An 18th Century country oak dresser base. With a lovely colour and finish this dresser base is full of character the handles are replacements, but are a very close match to the originals and have been aged appropriately. As with all the furniture we sell, this piece has been sympathetically restored by ourselves to the highest possible standards, using our 30 years plus of knowledge and experience.
This 1920s Gustav Becker Vienna wall clock has a high quality movement as you would expect from Gustav Becker. The gilt design on the dial is carried through on the weights and pendulum, showing that they all belong together. The clock is in good working order. The case is of walnut and in generally good condition although there is as slight twist in the door which has been counteracted by someone moving the catch from the middle to the bottom of the door. This is reflected in the price.
A lovely quality red walnut fireside chair, in the gothic revival style with green man carving on the back rail. Dating from circa 1880. The chair has been newly upholstered from the frame up using traditional methods and the highest quality materials. We have another one with matching fabric - chair slightly different style.
A handsome and substantial trio of Georgian silver serving spoons. These fine spoons are in fiddle pattern and have a monogram 'L' to each handle. Condition : No dents or splits. Bowl tips are very good, very slight overall wear as you might expect with age . Hallmarks :- Clear and matching, Assayed London 1814. Maker :- W.E, W.F. (William Eley, William Fearn
A really attractive boxed set of six sterling silver coffee spoons. Each spoon has the back of the bowl enamelled with a different flower. The end of each spoon is topped with an imitation coffee bean (one of these is rubbed). Hallmarked for Birmingham 1962-63, maker T&S, also stamped 'Made in England'. Overall in very nice condition.