Georgian oak Anglesey dresser, C1780

An antique Welsh oak Geo III 18th century dresser from Anglesey with plate rack above an arrangement of spice drawers, and drawers and cupboards. The dresser is constructed in oak with birch drawer liners. It stands on double ogee bracket feet. The dresser has its original finish and is a lovely rich colour. It also boasts its original brass handles and key.

Victorian mahogany dining table, windout

An early Victorian mahogany dining table. This table has been converted from a pull out table to a wind out table at some point in its history. The table has 4 leaves, and fully extended can seat 10 - 12 diners. There are some historic woodworm holes in the undercarriage of the table, which have been treated by us. The dining table has its original finish, which has been cleaned and waxed in our workshop. Dimensions: fully extended 282.5cm L x 130cm W x 72.5cm H. Without leaves: 141cm L

Silver Caddy spoon Sheffield 1976

A Silver caddy spoon which dates to 1976. This caddy spoon is in a Victorian style, being of shell form, but bears a hallmark for 1976. Good condition, no dents.

Ginger jar

An unusual ginger jar which has a cucumber vine decoration. Mid 20th century. Good condition.

Six matching Victorian pewter tankards

A great matching set of Victorian pewter tankards. They were made by S.J Lemon (impressed mark inside each tankard), who was a pewterer in Chatham, Kent from 1865-1904. The tankards were made for 'Two Brothers, Chatham' (marked on base of each tankard)which must have been a pub at the time. The tankards bear marks applied by the local weights and measures inspector, consisting of VR 354, whcih was the mark for Kent between 1879 and 1901. Two say Quart, and the other four say Pint. Each tankard has the initials WG on the front, which would have been the landlord. They are in good condition overall, with a few dents here and there as you would expect with 100 years plus of use.

Victorian Mahogany wash stand/side table

This Victorian mahogany wash stand dates to the middle part of the 19th Century. It has two drawers and a raised gallery. There is also a raised circular section on the stretcher on which a wash jug would have stood. However, this piece also would not look out of place in a hallway as a side table.


A large decorative gilt frame wall mirror

A Large, late 19th Century Gilt Wall Mirror. This Mirror has a beautiful French Gilt and Gesso Frame on a pine base. The deeply carved frame is painted in a rich bright gold which has darkened with age The highly decorated frame measures 16cm diameter and holds a bevelled mirror, which is a modern replacement.

Milk glass overpainted vase, early 20th century

A pretty Edwardian vase which comprising a bulbous milk glass body, overpainted by hand with a floral design. The overpainting has worn with age, but this gives a rather pleasing muted look to the vase.


Oak gateleg table, 17th century

An early gateleg table, dating to around 1680-1710. It is unusual in that it has its original bobbin turned legs, they have not been lengthened. Often with tables of this age you will find the legs have been built up at some point after the originals have disintegrated due to decades of the floor being washed down around it. This table is a rich dark oak colour and it houses a drawer. When the leaves are dropped it is a relatively compact size.