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Stock #: 01010
We have another passion..........interior decorating. We feel customers need to be confident that they will receive a quality service which is totally reliable, timely and secure. We work as a duo in a straight forward professional manner with great respect for the homes we are asked to enhance. A lot of attention is paid to detail and finish within a clean working environment. We are only happy when the client is delighted with the completed job .We will work anywhere and out of normal working hours if necessary. Phone 01379898098 or 07785597168 to see if we can assist you in acheiving the look you want for your interior.
An antique rug
Stock #: 22081
An antique Caucasian rug. Brown and brick red colours. Geometric patterns with three central lozenges surrounded by rectangular borders. Clean and fresh ready for a nice country house hall.
172 cm long by 140 cm wide.
A Georgian dish top tripod table
Stock #: 22071
A Georgian dish topped tripod table. The tilt top with a raised rim supported by a box birdcage action. (Top rotates) Plain gun barrel stem and tripod base. The whole probably of Cuban mahogany of dense grain and a rich colour. The dish top rim has a couple of blemishes and one tripod leg has had a repair to the joint. Stands well.
58 cm diameter 70 cm high.
A 19thC miniature watercolour portrait
Stock #: 22036
A 19thC miniature watercolour portrait. Faded and with some potting around the lapel but never the less an appealing piece. Typical ebonised frame with brass oak acorn hanging fitment. Original glass.
12.2 wide 14 cm high 0.9mm thick
A 19thC miniature portrait of a woman
Stock #: 22078
A 19thC miniature portrait of a woman,. possibly on ivory but very difficult to ascertain.. In goot condition as the back remains sealed so no air has got in to cause it to deteriorate. Ebonised frame with original brass hanger.
12.2 cm wide by 13.8 cm high.
A 19thC miniature portait of a man
Stock #: 22079
A 19thC miniature portrait of a man in Regency dress. An expressive face but the watercolour has deteriorated over the years none the less attractive. Open back. Ebonised frame with original brass hanger.
13.1 cm wide by 14.6 cm high.
A Georgian multi drawer table top chest
Stock #: 22052
A Georigan mahogany and oak multi drawer table chest with later grey paint. Well constructed with oak lined drawers with dovetail joints.Original brass ring pulls. Graduated drawers of various sizes. Interestingly there are original brass roller casters to the base which would have enabled the engineer to pull the laden chest to him on the work bench. Originalpine back.
81 cm wide 20 cm deep and 30 cm high.
A Georgian wine table
Stock #: 22049
A Georgian wine table with a slender turned oak column on delicate shaped feet.The thin one piece top is actually of mahogany but the colour match with the stem is good..
75 cm high
42.5 cm in diameter.
An early 19thC scumble painted trunk
Stock #: 22050
An early 19thC pine trunk with its original combed scumble paint finish. An unusual cirgarette card lined lid from the Victorian ere. The trunk itself is very original being complete with iron hinges, iron lock, side handles. and an interior candle box. Simple plinth base. Perfect as a childs toy trunk or small coffee table.
74 cm wide
50 cm deep
38 cm high.
A 19thC watch makers multi drawer chest
Stock #: 22041
A 19thC mahogany watch makers multi drawer table chest. Seven drawers of various sizes the top centre one being lockable by turning the pull. Lift up top with storage below. The top has a crested label. Turned pulls to the drawers. Bracket feet.
45 cm wide by 18 deep and 18 cm high
A 19thC elm trunk
Stock #: 22030
A 19thC elm trunk of simple form. Nice mellow glowing colour. Plinth base. Brass lock escutcheon.
Good toy trunk or end of sofa ?
81 cm wide 49 deep and 37.5 cm high.
A tramp art miniature chest
Stock #: 22046
A tramp art miniature chest of two over 3 drawers. Of typical tramp art design but unusual in this form. Solidly made and functional with a shaped oak top and base. Original brass pulls to the drawers.
34 cm wide
20 cm deep
33.5 cm high
A large antique rug
Stock #: 22045
A large 230cm x 162 cm Caucasian antique rug. We bought this because of its lovely colours and pattern. Unfortunately it has a HOLE... a small one 5 x 4 cm which would be not be as obvious if the rug were laid over a tile or boarded floor. It would not be apparent at all below a coffee table or centre table.
