An attractive mahogany fronted glazed bookcase dating to around 1880. It has double doors with their original rippled glazing, original lock and key, standing on a plinth base, with moulded cornice. Internally there are four adjustable shelves. The sides of the bookcase are pine (original), but stained the same shade as the rest of the bookcase.
A lovely unusual three tier cake stand dating to around 1850. The oval cake stands are constructed of a central oval of walnut, surrounded by an oval of Kingwood, and an outer oval of Amboyna. The three sections are divided with boxwood stringing. The ovals are edged in a patterned brass band. The stand is supported by four ebonised legs with ornate brass finials.
A fine and large golden Oak, quartered Oak wind out dining table, with four leaves and winding handle. The rectangular surface with moulded edges and rounded corners, above cockbeaded friezes with panel moulded corners. It stands on turned and fluted baluster legs, with brass shoes and brown pot castors. The table surface has its been re-polished by ourselves. This beautiful table dates to around 1860 and will comfortably seat 10 diners. The winding mechanism bears the name 'Samuel Hawkins, Patented, Works No.2, John St, Kingsland. N1, London'
A beautiful Edwardian two tier wine table made from solid walnut. The round top section for your wine glass. The second, tri-form tier for keeping spare glasses on, is unusual in that it revolves. The whole stands on tripod feet. This item is offered for sale in good condition, there is a slight smile to the circular top, but still a charming and useful item of furniture.
This is a real beauty. Dating to the mid 19th century, this good size Florentine style carved gilt wood wall mirror has a lovely open carved frame in a stylised foliate design. The mirror is set off well by an ebony slip between the mirror and main frame. The frame has its original gilding which has worn through in places, and the mirror is the original plate glass. Dating to around 1850. Dimensions: 84cm H x 67cm W
A fine walnut and burr walnut gothic revival double stool or window seat. This beautiful piece dates to around 1850 and houses two burr walnut veneered drawers under an upholstered seat. It has carved walnut ends and feet with unusual leather and brass castors, and a turned walnut stretcher. The stool has a makers name stamped on the frame underneath which is 'H.Brooks & Co. Ltd. It has been recently re-upholstered.
This beautiful triple wardrobe was originally retailed by Harrods, London. It has a central bowed cupboard, housing two shelves, the doors to which are inlaid with boxwood and ebony marquetry, above four drawers of quartered veneered satinwood. The wardrobe is flanked by two bevelled mirrored doors, having more boxwood and ebony stringing inlay, enclosing hanging space and a shelf in each. The wardrobe cornice is inlaid with a diamond and foliate marquetry design in harewood surrounded by more boxwood and ebony stringing inlay. The drawers and wardrobe doors have their original brass handles, and their locks and a key. There is a hidden drawer just above the other four drawers. The wardrobe boasts its original finish, and has been fully cleaned and burnished in our workshop. The wardrobe will come apart into three pieces for easy delivery.