Mahogany breakfront triple wardrobe

A mahogany triple wardrobe dating to around 1850. Constructed from fine quality mahogany, it has a cornice breakfront top above a full length central mirrored door. (Original plate, with some marks to it),flanked on either side by a panelled mahogany door. Internally each door, which has its original handles, contains a newly lined hanging space, with brass clothes rail, and drawer underneath. In very good condition with a lovely deep colour and patination, and all the character of the Victorian period. This wardrobe was made by Taylor Bros, Sheffield Moor. The breakfront stands on a deep plinth base and separates into 5 pieces for easy removal

Georgian Oak North Wales Dresser

A very fine example of a North Wales Dresser. Dating from about 1780, it retains its original finish and also has all of its original handles.The locks are also original and in working order. The left hand cupboard is locked by means of a wooden bolt that is operated from the right hand cupboard.

Victorian Watercolours by R Hayes

Two well painted Victorian watercolours the first is entitled Dittisham on the Dart and the other Near Chelmsford. They were cleaned and reframed a number of years ago and remain in good condition. Measurements Frame size 74cm x 52.5cm Sight edge 44.5cm x 24.5cm


Pair Georgian mahogany dining chairs, C1800

I love these: Circa 1800, a pair of George III mahogany dining chairs of mellow colour with curved top rail, upright carved slats, drop in seats surrounded by quarter bead carved detail, and H stretchers. In good undamaged condition.


Edwardian inlaid Bijouterie

Mahogany Bijouterie presented in excellent restored condition. It retains it original float glass and working lock. This has been restored in our own workshop using traditional hand finishing techniques. Measurements Height 750mm Width 630mm Depth 450mm Internal Depth of display area 150mm.


Watercolour of The Matterhorn

An original watercolour of the Matterhorn by the Austrian artist Eduardo Von Handel Mazzetti. Signed and dates 1931.Presented in its original double sided frame.

19th Century door porter by Tonks

A lovely quality door porter by William Tonks and Son ( active 1851-1891 ). The brass bell shaped base is fitted with a cast iron weight and has the initials W T & S. Measurements: Height 25cm Width 13cm Depth 6.3cm

Six French porcelain flo blue coffee cans and saucers

An attractive set of six matching porcelain coffee cans and saucers, dating to the early part of the 20th century. They have all their gilding intact, which complements the deep blue colour well. There is no makers mark (possibly a Limoges factory), but they bear a retailers mark on the reverse, for a shop in Paris. One cup bears quite a bad crack, but the other five are in good order. Still look nice in a display.

Georgian North Wales Oak & mahogany dresser

A very attractive Welsh oak breakfront dresser dating to around 1830. The dresser boasts its original rosewood handles, column capitals and inlays. The drawer fronts are mahogany, as are the door panels. The three shelf rack sits on a bank of four drawers, flanked on either side by a further drawer above a cupboard. The cupboards have their key. Dimensions 209cm H x 160cm W x 53.5cm D