Comprising two rounded rectangular ends, each on a rectangular support with reeded outscrolled legs, with concertina action extending to enclose four leaves on ring-turned tapering legs, with brass caps and castors, ten brass clips, with two inset brass plaques inscribed ‘EDWARDS PATENT NE PLUS ULTRA DIEU ET MON DROIT’
Early 19th century Regency mahogany antique library table. This is a really charming little library table that would be equally useful to use as a sofa table. It is made of nice mahogany with good figuring and a nice old faded green skiver. The skiver can be conserved or replaced depending on the requirement. This table will look wonderful when the restorers have finished with it. This is a proper aristocratic piece of furniture with inlaid stringing, high cross bar, precise dovetails and it is
An Italian 18th century walnut 4-drawer commode, all over marquetry and parquetry inlaid decoration, with original cast-brass drop handles and escutcheons, on turned feet, width 5'11", height 3'6", ex property of Dover College
A pair of generous Queen Anne style walnut wing arm chairs, of typical form with scrolling arms, fully upholstered, the cabriole legs carved with shells on the knees and terminating in a pad foot. English, 1920. Seat height 23 ½ in
This 18th century writing table has Masonic associations. The top left hand drawer is stamped with a symbol of a compass and set square. The one piece top has a moulded edge and is a deep darkish mahogany colour. Below this are 2 oak lined drawers with cockbeaded edges, original locks, handles, and escutcheons. The table stands on 4 square section legs which are chamfered to the reverse edge. They are fitted the original enamelled metal castors with leather rollers. This classic 18th century tab
The art studio table of desk like proportions constructed of black painted pine and hailing from a disused art studio in Nancy, north eastern France, the whole having block legs and a central drawer for brushes and other instruments with the original brass cup handle, the planked top showing an abundance of colour and character as a myriad of paint flecks, being untouched from its heavy use by an artist throughout the early part of the twentieth century, in Nancy, France.
Fine Quality Edwardian inlaid mahogany occasional / lamp table,having a lovely mahogany top with two drop leaves and satinwood inlay,one frieze drawer with original handle,standing on four square tapering legs with original brass castors,united by a shaped shelf under-tier Fantastic colour and condition Open 34" x 18" x 28" high Closed 18" x 18" x 28" high Internal Ref: 1074 Dimensions Height = 71 cm (28") Width = 46 cm (18") Depth = 46 cm (18")
A small Louis XV commode attributed to Antoine Mathieu Criaerd, called “Criard“ (circa 1727-1787, maître from 1747), with two small drawers and one long drawer, with a serpentine shaped front, veneered ‘en fougère’ on the sides and ‘quarter foil’ on the drawers, on a carcase of oak, set with foliate bronze mounts. The slab is of breche d’ Alep marble. The corners veneered in herring-bone pattern that continues along the legs, a veneering pattern actually prevailing at the beginning of the 18th c
Cela White Shagreen Rectangular Coffee Table Crafted Of Shagreen-Embossed Leather With The Texture Pattern And Distinctive Spine Detail Of Stingray Hide Inspired By A Refined 1970s Aesthetic Designer Charlie Zagaroli's Cela Collection Exemplifies Modernist Form Luxurious Shagreen-Embossed Leather Pairs With Rich Metal Accents An Elegant Contrast Of Texture And Tone The Precisely Mitered Trim Further Defines The Clean Linear Silhouette 170 x 109cm RRP £1840
Quality Antique Victorian Mahogany Sideboard having lovely shaped carved back, super quality mahogany serpentine shaped top with a moulded edge, 3 frieze drawers, 2 cupboard doors with moulded panels, fitted interior standing on a plinth base. Fantastic colour and condition. 78.5" x 25" x 53" High. Internal Ref: 1307 Dimensions Height = 135 cm (53") Width = 200 cm (79") Depth = 63 cm (25")
