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A large terrestrial brass telescope
Stock #: 25058
A large brass telescope made by A Bardou of Paris together with its full height tripod stand. In full working order and with powerful clean magnification from the two available lenses. dating from the early part of the 20thC A Bardou was a well regarded maker working from the middle part of the 19thC. The telescope has a good 3i'' objective lens and an original eyepiece for astronomical viewing together with an adapted modern erecting lens which produces a much larger terrestrial image. Easily observes the moons craters and very distand land objects. Focusses easily and moves vertically and horizontally smoothly.
About 115 cm long and the large tube 8cm in diameter. Stands about 175 cm tall at the centre with the telescope horizontal.
A Holland & Sons slipper/side chair
Stock #: 6185
A superb quality slipper/side chair by the renowned English makers Holland and Sons. Reupholstered in cream/white heavy linen. Walnut turned legs with original brass castors. Stamped by the maker on the rear leg. Circa 1860.
Height of seat 38cm Width of seat 62cm Depth of seat 49cm Height of the back from the floor 78 cm
Overall depth 78 cm
A small French elm bench
Stock #: 6183
A small 19thC French elm bench 1.15m long. Good colour and patina. Sound construction and ideal for a Kitchen table or hall.
Height 46.5 cm
Depth of seat 20 cm Depth of feet at the base 31cm
A French oval coffee table
Stock #: 23062
A mid 19thC French oval coffee table. Probably used in the past as an eating table in the vineyards. The top lifts off and the X frame base folds or can be dismantled for ease of carrying and reassembly. The top is made from sycamore and has cut marks from eating meals as such it has taken on a good mellow patina. There is an oak band around the edge finishing it nicely. The base is made up of two oak frames secured by steel pins. The piece works well as a good sized coffee table and it sits robustly when in place.
120 cm wide by 90 deep and 46 cm high.
A French cherry wood side table
Stock #: 6182
A 19thC French cherrywood side table with a drawer. Napoleonic period with turned legs and of solid construction. The wide baize lined drawer with a period brass pull. Any traces of worm thoroughly treated as a matter of course.
78 cm wide 50.5 deep and 68cm tall.
A chipped paint bank of 5 drawers
Stock #: 25055
A Victorian bank of 5 graduated drawers with a chipped paint finish (many layers).The drawers have dovetail joints and are well constructed with good runners. Probably part of a shop counter or similar a long time ago. Useful in a kitchen office or even a bathroom.
77 cm high 27 cm wide and 37cm deep
Drawers internally are 21.5cm wide by 32.5cm deep and the top one 9 cm high the next down 10,..11.25,...12.5,...14.5.
A Regency jewel box
Stock #: 25057
A Regency jewel box of pleasing design and proportions. Complete with is original brass lock and WORKING KEY. Original brass foliate paw feet and brass hinges. Rosewood veneer with boxwood stringing. Baize lined interior. Bone diamond lock escutcheon.
20 cm wide by 14 deep and 9.5 cm high
A 19thC adjustable piano stool
Stock #: 6181
A French adjustable revolving piano stool circa 1890. Ebonized oak and beech base with swept feet. Solid and sound frame with as to be expected wear to the legs. The seat reupholstered in mustard coloured linen. Rotates freely and adjusts in height easily.
Minimum height 46 cm maximum height 46 cm Diameter of seat 31 cm Splay of feet 29 cm
A small 19thC campaign writing slope
Stock #: 25054
A small 19thC (circa 1840) campaign writing slope. In rosewood with flush brass military style side carrying handles. Flush handles were used to minimise wasted space and pack as much as possible when travelling 'on campaign'. Re baized writing surface to the interior which has two inks and a pen tray with a brass ring pull. One ink has an 1889 penny to the bung fixed with a rivet through the cork and a further smaller fitted and faceted glass ink with a brass screw top. The original brass sprung lock functions well together with an original key. Very little age damage and altogether a nice piece.
30.5 cm wide 25.5 cm deep and 10.5 cm high. When open 61.5 cm deep.
