Shallow Mahogany Side Cabinet c.1850.

Shallow furniture (by which I mean narrow front to back) is always sought after by people looking for a piece for their hallway. This useful mid 19th.c. three door side cabinet is just 15″ deep. With adjustable shelves inside it provides great storage for books, music, DVDs etc. Excellent matched flame mahogany veneers to the door panels, great colour and condition having been restored and French polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 46″, depth 15″, height 38″.

Edwardian Triple Wardrobe.

Tons of hanging space and storage behind the doors of this Edwardian mahogany wardrobe. Superb quality construction and excellent inlaid detail. Fully restored and repolished in our workshops, new on the shop floor today.
Dimensions: width 70″, depth 22″, height 88″.

Antique wardrobe

Pair Bedside Cabinets.

One last post for the week and it’s actually our 600th post since we began the blog in July 2008.
This superb pair of Victorian mahogany graduated drawer pedestals would make a great pair of bedside cabinets. Excellent quality with solid mahogany tops, sides and backs as well as the drawer fronts and linings. Unusual corner detail. Great colour and condition, restored and repolished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 15″, depth 21″, height 33″.

antique bedside cabinets

Georgian Chest of Drawers c.1790.

This well proportioned little chest of drawers is a not only an attractive and very useful item but also pretty rare. Made of walnut, the traditional timber of choice for British cabinet makers, rather than mahogany, with oak lined drawers, it dates from the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Raised on well shaped bracket feet. A great size, less than 3 feet wide.
Restored and repolished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 33″, depth 17″, height 28″.

walnut chest of drawers

Edwardian Mahogany Tardis

Is it just me or do the glazed panels on this Edwardian mahogany wardrobe give it a look of the Tardis? Useful for storage – if you can get it to stay in same time/space thingy.
A new arrival today – I shall post again when rematerializes from the workshop.

Welsh Dresser c.1830

We spent a happy half hour last night dressing this impressively large Anglesey dresser. The unusual design is a transition between the traditional open rack and the glazed top of the later Cwpwrdd Gwydr. A great example, very nicely proportioned and barring a couple of knobs and a new lock it is in untouched condition. More photos and full details on our Welsh Dressers etc page.