Swedish gilt wood cartel clock

A pretty gilt wood Swedish cartel clock, the water gilded decorative wooden case with floral, bow and ribbon decoration in very good condition. The good reliable German movement strikes the hour and the half hour. The convex cream 6 inch dial is signed for the retailer H. Runsten, Stockholm, with black Arabic numerals and minutes. The pendulum is mirrored from behind. Intricate pierced gilt hands.


Georgian framed engraving of Lord Kenyon

A black and white engraving of Lord Kenyon. It is in a period ribbed ebonised wood frame with gilt slip. The text under the engraving reads: ' Sir Lord Kenyon Bart, Late master of the Roll, now chief justice of the court of King's bench, created Lord Kenyon Baron of Gredington. June 1788. printed by J.Spiel, published May 1789


Georgian framed engraving, Right Hon. Henry Dundas

A framed Georgian engraving of the Right Honourable Henry Dundas. The frame is period to the engraving, in ribbed ebonised wood with a gilt slip. The engraving has suffered some creasing to the lower part, and foxing. The lower part of the engraving reads 'The right Hon. Henry Dundas. One of his Majesty's principle secretaries of state, treasurer of the navy, president of the board of commissioners for India & MP for the City of Edinburgh. Painted by Geo. Rowney Esq, engraved by Ini Young, engraver in mezzotinto to His royal highness the prince of Wales. London June 4th 1798'. slight chips to the frame as expected with a frame of this age.


Oriental Teracotta lamp

This lamp was made in the 1920s using a 19th century oriental teracotta figure which stands on a gilded turned wood plinth at the front of the lamp.


Mirrored pair of large Japanese vases, C1910

A mirrored pair of hand relief decorated Japanese vases dating from the early 20th century. The vases are decorated to the front with a figure (possibly the deity Benzaiten) riding on a Baku, which is a spiritual being that is the eater of bad dreams and bringer of good luck. They are followed by servant bearing a fan, and to the reverse a seated figure, possible the bad dream which is being chased away. The vases have a painted mark to the rim of the base. Presented in very good condition, slight rub to the gilding on the rims. Dimensions: 31.5cm H


Victorian Floor Standing Gong

A mid-Victorian floor standing gong in the gothic style. The frame being constructed of oak, supporting the heavy brass gong. The gong has a hammered effect.

£595.00
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Henry James Loxley watercolour

A good Henry James Lockley watercolour. He was an artist from the West Midlands, Birmingham & Tettenhall addresses. He exhibited 39 works at the RBSA (Royal Birmingham Society of Artists) between 1877 and 1899. There are 2 of his works in Wolverhampton Art Gallery.


Georgian mahogany chest of drawers

A beautifully proportioned Georgian mahogany chest of drawers c.1780. Of lovely quality with box and ebony stringing to the top frieze. Solid mahogany sides, oak lined drawers, mahogany drawer fronts. Excellent colour and condition with later handles. Cleaned and polished in our workshop.

£1,100.00

Victorian mahogany wind out dining table

A mahogany dining table dating to around 1880. This table will seat 12 when fully extended with the two additional leaves. It has a wind out mechanism, and comes with its winding handle. The table sits on baluster turned, tapering reeded legs with brass caps and castors.

£2,400.00

Six Mahogany Dining Chairs

A fine set of six early Victorian mahogany dining chairs. Presented in excellent condition. The joints are all sound and they are of good colour and finish. The upholstery is in good condition but not recently upholstered. Measurement Height 33,3/4" (857mm) Width 20" (508mm) Depth 20,3/4" (527mm) seat Height 18,3/4" (476mm)