The is some wear but overall it is vibrant and of an interesting design. A central lozenge surrounded by rectangular borders. Redish brown with blue and with geometric and stylised flower patterns.
A perfect country house piece.
A French coffee table
Stock #: 22028
A 19thC French harvest table very suitable today as a large coffee table. Fabulous oak plank top with cleated and pegged ends. Blacksmith made iron scrolled base. Where the old rivited joints have loosened these have been welded to make the table stable. Very decorative indeed.
138 cm wide 61.5 cm deep and 58 cm high.
A Georgian pine dresser base
Stock #: 22023
A Georgian pine lime waxed dresser base. Small in size and with three dovetailed drawers to the top section. Double doors to the shelved cupboard below. Original swan neck brass handles. The top retains slots right and left where the dresser top would have been mounted. Any old woodworm has bee treated as a precaution.
54 cm deep and 87 cm high.
A small camphor campaign trunk
Stock #: 22029
A small 19thC camphor wood campaign trunk. Brass corner caps and strapping. Original lid pull ring,escutcheon ,blank lid cartouche and interior folding lid stay.Lovely interior perfume of camphor. Battle scared due to its passage triugh time some age cracks and splits but a lovely colour and very useable.
62 cm wide 31.5 deep and 24.5 high.
A 19thC French exhibition case coffee table
Stock #: 22026
An interesting oak brass capped and cornered exhibition case perfect for use as a coffee table. Made for the eminent goldsmiths Froment-Meurice of Paris and probably used to transport an important piece for display. (Feint oval marks within the case suggest a table centerpiece perhaps). The top of the case bears an owners crested cartouche which should be further investigated. (photos on request) The goldsmiths name is embossed in script on the original lock (no key) . The ornate brass side carrying handles are marked 'A G ' to the underside. Heavy cast iron roller casters.
79 cm wide
56 cm deep
39.5 cm high
A William IV games table
Stock #: 22025
A William IV (1840) mahogany games table with a fixed marble top. There is some damage to the edge of the top. Deep drawer with turned mahogany pulls suitable for chess pieces or games. Turned column with a gadrooned baluster supported by swept legs all with roundels to the toes.
Perfect height for between two easy chairs.
44 cm wide
44 cm deep
62 cm high
A 19thC mahogany low butlers tray on stand
Stock #: 22021
A 19thC mahogany butlers tray on stand adjusted to sofa arm height meaning it is ideal as a lamp or drinks table. Re-webbed. The webbing only needs to be adjusted to bring it up to butlers tray height is required. Would also work as a bedside stand. Raised gallery with pierced and shaped handles. Good tray base without splits as many have due to below stairs use. A nice colour without wayer stains.
75 cm long
49.5 cm deep
67 high to the top of the gallery and 59.5 to the flat tray base.
An all cherry wood French farmhouse table
Stock #: 22011
An all cherry wood 19thC french farmhouse dining table. One long end drawer with a turned pull and an additional centre side drawer with its original iron lock. Tapered legs and pegged construction. The plank top with cleated and pegged ends.
An absolutely lovely colour.
171 cms long 80 cm deep and 74 cm high
An ornate Victorian cast iron fender
Stock #: 22024
A very ornate wide Victorian cast iron fender complete with retainers for fire irons. In excellent condition. no makers name but it is of high quality. The fire iron retainers either side are often missing...these ones are stamped '4'. Black smith applied rivets and dome head screws and flat square nut heads. (more photos on reques). A genuine and attractive piece meant for a grand fireplace.Ball feet.
Overall 121 cm wide
Front section 19 cm high
38 cm to the top of the retainers
Sides 30 cm deep
Overall 30 cm deep
A pair of 19thC iron balcony window box railings
Stock #: 6126
A pair of 19thC blacksmith made iron balcony window box railings suitable for retaining a narrow plant trough.
Probably French and with scrolling and finials. (two finials missing from the base). The original wall fixings are in place and are strong and sturdy.
115 cm wide at the bases
46 cm high approx
Depth of plant trough 15 cm
Overall depth 28 cm
A 19thC bidet table with liner.
