Pair of Pearl Inlaid Chinese Barrel Stools.


Pair of early 20th.c. Chinese harwood ‘Zuodun’ drum stools or side tables c.1930. Circular panel tops inlaid in mother of pearl with scenes of plants and birds. Further pearl inlays to the surrounds and continued down the sides. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 15″, height 18″.

Italian Carved Side Chairs.


Extraordinary pair of 17th.c. Venetian style side chairs c.1900. Original velvet damask upholstery to the back rest and seat plus original brass studs and tassel brain. On elaborately carved walnut scrolling front legs and stretchers. Obvious wear to the upholstery, note the rear and sides of the backrests have been re-covered. Woodwork has been cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 20″. height 42″.

Georgian Mahogany Wine Table.


Very elegant George III mahogany wine table c.1800. 20″ diameter single piece top on a crisp turned column and shaped legs. With an old repair to one foot, otherwise excellent original colour and condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 20″, height 27½”.


Mahogany Chiffonier Side Cabinet.


Very smart mid 19th.c. mahogany chiffonier side cabinet c.1850. Well figured top with crossbanded edge over two doors with symmetrically arranged flame mahogany veneers and flanked with a fine pair of turned mahogany columns. Fitted inside with two adjustable shelves and raised on shaped bracket feet. Some repairs to the top, otherwise excellent colour and condition, key supplied.
Dimension: width 40″, depth 17½”, height 36½”.

High Back Oak Box Settle.


Late 19th.c. oak box settle or hall bench c.1880 incorporating 17th.c. timbers. High panelled backrest probably re-cycled from an earlier piece with four lovely 17th.c. carved panels at the top. Shaped arms on bobbin turned supports over a single plank seat which lifts to reveal useful storage space below for shoes, boots etc. Panelled front and sides to the base, again probably re-cycled; note how the right hand panel has been cut to size. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 67″, depth 22″, height 59″.

Large Early 19th.c. Oak Double Gateleg Dining Table.


Large early 19th.c. oak gateleg dining table c.1810. Oval six plank top measuring 60″ x 63½” to seat eight people. On a double gateleg base with good turned detail to the legs. Useful large drawer to one end. Folds down to just 24″ wide. Good condition, with one replacement foot but very solid and sturdy. With some old wear to the top, simply  cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 63½”/24″, depth 60″, height 28″.

Cased Taxidermy Fox.


Large late 19th.c. cased taxidermy display of a fox by Shaw of Shrewsbury c.1887. Good quality taxidermy and a naturalistic pose – shown crouching over the body of a cock pheasant. On an artificial rock with grasses and ferns. Presented behind glass in the original case with gilt slip frame. Hand written label to the rear for H.Shaw of Shrewsbury dated December 15th 1877. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 13″ height 27″.

Pair of Gilt Mirrors.


Matched pair of late 19th.c. gilt framed wall mirrors c.1890. New mirror plates within good quality moulded acanthus leaf pattern frames with original gilt finish. Some minor wear to the gilt, otherwise excellent condition. Could be hung either landscape or portrait aspect.

Dimensions: width 21″ and 22″, height 17″, depth 2″.

Collector’s Specimen Cabinet.


Gorgeous little late 19th. walnut collector’s specimen cabinet c.1890. Walnut case with locking glazed door which opens to reveal 25 slim drawers each divided into three sections and with a velvet lining – ideal for a collection of coins, medals etc. Superb quality, each drawer with dovetailed hardwood sides and original turned and ebonised knobs with numbered fronts (one, number 14, is a replacement). Original brass carry handle and lock. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops, Key supplied.

Dimensions: width 12½”, depth 12″, height 13½”.

Very Large Pollard Oak Overmantle Mirror.


Splendid late 19th.c. overmantle mirror c.1890. Standing 64″ tall, with the original 53″ x 43″ mirror plate within a fine pollard oak veneered frame of Gothic or Arts and Crafts influence. With chamfered, carved and ebonised detail and an unusual pierced frieze across the top. Some obvious old tarnish to the mirror, otherwise very good original condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 63″, height 64″, depth 2″.