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.
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.
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.
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.
A solid 1880s golden oak dining table and eight chairs.The table was re-polished 20-30 years ago and is an even colour throughout. There are some character marks that don't detract from its beauty. The chairs are in good condition and upholstered in a quality hide: again there is the odd mark, but nothing to detract.
A lovely rosewood library chair dating from around 1830. With its twisted rosewood dowel design supporting the back rail and its small proportions, this is a rare antique chair. The quality of the construction is excellent. We have upholstered it with horse-hair seat pad with leather cover.
A Victorian Rosewood Shaped Centre Table. The table dates to the mid 19th century. It has a shapely top and beautifully carved (acanthus leaf) legs and turned stretcher. It stands on ceramic castors for ease of movement. A fine example, and a very handsome addition to your home. The table has its original patina and has been cleaned in our workshop.
An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet dating to around to 1900. The cabinet has tear drop moulded cornice over astragal glazed doors with. It boasts its original rippled glass. (note the shelves a new glass replacements). The cabinet stands over an apron inlaid with bellflower garlands, and is raised on swan neck legs with boxwood line inlays.