An attractive pair of small cloisonne enamel ginger jars. These ginger jars stand just over 8cm tall, and are decroated in famille vert. Internally they are a sky blue enamel. There is a small degree of damage to the lids of both, noticeable in the inside of one lid, and to the exterior of the lids when studied closely.
A superb kingwood travelling box dating from circa 1815. The bottom drawer containing a fully fitted writing slope. The centre drawer is lined but otherwise unfitted, and the top has two removable containers with sliding lids divided by a small removable tray.The brass inlaid plaque on the top is engraved Mrs Hall.
A mahogany triple wardrobe dating to around 1850. Constructed from fine quality mahogany, it has a cornice breakfront top above a full length central mirrored door. (Original plate, with some marks to it),flanked on either side by a panelled mahogany door. Internally each door, which has its original handles, contains a newly lined hanging space, with brass clothes rail, and drawer underneath. In very good condition with a lovely deep colour and patination, and all the character of the Victorian period. This wardrobe was made by Taylor Bros, Sheffield Moor. The breakfront stands on a deep plinth base and separates into 5 pieces for easy removal