Oak longcase clock

A longcase clock by Crane of Bromsgrove. The case is oak with mahogany banding. The dial is a 14inch painted arched dial. The movement is 8 day, weight driven. It is in good working order.

£1,375.00

Victorian Mahogany dining table

A good quality Late Victorian mahogany dining table. This table is presented in excellent restored condition but retains some character marks to the tabletop.This table will seat 8-10 people. Measurements: Length extended 95" (2414mm) Length close 51,3/4" (1315mm) width 47,1/4" (1200mm) Height 28,1/2" (724mm)

£1,995.00

Georgian Oak Tripod Table

Georgian oak tripod table in good condition with pleasant colour and finish dating from circa 1780.There is a very slight warping to the tabletop but not enough to detract from this characterful table. Measurements: Diameter 80cm Height 68cm

£225.00

Georgian mahogany pembroke table

A Georgian mahogany pembroke table with a pair of drop leaves with flap supports. The table has a pair of drawers to one end, with turned mahogany knobs and brass escucheons. The reverse side has a dummy drawer front. The table has turned tapering legs ending with original brass casters. The table has some historic woodworm under the flap supports, and a small repair to a drawer base. (Circa 1830)

£960.00

Victorian mahogany glazed bookcase

A floor standing glazed mahogany glazed bookcase, of good colour, dating to late Victorian times, C1890. The bookcase stands on a plinth and has three shelves, the doors to which are lockable (key present),and also an unusual hinged lockable top section, in which documents could be stored. The bookcase has its original brass locks and escutcheon.

£795.00

Pair of 19th century portraits

An impressive pair of portraits of a husband and wife. These portraits date to circa 1830. Instant ancestors. They are sold as seen requiring some work to frames. This can be completed in our workshops at an extra charge if required.


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18th Century Japanese Imari Trumpet vase

A fine 18th century Imari trumpet vase is richly hand painted with the traditional imari ho ho bird, and floral and foliate designs. These motifs are handpainted in the traditional Japanese imari cobalt blue, iron red and gold, and also a more unusual green. This vase is unmarked on the base. The vase is in good condition. Minor points to mention are that the gilding to the rim is worn, and there is a blob of blue under the glaze on the inside of the flare of the trumpet, occuring during the production of the vase. See photo.

£995.00

Large portrait of Viscount Cross

A large and impressive portrait of Viscount Cross. Oil on canvas in original frame. Richard Assheton, was first viscount Cross (1823-1914) He was responsible for the first urban renewal authorization in Great Britain, the Artizan's and Labourer's Dwellings Improvement Act 1875 (known as the first Cross Act) A lawyer and banker, Cross was a Conservative member of the House of Commons from 1857 to 1862 and from 1868 until 1886. The Cross Act of 1875 empowered municipalities to buy and demolish slums and to build housing for rental. Also in 1875 Cross carried through Parliament the 'Factory Act', regulating the employment of women and children in textile mills.

£1,250.00

Large gilt frame Adams style wall mirror

A very large gilt frame mirror in the Adams style. This mirror dates to around 1900. It boasts its original bevelled plate, which does have some foxing if caught from a certain angle. This impressive mirror has been re-gilded.It would need a large room to display it in.

£2,200.00

Cheval mirror

A large freestanding (cheval) mirror. It dates to around 1810 and has its original plate glass mirror, and original brassware. It is mahogany, and stands on claw feet. It is extremely decorative. The stand is also on castors so it can be moved easily.

£1,100.00

Superb 19th century Adams style overmantel

A wonderful example of an Adams style overmantel mirror dating from the mid 19th century. The frame finished in gold leaf of which most is original. The bevelled glass is original and in excellent condition for its age.

£3,400.00

Oil on canvas Hector Chalmers C1880

An oil on canvas in a gilt frame, by the well catalogued Scottish artist Hector Chalmers, 1849 - 1943. He was a prolific artist of attractive scenes, and exhibited 176 works at the Royal Scottish Academy.

£1,495.00

19th Century Mahogany Sideboard

A 19th century mahogany sideboard. The condition is generally good: the finish is original, with knocks and marks you would expect due to age. The curtain on the back rail is a replacement.

£975.00

16th Century Six Plank Chest

A wonderful rare mid 16th century six plank chest. This chest is completely original. The hinges, lock and keep are all original. The lock retains its internal workings but unfortunately there is no key - well you can't have everything!

£2,200.00

Oak buffet

An early 20th century golden oak buffet made by 'Maples & Co.' They were the largest producer and retailer of furniture in the world in the late Victorian era, and the company continued until the 1980s. This is a lovely quality item for use in a dining room.

£395.00

Portrait of Viscount Cross

An impressive portrait the 2nd Viscount Cross by A de Brie who painted a number of import politicians of the time. Set in its original frame which is equally impressive. The painting itself is oil on canvas and is protected by the original glass.

£2,250.00

19th Century Mahogany Cheval Mirror

This quality 19th century mahogany cheval mirror is in good original condition. The original plate glass has some foxing at the bottom. The top rail is carved with the Prince of Wales feathers.

£695.00