19th Century door porter by Tonks

A lovely quality door porter by William Tonks and Son ( active 1851-1891 ). The brass bell shaped base is fitted with a cast iron weight and has the initials W T & S. Measurements: Height 25cm Width 13cm Depth 6.3cm

Six French porcelain flo blue coffee cans and saucers

An attractive set of six matching porcelain coffee cans and saucers, dating to the early part of the 20th century. They have all their gilding intact, which complements the deep blue colour well. There is no makers mark (possibly a Limoges factory), but they bear a retailers mark on the reverse, for a shop in Paris. One cup bears quite a bad crack, but the other five are in good order. Still look nice in a display.

Georgian North Wales Oak & mahogany dresser

A very attractive Welsh oak breakfront dresser dating to around 1830. The dresser boasts its original rosewood handles, column capitals and inlays. The drawer fronts are mahogany, as are the door panels. The three shelf rack sits on a bank of four drawers, flanked on either side by a further drawer above a cupboard. The cupboards have their key. Dimensions 209cm H x 160cm W x 53.5cm D

Cut glass whisky decanter, silver collar

A fine quality heavy diamond cut decanter with a silver collar. The collar is hallmarked, London 1968-69, makers mark for Mappin & Webb. The decanter is in good condition, and measures 24.4cm H.


Silver dressing table jar, Birmingham 1900

An attractive solid silver dressing table jar, hallmarked London 1900-1901, maker HM (Henry Matthews). The jar has an all over hammered effect. There is a smooth area to the lid where a monogram has been removed. The interior of the jar is gilded. Weight 177.2g


Small 18th Century Oak Dresser Base

This wonderful oak dresser base would fit in to any home. With its lovely colour and patina it is in excellent condition. Dating from Circa 1780. Measurements Width 56,3/4" (1440mm) height 29" (755mm) Depth 14,1/4" (362mm)