Stock #: 22009
A 19thC mahogany bidet table suitable for the end of a sofa as a lamp table or as a bedside stand. this bidet is in near perfect condition and is made from well grained timber of an excellent colour. It retains its original white ceramic liner which is without cracks or chips.
56 cm wide by 34 deep and 49 cm high
A 19thC brass edged camphor box
Stock #: 22013
A 19thC camphor wood box with brass corner bracing. Almost a cube and useful as a low bedside stand or lamp table. Brass hinges.
46 cm wide by 43 deep and 34.5 cm high.
A Victorian pub scoreboard
Stock #: 22014
A Victorian pub scoreboard probably for skittles or another bowling game....could be used for all sorts of games. Lovely script heading. Well constructed and ideal for a Pub restaurant cafe or club.
111 cm wide
81 cm high
7 cm deep
An Italian painted pedestal tripod table
Stock #: 22015
An Italian painted pedestal tripod table with an adjustable stem. The timber is difficult to ascertain possibly walnut certainly not pine its too heavy. Some evidence of old worm to the knees (treated) . Layers of old paint including scumbled faux wood grain effect which is applied to parts of the stwem and the top. The top can be rotated and lifted a few inches by loosening the brass collar screw on the stem. A bust, clock or vase would look handsome on this piece.
The top 34.5 cm by 34.5 cm and it stands 77.5 cm tall.
A Georgian oak lowboy
Stock #: 22018
A Georgian oak lowboy with one single deep drawer above two smaller ones. Thin shaped edge top and chamfered square legs. Brass swan neck pulls to the drawers and an original iron lock with a brass escutcheon.
84 cm wide
50.5 cm deep and 72 cm high.
A small antique Caucasian rug
Stock #: 22017
A small Caucasian antique hall rug. Faded colours and geometric patterns. A good country house look.
155 cm by 117 cm
A rare 17thC walnut refrectory hall table
Stock #: 22001
A rare relic...... a 17thC French 155 cm long hall centre table with a 4.5 cm thick one piece walnut top. Cleated and pegged ends,oak side rails and cherry legs. A huge side drawer substantially constructed and very heavy on its own being 95 cm long. a hall table rather than an eating table because of its height being 82 cm high although it could be used for eating with benches along each side. The cherry legs are united by stretchers at the base on all sides. The stretchers look to be walnut although it is difficult to tell. Woodworm has been active in the past as is extrtemely common with walnut but the whole is a stron sturdy and handsome piece. Some 'french restoration is evident to the end of the drawer and the base of the drawer side rails. There is a walnut insert repair to one of the cleated ends and a splice in cherry to the inside face of one leg....battle scars to be expected in an item of this age.
155 cm long 73 wide and 82 cm high.
An early 20thC print of Jane Seymour
Stock #: 22006
An early 20thC print of Jane Seymour in a hogarth frame. Typed description to the rear and a label 'School prints Ltd Motcomb Street Belgrave Sq London S W 1. some scratches to the surface but a decorative piece.
68 cm high 51 wide .
A 19thC elm artists brush tray
Stock #: 22007
A 19thc elm artists brush tray. With three sections it is made in a similar form to a cutlery tray with a brass carrying handle.Paint splattered but the wood is a nice colour and patina.
36 cm wide by 27 deepand 8 cm high without the handle.
A Geo III chippendale style tea caddy
Stock #: 21132
A Geo III mahogany tea caddy in the classical chippendale style. Canted top with a brass swan neck pull. Typical moustache shaped brass escutcheon and a brass lock. original hinges. Moulded skirt with bracket feet one of which has been replaced but almost undetectable.The interior has been velvet lined probably in Victorian times.
22.5 cm wide 13 deep and 14.5 cm high.
A 102 cm tall French 19thC wall mirror
Stock #: 16124
A French 19thC arch topped wall mirror. A foliate moulded frame with inner silver margin. Bead decorated to the inner edge . Original mirror plate with some age spotting. Original wooden back.
