1920's Oak Bookshelves

These 1920s solid oak bookshelves are unrestored in excellent original condition. The dimensions of the shelves are as follows. Top: height 21.5 cm, depth 24cm. Middle: height 28 cm, depth 24cm. Bottom: Height 30 cm, depth 25cm. Our price includes delivery to most UK mainland postcodes


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Mahogany plum pudding breakfast table, C1830

A lovely rich colour mahogany plum pudding small tilt top breakfast table or centre table. This table dates form the 1830s On a triform column base and carved wood lion paw feet. The top edge decorated with rosewood banding and gadrooned edge. The column decorated with gadrooning.


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Victorian Dress Boots

A lovely pair of late Victorian dress boots by Moykopf of London in good condition for their age. Dating from circa 1890. Approximate UK size 6-7


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Meiji Period Bronze Elephant

An exceptional example of a Meiji period Japanese bronze elephant. It is finely cast with an excellent colour and patina. Standing on its original base the elephant is nicely posed. Measurements Height 10,1/2" (270mm) length 12" (305mm) Width 8" (203mm).


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Victorian Chaise Longue

This mid Victorian Walnut Chaise longue frame is excellent condition and ready to be re-upholstered. The carved walnut show wood is complete and has an excellent colour and patina. The beech subframe is strong and worm free. The price includes delivery to most UK mainland postcodes.


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Georgian style Victorian plated teapot

A nice silver plate teapot in the Georgian style, but made during the Victorian era. The teapot is in an oval drum form bearing engraved swags pattern to both sides, and has an ebony handle.


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French Farmhouse Oak Cabinet

A large French farmhouse oak cabinet dating from the turn of 19th and 20th century. The solid oak construction is finished in its natural oak colour, protected with a light wax. It retains its original handles, lock and key. The condition is excellent.


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Gothic revival Fireside Chair

A lovely quality red walnut fireside chair, in the gothic revival style with green man carving on the back rail. Dating from circa 1880. The chair has been newly upholstered from the frame up using traditional methods and the highest quality materials. We have another one with matching fabric - chair slightly different style.


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Edwardian tie pin and dress studs

A gold plated tie pin with three matching dress studs. These items date to around 1910-1920, and have a very pretty marbled turquoise enamel insert in each.


Three George III serving spoons

A handsome and substantial trio of Georgian silver serving spoons. These fine spoons are in fiddle pattern and have a monogram 'L' to each handle. Condition : No dents or splits. Bowl tips are very good, very slight overall wear as you might expect with age . Hallmarks :- Clear and matching, Assayed London 1814. Maker :- W.E, W.F. (William Eley, William Fearn