Pale Oak Stacking Bookcase.


Good quality Edwardian oak stacking office bookcase c.1910. Four sections of graduated height, plus cornice and plinth which has a single drawer. The larger bottom section is also deeper front to back for larger books, files etc. With the lift and slide doors typical of the form but quite unusual having glazing bars rather than just flat glass panels. Iron handles, solid oak sides. Very good condition, attractive pale fininsh, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 34½”, depth 14½”, height 68″.

Half Depth Bentwood Hat Stand.


Unusual half depth example of the classic bentwood hat stand in the manner of Thonet c.1910. Designed to stand flat against a wall, with four double hooks on a shaped column with turned finial top. On a wide tripod base with hoop for sticks and umbrellas. Excellent original condition.

Dimensions: width 21″, depth 15″, height 78″.

Gothic Oak Open Bookcase.


Late 19th.c oak open bookcase c.1880. Unusual low waisted design in two pieces, with an open bookcase top fitted with adjustable shelves over a deeper base section with small cupboards either side of an open centre. Of Gothic or Arts & Crafts influence, in pale oak with a shaped upstand and original brass door handles. Excellent colour and condition with some repairs, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 60″, depth 18½”, height 59″.

Two Drawer Walnut Writing Table.


Smart George III style walnut desk or writing table c.1930. The top featuring particularly well figured walnut veneers arranged in a symmetrical pattern. Over two drawers with crossbanded drawer fronts and brass drop handles. Raised on shaped cabriole legs front and rear, in solid walnut carved with a scallop detail to the knee and a good ball and claw foot. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 42″, depth 20″, height 32″.

Marble Top Column Pedestal.


Late 19th.c. column pedestal c.1890. Ideal to display a large vase or piece of sculpture with a 10½” diameter white marble top on a wooden column and plinth with a remarkably convincing faux marble finish. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: height 42″, diameter at top 10½”, width & depth at base 13″.

Mahogany Chiffonier with Fitted Interior.


Mid 19th.c. mahogany chiffonier side cabinet c.1860. At four feet wide it’s little larger than many we see. Single piece mahogany top with a crossbanded edge over two drawers and a two door cupboard with arched door panels. Retaining the original fitted interior of two sliding shelves and a large bottle drawer. Good looking cabinet with flame mahogany veneers to the drawer fronts and doors. Solid mahogany groundwork, sides and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 20″, height 37½”.

Walnut Pier Glass.


Good sized early 20th.c Georgian style hall mirror or pier glass c.1920. Original 21″ x 38″ arch top mirror plate within a shapely frame with good walnut veneers and a carved and gilded internal moulding. Topped with a cast metal and gilded metal eagle. Some obvious tarnish to the mirror, otherwise very good original condition.
Dimensions: width 29½”, height 50″, depth 2″.

Early 19th.c. Scottish Longcase Clock.


Early 19th.c. Scottish longcase clock by the celebrated Whitelaw family of Edinburgh clockmakers c.1825. Circular silvered face of 13″ diameter named for Whitelaw Edinburgh,  with engraved numerals, separate second and date dials and original blued steel hands. Within a very elegant case with a low pointed pediment to the hood, sparking flame mahogany veneers and a glazed door. Eight day works striking the hours on a bell. Large silvered cylinder pendulum and unusual flat weights cleverly designed run out of sight down the sides of the case. Excellent condition. The case has been cleaned and polished in our workshops, the works have been cleaned and overhauled and are sold with a 12 month guarantee.
Dimensions: width 19½”, depth 71″, height 9″.

Large Trompe L’Oeil Painting of Cherubs.


Large painted panel in oil on canvas c.1950. Over five and a half feet wide by four feet tall. Neo-Classical motif of two cherubs or putti within an oak leaf and laurel border topped with a ribbon bow. Convincing trompe l’oeil effect, painted to look like raised plaster work when viewed from a distance. Light general wear but no holes in the canvas. Presented unframed on the original stretcher.
Dimensions: width 67″, height 48″.