A small single draw London made telescope
Stock #: 25053
This is a little beauty ! Made early in the 19thC by Troughton and Simms of London with a mahogany barrel ,brass tubes and fittings. Very well constructed with good lenses which despite its size is able to focus on the moon with its craters easily. For a single draw telescope this is small and unusual. It has a viewing lens sliding cover but is missing its objective lens brass cover cap. The makers name is engraved on the focusing barrel with 'No 14'. Troughton engaged Simms in 1826 to become Troughton and Simms late in his career as a well known quality instrument maker. The mahogany display stand is later but presents the telescope well and keeps it safe.
46 cm wide fully open 27.5 cm closed and about 4 cm in diameter.
A Georgian pembroke hall table
Stock #: 21131a
A Geo III mahogany pembroke hall table with long drawer. Swept legs with original brass cap casters supporting a single gun barrel stem. Drop flaps to the top with hinged lopers below. The drawer is oak lined and has original lions mask brass pulls. The opposing end has a faux drawer with matching original pulls. A good colour overall.
84.5 cm wide 50 cm deep closed and with the drop flaps open 106 cm. 71 cm high.
A pair of elm topped stools
Stock #: 6180
A pair of elm topped school stools from the 1920's. Lovely grain to the tops which are supported on sturdy beech frames. Good sound joints ....perfect for a kitchen table or even as bedside stands.
Height 43.5 cm Width of top 30 cm Depth of top 30.5 cm
Width at the base of the legs 35.5 cm Depth at the base of the legs 34.5cm
A wrought iron and wirework plant stand
Stock #: 6177
An early 20thC wrought iron and wirework plant stand (jardinier). Verdigris covered and rusty but fully intact and sturdy. Very attractive design.
Height 53cm Distance between legs at the base 36cm Diameter of the top 31cm
A French sofa for reupholstery
Stock #: 6178
A 19thC Napoleon III French sofa for reupholstery. Circa 1880 with a buttoned calico cover. A good sound frame with turned and ebonized legs.
Width of seat 146 cm Height of seat 36 cm Depth of seat 56 cm Overall width 156cm Overall depth 84 cm
Height of the back from the floor 83 cm
A late Georgian side table
Stock #: 25047
A late Georgian mahogany side table of nice proportions. The top with a boxwood line inlaid margin over a wide single drawer. The pine lined drawer has dovetailed joints and good original brass swan neck handles. Tapered legs capped with 'D. shaped molding which runs along the front and sides of the table base.
71cm wide 44cm deep and 70 cm high.
A rare Georgian toilet mirror
Stock #: 25048
A rare Geo III skeleton frame crested swing toilet mirror. Of mahogany construction with its original brass finials and side winders. The fret cut mahogany crest is of typical Georgian form. The frame uprights are tapered and have simple incised vertical line decoration with sledge feet to support them. The mirror glass was replaced long ago but with glass that is light as a feather as the original would have been. The mirror inner frame is of shaped gilded gesso. Original wood back.
Max 27cm wide Max 43.5 high and Max 15 cm deep.
Exposed mirror measures 19.5 cm wide and 25.5 cm high.
A 19thC Camphor campaign trunk
Stock #: 25044
A 19thC camphor wood campaign trunk. Brass corner cappings and strapping. Blank lid cartouche. Flush military style lift handle to the front and brass lock escutcheon. Brass side lifting handles. Iron lock (no key) Interior candle box and chain lid strap.Brass castors to the underside (one replaced long ago and a near match to the originals).
Mid size ...perfect as a small coffe table in a flat, an end of sofa table or perhaps even bedside.
84 cm wide 41 cm deep and 41.5 cm high.
A desktop bank of six drawers
Stock #: 25042
A 19thC bank of six drawers suitable for a desk top. Well made from mahogany the drawers are niceley dovetailed front and back. Each drawer has a flush military style ring pull to the front (top rhs damaged but still functions as a pull). The piece has been mistreated in the past having open drill holes in some of the drawer fronts...these have been left as part of its history. All the drawers run smoothly and where necessary the runners have been replaced.
