George IV Rosewood breakfast table

A Superb, finely figured George IV dining table in Rosewood. The circular top is supported by a centre pedestal and 3 well carved Rosewood scroll feet with hidden brass castors. This fine table is in excellent condition with a good colour to the top and base, and will make a great centre or dining table. If required the top can tilt, by means of an unusual brass catch, and the table can be put to one side. circa 1820..


Small Oak Drop-leaf Table

Early 20th century small oak drop-leaf table in 17th century style. This little table has enough character marks and a finish to have been around a lot longer. Measurements: Height 18,1/4" (465mm) Width 19,3/8" (490mm) Depth open 20,1/2"(520mm)


Victorian mahogany wind out dining table, C1840

A good mahogany wind out dining table dating to around 1840. This table has one leaf, and will seat 8 when extended. The table has nicely carved legs on brass castors. The dining table has been traditionally re-finished i our workshop.

Six Rosewood Dining Chairs

A fine set of six , early Victorian rosewood dining chairs. All the joints are sound. The colour and patina is excellent. The upholstery is sound and in good condition but has not been recently upholstered. Measurements Height 33,1/2" (850mm) Width 19" (482mm) Depth 21" (533mm) Seat Height 19" (482mm)

Heavy cut glass vase, fine quality

This trumpet shape vase is a real beauty. It is nice and weighty, but also looks elegant. It has a cut design of pear and leaves on one side and an apple and leaves on the other. There is no makers mark, but its still lovely.

Nickel Plated club fender

Unusual Nickel plated club fender dating from 1901. The seats have been re-upholstered in leather and under the original upholstery was the date 1901.The nickel plating is in good order throughout. Measurements: Length 134.5 cm Depth 50.8cm Height 46.5 cm

Silver Enamel Vesta Case by Sampson Mordan & Co Ltd. 1905

We are delighted to be able to offer for sale this exquisite Vesta case by the renowned Silversmiths Sampson Mordan & Co Ltd. It is exceptional in both quality and condition. Dating from 1905 and bearing a Chester hallmark, the polychrome Enamel Scene depicts a group of hounds in a yard and the detail is wonderful as well as being in excellent original condition. There are, as you would expect a few small surface scratches visible with a glass, and the slightest of dents in the back. The hinge has no noticeable wear, the spring is strong and closes positively. This is the finest example of a Sampson Mordan Vesta that we have had the pleasure to own.

Waring and Gillow Ladies and Gents Mahogany Wardrobe

This pair of mahogany wardrobes were original retailed by Waring and Gillow in 1920. They retain their original finish and interior fittings.They have a few minor knocks and marks mainly to the sides, but are generally in good condition for their age.