Edwardian, William & Mary style American Black Walnut sofa

A fine William and Mary style three seater sofa, dating to around 1910-1920. The show wood is American black Walnut. The solid hard wood frame is strong with no loose joints, and the walnut legs and stretchers are very good quality carving, and in good condition. The cushions are foam, and would benefit from new top covers, as would the whole sofa, as there are some marks and pulls to the fabric.


Antique Brass top folding table

An antique brass table, probably Benares, India with folding base - c1900 This good example of the classic brass tray table is presented in very good antique order. Showing pleasing detailing with ebonised bobbin turned base and engraved brass tray top. The table is suitable for either permanent location as a coffee, lamp or display table, or for occasional use due to the benefit of the folding leg stand. Overall this piece of furniture is in very good condition and will make a great addition to any setting. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information - we are here to help. Benares is a pilgrimage site in India, and particularly famous for its Benares Ware - (decorative brass items). Benares is located in an area naturally rich in copper - a requisite ingredient of brass. Benares Brass is highly decorated by engraving, and highly sought after as an antique. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information - we are here to help.

Mahogany towel rail, Edwardian

A mahogany folding towel rail, or clothes horse dating to around 1900. The rail has two gates that are hinged in the middle with two hinges and is designed to fold flat. A nice clean example.

Victorian mahogany triple wardrobe

A Victorian mahogany triple wardrobe. The double doors open to reveal five linen shelves over two drawers. The right hand door houses a hanging rail with a slide out action to give you easy access to your clothes. The locks are in working order and the wardrobe comes with a key. The wardrobe has a substantial cornice and base. The mirror in the central door is the original glass which has degraded slightly, giving a sparkle to it. The mirror could be replaced at an extra cost if you wish, but the current one does not detract from the overall look of the wardrobe.

Flame mahogany triple wardrobe by Whytock & Reid

A lovely flame mahogany triple bowfronted wardrobe. It was made in around 1900 by the firm of Whytock & Reid. They were cabinetmakers between 1807-2004, based in Edinburgh. They had a royal warrant from Queen Victoria in 1838, and also made two chairs for a marriage gift for Charles and Diana. This wardrobe has lovely flame mahogany doors, which are bow fronted, and also a breakfront top. The wardrobe houses a large space with a shelf over a hanging rail, lined in lemon fabric. The inside of the central door houses a full length bevelled mirror. The right hand door opens to reveal 6 linen shelves over three drawers. The wardrobe boasts its beautiful original handles and locks, and one key.

Cobalt blue & gilt bone china vase

A lovely, and unusual bulbous shaped vase which is on a bone china ground, with cobalt blue glaze, and a combination of transfer and hand painted gilding in a floral pattern. The gilded double handles look a little like elephants' trunks. No makers marks, just handpainted number to the base. I did have another vase of this shape with a slightly different pattern (broken), with a Royal Doulton backstamp. Late 19th century.


Walnut footstool

A nice walnut footstool with wool work top. This little stool dates to around 1900.

Gaudy Welsh cup and saucer

This 'Gaudy Welsh' cup and saucer is entirely hand painted and dates from the mid 19th centrury. Sets of these ceramics were very popular for decorating a Welsh dresser. The cup and saucer are in good condition.

Victorian flo blue dish

An asymmetrical two handled flo blue plate, dating to the mid-Victorian era. The dish has a raised scrolling pattern, overlaid with a cobalt blue transfer, and then overpainted with gold embellishments. The dish is in good condition, but with some crazing to the glaze. The backstamp shows a swan and says 'Navy TR & Co'

Mahogany tilt top table, C1830

A rectangular mahogany tilt top tripod table circa 1830. The tabletop has rounded corners, and is in good condition retaining its original finish. A good quality English table.