A lovely Victorian figured mahogany veneer wheel barometer or banjo barometer, having swan neck broken pediment above a circular hydrometer in a convex glazed panel, this above a spirit thermometer, behind a domed glass cover, above the original silvered dial barometer which is glazed and brass mounted. At the bottom there is a 'warranted' level. In good original condition, although the barometer tube has been replaced to ensure it is in good working order. c1840
A solid 1880s golden oak dining table and eight chairs.The table was re-polished 20-30 years ago and is an even colour throughout. There are some character marks that don't detract from its beauty. The chairs are in good condition and upholstered in a quality hide: again there is the odd mark, but nothing to detract.
A lovely colourful Chinese cloisonne vase dating to around 1940. The body is made from brass with a covering of an attractive medium blue enamel against which the flowering Prunus or cherry blossom stands out well.The enamel colours used in the design are blue, white, pink, green, black, mustard, and rust. The mouth lip and the base foot ring are unglazed. The base bears the word 'China' stamped into it. CONDITION. The vase has one small wear spot to the blue near a Prunus flowers.(see arrow on photo) There are a couple more tiny spots that aren't big enough to be noticed.There are a couple of minor marks to the brass rim of the vase, all commensurate with its age. There are no dents or breaks. Overall an attractive vase.
A lovely rosewood library chair dating from around 1830. With its twisted rosewood dowel design supporting the back rail and its small proportions, this is a rare antique chair. The quality of the construction is excellent. We have upholstered it with horse-hair seat pad with leather cover.
A Victorian Rosewood Shaped Centre Table. The table dates to the mid 19th century. It has a shapely top and beautifully carved (acanthus leaf) legs and turned stretcher. It stands on ceramic castors for ease of movement. A fine example, and a very handsome addition to your home. The table has its original patina and has been cleaned in our workshop.
Antique Jewelry Casket made by Erhard & Sohne Germany. Art Nouveau Ornate Cherub Scroll Work Bronze Dresser Box. Art Nouveau Era Bronze jewelry casket featuring cast brass, silvered ornate high relief cherubs, the edges of the box being gilded, this gilding somewhat worn. The interior of the box is wood lined. The box comes with a fitting key, although not its original one. Bottom of box stamped with the lion atop a plinth, mark for Erhard & Sohne.
An attractive Victorian heavily cut glass claret jug, dating to around 1870. The jug has a star cut base, and foliate decoration to its sides. The jug and stopper are in fine condition, other than a small amount of bloom to the very base of the interior of the jug which does not detract from the overall look of the jug.
A nice George III bright cut solid sterling silver shell bowl caddy spoon hallmarked for London 1795 by John Blake It measures 7.5 cm long, 3.4 cm across the bowl and weighs 7.5 g In overall good condition, but does have a split to the reverse. It looks as though this happened in the making of the spoon, and does not show at the front.