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.


Victorian fretwork and carved frame wall mirror


An attractive, good quality mahogany and parcel gilt wall hanging mirror. It is Victorian, but Georgian in style. The top with a carved gilded ho-ho bird/eagle, and fret work. The piece of furniture retains its original mirror plate and back boards. Good original condition.

Golden oak coal box


This late Victorian, Oak flap-front coal/wood scuttle complete with shovel is presented in good condition overall condition. Of solid English oak this piece benefits from a top brass loop handle and other brass detailing. The box is complete with matching oak handled brass shovel, which has seen some wear to both the handle and the brass from years of shovelling coal. The box also has its original liner. Overall a nice item of fireside furniture which looks attractive and functions nicely.

Flame mahogany triple wardrobe

Antique Victorian flame Mahogany Triple Wardrobe dating from aorund 1860. Constructed from quality mahogany it has a deep cornice above a full length arched shaped mirrored door. (original plate, which does have a mark to it) flanked on either side by an arched panelled door with flamed mahogany panels with original mahogany knobs. Internally to the centre there are three sliding mahogany trays above three graduating drawers all of which have their original brass handles. To either side there there are brass hanging rails, new cloth lining, and a deep drawer to the base with original brass handles. The wardrobe separates into pieces for ease of transporting.

Small mahogany bowfront chest of drawers

An extremely dainty, small size mahogany bow fronted chest of drawers standing just over 75cm tall. These drawers date to around 1920, and are constructed of pine veneered carcass and drawer fronts, and solid oak drawer backs and liners. It features its original brass hoop handles, and escucheons,(no key). The drawers have their original finsh and patina, and have been cleaned and waxed.

Clun Chair


A traditional Clun chair. It is made from Elm and Ash. 19th Century. These chairs are hard to date accurately as they were produced over a couple of centuries in the Clun area using green ash from coppiced woods. They were peg jointed, using no glue. The components (back rail and stretchers) would have been turned on a pole lathe.