An amazing large leather settee with original cushions. It has a high 3 section back with mahogany arms and carved feet. circa 1900. £2, 600
This small mahogany table would have been used at the fireside, which would have been the warmest and best lit place in a drawing room in georgian times.
The sliding velvet covered back would have been raised to protect a lady’s face from the heat of the flames. A side drawer held the threads and needles for tapestry work. Alternatively with the back lowered,,the leather covered top (leather possibly later) can be tilted for reading or drawing as there is a built in ratchet, and a removeable narrow ledge to hold the book or paper. The sliding back can be lifted out completely if required and the table used for a lamp. (candleabra in early years). A very interesting and versatile table in good condition. 17″ wide x 14″ deep x 30″ high. price £395.
A Georgian Oak Dresser Base with a lovely patina and colour . A useful size.( 6ft 2″ long, 35″ high and 19″deep.) it has panelled sides, three drawers and cupboards. circa 1760. £2,650
A fine quality display table with purple interior, bevelled glass top and drawer. The frame is wood with bronzed sphinx and hoof legs. very heavy because of the bronze.28″ wide 17″ deep x 28 and a half inches high. £1, 495. SOLD
A small Art nouveau Desk with green leather writing top and inlay £595
A giltwood overmantel mirror with bevelled glass in three sections and classical frieze decoration. This is a very attractive mirror in good condition. circa 1850. £795
A fine quality bijouterie display cabinet with gilt brass mounts. It has bevelled glass and a rich velvet interior. 2 ft wide, 1ft 5″ deep and 2ft. 5 “high. £950
Large rustic farm table in chestnut wood. In excellent condition with a drawer at either end and a central stretcher. It will seat eight people and would be perfect for a large farmhouse kitchen or barn conversion. £1,750.
An impressive Continental carved walnut table which is 7ft 4″ long by 3′ 0″ across and will seat eight to ten people. It has a centre stretcher which makes it easier to place chairs under when not in use, and is a pleasant faded honey colour with a strong base. circa 1900. sold
A fantastic French table because it is very elegant for a country style so would fit into a more formal room.
It has cabriole legs, and a drawer at each end. The top is a mellow fruitwood colour and the base slightly darker where it has not been exposed to the light. The most unusual feature is the attractive inlay on the side freize. It will easily seat eight people, and has a lovely patina. In excellent condition it is the most expensive table we have sourced because of its special features, but it is one which would fit happily into any room. Price £3,850. length 6ft. 2 and a half inches, height 2.ft .6″, width 2ft. 6″. We have two other tables of a similar size but plainer, priced at £1,280 and £1,650..These are English oak and walnut, which are harder to source than french cherrywood.