Six large French jet buttons

A lovely set of six French jet buttons which I picked up in France. They are flowers which are made up of horseshoes, and have a very nice sparkle to them. They have a kind of hook on the back to sew the onto a coat with. They would have been removed from clothing before it was washed. They are in very good condition, I think they date to the late 19th century, and measure roughly 3.5cm diameter.

Child's country chair

A child's country style chair which would also be good for displaying a teddy or doll. Dating to the late 19th century, it has some lovely signs of wear to the seat and front of the legs. It was probably made in France, since it is a mixture of Horse chestnut and Ash wood. There is some historic woodworm to the back footrail. Also the lower back rail, which would be a thin dowel-type rail is missing. This does not detract from this characterful piece.

Victorian walnut extending dining table


A lovely solid walnut wind out dining table with one leaf. It has its original patina and stands on handsome sturdy legs which have brass and pot casters. Great quality.

Mahogany Demi-lune table


A rich mahogany demi-lune table with drawer and tapering legs. It has fiddleback mahogany veneer to the frieze and drawer front.

Moorcroft La Famille lamp


This Moorcroft lamp is a lovely stylish shape. The pattern is La Famille. The lamp is new and comes with its own Moorcroft colour edged shade.


Oak longcase clock

This lovely oak longcase clock would be an impressive addition to a hallway. It was made in the 1820s by William Evans. The oak case is inlaid with crossbanded mahogany, and the hood has inlaid boxwood stringing. The clock movement is an 8 day movement and is unusual in that it has a counterweighted minute hand.


Royal Worcester blush ivory bowl

We are offering for sale this delightful relief moulded porcelain footed bowl by Royal Worcester, in blush ivory. The bowl bears the green Royal Worcester, England printed mark, but it has not been applied accurately, so has smudged, making it hard to read exactly how many dating dots there are. However, the bowl will date to roughly 1910. It is in nice condition with no chips or cracks, and good gilding, with only very minor rib to the gilded rim in a couple o0f places. The interior of the bowl does have some small rust coloured marks which I have been unable to remove, see photo, but they are only small quite faint marks, and do not detract from the attractiveness of the piece overall.


Georgian walnut dressing mirror


A very pretty Georgian walnut dressig mirror, the shaped rectangular mirror above a three drawer stand with brass handles. Original mirror which does show signs of its age.

A pair of chandelier light shades


This is a matching pair of pretty three tier waterfall chandelier shades dating from around the 1950's. They are in lovely condition with a nice detail to the gilt edge. They come with two ceiling roses which have a central hole for your electrical cable for your pendant light, and a hook to hang the chandelier shade from.