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Very useful late 19th.c. mahogany four door office bookcase c.1890. Single piece top with raised sides over twin two door glazed cupboards, each fitted with two adjustable shelves inside (internal depth 9½”). Very solidly constructed in solid mahogany and of uncluttered design, the decoration confined to simple chamfered detail to the edges, doors and shelves. Panelled sides, also with chamfered surrounds. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 59½”, depth 12½”, height 39″.
Very unusual brass and marble top wine table c.1930. Very well figured 17½” diameter marble top on an elaborate brass base. Deep apron with reeded edges, Classical masks and anthemion pattern detail. Tripod twist legs with Classical fluted column style tops and feet, joined with a triangular stretcher. Some minor damage to the edges of the marble, otherwise very good condition.
Dimensions: diameter 17½”, height 31″.
Good looking pair of painted miniature chests of drawers. Just 26½” wide, ideal as bedsides perhaps or as lamp tables in a living room. Black painted tops with projecting and canted corners and a deep moulded edge. Over three drawers to each cabinet with striking black and white harlequin diamond paintwork across the front and sides. Raised mouldings to the drawer fronts and sides and a raised on deep moulded plinths, also with projecting corners, and with a shaped detail between the feet. Presented as found with some obvious wear to the paintwork, otherwise very good condition.
Dimensions: width 23½”, depth 16″, height 27″.
William IV mahogany chaise longue ottoman c.1835. Raised and shaped end, button upholstered with moulded mahogany sides with a carved scroll detail to both sides. Short sprung seat, also button upholstered, with a mahogany moulding. Seat lifts to reveal useful storage inside. Rounded corners to the base and a moulded mahogany trim. Very good condition, presented as found with serviceable upholstery in a soft gold chenille.
Dimensions: length 64″, depth 23″, 36″ (seat height 18″).
Mid 19th.c. mahognay ‘duchess’ style dressing table c.1860. Original 21″ x 27½” mirror plate within a crossbanded shaped and mouded frame with carved detail and pierced detail at the top. Angle adjustable on carved supports over a two tier table top with three slim drawers and a low gallery to the raised portion. Shaped and moulded edges to the table top and three larger drawers hidden in the shaped apron below. Raised on cabriole front legs with acanthus leaf and scroll carved detail, shaped and pierced rear legs, joined with a low stretcher shelf and raised on turned bun feet. Some old marks and minor tarnish to the mirror. Generally very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 24″, height 67″.
Georgian oak tripod supper table c.1800 reduced in height to make a good sized coffee table to suit a period interior. 34″ diameter top raised on a shopt turned column and shaped tripod legs with pointed feet. Top can be tipped to horizontal when not in use, locking into place with the original catch. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 34″, height 21″.
Good looking pair of French marble top bedside cabinets c.1950. Inch thick and particularly well figured marble tops with serpentine moulded edges over three drawers of graduated height. Symmetrically arranged veneers to the front and sides with contasting inlays. Brass knobs and oak drawer linings. Shaped apron and slim cabriole legs with neat little brass mounts to the front feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 189″, depth 13½”, height 29″.
Good sized early 18th.c. oak coffer c.1720. Simple design in solid oak throughout with raised and fielded panels and moulded rails and mullions to the top front and sides. Small compartment to the inside. Flat oak back panels and oak floor boards. Very good condition with some minor old wear and later hinges. Very solid and sturdy. Particularly good colour, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 22½”, height 29″.
Unusually narrow little rosewood and marble top display cabinet c.1920. Just 23″ wide. Original rouge griotte marble top with a deep thumb moulded edge. Over a slim single door cabinet glazed on the front and sides and fitted inside with two adjustable shelves (internal depth 10½”). Rosewood crossbanded frame with inlaid stringing to the corners and door, brass mouldings around each glazed panel and a decorative brass escutcheon. Shaped apron and feet also rosewood veneered. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 14″, height 53″.
Charming little Arts & Crafts copper wall mirror c.1900. Original 12″ square mirror plate with a bevelled edge within a repousse copper frame with a design of Art Nouveau style plant forms with distinctive whip-lash curves against a hammered ground. Expressed rivets and a metal back panel with a partial label for the Liverpool removers and depository W.Boote & Sons. Presented as found in very good original condition.
Dimensions: width 18″, height 20½”.