19thC marquetry cushion frame mirror

A 19th century marquetry cushion framed mirror, with shaped arched top and original hand cut bevelled glass. The frame is of walnut, inlaid with various other woods in a bird and stylised foliate pattern. The original plate mirror, does have a generous foxing to it, although it is not disagreeable. If required we could replace the mirror with a new one, at cost. The mirror has a heavy brass hanging chain.


Art nouveau copper jug

An attractive Art nouveau hammered copper lidded jug. It stands 11 1/2inches high. Handle has been repaired at base in the past.


Rosewood bookshelves

Lovely Quality mid 20th century rosewood bookshelves in the late regency style. These shelves have five graduated shelves supported with decorative carved S shaped supports and bobbin turned back supports.

Lamb of Manchester Mahogany Wardrobe

A Lamb of Manchester mahogany wardrobe of exceptional quality. This aesthetic movement designed wardrobe dating from circa 1880 is made from the finest selection of timbers available. It retains its original finish and is a wonderful colour. The handles and locks are also original by S.Hall of Sheffield. As with all the furniture we sell this piece has been sympathetically restored to the highest possible standards, using our 30 years plus of knowledge and experience. This fine wardrobe breaks down into five sections for transport, the largest of which measures: 196cm H x 120cm W x 62cm D

Wainscot chair

A 17th century and later Wainscot Chair made mainly in oak with walnut rails. It has a good colour and finish. The legs have been built up about 4 inches which is not unusual.


Chippendale period Bureau Bookcase

A fine quality mahogany bureau bookcase dating from circa 1770. This is a lovely faded mahogany colour and excellent patina. Original fine quality handles and escutcheons . The blind fretwork at the top of the astragal glazed bookcase is repeated at the top of the stepped bureau interior. Truly a stunning piece of period furniture.


Mahogany barometer

A fine mahogany barometer with boxwood stringing dating to around 1830. It has a 'broken' pediment top. It was made by T.Pini of Baldwin's Gate, Holborn London. THe dials have been re-silvered.


Rosewood writing table, converts to card table, C1880

A very attractive writing table which opens into a card table. This rosewood table has two drawers inlaid with a stylised foliate pattern in box and other timbers. The drawers have their original brass handles. The writing surface has an attractively faded leather, and fan shaped boxwood inlay to the corners. The open card table has a green baize playing surface and four hollowed out corners to hold gaming chips. The base of the table has bow stretchers inlaid with boxwood stringing, and the turned table legs are mounted on brass castors.