71 cm wide 24cm deep and 25.5 cm high
Internally each drawer measures 32cm wide 20 deep and 5.5 cm high.
An apprentice piece chest
Stock #: 25045
A 19thC walnut apprentice piece chest of two over two graduated drawers.Of very nice proportions having molded edge top and matching base. The drawers each with tiny dovetails and brass pulls. Rounded corner uprights possibly of satin walnut.A very pretty piece with a solid paneled back.
27 cm wide by 14 deep and 22 cm high.
A Geographia 10'' terrestrial world globe
Stock #: 25039
A Geographia 10'' world globe from the 1930's. (Shows Persia became Iran 1935...Does not show Israel 1940...Shows Peiping which became Peking in 1928 and Thailand which changed from Siam in 1939). The surface is aged and faded in places including around the Uk. It has not been cleaned or touched so there are age related losses but the globe itself is not dented . It rotates well and has its correct fittings with a brass meridian. The cast iron base has foliate decoration and stylized lions paw feet. It stands well and is a good decorative piece.
Height max 46 cm diameter 25.5 cm and max 28 cm
An19thC work table
Stock #: 25041
A 19thC (Circa 1830) mahogany work table with two drawers to one end and two dummy drawers to the other. Turned tall legs with ring decoration and tiny original brass casters.Twin flaps with reeded edges supported by lopers below. Brass pulls to the oak lined drawers (two pulls are replacements). Brass locks and escutcheons. The rule joints to the flaps are good. All evidence of old woodworm has been treated as a precaution).
A well proportioned little table useful as a lamp table or stands on its own well.
36.5 cm wide (75 cm when open) 51 cm deep and 70 cm high.
A Geo III oak and elm tripod table
Stock #: 25040
A Georgiam country made oak and elm tilt top tripod table. Simplistic design with a fine turned column in elm supported by nicely shaped elm legs. Correct iron support below. The plank top is of faded oak of a good grain which undulates to echo its country look. There is one old very small repair to the top (hardly noticeable). Original brass catch to the tilt top mechanism.
83 cm in diameter and 71 cm high.
Perfect in a hall or as a lamp table in a bay window
A 1920's Bacons world globe
Stock #: 25030
A Bacons Excelsior word globe. 12 inches in diameter constructed of heavy plaster with a brass meridian mounted on a turned beech pedestal and base. The globe has its correct brass fittings top and bottom and wooden washers to allow it to turn correctly. This was probably a school globe which was in the past damaged possibly by being knocked over. Obviously it was repaired but this has left surface cracks and indentations all of which are stable. There has beeen recolouring and place name labels attached. Both poles have been repaired adequately. Much of the globe is good...Europe...Russia, North America Australia are all fine but there is damage to the central belts of South America Africa and the Indonesian Islands. It is however a good decorative piece and can be used educationally but as a scientific instrument it is not perfect. MORE PHOTOS ON REQUEST.
Globe Diameter 31 cm Height 57cm and the base is 21 cm in diameter
A collection of walking canes
Stock #: 25038
A collection of 10 walking canes together with an Edwardian cast iron and solid brass stand. Seven canes have silver pommels and malacca shafts one has an ebony shaft another a gold plated pommel and briar shaft the last has a birds head carved horn grip. All have good ferrules. Several are hallmarked. The longest measures 96 cms and is a military marching cane engraved 'The kings own' The shortest measures 80 cm long.
Ideal in a country house hall, a hotel or a film set.
A rustic French side table
Stock #: 25037
A 19thC French oak and cherry wood side or lamp table. Typical french construction made with whatever came to hand. Oak plank top with tapered oak front legs. Shaped cherry friezes all round and two cherry back legs. Oak drawer with divided interior for cutlery. An original and attractive country made piece. Ideal as a hall table.
98 cm wide 64.5 cm deep and 67 cm high.
