George III Oak Chest of Drawers.


Handsome George III oak bachelors chest of drawers c.1810. Solid oak top with thumb moulded edge over four long drawers of graduated depth. Solid oak sides and drawer fronts. Original throughout, excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 38¼″, depth 18½″, height 32″.

Rosewood Fold Over Table.

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Early 19th.c. rosewood fold over table c.1835. Stands flat against the wall as an elegant console or side table or turn and open the top to reveal the original faded baize playing surface for cards. Well figured rosewood veneered top with a crossbanded edge. Over a shaped apron with scroll carved ends, raised a column pedestal with beautifully carved base on a shaped plinth with superb carved claw feet front and rear. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 35½″, depth 17½”, height 28″.

18th.c. Welsh Oak Tack Cupboard.

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Splendid mid 18th.c. North Wales oak tack cupboard c.1760. Designed to provided useful storage for clothing and riding gear which could be hung from the rows of wooden peg hooks in the top section. Two door cupboard with a hollow base to allow for full length hanging. Moulded cornice over a panelled front with raised and fielded panels. Solid oak throughout with panelled sides and original backboards. Later iron hinges. Excellent colour and condition.

Dimensions: width 57″, depth 21″, height 75″

Brass Magazine Stand.


Late 19th.c. brass and oak revolving newspaper or magazine rack c.1890. Lovely quality with brass tube handle and rack on an small oak base with moulded edge. Revolving on a tripod base with ring stretcher and shaped feet. Excellent condition, original throughout, stamped Hall BM on the underside.

Dimensions width 14″, depth (at foot) 12″, height 30″.


Pair of Small French Couches.


Stylish pair of small French sofas or couches retaining their original upholstery c.1980. Low padded backrest over a sprung seat with loose cushion. Shapely carved wooded frames with a very unusual green lacquered finish. Striking original upholstery in yellow velvet with blue piping. Good quality, note the clips to hold the seat cushions in place.A few minor marks to the covers but generally very good condition.

Dimensions: width 50″, depth 31″, height 32½”.

Small Breakfront Mahogany Bookcase.


Elegant little Georgian style Breakfront mahogany bookcase c.1970. Useful proportions, just 52″ wide. In two pieces with a glazed bookcase display with adjustable shelves flanked by two long blind cupboard doors. On a low base with three drawers of graduated depth, a drinks slide and two small cupboards. Carved detail to the cornice, flame mahogany veneers to doors and drawer fronts, crossbanded surrounds and shaped glazing bars.
Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 52″, depth 15″, height 66″.

Set of Eight Oak Cottage Dining Chairs.


Rare set of eight mid 19th.c. Welsh oak cottage dining chairs c.1850. Two carver armchairs and six matching chairs. All with low backs, bobbin turned rails, and slatted back rests over a board seat raised on square legs and stretchers. The carvers with shaped arms on bobbin turned supports. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 18″, depth 17″, height 35½”. Armchairs: width 20½”. depth 21″, height 38″.

Slim Walnut Cheval Mirror


Attractive early 20th.c. walnut cheval or dressing mirror on stand c.1930. Original mirror plate within a crossbanded frame with shaped top. Angle adjustable on a turned walnut stand with brass adjusters. Well shaped feet joined with turned double stretchers. Excellent colour and condition,  original throughout with some slight tarnish to the mirror plate. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 18½”, depth 18″, height 66″.

Small Arts & Crafts Dresser.

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Fresh on the floor this afternoon having been cleaned and waxed in our workshops we are delighted to present this gorgeous little Arts & Crafts style dresser c.1900. Maker unknown but very much in the manner of Heals or Leonard Wyburd’s designs for Liberty & Co. Unusual small size, just five feet wide and very heavy construction in solid walnut (note the thickness of the boards used in the top and uprights). Low rack with arched apron and mirror back panel over a two door cupboard base with two short drawers in the waist and one long drawer below.  Dramatic Arts and Crafts design with a long overhanging top repeated on the rack and retaining the original strap hinges and ring handles in iron. Walnut panel sides and drawer linings. Carved detail to the block feet. Note there is a small burn mark to the right hand side of the cornice, probably from an oil lamp, and some minor wear to the top and shelves. One replacement cupboard lock, otherwise original throughout. Excellent colour, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 60″, depth 24½”, height 60″.

Carved Oak Coffer


Early 18th.c. oak coffer c.1700. Flat (rather than panelled) top made of two broad planks with a deep moulded edge. Over a three panel front with carved nulling (small concave arches) to the top rail and repeated in elongated form on the mullions and stiles. Panelled sides with moulded rails. Panelled rear, original oak floor boards. Excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 22″, height 26″.