Unusual early 19th.c. oak open dresser base c.1820. Four plank top with moulded edge over an unusual configuration of three short and two long drawers. With a shaped apron across the front and raised on cabriole front legs carved with a delightful simple tassel detail to the knees and feet. Cockbeaded drawer fronts with brass swan neck handles. Oak sides and back board. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 63″, depth 20″, height 29″.
Superb pair of brass floor lamps with tables c.1920. Single bulbs on a candle holder style fitting mounted on a hinged arm. Height adjustable with a telescopic brass column on a heavy diameter turned brass base. Also with 14″ diameter walnut wine tables with raised edges which are also independently height adjustable. Superb condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate. Shades included.
Dimensions: height 46″-56″, max reach 16″, diameter at base 9″.
Large late 19th.c. painting of sheep in a landscape by the Welsh artist Charles Jones (1832-1892) dated 1891. Almost five feet long (including frame) and very well painted in oil on canvas. A flock of sheep with lambs graze beside rocks in a mountain landscape watched over by a sheep dog who lies on a red blanket. Excellent cloudscape and nicely observed detail to the plants. Signed and dated in the lower right hand corner. Some surface damage to the paintwork in the upper right hand corner. Otherwise very good condition presented in the original moulded and gilded frame with a name plate. Some damage and retouching to the frame.
Born in Cardiff Jones spent most of his working life London and established a reputation for highly detailed paintings of animals, especially sheep, in rural landscapes.
Dimensions: width 57″, height 44″, depth 4½”.
Fabulous Edwardian era walnut longue or daybed c.1910. Crisply carved walnut frame with gilded detail, bergere or canework panel backrest and seat. Unusual design having two arms, the front or right hand arm being shorter making it easier to get into the seat. Turned and fluted arm supports and legs with further gilt detail repeated on each side. Excellent original condition.
Dimensions: width 62″, depth 26″, height 41″.
Unusual pair of long walnut hall benches or window seats c.1890. 6’6″ long walnut frames with raised open ends and a profusion of carved geometric detail to each side. Original woven rush seats and long buttoned brown leather seat pads. Missing a couple of buttons from one of the pads, otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 78½”, depth 19½”, height 30″.
Elegant little Georgian mahogany tilt top tripod wine table c.1810. Solid mahogany 19″ diameter table top on a simple turned pedestal raised on unusually slim shaped legs with square spade feet. Top can be tipped to vertical when not in use, locking flat with the original catch. Good condition with some old wear to the top. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 19½”, height 28½”.
Large early 19th.c. girandole wall mirror c.1830. Original 29″ x 39″ mirror plate within broad gilded gesso frame with candle sconces. Decorated with ears of wheat and delicate frieze of scrolling acanthus leaves and laurel leaves topped with a scallop shell. Some minor damage with a few missing portions of gesso and some of the candle holders are a little bent. Generally it has survived in remarkable condition and retains the original gilding.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 5″, height 60″.
Early 20th Scandinavian pine display cabinet c.1920. Shaped top with a scrolling broken pediment and pierced frieze. Over a glazed door also shaped to match. Fitted inside with later glass shelves and spot lights in the top. Pierced apron and raised on slim shaped legs front and rear. Very attractive traditional sage green and dark red paintwork with gilt detail to the cornice and legs. Excellent condition. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 14″, height 74″.
Georgian mahogany stick barometer c.1800. Open mercury tube barometer and separate mercury thermometer. Glazed top with original engraved and silvered gauge with adjustable marker. Fine mahogany case with flame mahogany veneered front and lovely carved scallop top. Turned bone knob to move the pressure marker. Very good working condition.
Dimensions: width 5½”, depth 2½”, height 41″.
Early 19th.c. North Wales oak cloak or tack cupboard c.1820. Designed to provide storage for clothing and riding gear which could be hung from the two rows of original peg hooks in the top. With two short and one long drawer in the base (the top two drawers are dummy fronts allowing extra hanging length inside). Moulded cornice over ogee arched door panels with moulded surround, quarter column detail to the front corners, diamond shaped bone escutcheon. Cockbeaded drawer fronts with large turned wooden knobs. Raised on shaped bracket feet. Oak panelled sides and deal back boards. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied. Could be easily fitted with a hanging rail if preferred or shelves to make a useful kitchen cabinet.
Dimensions: width 52″, depth 21″, height 72″.