A good 19thC music stand
Stock #: 25035
A good 19thC brass and mahogany music stand with a heavy cast iron base. No makers marks but very well made with cast brass fittings. Stylized cast iron lions paw feet to the solid stable base with a brass vertical pole supporting an adjustable arm and music rest. The music rest is of polished mahogany with its original brass page holders. The rest can be set either right or left handed and obviously vertically. Smoothly operating adjustments and nicely finished brass work with knurled brass caps.
The pole 119 cm high but with rest at its max 132 cm (to the top of the rest)
Spread of feet 43 cm
The mahogany rest is 35 cm by 28.5 high.
A superb French farmhouse table
Stock #: 25028
An 18thC oak and elm French farmhouse table having wonderful rich patina to the four plank top. Seats six persons very comfortably. The substantial oak base solidly constructed with high stretchers and peg and tenon joints. The table has some old repairs and evidence of woodworm to the top which is to be expected in a table of this age. (all treated as a precaution). The heavy drawer still has its original large iron ring pull. The colour of this table is fabulous and its size is perfect for a large home either in the kitchen or dining area. (We have six French oak chairs which would suit this table well please enquire). Note the long overhang at each end allowing chairs to locate correctly. This table would equally work well as a hall table in a large property.
179 long 83 cm wide and 74.5 cm high with 58 cm leg room.
A pair of similar 19thC kitchen stools
Stock #: 25033/2
A pair of similar late 19thC elm and ash kitchen stools. This design is sometimes known as the 'BOSTON' stool. Round seats with turned legs and cross stretchers. Both stools are firm in construction with good strong joints. Both of a similar colour and patina. Excellent kitchen table height or could be used as besdside stools or possibly lamp tables.
Stool heights are 50.5cm and 51 cm
Seat diameters 28.5cm and 30cm
A tall shop fitting mirror
Stock #: 25027
A tall Victorian shop fitting mirror. A mahogany ebonized thin margin frame with its original boarded back. Two iron wall fixing lugs to the top. Some blemishes and spots top the original glass but only sufficient to show the age of the piece. Perfect for a large bedroom , shop or show room.
183 cm high 91 cm wide and 3 cm deep.
A military campaign writing slope
Stock #: 25020
A Georgiam military campaign writing slope. Made from good mahogany with shaped corner cappings and brass strapping. Military flush side lifting handles and pin lockable side drawer. The interior houses a detachable reading rest which can be secured to the exterior slope angled by a brass ratchet. Rebaized writing surface one lockable with a key and the other with a brass catch. Sliver plated inks (one for blotting sand) and a shaped pen tray.Brass lock (one tooth missing) with a KEY.
45.5 cm wide 26.5 deep and 16 cm high
A Georgian dish top wine table
Stock #: 25021
A Geo III mahogany dish top tripod table. Tilt top mechanism with a brass catch. A slender turned column and tripod base. Well grained mahogany of a nice faded colour. The top with some very old small rim repairs and a small blemish to the flat surface but generally in excellent condition. Stands very elegantly either with the top up or horizontal.
Diameter 45 cm and height at hotizontal 73 cm
A pair of Colonial hall benches
Stock #: 25022
A pair of 19thC Colonial hall benches. Constructed from faded teak timber with evidence of old iron braces. Very solid ideal for a large hall or perhaps even alongside a kitchen table. Shaped sledge feet on slab sides with peg joints. Old iron screws.
Each 175 cm long. Back rail 66 cm high. Height of seat 39 cm and overall bench depth about 34 cm.
A powerful military telescope
Stock #: 25017
A powerful military campaign telescope by the remowned maker J H Steward of London. Dating to about 1880 this quality instrument is complete with all its acessories and comes with its own original mahogany case. Good optics and excellent magnification the thfree draw body is sliver or nickel plated with the makers name inscribed on the first drawer. Some minor indentations on the first drawer from use in the field together with some age oxidation . the object lens has outer edge discolouration in a small area which has no affect on the viewing ability. The tripod stem unscrews to revel a corkscrew mechanism for attaching the instrument to a wooden structure when in the field. there is also a plate accessory for more permenant mounting on a wooden base. Pull out lens shade. Additional lens for viewing the sun (not recommended for use)
Fully extended 82 cm Full compacted 26 cm Height to horizontal on stand 46 cm diameter 6.6 cm object lens about 5.8 cm
A good optical instrument that is superb to look at as well
A Continental painted kitchen table
Stock #: 6170
A late 19thC Continental extending farmhouse kitchen table 252 cm long. Solid pine construction with original worn back ochre paint.
