Victorian cast iron fire grate

A late Victorian Fire Grate in the regency style. It is in excellent condition. Measurements Height 620mm Width 400mm Depth 200mm


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19th Century Mahogany Console Table

A fine quality early 19th century French Empire flame mahogany console table. This elegant and well proportioned console table has gilt metal mounts with drawer and mirror back, and also a fossil marble top. Presented in excellent condition.


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Edwardian Marble Topped Washstand

This Edwardian washstand is in excellent original condition and retains all its original brass ware. The marble top again in excellent condition has distinctive veins and graining.


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Early 19th Century Dresser base

The wonderful colour and patina of this oak and pine dresser base is a standout feature. Dating from around 1825 it has rosewood detailing inlaid into the drawers and front of the dresser.


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19th Century Door Stop / Porter

This 19th century door stop or porter is made from cast brass. The base is lead filled giving it more weight than the usual cast iron filled ones. It retains much of its original lacquer finish.


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Early 19th Century Dresser base

A delightful oak and pine dresser base dating from circa 1830. Its original finish has over the years built up an exceptional colour and patina.


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Black Forest owl treen string box

This is a wonderful Black Forest carved owl string box in excellent original condition. With its original glass eyes this old bird has plenty of character and it also retains its original lead base weight.


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French ormolu & alabaster wine cooler

A good French Ormolu mounted Alabaster wine cooler. Fine quality castings, heavily gilded, of vase shape with three dragon head scrolled supports and Claw feet. Brass liner. Very slight wear to the ormolu on the tips of the casting. Minor natural faults to the alabaster.


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Georgian mahogany bowfront chest of drawers

An antique regency georgian 19th century bowfront mahogany chest of drawers with attractive brass drop handles and splayed feet in the Hepplewhite style. All the drawers are oak lined and cock beaded to protect the wonderful flame mahogany veneers which are rich in colour.


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Italian micro mosaic brooch

A pretty little Italian micro mosaic brooch, dating to the mid 20th century. Micro mosaic is when tiny glass tiles are crafted together and placed into cement to produce ‘micro mosaic’ pictures, which are then set into jewellery. Micro mosaic work dates back over 2000 years, although it was probably most popular in the 18th & 19th Centuries during the time of the Grand Tour. Italy is the most famous producer of micro mosaic jewellery. This brooch is in good order and was probably a holiday souvenir brought home in the 1950s, brass backed.