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A beautifully inlaid French bonheur du jour (lady’s writing desk) in black lacquer with brass inlay and panels of brass, ivory and mother of pearl inlay. The panels feature gardens, with drapes, birds, snakes and squirrels. The drawer opens and reveals a writing table with a blue velvet and the table slides back to reveal storage. The double doors open and show an interior with a shelf. The interiors of the cabinet and drawer are made in Birds Eye Maple. A lovely contrast to the black lacquer. The piece is further highlighted with bronze trim and mounts.
Dates France, circa 1860.
A beautifully finished George IV period 5 drawer chest of drawers. Having 3 large lower drawers and 2 half upper drawers on the top. The finish is in reddish tones. Brass locks, wood pulls, and poplar wood interior.
Measures: 43 inches long x 21 inches deep x 39 inches high
A handsome rosewood games table that converts easily to a console table. The table top spins and unfolds from a rectangular shape to a square flat table with a round green felt perfect for playing card games. The carving around the skirt, top and legs is all intricately hand carved. Dates England, circa 1850.
Top closed Measures: 36.5 inches long x 18 inches deep x 29.5 inches high
Top open measures: 36.5 x 36.5 inches sqaure
A beautifully carved large parlour table in European walnut – having carved florals on the legs and skirt of the table and a flat top with carved Stepped perimeter border. Beautiful carving also on the stretcher that joins and reinforces the legs. The 4 legs sit upon castors for easy moving of the table.
European circa 1860.
A lovely small leather top desk with back that has multiple small drawers and a small mirror. This European mahogany desk is ideal for a small space yet has much storage in the 2 large and 4 small drawers. The style is Art Nouveau and dates circa 1890. The leather is a burgandy in colour.
A hand carved French walnut card table which can either be used as a narrow console table or can open to seat 4 people for games or card play. Interior top has a green felt. From the console position, the top twists and then opens (supported by the other half of the legs) as the card table.
Brownish / reddish tones – and hand carved shell decoration over Louis XV style legs with brass castors.
French, dates circa 1880.
A fabulous set of 6 dining room chairs. 2 carvers (arm chairs + 4 side chairs) upholstered in a off white dotted fabric.
Chairs have a decorative carved back with reeded arms and turned legs.
England circa 1820.
A beautifully embroidered Berlin Wool fire screen on a telescopic pole. The screen attaches to brass pole with is attached to a mahogany Jacobean twisted tri-foot base. The screen is embroidered in Berlin Wool and in the decoration of a parrot over large roses and branches. The screen itself is beautifully carved and pierced mahogany and brass. English circa 1860
An English Victorian period carved walnut games table. The table opens to reveal a green felted playing area. The top opens and turns 90 degrees and is supported by the base. Hand carving of roses on the front and legs. Can also be used as a console table when not open.
A handsome and very useful 1/2 moon or demi-lune table. Perfect for an entrance way, or hall table or living room. A medium size measuring: 48 inches wide x 20.5 inches deep x 28.5 inches high.
The table has 4 legs which means it doesn’t have to bolt to a wall – it can go anywhere.
A fabulous 19th Century pair of Satinwood commodes with decorative inlays in multicoloured ribbons, bows, vases. The Sheraton style commodes date from the late 19th Century have tapered legs and spade feet. Two curved doors on either side and three drawers in the centre of each.
Measures: 39.5 inches wide x 18.5 inches deep x 32.5 inches high.
A superb King Wood vitrine with curved glass front, curved glass sides, of tapering form. Quality bronze mounts surround each glass side display, door, feet, front and 2 side figural busts decorate the corners, . 2 glass shelves on the inside of the vitrine are different lengths as the tapering form of the cabinet narrows from top to bottom. Original silk backing and bottom – with some tears and stains – but easily re-upholstered as the back unscrews and is removable. A very unusual shape and is in beautiful condition.
An impressively large gilt wood French display cabinet that measures just under 7 feet tall x 5 feet wide. The cabinet features a bevelled curved glass front door and beveled as well on the glass sides and front ends. Beautiful carved roses decorate th legs, front and crown of cabinet – featuring a basket peak filled with roses. The interior is a walnut backing and with 2 accompanying glass shelves and a walnut bottom that allows for some hidden storage.
This cabinet is rare to find in this large size.
Measures: 58 inches wide x 83 inches tall x 18 1/2 inches deep.
A ‘French Gilt Wood Vitrine Display Cabinet’ – dates circa 1900, France. Features a single door with lock and key, three glass panels, mirrored backing, and three glass shelves, in a very elegant and attractive French Neoclassical/Louis XV style.
Measures: 68 inches tall x 27 inches wide x 16 inches deep
A ’19th Century – Three Drawer Washstand’ – in a beautiful classical mahogany washstand design, with centre circle for jug and basin, two short drawers and one large bottom drawer. Beautiful colour and aged patination throughout. Great for storage.
Measures: 34 inches tall x 20 1/2 inches wide x 6 1/2 inches deep.
Excellent condition. Minor wear. (Some minor knicks with age, and splits in the wood from possible heat damage – see images.)
A Victorian English burled walnut Davenport desk with 4 drawers on one side and 4 fake door fronts on the other side. The tilted top is leather inlaid with a gold tooling. The top lifts up and reveals some interior storage with more smaller drawers. The upper top also hinges up for the inkwell and pen.
Measures: 35 inches tall x 23 inches wide (22 1/2 inches deep)