Extending draw leaf mechanism (2 leaves). Sound joints and in good condition ready for use.Conveniently reduces down in size to 136cm wide.
Length extended 252 cm Width 65 cm Height 80 cm Knee height 80cm
A Carrara marble bust
Stock #: 25010
A Carrara marble bust beautifully sculpted and retaining a wonderful serene look. From the 19th Century or possibly much earlier the figure is well weathered, pitted and with some minor damage to the nose. The proportions are near perfect. It is mounted on an iron and cast iron museum presentation style stand. It is extremely heavy for its size.
42cm high 18cm wide and 21 cm deep. The stand spread at the base is about 18.5 cm
A Philips 12" terrestrial globe
Stock #: 25005
A Philips 12" terrestrial world globe with brass meridian and turned ebonized base. Decorative condition with some good colour the globe intact but some surface damage to the detail particularly North America and part of China A little lifiting of the gores in some areas but nothing too drastic. Any evidence of old woodworm in the base has been fully treated. Stands well and rotates freely. Circa 1930 (Shows Siam.later Thailand in 1939)
44.5 cm high overall maz 32 wide and 30.5 deep The base is 22 cm in diameter.
A late 18thC oil portrait
Stock #: 25008
A very decorative late 18thC oil on canvas portrait of a country Gentleman. Naive in look but well executed. Some old scratches and surface damage but overall good condition. The canvas is not on a stretcher but is probably card backed and then covered over with green linen secured by old pins.We have left this intact and not examined the back as the portrait sits well in its frame and the pins are discoloured and old but not as old as the painting so probably it has been reframed at sometime in the past. A great look.Unsigned and undated (perhaps on the back ?)
47 cm wide by 57.5 overall and the exposed canvas 36.5 by 46.5 cm high.
An Anglo Indian campaign writing box
Stock #: 25003
A 19thC Anglo Indian campaign writing box with very well hidden secret drawers. Probably made of camphor wood it has pierced brass corner caps and brass strapping all intact. Ornate pierced central cartouche side cartouches and brass escutcheon. Working lock and key (VR stamped lock). The lid lifts on butt hinges to reveal a fitted interior with pen wells a brass lided ink, a wax compartment and letter storage. There are further storage areas with silver lift pulls recvealing compartments. The larger compartment conceals two drawers accessed via a sprung mechanism to the lower side which is impossible to see unless you are aware of it. Original brass hinges. A good colour overall.
45 cm wide 27 deep and 15.5 cm high when closed. When open the depth increases to 49cm.
A late 18thC French walnut chest
Stock #: 24072
A lovely French walnut veneer country made three drawer chest. Quarter veneered drawer fronts.Superb colour with very attractive dolphin brass pulls to the drawers. Typical light French country construction with panelled sides, peg feet and boarded back. Rough joints with a thin over hanging top. Some old repairs and cracks but fully functioning and useable as is. A sweet example of French country furniture and a rare survivor. (One replaced drawer pull and one replaced escutcheon....close matches)
89 cm wide 45 cm deep and 79 cm high.
A 19thC French upholstered stool
Stock #: 6167
A 19thC French upholstered stool covered in neutral fawn coloured linen. A good sound frame turned beech legs and original castors.
Width 68 cm
Length 68 cm
Depth 15 cm
Height 57 cm
A rare Georgian NINE sided telescope.
