Anglesey Dresser Base with Parquetry Inlaid Front.


Fabulous decorative front to this mid 19th.c. Welsh dresser base, produced on the isle of Anglesey here in North Wales c.1830. Oak plank top with plate groove and applied mouldings over three top drawers and two cupboards either side of a central bank of three further drawers. Inlaid mahogany drawer fronts, hexagonal mahogany door panels with raised mouldings and lovely sunburst parquetry corners. Original brass knobs and diamond bone escutcheons. Panel sides, original back and floor boards and bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 61″, depth 19″, height 34″.



Large Botanical Frame Mirror.


With spring finally putting in an appearance it seems a good time to present this large mirror with it’s beautiful floral decorated frame c.1890. Bevelled mirror plate (33″ x 23″) within an unusually deep wooden box frame. Lovely carved and painted decoration to the front of superbly observed native wild flower specimens, including poppies and cornflowers, against a lattice background. Moulded and gilded slip frame to the inner edge. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Could be hung either landscape or portrait aspect.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 4½”, height 36″.


Edwardian Mahogany Duet Stool.


Superb quality Edwardian mahogany duet piano stool c.1905. Upholstered seat pad, lifts to reveal storage for sheet music etc. Over a satin wood inlaid apron, repeated on all four sides. and raised on crisply carved square legs and turned spindles joined with a long turned stretcher. Original brass barrel castors. Mahogany lined interior. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops and freshly re-upholstered.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 13″, height 19″.

Pair of Chandeliers.


Elegant pair of early 20th.c. chandeliers c.1930. With five bulbs on swan neck branches arranged around a central column. With white glass candles on shaped cups with cut detail, chrome fittings and hung with scores of crystal drops. Damage to the base of one of the cups, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and ready to hang.
Dimensions: diameter 21″, height 24″.

Carved Oak Figure of a Shepherd.


Purchased locally, a charming mid 20th.c. carved oak figure of an elderly man c.1950. Full length figure, dressed in a long coat and hat and walking with a stick – reminiscent the Welsh farmers and shepherds found in the paintings of Kyffin Williams. Great observation and a  lovely texture to the surface. Artist unknown but with an AW monogram on the underside. With an old repair and a small missing piece where the hand meets the sleeve, otherwise very good original condition.
Dimensions: height 24″, width 10″, depth 7″.

Pair of Stacking Office Bookcases.


Pair of early 20th oak stacking office ‘chapter’ bookcases c.1920. Two stacks of four bookcase sections of graduated depth, plus cornices and plinths with short bracket feet. Could be arranged as two stacks of different heights if preferred. Each section with the lift and slide doors typical of the form. Solid oak sides, original glazing and brass knobs. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 34″, depth 12″, height 59½”.

Regency Tilt Top Wine Table.


Very handsome little Regency era mahogany tilt-top wine table c.1825. 21″ diameter solid single piece mahogany top of particularly attractive grain. On a straight octagonal section column with moulded base and shaped plinth raised on unusual carved feet. Top can be tipped to vertical when not in use, locking flat with the original brass catch. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 21″, height 28½”.

Small Two Door Mahogany Wardrobe.


Smart little mid 19th.c. mahogany wardrobe c.1850. Useful narrow dimensions, just 46″ wide, previously adapted from a larger wardrobe. Both halves fitted for hanging with a single drawer in the base of the right hand piece. Excellent flame mahogany veneered door panels with raised mouldings, solid mahogany panelled sides. Raised on shaped bracket feet front and rear.  Very good colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Splits into two pieces plus cornice and plinth for ease of delivery.
Dimensions: width 46″, depth 23½”. height 80″.

Bobbin Turned Armchair by Hindley & Sons.


Delightful little mid 19th.c. open armchair by the acclaimed English cabinet makers C.Hindley & Sons of London c.1840. Mahogany frame with bobbin turned backrest, arm supports and front legs. Webbed seat, upholstered arms and loose cushion.  Raised on the original large brass castors, each named for C.Hindley & Sons. Stamped with the serial number 05641 on the underside of the frame. There is old repair to the right hand arm support, otherwise very good original condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Charles Hindley & Sons were prominent during the 19th century as a high end furniture makers and decorators with a Royal Warrant and a premises on Oxford St. They exhibited several pieces of furniture at the 1851 Great Exhibition including a ‘Lounging chair and easy chair’.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 30″, height 32″.


Rosewood Sofa Table.


Mid 19th.c. rosewood sofa table c.1870. Symmetrical rosewood veneered top with two folding leaves with a broad satinwood crossbanded border and satinwood strung edge. Over two mahogany lined drawers with inlaid rosewood fronts and brass knobs, repeated as dummy drawer fronts on the rear. Raised on a pair of turned columns over a shaped plinth and swept legs with inlaid detail, ending in brass claw feet and castors. Old repairs to the top and one replacement knob on the rear. Otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 36/59″, depth 27″, height 28½”.