Cheval mirror

A large freestanding (cheval) mirror. It dates to around 1810 and has its original plate glass mirror, and original brassware. It is mahogany, and stands on claw feet. It is extremely decorative. The stand is also on castors so it can be moved easily.

£995.00

Oak longcase clock

A longcase clock by Crane of Bromsgrove. The case is oak with mahogany banding. The dial is a 14inch painted arched dial. The movement is 8 day, weight driven. It is in good working order.

£1,375.00

Georgian Oak Tripod Table

Georgian oak tripod table in good condition with pleasant colour and finish dating from circa 1780.There is a very slight warping to the tabletop but not enough to detract from this characterful table. Measurements: Diameter 80cm Height 68cm

£225.00

Victorian mahogany glazed bookcase

A floor standing glazed mahogany glazed bookcase, of good colour, dating to late Victorian times, C1890. The bookcase stands on a plinth and has three shelves, the doors to which are lockable (key present),and also an unusual hinged lockable top section, in which documents could be stored. The bookcase has its original brass locks and escutcheon.

£795.00

Superb 19th century Adams style overmantel

A wonderful example of an Adams style overmantel mirror dating from the mid 19th century. The frame finished in gold leaf of which most is original. The bevelled glass is original and in excellent condition for its age.

£3,400.00

Oak buffet

An early 20th century golden oak buffet made by 'Maples & Co.' They were the largest producer and retailer of furniture in the world in the late Victorian era, and the company continued until the 1980s. This is a lovely quality item for use in a dining room.

£395.00

19th Century Mahogany Cheval Mirror

This quality 19th century mahogany cheval mirror is in good original condition. The original plate glass has some foxing at the bottom. The top rail is carved with the Prince of Wales feathers.

£695.00

Victorian Burr Walnut Credenza

A beautifully made and finely inlaid burr walnut credenza in excellent original condition. The lining material is somewhat faded, but an even colour in the show areas (this can be changed at a cost, to a material of your choice if you wish). The gilt brass mounts are all complete and well cast.

£2,450.00

Elsmore and Forster Circus Jug

A huge Elsmore and Forster jug, decorated with circus performers and animals. A rare and unusual piece of mid 19th century English pottery which was made in Tunstall, Staffordshire. A smaller version of this type of jug is exhibited at The Victoria and Albert museum. The jug has a small glazed over firing crack on the spout, and also a small amount of crazing to the glaze, but otherwise in excellent condition.

£995.00

Papier mache & mother of pearl vanity box

A Papier mache and inlaid mother of pearl chips box.Probably for use on a dressing table originally. It dates to around 1880. It is in good condition for the age, with all over surface crazing as you would expect. There are a couple of small chips around the bottom rim. Lovely little item

£32.00

Bottle corker, treen

This is an antique bottle corker for inserting corks in wine bottles, possibly French. Very tactile, a lightweight pale wood, probably dating to the late 19th Century.

£45.00

Gothic revival Fireside Chair

A lovely quality red walnut fireside chair, in the gothic revival style with green man carving on the back rail. Dating from circa 1880. It has been newly upholstered from the frame up using traditional methods and the highest quality materials. See our other chair in the same fabric.

£745.00

Brass fire irons and dogs

A set of three brass fire irons with firedogs. These irons are in the Victorian style but are probably early to mid 20th century. They still look the part beside any period fireplace. One of the dogs has a dent to the top of the sphere shape. They both have a few minor dents around the bases, and the shovel corners are slightly bent from use.

£65.00

Oak coal box and shovel

An early 20th century oak coal fireside box. This box has a carved panel door with brass knob, brass carry handle, original metal liner - with some holes, the shovel (has small split) fits in a (dented) bracket on the back of the box.

£120.00

Large continental charger, handpainted

A lovely and large continental hard paste porcelain charger, painted with a courting couple, and pink and gilt border. This charger dates to the early 20th century and is entirely handpainted in a romanticised style.

£95.00

Mahogany Library Bookcase/Cabinet

A fine quality mahogany library bookcase in lovely condition. Dating from the William lV period (1830-1837), it retains its original float glass and has an excellent colour and patina. As with all the furniture we sell this piece has been sympathetically restored to the highest possible standards using our 30 years plus of knowledge and experience.

£1,995.00