A VERY large pressed glass jug of some age. I believe this jug dates to the latter Victorian years, around 1880. It would be a display piece, or for flowers, as it is too heavy to use practically. I wonder whether it was produced as a show item to advertise a company's products since it is so large. In good order.
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