Elegant Edwardian mahogany bow front display cabinet on stand c.1905. Wide flared and moulded cornice over a half-moon shaped cabinet with a single door and glazed front with 28 individual glass panels. Fitted inside with three shelves (arranged in line with the glazing bars), the fronts of the lower and upper shelves with cutaways to allow for taller objects and lined in white water pattern silk. Raised on an a stand with two cupboards and a single small drawer over an arched apron. On square tapering legs with spade feet and joined with a useful stretcher shelf. Symmetrical mahogany veneered door panels and drawer front with original heavy brass drop handles. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 18″, height 75″.
Superb late 19th.c. Anglo-Indian carved tea table c.1880. An exceptional example of the form, the hexagonal top beautifully carved with a symmetrical pattern of peacocks and serpents against a dense foliate background amongst which hides a strangely dressed human figure, a hunter perhaps? With a long arching apron to each side, carved with a large peacock against a pierced foliate background. Raised on legs carved as extraordinary looking dragons or serpents with a claw foot below. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 23″, height 25″.
An Edwardian era Carters Literary Machine, combined reading or music stand and side table c.1905. Oak bookstand with brass page stays, angle and position adjustable on a horizontal brass arm. Over a 15″ diameter circular oak table with raised and moulded edge. Both elements are independently height adjustable a brass column with ball finial and raised on a heavy cast iron base. Excellent condition with serial number and original maker’s label to the rear of the bookstand.
Dimensions: height 53″, width 26″, depth 15″.
Unusual mahogany revolving bookcase c.1905. Unusual two tier top inlaid with an exceptional Art Nouveau pattern of organic motifs in exotic and colourful timbers within a Tunbridge ware border. Raised on square columns over seven feet of shelf space (6″ depth) for books etc. with slatted sides. Revolving on a cross shaped foot raised on small metal castors. Excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 20″, depth 20″, height 39″.
Neat little Edwardian mahogany cylinder top bureau c.1910. Just 25″ wide. With a pull-out writing surface and fitted interior of pigeon holes and two small stationery drawers, over three drawers of graduated depth. Inlaid and crossbanded top, cylinder and drawer fronts. Original pierced brass gallery and brass swan neck handles. Shaped bracket feet front and rear. Oak drawer linings. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied for the cyclinder.
Dimensions: width 25″, depth 19″.24″, height 40″.
Charming pair of Gothic carved oak stools or side tables c.1890. In solid oak throughout. Top sides and stretchers carved and pierced with lovely Gothic tracery pattern details. Thumb moulded edge to the tops and Gothic trefoil arch shape at the feet. Note how the pierced top makes a handle for carrying. Some old splits and missing portions of the carving on one end of one stool. Otherwise very good condition, solid and sturdy and a particularly good colour.
Dimensions: width 17″, depth 10″, height 18″.
Early 19th.c. oak and mahogany crossbanded dresser base c.1820. 80″ long with a two plank top with an applied moulded edge over three drawers of graduated depth and a pair of large two door cupboards fitted with shelves inside. Mahogany crossbanded drawer fronts and door panels. Original brass handles (a couple of replacement backplates) and escutcheons. Oak carcass and side panels, pine back boards and floor. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 80″, depth 18″, height 33″.
Elegant pair of Regency era sabre leg armchairs c.1830. Low backs with shaped top over a crisply carved stretcher. Curving arms with an unusual carved detail at the terminals and raised on silhouette baluster shaped supports. Large padded seats upholstered in a soft brown leather. Crossbanded cushion moulding across the front edge with shaped brackets below and raised on gracefully curving sabre legs. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 22″, depth 19″, height 32″.
Unusual little late 19th.c. oak hall bench or window seat c.1880. In solid oak throughout. Low back, shaped and carved with stylised flower heads, and bobbin turned arms over a narrow seat. With a shaped apron (a repeat of the back) across the front edge and raised on bobbin turned legs front and rear. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 11″, height 21″.
Set of three Edwardian pale oak stacking office bookcases by the Globe-Wernicke Co. c.1910. 18 bookcase sections of graduated heights (8″ internal depth) with Wernicke’s patented lift and slide door mechanism. Shown here as three 78″ tall stacks with six sections to each, they can of course be easily reconfigured to stand in any arrangement you desire. Excellent quality, with solid oak sides, shaped cornice pieces and plinths. With a drawer to one of the plinths. Excellent condition with original Globe-Wernicke labels. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: each – width 34″, depth 10″, height 78″.