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.
A fVictorian walnut upholstered double stool. This beautiful piece dates to around 1880. It has carved walnut feet. The sprung stool has been recently re-upholstered in Linwood fabric (Duck Egg check), which is fire retardant. This stool could stand in the middle of a room, but would also make a lovely window seat.
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.
These are a lovely pair of Edwardian silver casters - 1902. The baluster shape is probably the most popular form and single examples are plentiful; however finding a matching pair is more difficult and these are a fine twosome. These pepper pots are hallmarked to the fronts, and also appropriately marked with lion passant and date letter to the pierced covers. They are in good condition, with a couple of minor knocks to one shaker
A good quality set of four gothic revival dining chairs dating to around 1880, that could also be used as side, or hall chairs. The frames are constructed of red walnut and have a green man carving on the back rail. They have been newly upholstered from the frame up and covered in a quality tartan material.
An impressive long walnut window seat dating from circa 1880. The six carved cabriole legs joined with shaped carved rails. The upholstered seat retains its original tapestry cover which has been repaired over the years and although it remains delicate, it is usable with care. The tapestry depicts a hunting scene at the centre surrounded by floral border.
A lovely Victorian figured mahogany veneer wheel barometer or banjo barometer, having swan neck broken pediment above a circular hydrometer in a convex glazed panel, this above a spirit thermometer, behind a domed glass cover, above the original silvered dial barometer which is glazed and brass mounted. At the bottom there is a 'warranted' level. In good original condition, although the barometer tube has been replaced to ensure it is in good working order. c1840