Stock #: 24077
A very rare nine sided marine telescope made by Isaac Bradford London.Reverse taper form. Isaac Bradford worked from Bell Dock and later with his Son from 136 Minories London. The silver plated (on copper) fittings sets this telescope apart and it was probably made for a person of some standing. The lenses appear fine and it has good magnification. The mahogany barrel being NiNE sided is unusual as most if you can find one are either eight or 10 sided. The barrel has some minor age cracking but these are of little consequence. original silver plated objective lens cap and working eyepiece shutter. A real collectors or museum piece.
84.5 cm long and 66.5 cm closed. Objective lens approx 1.5'' and overall diameter 4.5x4.5 cm
An antique prayer rug
Stock #: 24076
An antique Caucasian prayer rug. Perfect for a country house hall or landing. Worn but with good colours and hand woven patterns. Some old repairs and minute holes which cannot be seen when the rug is laid down. Old dealers number on underside.
143 cm long and 100 cm max wide
A Victorian tall kitchen stool
Stock #: 24079
A Victorian tall stool ideal for a kitchen. Elm seat with beech legs and turned stretchers. Very solid and well made with pegged joints. The seat has a couple of timber slivers missing but this only serves to show its assage throught time.
31 cm max diameter and 62.5 cm tall (spread of feet 38 cm)
A 19thC oil of a Gentleman
Stock #: 24075
A 19thC oil on canvas portrait of a distinguished gentleman. Unframed and with repairs, patches and overpainted scratches nevertheless a good decorative painting. Ther face is well executed and expressive.
64 cm wide 74.5 cm high.
A 19thC gilded hall mirror
Stock #: 24070
An early 19thC gilded circular hall mirror. Original bevel edged flat glass plate. The whole in untouched by nothing but time.Original gilt frame with outer bead decoration all intact. Gadroon molded produding outer surface again intact with the gilding naturally worn back in places. Excellent mirror plate with complete surround molding. The ball decoration has deteriorated over time with some gesso and gilt losses which is a natural occurence with these mirrors. The whole mirror is untouched and unrestored as it has so much charm as it is.Original wood back and wall hanging wire.
46 cm diameter and about 6 cm deep
A steamer trunk coffee table
Stock #: 24056
A Victorian steamer trunk perfect size as a coffee table or childs toy trunk.
90 cm wide 61 deep and 50 cm high.
Well made for a trip to India the trunk has a wood carcass and is canvas covered with substantial iron banding and has brass capped corners. large studs to the top and fromt. Iron lock (no key). Original lined interior. Heavy iron side carrying handles. Initials K W top and sides. The lid inscribed 'Mrs Kilby'. Old shipping labels Southampton to Calcutta.
An antique Caucasian prayer rug
Stock #: 6159
An antique Caucasian prayer rug 192 cm by 130 cm. Particularly nice colours and pattern. Perfect for a country house. The ends of the rug are 'nibbled' but apart from that it is in good used condition for its age (Circa 1900).
Size 192 x 130 cm
An 18thC oak and elm tilt top table
Stock #: 24041
An 18thC small diameter tilt top tripod table. This has a great patina and colour and epitomizes the description 'country made'. The elm colum has warped making the table in some positions look like the leaning tower of Piza ! It can be positioned to look almost correct with a level top as per the photograph. It is stable. The tilt mechanism works perfectly and the iron catch is original. It needs to be in a heavily beamed ancient property where it will come to life.
Diameter 48cm Height with the top level 67 cm.
A watchmakers tall bank of drawers
Stock #: 24029
A tall flight of nine drawers. Made by of for a watchmaker to store parts in during the Victorian era. Constructed of pine with seven brass and two iron drawer pulls.
33.5 cm wide 24 cm deep and 79 cm high
A good French travelling trunk
Stock #: 24028
A good french travelling trunk in the LV style. Black canvas with beech battons and pinned leather edging and corner protection. Brass spiung locks with working key. Central lid clasp. Leather side carrying handles. Brass cappings and stud decoration. Owners card cartouche to the lid and prior owners name. Good allround with its original lining and inner tray.
72 cm wide 46 deepa dn 35 cm high.
