1950s costume necklace

An attractive costume jewellery neckalce dating to the 1950s. This necklace is a base metal set with aquamarine colour pastes, and a single dropper. In good condition. Nice for the party season.

£10.00

Italian micro mosaic brooch

A pretty little Italian micro mosaic brooch, dating to the mid 20th century. Micro mosaic is when tiny glass tiles are crafted together and placed into cement to produce ‘micro mosaic’ pictures, which are then set into jewellery. Micro mosaic work dates back over 2000 years, although it was probably most popular in the 18th & 19th Centuries during the time of the Grand Tour. Italy is the most famous producer of micro mosaic jewellery. This brooch is in good order and was probably a holiday souvenir brought home in the 1950s, brass backed.

£15.00

Large Copper 19th century Pot

A lovely unusual large 19th century copper cooking pot with heavy iron hooped handle. Presented in good overall for its age but with the obvious numerous small dents you would expect . Measurements: Height 12,5/8" (320mm) Diameter 14,3/8 (360mm)

£195.00

Brass fire irons and dogs

A set of three brass fire irons with firedogs. These irons are in the Victorian style but are probably early to mid 20th century. They still look the part beside any period fireplace. One of the dogs has a dent to the top of the sphere shape. They both have a few minor dents around the bases, and the shovel corners are slightly bent from use.

£65.00

Oak coal box and shovel

An early 20th century oak coal fireside box. This box has a carved panel door with brass knob, brass carry handle, original metal liner - with some holes, the shovel (has small split) fits in a (dented) bracket on the back of the box.

£120.00

Large continental charger, handpainted

A lovely and large continental hard paste porcelain charger, painted with a courting couple, and pink and gilt border. This charger dates to the early 20th century and is entirely handpainted in a romanticised style.

£95.00

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!

£2,295.00

18th Century Oak Dresser Base

An 18th Century country oak dresser base. With a lovely colour and finish this dresser base is full of character the handles are replacements, but are a very close match to the originals and have been aged appropriately. As with all the furniture we sell, this piece has been sympathetically restored by ourselves to the highest possible standards, using our 30 years plus of knowledge and experience.

£1,695.00

Victorian walnut upholstered double stool

A fVictorian walnut upholstered double stool. This beautiful piece dates to around 1880. It has carved walnut feet. The sprung stool has been recently re-upholstered in Linwood fabric (Duck Egg check), which is fire retardant. This stool could stand in the middle of a room, but would also make a lovely window seat.

£1,795.00

Victorian mahogany buffet / dumb waiter

A fine quality Victorian Mahogany 4 tier Buffet or Dumb Waiter dating from circa 1830s. The Buffet has attractive turned and carved front supports. It is in good original condition and colour throughout.

£850.00

Adams style candlesticks

Pair of silver plate Adams style candlesticks dating from the early twentieth century. In good condition but with the odd small blemish consistent with age.

£180.00

Mahogany Library Bookcase/Cabinet

A fine quality mahogany library bookcase in lovely condition. Dating from the William lV period (1830-1837), it retains its original float glass and has an excellent colour and patina. As with all the furniture we sell this piece has been sympathetically restored to the highest possible standards using our 30 years plus of knowledge and experience.

£1,995.00

Boxed set of four silver salts with spoons

A pretty boxed set of four Edwardian silver salts with crimped edges, on four ball feet. Two salts have their original gilt interiors, two do not (probably only two have ever been used). There are four matching silver spoons. The set is hallmarked for Sheffield 1903 and 1904, and has the makers mark for Cooper Brothers and sons. The set comes in its original faux leather covered box which is padded and lined with purple velvet, more purple than the photos show. The only damage is the rubbing of the gilding to the interior of two of the salts, some wear to the outside of the display box, and the elastic which held the spoons in place in the box has perished.

£110.00

Mid Victorian Pollard Oak work table

A pretty work table with hinged circular top opening to reveal a velvet lined interior. The work box has its lock and key. The table is set on a spiral support on a tripod base. This piece is carved out of Pollard Oak, and was made in around 1860.

£875.00