Royal Worcester cabinet plate (common carp)

An attractive Royal worcester cabinet plate depicting fish (Common Carp). The cental scene being a transfer outline, with the detail handpainted in. The plate is surrounded by a swags and bows border,(transfer print), and the outewr rim a handpainted royal blue and gold. Backstamp in purple, 'Royal Worcester vitreous', England, with the date dots for 1900. Overall good contition.


Oak longcase clock

An oak and mahogany longcase clock with a shell inlay on the door. It has a 14inch arched painted dial, which has been re-painted, showing a hunting scene. To the top of the hood there is a brass eagle finial. The movement is by William Jones of Aberystwyth. It has an 8 day weight driven movement.


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 fronts 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 depair to a drawer base. (Circa 1830)


Georgian Tortoise shell tea caddy

A fine Blonde Tortoiseshell tea caddy dating from the early part of the 19th century. Each panel of tortoiseshell is separated by metal stringing, and there is also a vacant cartouche to the lid. The velvet lined, hinged lid opens to reveal two lidded tea compartments, each lid with ivory knob. Any restoration has been completed by ourselves and the caddy is presented in excellent condition with working lock and key.