An antique French jewel box
Stock #: 24031
An antique French jewel box. A shadow of its former self which must have been magnificent. It is never the less a still a very attractive box with almost all its stud decoration intact. Traces of fine needlework and the use of gold/silver thread. Clean interior with working lock and key. The box carries fleur de lis motifs on the top sides (in brass) and to the interior. The fleur de lis was a motif of French royalty. Extremely decorative and still functional. Initials C P to the interior.
33 cm wide 23 cm deep and 21 cm max high.
A pair of large cast iron urns
Stock #: 24025
A pair of cast iron urns in the classical style. Probably turn of the century but possibly earlier. Sadly lacking their ornate handles and some applied swags but never the less decorative and practical for the garden. No cracks to the cast iron but rusted interiors in line with their age.
44 cm diameter at the top and 61 cm tall.
A near pair of 19thC upholstered armchairs
Stock #: 24020
A near pair of 19thC upholstered armchairs. A very close match one being very slightly larger than the other and marginally different carving to the scoll decoration at the arm termination. The silkette fabric is over sixty years old and is in good condition. The chairs coluld be of Irish origin given their unique shape which is very elegant and imposing. The cabriole mahogany legs are similar as are the exposed wood serpentine seat fronts. The rear legs are the same but the castors are brass on porcelain in each case. The chairs were undoubtedly made by the same maker. They are sturdy and both are in fine condition.
Both are 90 cm high.
Overall widths are 69 and 73
Both approx 79 in overall depth
Seat widths between the arms are 55 and 58 cm
A French oil on canvas study of a female
Stock #: 24011
An unframed oil on canvas by A. Larrazet dated 28 (1928 ?). Painted by a good hand catching the features well and creating a sympathetic yet decorative picture. The fabric draped over the chair is almost impressionist in style. Some repairs to the rear of the canvas but overall in good condition.
73 cm high by 60 wide.
A Regency penwork box
Stock #: 24008
A Regency period penwork box with profuse floral brass feet. Decorated with flower and vine with penwork on all sides which is worn through age and use but overall the whole is extremely attactive. Original feet and fruit and shell brass side rings.Ebony lock escutcheon with original brass lock WITH KEY. Silvered hinges. The interior now void was probably fitted as a workbox or for playing cards now lends itself for use as a jewellery box.
29.2 cm wide overall
21.5 cm deep
Stands 12 cm high
A French marble topped occasional table
Stock #: 23084
A French marble topped occasional table with a telescopic action. The marble topp is surrounded by a decorative brass gallery . It may be adjusted from below and lifted to a greater height if desired (for display of a bust, vase, or perhaps a plant). The telescopic action is locked by a brass collar and screw which is atop the fluted rosewood column. The column itself is mounted on a quatrafoil base which has brass feet. The whole is extremely smart well proportioned and stable. There are some old repairs to the veneer on the base.
The table stands 72 cm high which can extend to 97 cm approx.
The top is 38 cm in diameter.
A Victorian campaign folding music reading stand
Stock #: 23081
A Victorian campaign folding music reading stand. Carefully made from a fruitwood to function well for its purpose and then to fold down to a pocket size unit. When folded down it clips together and retains in that form precisely. There are some old repairs to the central hinge but this does not impair its function at all.
Folded out it measures 47,5 cm wide 24 cm high and about 15 cm deep with the support out.
It folds down to a unit 23,5 long by 4 by 3,5 cm
A Northern Indian 19thC marriage box
Stock #: 23080
A 19thC Northern Indian marriage box Made from camphor wood and over painted with figures in the Mughal style.. Delightfully decorative mythical figures and primitive floral patterns. Typical Geo III swan neck handle to the lid. Void interior which was previously fitted. Possibly a dowry box.
34 cm wide 17.5 deep and 10 cm high.
A Georgian painted elm trunk
Stock #: 23077
A late Georgian painted elm trunk in untouched condition. The paint has deteriorated in places to reveal the grain of the elm timber. Original iron lock and brass escutcheon. Orginal iron side carrying handles. All original edge mouldings are present. Good useable condition..............ideal size for a coffee table.
