Marble Top Console Table.

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Splendid mid 19th.c. mahogany and marble top console table c.1860. Original white marble top with a moulded edge. Over a single long drawer hidden in the apron and raised on large cabriole front supports beautifully carved with scrolling acanthus leaves. On a inverted breakfront plinth and moulded feet front and rear. Gadroon moulding below the marble and a simple raised detail to the apron repeated on the sides and plinth. Oak drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 57½”, depth 18″, height 35½”.

Small William & Mary Style Walnut Side Table.

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Charming little late 19th.c. walnut side table in the manner of a late 17th.c. or William & Mary period original. Solid walnut top with a simple moulded edge over a single drawer. Raised on lovely turned and tapering baluster legs with bun feet, joined with shaped stretchers with a turned detail at the centre. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 20″, height 26″.

Very Large Carved Oak Wardrobe.

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Superb quality large carved oak combination wardrobe with drawers c.1900. Centre door with a shaped dressing mirror and full length hanging space inside, flanked on each side with short cupboards fitted with adjustable shelves over banks of three drawers. A real show stopper of a piece standing almost eight feet tall. With a massive carved scallop to the centre of the cornice, serpentine door and drawer fronts with a profusion of carved detail, raised shaped and fielded side panels, a shaped apron and large paw feet. Original brass handles and heavy oak drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Splits into flat sections for delivery.
Note we also have a king size double bed, bedside cabinets and dressing table to match this wardrobe.

Dimensions: width 90″, depth 24″, height 95″.

Burr Walnut Bookcase.

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Mid 19th.c. burr walnut bookcase c.1860. Glazed two door top with original red velvet lined interior of three shelves (8″ depth). Over a two door cupboard base with one full and one half depth shelf inside. Beautifully figured burr walnut veneers to the front and sides, with marquetry inlays and crossbanded edges. Retaining the original gilded ormolu mouldings and mounts to both sections. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our work shops. Key supplied.

Dimensions: width 47″, depth 16″, height 82″.

Pair of Rococo Gilt Mirrors.

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A pair of small late 19th.c. gilded wall mirrors c.1880. 16″ x 20″ mirror plates within decorative gilded wooden frames. Carved and pierced rococo spray to the top and floral and foliate detail to the quarter points. The mirrors are a little clouded (the plates could be easily replaced) and there are some missing pieces of carving and retouching to the frames. Generally very good condition, retaining the original gilt finish and the original back boards.
Dimensions: width 22″, height 28″.

Oak Corner Cupboard.

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Early 19th.c. floor standing corner oak cupboard c.1820. Useful size, in two sections with two shelves to each. Slim arched panelled doors with delightful carved detail to the tops and moulded surrounds. Ogee cornice, canted corners, applied moulding at the waist and to the bottom of the base. With an unusual shaped apron between the feet. Excellent original colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Original locks, keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 25″, height 85″.

Shapely Leather Hall Seat.

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Good looking early 20th.c. couch or hall seat c.1930. Shapely moulded beech frame and original leather backrest and seat pads. Carved scallop detail to the top rail, shaped apron and cabriole legs with carved detail to the feet front and rear. Obvious wear to the seat pad which can be easil;y removed for reupholstery.
Dimensions: width 50″, depth 20″, height 39½”.

Large Model Ship’s Hull.

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Large early 20th.c. model ship or pond yacht hull c.1920.  A superb example, very nearly four feet long and clinker built with overlapping boards secured with scores of brass nails. Wooden deck with hatches fore and aft, with sturdy metal receivers for two masts which extend to the bottom of the hull, travellers and eyelets for the rigging. With a heavy lead keel for stability in the water and a fixed rudder. Presented on the original painted wooden stand, despite the obvious wear and it remains a splendid item, ideal for a nautical themed interior.
Dimensions: length 47″, depth 11″, height 13″.

George III Elm Box Settle.

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Beautiful Georgian box settle in elm c.1800. Tall six panel backrest and gracefully shaped arms on turned supports. Over a panelled seat which lifts to reveal useful storage inside the base for shoes or blankets etc. Panelled front and sides to the base, note how the rear is flared to provide extra stability. Generally excellent condition, there is repair to the left hand edge of the seat and, typically for elm country furniture of the period, the bases of the stiles have also had to be repaired. A lovely example of the form with particularly good colour and patina to the timber. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 50½”, depth 21″, height 48″.