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Beautiful example of the classic late Georgian oak chest on chest c.1800. Nicely proportioned, being a little smalller than many we see but affording lots of useful storage. In two sections with two small drawers over five long drawers of graduated depth. Oak drawer fronts with mahogany crossbanding and cockbeaded edges. Very unusually each drawer retains its original brass handles with elaborately pierced backplates and escutcheons. Crisp ogee cornice, thumb moulded waist and base mouldings and tall bracket feet front and rear. Solisd oak sides and drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 20″, height 63½”
Late 19th.c. easy armchair c.1895. Low sloped and sprung backrest and flat top arms over a sprung seat. Raised on good turned and ebonised hardwood front legs, with original wooden wheel castors front and rear. Covered in a pale blue cotton, probably intended as an underlining. Presented as found, good condition, solid and sturdy.
Dimensions: width 31″, depth 28″, height 32″.
Very useful little Georgian tray top chest of drawers c.1800. Just 24″ wide. Ideal as a bedside or as a lamp table with drawers in a living room perhpaps. Tray top with gracefully shaped raised gallery around the sides and rear and pierced hand grips. Over four slim drawers with ebonised strung edges and brass ring handles. Mahogany drawers sides with oak bases. Solid mahogany sides and rear, raised on straighht stiles. Excellent condition, previously adapted from a commode / night table. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 20″, height 32″.
Very elegant Edwardian satinwood quartetto nest of tables c.1910. Four useful little side tables of graduated heights. Matching tops with an oval flame mahogany centre within a crossbanded satinwood surround with a raised and ebonised bead and crossbanded edges. Slim turned column legs joined with curved stretcher and raised on swept feet, all in solid satinwood. Excellent colour and condition.
Dimensions: width 19½”, depth 14″, height 24″.
A delightful little George III mahogany kneehole desk c.1790. Just 30″ wide. Solid single piece mahogany top with a thumb moulded edge. Over one long drawer and six small drawers arranged around a recessed central cupboard and one other drawer hidden in the apron. Raised on tall bracket feet front and rear. Solid mahogany sides, oak drawer linings and backboards. Excellent colour and condition, very unusually the brass handles would appear to be the originals. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Cupboard key supplied.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 18″, height 30″.
Handsome George III oak open dresser base from the Wales / Cheshire borders c.1810. Solid oak top with a mahogany edge moulding over three large drawers with mahogany crossbanding and large turned knobs. The crossbanding continues at the lower edge of the apron front and sides, an unusual detail. Raised on square stiles, the front ones slightly tapered. Solid oak sides, deal drawer linings and backboards. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 66½”, depth 19½”, height 31″.
Early 20th.c. gilded chaise longue or daybed c.1910. Unusual design and supremely comfortable. Curved and upholstered chair back with arms over a long seat with a thick loose seat pad. Shapely carved and gilded wooden frame with scrolling acanthus leaves to the arms. Shaped apron and legs with floral detail and scrolling feet. Upholstered in a pale silk damask with a large vine and grape pattern. Very good condition with clean and serviceable covers.
Dimensions: width 31″, length 62″, height 35″.
Unusual pair giltwood stools c.1900. Shapely wooden frames with raised open ends, a carved apron (repeated on both sides) and cabriole legs ending in scroll feet. Upholstered seat pads with very attractive vintage patterned silk covers. Presented unrestored, retaining the original gilding, missing in places. Clean and serviceable covers.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 15″, height 22″.
Fabulous late 19th.c. combination wardrobe and linen press c.1880. Bow fronted centre fitted with three sliding shelves over a chest of two short and three long drawers of graduated depth. Flanked on each side with full length dressing mirrors, fitted inside with brass rails for hanging plus a single shelf to each. Exceptional quality cabinet making with remarkable figured walnut veneers arranged in a symmetrical pattern across the front and sides. Fine carved panels to the centre doors featuring Classical grotesque, urn and acanthus motifs within moulded surrounds. Moulded cornice, raised and fielded drawer fronts, original bevelled mirror plates and retaining the original heavy brass handles, locks and latches throughout. Mahogany groundwork, drawer linings and backboards. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Splits into three sections plus cornice and plinth for ease of delivery.
Dimensions: width 92″, depth 29″, height 85″.