A lovely French mahogany secretaire commode dating to around 1830. It has a shaped grey marble top, and opend to reveal a delightful light maple interior. The commode has four drawers below the sectetaire which houses a variety of stationery and pen drawers, and a tooled red leather writing surface.
A lovely set of six Bateman silver teaspoons. These elegant silver spoons are in the typical Bateman plain Old English pattern, but with the added decoration of a dove of peace on the reverse of each bowl. They all carry the lion passant on the reverse of the handle along with the makers marks for Hester Bateman, nut no date letter (C1780).
An attractive Lincolnshire attributed ladderback chair, dating to the early Victorian period. This country chair is constructed from Ash and Elm with a rush seat. The chair has three dome shaped back splats, and hoofed feet. The feet have been blocked up at some point in the chair's history (see picture). The chair also has some historic woodworm.