Early 19th Century flame mahogany breakfast / centre table, the wonderfully figured and crossbanded circular top with bead decoration running along the outside top and bottom edge, raised on a turned column, quadruple beaded plateau base, four out-splayed reeded legs and brass paw castors. Lovely colour and in fantastic condition. Circa 1825. Early 19th Century flame mahogany breakfast / centre table, the wonderfully figured and crossbanded circular top with bead decoration running along the out
Pair of William and Mary style bergere arm chairs,having a carved top rail,lovely cane back and seats [ Mint Condition],shaped arms supported by turned uprights,standing on shaped turned legs to the front outswept back legs,united by a turned stretcher Lovely colour and condition 22" x 18" x 34" high Internal Ref: 043 Dimensions Height = 87 cm (34") Width = 56 cm (22") Depth = 41 cm (16")
Inspired 23 Drawer Chest Create An Inspired Space Reminiscent Of Open Warehouses And Time-Worn Factories With The Industrial Design Chest With 23 Drawers This Is A Great Piece That Looks Simply Stunning 57cm H x 62cm W x 32cm D
Cela White Shagreen Square Coffee Table Crafted Of Shagreen-Embossed Leather With The Texture Pattern And Distinctive Spine Detail Of Stingray Hide Inspired By A Refined 1970s Aesthetic Designer Charlie Zagaroli's Cela Collection Exemplifies Modernist Form Luxurious Shagreen-Embossed Leather Pairs With Rich Metal Accents An Elegant Contrast Of Texture And Tone The Precisely Mitered Trim Further Defines The Clean Linear Silhouette 152 x 152 x 38cm RRP £2300
Originally designed by Christian Werner in 2001, the Pop chair combines soft curves with sleek Industrial lines. Upholstered in grey Alacantara fabric, the chairs have Butlex padded seats for ultimate comfort. Featuring sculptural chrome legs, hich mirror the curve of the seats, these chairs have a timeless aesthetic.
Antique victorian carved walnut ladies chair,with lovely carved detail to the top,nice shaped back,serpentine shaped front rail,supported by lovely cabriole legs to the front outswept back legs,original castors newly re-upholstered Lovely colour and condition 22" x 22" x 30" high Internal Ref: 857 Dimensions Height = 76 cm (30") Width = 56 cm (22") Depth = 56 cm (22")
A Victorian burr walnut and oak library table, A Victorian burr walnut and oak library table, the tooled green leather writing inset, over three frieze drawers and tapering octagonal legs, 181cm wide 90cm deep 75cm high, Viewing, 20 July 2019, 10am - 1pm 21 July 2019, 10am - 1pm 22 July 2019, 9am - 5pm 23 July 2019, from 9am, Condition Reports, Due to storage constraints, we will not be able to give condition reports until week commencing Monday 15 July. Removal of Lots, All lots should be remov
A French Louis XV style Kingwood & Tulipwood veneered miniature bombe shaped commode, having a moulded white-veined rust marble top over two parquetry veneered drawers, having the original brass ormolu mounts. Circa 1890
An exquisite freestanding figured maple wood and ebony desk of Neo-Classical form In The manner of Josef Danhauser, Origin : Austrian, Vienna. Circa 1820, Biedermeier Period. Provenance : Private European Collection, Originally purchased from Michael Lipitich Antiques London. Extremely stylish and evoking the characteristics of the famous Austrian cabinet maker of the early 19th century Josef Ulrich Danhauser, a father and son firm dating 1804-1838, although due to the rarity of this desk, with
An attractive early 19th Century Regency period rosewood freestanding “Davenport ” boxwood strung throughout, having gilt tooled leather writing surface with galleried back & lift up screen, the piece with various drawers & slides, supported on tapering legs with unusual roundels to the spade toes ending on original brass box castors.
A nest of Regency specimen wood tables by Gillows of Lancaster, each with a rectangular top and rosewood edge, the largest decorated with an amboyna field within rosewood banding, the second rosewood within amboyna, the third bird’s eye maple within amboyna and the smallest with a chess board of all the above woods and a small drawer, all on rosewood turned baluster spindle legs joined by stretchers, the smallest with a concave satinwood stretcher. English, circa 1815.
France, circa 1770 A charming pair of late Louis XV period fauteuils, the kidney shaped backs of simple outline supported on neo-classical fluted tapering legs. Each armchair stamped on the rails N.S.Courtois (Nicolas Simon Courtois master 1766 – Paris)