of armchairs c.1930. Useful small dimensions, solid mahogany frame with shaped top rail and arms and raised on neat little bracket feet. Very comfortable with a sprung seat and loose feather filled cushions. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops and freshly recovered in a grey tweed.
Dimensions: width 50”, depth 26”, height 33”.

Oak Dresser Base.


Late 19th.c. copy of George II style open dresser base c.1890. In oak with thumb moulded top over three drawers and a elaborately pierced apron. Raised on unusually slim cabriole legs with a pointed pad foot. Panelled sides with further shaped detail. Good colour and condition with some later restorations.

Dimensions: width 70”, depth 19”, height 31”.

Small Edwardian Mahogany Display.


Unusually small Edwardian mahogany display cabinet c.1910. Just 14” wide, with a single drawer in the top, glazed on all four sides with three velvet lined shelves. Crossbanded top over particularly good inlaid marquetry work frieze. Very good condition, with a slight lift to the top. Key supplied.

Dimensions: width 14”, depth 12”, height 42½”.

Serpentine Folding Console or Card Table.


Elegant Edwardian mahogany fold over card table c.1910. Stands flat against a wall as a good looking console table or fold open the top to make a square table for four. With a baize surface for cards set within a crossbanded border. Fine quality with serpentine sides and a carved edge moulding. Raised on crisp reeded legs with a carved foot. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 36”, depth 18”, height 29”.