102 cm tall
75 cm wide and 3 cm thick
A Georgian folding campaign table
Stock #: 21141
A Georgian folding mahogany campaign table. Well made and with the correct brass hinge mechanism. good mahogany top with a threaded iron socket probably for the attachment of a candle sconce or inkwell fitment. Original webbing. Nice brass lions mask covers to the x frame pivots.
Stands 71 cm high by 70 cm wide and 48 cm deep. Folds flat for storage. An interesting and useful piece of furniture which because of its simplicity will stand well in the modern home.
A Deco period life form sculpture
Stock #: 21131
A Deco period wood carved life form sculpture. Well executed with good detail. Some elements missing and with cracks to the timber. Carved from a single block and sits well. decorative and appealing.
38 cm high 16 cm wide and 14 cm deep.
A French cherry wood side table
Stock #: 16120
A French cherry wood side table. A thin plank top and a central drawer. Square section tapered legs.
A good mellow colour.
100 cm wide 59.5 deep and 68 cm high.
A late Victorian library ladder
Stock #: 21128
A late Victorian mahogany library ladder. Eight round section rungs and rectangular section uprights with iron hooks to the top.
38 cm wide and 182 high 5 cm thick
An ebonised Victorian open bookcase cabinet
Stock #: 21120
An ebonised Victorian open bookcase cabinet. Extremely smart and suitable today as a grand wide screen TV stand with electronics below. Ormolu mounts to the front elevation and burr walnut panels to thre uprights. Line inlaid shelf front echoed again in the line decoration to the shaped skirt.
Well lined interior and shelf surfaces. Perhaps used in the past as a shop display unit.
112.5 cm wide by 41.5 deep and 70 cm high.
Shelves 28 and 18.5 cm apart (top)
A PAIR of unusual French upholstered armchairs
Stock #: 16117
A pair of unusual French upholstered armchairs circa 1880.Professionally reupholstered and covered in oatmeal flame retardant backed linen. Ebonised turned front legs and original castors.
height of seat 38 cm
Width of seat 69 cm
Depth of seat 53 cm
Overall width 82 cm
Height of the back from the ground 83 cm.
A 19thC iron trestle based table
Stock #: 21110
A 19thC iron trestle based table with a limed door pine door top. Blacksmith made iron trestle bases with a weathered finish and old paint splatters. Level and sturdy. The door plank top is nailed and battoned with old treated worm and limed polished finish. Brass capped corners and old escutcheon.
A very flexible table which can easily be dismantled quickly and will go anywhere.
Would be excellent in a kitchen with six seats around it or possibly as a trendy desk.
163 cm long by 73 deep and 74.5 cm high.
A pair of French Deco bridge chairs
Stock #: 16110
A pair of French Art Deco bridge chairs circa 1930. Newly upholstered.. Attractive exposed wood.
Each has an overall width of 58
Overall depth 49 cm
Height of back 81 cm
Height of seat from the ground 45
depth of seat approx 48 cm
A pair of solid cherry French benches
Stock #: 16111
A pair of 19thC solid cherry wood french benches. each 201 cm long.
Solid and stable. One has an old grack to one end which does not affect the construction at all.
Solid ......no wobbles.Tennoned directly into the seat.
201 cm long
Seat top 17 cm
Distance between the legs 152
Solid leg is max 35 deep at the shoe.
Height 48 cm
A Geo III chinoiserie bow front corner cupboard
Stock #: 21068
A George III chinoiserie decorated bow front corner cupboard. The finish distressed but intact and the whole useable and very decorative. The gilded decoration is faded and the gesso figures hardly distinguishable but it is still overall pleasing to look at and blends well with contemporary furnishings. The hinges are original as is the lock escuteon and top door catch. The inner oak shelves are intact and useable. Brass hanging eyes.
96 cms high by 60 wide and 37 deep.
A 19thc decorative side table
Stock #: 20178
A delicate 19thC elm side table covered in Nina Campbell printed paper. Extremely decorative and attractive.Tall tapered square section legs.Ideal to liven up any room.
74 cms wide by 47 deep and 54 cms high.
A Victorian brass stick stand
Stock #: 19098
A late Victorian stick stand the wood frame covered with brass plate embossed with ships.
25 cms wide by 53 high and 16.5 deep.
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