Edwardian glass comport

A lovely small Edwardian glass comport with geometric floral engraved detail. Shape wise it looks rather like a large champagne saucer. In nice condition.

Six Edinburgh Crystal sherry glasses

This is a lovely vintage set of Edinburgh crystal Sherry glasses in Appin design. They stand 9.5cm high and 4.7cm across the base. The glasses have the oval acid etched mark which says 'Edinburgh', surrounded by 'Made in Scotland'. They have not seen much use, having been kept in a display cabinet, and are in nice condition.

Set of 8 good mahogany dining chairs

A fine quality set of 8 mahogany Victorian dining chairs C1840. These very attractive, slender dining chairs are a rich mahogany colour, being constructed of good quality mahogany. The joints are all sound and they have been newly upholstered in a stone beige velvet chenille.


Georgian Corner washstand

Georgian mahogany corner washstand.Presented in excellent original condition . A board has been made for it many years ago to cover the bowl and beaker holes,which is removable. Measurements: Height 49,3/4" (1264mm) Width 31" (788mm) Depth 20" (508mm)


Victorian mahogany pedestal desk

A lovely Victorian mahogany pedestal desk. The desk has a mahogany writing surface, with backrail. It has three drawers immediately under the desk, (one long central drawer flanked by two short drawers). Below this the pedestals each contain three drawer fronts, but the right hand bank actually has a very deep bottom drawer for paperwork. The drawers have oak liners which is a good indicator of quality. The brass handles are replacements, but not recent replacements. The desk has its original finish and has been cleaned in our workshop. The desk dismantles into three pieces for ease of movement.


Silver salts with spoons, Birmingham 1899 & 1908

A pair of sterling silver hallmarked salts and spoons. The salts date to 1899, hallmarked for Birmingham, with the makers mark W.D. The spoons are slightly later at 1908, also hallmarked for Birmingham, makers mark W.D. The salts have an all over embossed design and measure 6.3cm x 4.8cm x 2cm H The spoons have an attractive shell pattern to the handles, and gilt bowls. Total weight 30g

Georgian mahogany secretaire bookcase, C1810

Georgian mahogany Secretaire bookcase presented in good condition with a lovely warm mahogany colour. The fitted interior is veneered in Satin wood.There has been some historic restoration and the handles have been change at some point. The drawers are oak lined and all work smoothly. The bookcase has three adjustable shelves and is glazed with original float glass. The secretaire dates to around 1810. Books not included.


Georgian oak corner cupboard

A fine Georgian corner cupboard having canted corners, triple moulding, and a geometric inlaid diamond design to the door, possible of bog oak. The cupboard has its original steel lock and key, and houses three shelves, two frilly fronted full shelves, and one plain smaller shelf.


Robert Sayer print, 1740s, in ebonised frame

A lovely print of Windsor castle by Robert Sayer. This print dates to between 1748 and 1760, as this was when the seller was trading from The Golden Buck, Opposite Fetter Lane, Fleet St. The print still has good colour, especially in the sky, and the coat of the man in a tri-corn hat who is fishing, and the lady in blue promenading. There is a lot of interesting subject matter in the foreground of the print, promenading gentlefolk, and a variety of vessels in the water. Under the print is written 'Publish'd according to act of Parliament. A view of the Royal Palce of Windsor. Printed for and sold by Rob't Sayer, map and printseller at the Golden Buck, opposite Fetter Lane, Fleet St'.