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Superb mid 19th.c. burr walnut pier cabinet or bookcase display c.1870. Just 30½” wide with an unusual ogee arch glazed door fitted inside with a single shelf (internal depth 9″). Beautifully figured burr walnut veneers across the top, front and sides, with fine floral pattern marquetry inlays to the front. High quality and large gilded ormolu mounts of prince’s heads to the pilasters either side of the door, plus additional pierced mounts below and extensive gilded moundings across the piece, all original. Raised on a tall plinth, also veneered to match and with a shaped lower edge. Excellent condition, with original velvet linings. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 30½”, depth 12″, height 42″.
Large Flemish tapestry wall hanging c.1960. Over six feet wide, woven with a 17th.c. style verdure or pastoral scene of woodland with exotic birds. A winding river leads the eye to fine buildings seen through the trees and the hillside beyond. Surrounded with a slim patterned border. Very good condition and even colour.
Dimensions: width 75″, height 54″.
Handsome little early 19th.c. drop leaf Pembroke side table c.1820. Particularly well figured solid mahogany top with a moulded edge and two folding leaves held open on hinged loafers. Over a single drawer to one end with a inlaid front and original brass knobs all repeated as a dummy drawer front on the rear. Raised on slim crisply turned and reeded legs with the original neat little brass castors. Some old woodworm holes, otherwise very good original colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 16″/29½”, depth 16″, height 26½”.
Fine quality nest of four small side tables by the celebrated English cabinet makers Waring & Gillow of Lancaster c.1920. Tops with symmetrically arranged mahogany veneers laid onto solid mahogany groundwork with a carved thumb moulded edge. Blind fretwork carved apron to the smallest table front and rear.Shaped blind fretwork brackets at the sides of each table over square legs with a carved bead detail at the outer edges. Raised on swept feet with neat little square pads and joined with stretchers for stability. Original maker’s label to the underside. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 18″, height 28″.
Superb Art & Crafts sideboard in oak by the celebrated makers and retailers Liberty & Co c.1895. A lower back variation of the design known as The New Whitlock sideboard and attributed to the company’s great head of design Leonard Wyburd. Raised gallery with a small display shelf and strikingly shaped ends with a Gothic inspired quatrofoil pierced detail. Over a single drawer and two cupboards, each fitted with a single shelf inside. Tapering sides and a dramatically overhanging top, original copper handles and long strap hinges with pointed spade shaped ends, all typical distinctive elements of Wyburd’s designs for Liberty. Superb quality with thick quarter sawn oak used across the piece. Original Liberty & Co. badge on the rear. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 73″, depth 25″, height 56½.
Attractive little Queen Anne style waterfall bookshelves c.1930. Useful small size, just 21″ max width. Five open shelves of graduated depth (5¼” – 8¼”) over a single oak lined drawer in the base. Shaped sides and front veneered in walnut, the crossbanded drawer front with brass drop handles. Raised on short cabriole legs with pad feet and carved scallop detail to the knees front and rear. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 21″, deoth 10½”, height 55½”.
Smart polished brass standard lamp c.1960. Single bulb raised on a slim hexagonal section brass stem with shaped detail at the base. On a small but heavy green painted slate plinth with six turned brass feet. Excellent condition, cleaned rewired and PAT tested.
Dimensions: height to bulb 55″, width 8″, depth 7″.
Pair of small Art Deco armchairs with original tan leather upholstery c.1930. Low shaped and sloped backrest with stylized floral detail embossed into the leather. Over curving arms and a sprung seat with loose feather filled cushions freshly upholstered in a black velvet chenille. Decorative brass studs to the front of the arms and across the wavy apron below the seat. Raised on turned oak bun feet to the front with quality brass and ceramic castors front and rear. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 34″. depth 30″, height 31″.
Superb quality Edwardian mahogany bow front shop or collector’s cabinet c.1920. Two long glazed bow fronted doors opening to reveal a black velvet lined interior fitted with 5 adjustable glass shelves (max depth 10½”). Moulded cornice, solid mahogany sides and door frames, shaped and crossbanded apron and feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 13″, height 26″.
Unusual French Empire style standard lamp c.1930. Single bulb on a brass stem raised on a turned and tapering mahogany column with good quality Empire style brass mounts to the top and bottom. On a heavy square marble and slate plinth base with neat little brass claw feet. Excellent condition, cleaned rewired and PAT tested.
Dimensions: height to bulb 59″, width/depth at feet 8″.