Small Walnut Pier Cabinet.

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Attractive little mid 19th.c. pier cabinet, or bookcase display c.1860. Just 33″ wide. Beautifully figured honey coloured burr walnut veneers arranged in a symmetrical pattern across the top, front and sides. Unusual shaped glass door panel. Fitted inside with two shelves with the original blue velvet lining fabric. Carved acanthus leaf corbels and shaped detail to the plinth. Some minor damage to the veneers, otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions width 33″, depth 12½”, height 43½”.

Georgian Dresser Base.

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George III Welsh dresser base c.1800. Solid oak top with a mahogany crossbanded border with ebony and boxwood stringing and a molded edge. Over three large drawers, also crossbanded, with period brass handles. With an attractively shaped apron continued on the sides and further inlaid detail to the stile tops. Slim tapering legs ending in a neat block foot. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 72″, depth 21″, height 31″.

Large Rug.

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Very large traditional Persian style rug by the Compton Furnishing Company Liverpool c.1930. Superb room centre carpet measuring 12′ by 9’4″. Intricate hand woven design in rich reds and blues. Good condition with only minor wear.

Dimensions: length 12′ (144″), width 9’4″ (112″)

Mahogany Bookcase.

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Impressive 19th.c. Mahogany bookcase c.1890. In two pieces, a glazed bookcase top with three adjustable shelves over a two door cupboard base with two drawers in the waist. Simple uncluttered design with a moulded cornice, flame mahogany door panels and carved corbels. Superior quality with solid mahogany sides and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.

Dimensions: width 51″, depth 21″, height 89″.

Art Nouveau Wardrobe by Shapland & Petter.

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Stunning mahogany wardrobe by the acclaimed English cabinet makers Shapland & Petter of Barnstable c.1905. Dramatically flared and moulded cornice over two long mirror doors, fitted for hanging inside, plus two large drawers in the base. Fixed centre panel and drawer fronts with exceptional marquetry inlay featuring stylized plant forms with heart shaped centres in mother of pearl, just the kind of Art Nouveau influenced design for which Shapland & Petter became famous. The Art Nouveau theme is continued in the design of the brass handles which are original throughout. Superior quality with solid mahogany sides and drawer linings. Stamped S & P B on the locks. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Splits into two pieces plus cornice and base for ease of delivery.
Dimensions: width 80″, depth (at centre) 22″, height 82½”.
Note this is part of a suite of bedroom furniture all with the same inlaid details comprising this wardrobe, a dressing table and a tile top washstand.

Art Nouveau Washstand by Shapland & Petter.

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Fabulous Edwardian era tile top washstand by the acclaimed English cabinet makers Shapland & Petter of Barnstable c.1905. Top and back splash in beautiful aqua marine tiles with a piped design of flowers and trees across three larger tiles (probably by Minton) to the back. Flanked with two small shelves and with a useful two door cupboard below. Exceptional marquetry inlaid panels featuring stylized plant forms with heart shaped centres in mother of pearl, just the kind of Art Nouveau influenced design for which Shapland & Petter became famous. The Art Nouveau theme is continued in the design of the brass handles which are original throughout. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth (at centre) 24″, height 51″.
Note this is part of a suite of bedroom furniture all with the same inlaid details comprising this washstand, a large wardrobe and a dressing table.

Art Nouveau Dressing Table by Shapland & Petter.

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Fabulous Edwardian era mahogany dressing table by the acclaimed English cabinet makers Shapland & Petter of Barnstable c.1905. Large adjustable dressing mirror held between two cupboard pedestals with drawers below, and a central dressing table with a single drawer and a recessed kneehole with shelf. Exceptional marquetry inlaid panels featuring stylized plant forms with heart shaped centres in mother of pearl, just the kind of Art Nouveau influenced design for which Shapland & Petter became famous. The Art Nouveau theme is continued in the design of the brass handles which are original throughout. Superb quality in solid mahogany throughout. Original locks, clearly stamped S&P B. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth (at centre) 24″, height 68″.
Note this is part of a suite of bedroom furniture all with the same inlaid details comprising this dressing table, a large wardrobe and a tile top washstand.

Collection of Taxidermy Birds.

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Collection of three cased taxidermy display of birds.
Extraordinary Edwardian era cased display of a large buzzard c.1910. Beautifully arranged with its wings spread presented as attacking a partridge. Against a modelled and painted background with grasses and ferns. Original case with a small paper label on the reverse for Henry Shaw of Shewsbury. Excellent restored condition.
width 30″, depth 14″, height 32″
Large cased display featuring a male and female goosander. Presented on modelled and painted base with shells and seaweed. Excellent restored condition.
width 38″, depth 12″, height 27″.
Single barn owl in small case. Modelled and painted backgound with grasses and ferns. Excellent restored condition.
Dimensions: width 12″, depth 8″, height 17″.

Pair of Cut Glass Table Lamps.

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Smart pair of mid 20th.c. cut glass table lamps c.1960. Cylinder glass bodies with a cut pattern to reflect the light. Brass fittings and circular brass plinths. Some tarnish and pitting to the plinths, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: height to bulb 18″, diameter at base 7″.

Pair of William IV Scroll Armchairs.

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Fine pair of William IV mahogany scroll armchairs c.1830. Shaped and curved top rails in solid mahogany, carved back stretcher and gracefully scrolling arms. Over a loose seat pad in a gold striped chenille, raised on crisply turned front legs. Excellent colour and condition with clean covers.
Dimensions: width 20″, depth 21″, height 33″.