Beautifully proportioned Georgian mahogany chest of drawers c.1810. Solid mahogany, thumb molded top, solid mahogany sides, oak lined drawers, flame mahogany drawer fronts and reeded quarter columns to the sides. Excellent colour and condition with later handles. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 44″, depth 21″, height 36″.
Good sized mid 19th.c. mahogany veneered pine bookcase of the kind produced by North Wales cabinet makers c.1850. Two door glazed bookcase top with original glass and period block printed wallpaper lining above a two door base with a single drawer in the waist.
Responding to the tastes of the time many local furniture makers abandoned the tradition of oak furniture in the mid 19th.c. in favour of the more fashionable mahogany. The oversized cornice, shaped drawer front and heavy arch panel doors are typical of this ‘new’ style. Excellent condition. Cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 49″, depth 20″, height 86″.
Happy New Year everyone, hope you had a lovely Christmas break. The news of the Best Antique Shop nomination made a great end to 2012 for us. Please do vote for us, we are going to need all the help we can get – there is a link included in the previous post and on the home page.
Getting things going for 2013 and with thoughts of spring in mind is this very large 19th.c stone trough or garden planter. Carved from a single block of sandstone and with lots of colour and character. With holes in the bottom for drainage.
Dimensions: length 45″, depth 19″, height 12″.
We are delighted to announce that we have been nominated again for the Homes & Antiques Magazine Antique Shop of the Year award. The winner will be decided by the public from a shortlist of 25, the shop with the most votes claiming the top spot. Voting starts today via the Homes & Antiques website and everyone who votes is entered into a prize draw to win a weekend away at the rather swanky looking Draycott Hotel in London. Having got through to the final 5 last year we would love to have the support of as many people as possible. Please click here to go straight to the voting form. Thank you.
Elegant Edwardian mahogany bookcase c.1905 by the celebrated British cabinet makers Maple & Co, at the time the biggest furniture makers and retailers in the world. Glazed bookcase top with adjustble shelves over a cupboard base with a single drawer in the waiste. Of excellent quality with blind fretwork detail, brass beading, mahogany drawer linings and flame mahogany door panels. With original handles and maker’s lable.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 17″, height 85″.
Back after a couple of days on the road and several new bits to show you. First up is this large and useful mid 19th.c. mahogany chest of drawers. Combining loads of storage space and great looks. Good quality with hardwood drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops and retaining the original turned knobs and feet.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 22″. height 48″.
Fresh on the floor this morning, this good looking early 19th.c. mahogany sideboard c.1830. Shaped and crossbanded top above a bottle drawer, cupboard and central drawer on well carved legs. Flame mahogany fronts with original turned knobs. With an unusual little extra cupboard in the right hand end. Excellent colour and condition. Restored and repolished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 78″, depth 28″, height 36″.
Lovely example of Georgian cabinet making in the shape of this large mahogany chest on chest c.1800. Crisply carved cornice with blind fretwork detail, quarter columns and bracket feet. Solid mahogany drawer fronts of wonderful mellow colour with oak draw linings, original handles with one period replacement and original escutcheons. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 46″, depth 22″, height 77″.