96 cm wide 46 cm deep and 39.5 cm high
A French travelling trunk
Stock #: 23068
An LV style French travelling trunk from the mid to alte 19thC. Canvas and stud decorated with beech batons on front top and back. Quality brass lock with working key (double lock). Fine brass clasps. Side lifting handles one of which has been replaced. Brass quadrant lid stay to the interior. Original lining to the inside. Unusual high quality brass roller castors to the underside. Old red wax seals around the lock. Owners leather card retainer to the lid. Scuffs and imperfections from usage but generally good.
76 cm wide 40 cm deep and 44 cm high.
A Geo III elm Chippendale open arm chair
Stock #: 23054
A George III period open arm chair. Country made in elm which has taken on a very nice patina and colour. Wide cresting rail and a pierced back splat . Drop in seat which has been recovered in damask. Strong and suitable as a good office or desk chair.
A good survivor from the 18th century.
59 cm wide
100 cm high
55 cm deep
Height of seat 45 cm
Width of the seat at the front 58 cm
A French six drawer machinists chest
Stock #: 23050
A French six drawer machinists chest. Original painted pine with panelled sides and back. Good industrial look and a practical piece. Long drawers with iron cup handles. With a finished back the chest can stand away from a wall if desired (shop use ?)
Width 82 cm
Height 77 cm
Depth 50 cm
A 19thC French or Italian pier mirror
Stock #: 22112
A 19thC French or Italian pier mirror. Lovely distressed original mirror plate giving a grey reflection. Blue painted wooden boarder having a gilded grest surmount. original wood back.
Height 105 cm
Width 42.5 cm
Mirror plate 75 cm high by 29 cm wide.
A pair of 19thC iron gates
Stock #: 16146
A pair of iron gates from the 19th century. Blacksmith made,sturdy and functional. Flaked paint and rusty finish as we like to find them. Good hinge sockets latch and ground bolt.
2.4 m wide exactly between hinge socket centres.
1.12 m high approx.
height between hinges vertically 78 cm
A large religious old master painting oil on canvas
Stock #: 23028
A damaged and distressed oil on canvas later laid on board. Despite this this is a very decorative and interesting painting in a good frame. It is after John Singleton Copley and anglo american artist who painted this subject in 1780. Perfect for a large property as a decorative hanging. There are slits and surface damage with some overpainting nevertheless this painting still remains full of character.
107 wide by 87 high and 5 cm deep.
A pair of Victorian garden urns
Stock #: 23021
A pair of large garden urns on plinths suitable for a fine terrace. These are hand cast in either coade stone or buff terracotta. They have many layers of old paint which is weathered faded cracked and chipped. Paint colour is faded French grey. They are in three sections being rectangular base,socle and urn. The finger impressions of the worker who cast them can be seen inside the holloe bases. One urn has had restoration to the bowl which is strong and of no consequence unless you are looking for perfection. Chips cracks and repairs reflecting their age. Lions mask decoration on all sides to the bases.
Urns 48 cm in diameter
Overall height 93 cm
Bases 37.5 cm square Price includes UK mainland delivery
A late 19thC lead fountain
Stock #: 22121
A late 19thC lead fountain in the form of a cherub (putto) standing on a rock holding a candle. This piece should be placed on a suitable pedestal on a shallow pool. Good expressive face with some flattening of the limbs but generally in good condition.
37 cm high the base 11 cm by 13 cm.
A cast metal and iron garden table
Stock #: 22117
A 1930's cast metal and iron stemmed garden table. Extremely decorative and a lovely shape.Prevoiusly painted and now well weathered. Equally suitable inside or out.
57 cm in diameter
68 cm high
Three apothecarys bottles
Stock #: 22070
Three French or Italian glass apothecarys bottles. each with their tin top covers which are painted red with some gilding. The tops would have been used to dispense the liquids contained therein. 2 bottles have no stoppers and one has a lovely heart shaped example. Hand written scripted labels.
Very decorative talking pieces
Each 18 cm high and 6.5 cm in diameter.
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.
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