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A beautiful Georgian period, 5 drawer chest of drawers in oak – made in England – dates circa 1800. Features a large rectangular form,with keyholes and handles for 5 drawers, and 1 secret drawer compartment.
Measures: 44 inches tall x 47 inches wide x 20 1/2 inches deep.
Excellent Condition. Locks missing from drawers.
A beautiful burled walnut large pier cabinet with 2 glass front doors and either 4 newly cut glass shelves or 3 original wood shelves. Cabinet has an interior light for display. Bronze decorative mounts appear on the front of cabinet.
Measures: 55 1/2 inches tall x 42 1/2 inches wide (13 1/2 inches deep)
A handsome Georgian period mahogany banjo shape barometer and thermometer. Features a thermometer with silver mercury, a Damp/Dry dial, a large face barometer, a small round mirror and a balance bubble along with the maker’s name – A. Cattonia – Worcester. Dates circa 1780-1810.
Marked – A. Catatonia – Worcester.
Measures: 38 inches long x 10 inches wide.
Good Condition. Thermometer working – barometer not working. Sold As is condition
A nice early 7 drawer – tall, narrow, Wellington or Lingerie chest in Mahogany. The chest sits upon 4 Georgian feet with a moulded bordered top. The top surface is dove-tailed to the sides which is seen in some Irish cabinetry. Each drawer has brass hardware – 2 pulls and an escutcheon on each. Each drawer is the same size. The secondary interior drawers are oak.
Dates George III period – circa 1780.
measures: 28 inches wide x 17 inches deep x 53 inches high.
An exquisite ‘Anglo-Indian Carved Demi Lune Table’, with impressive scale and hand-carved design, it contains mythological beasts, a decorative band in scroll, flower and leaf, with beast mask scroll legs and joined by a foliate stretcher – dates 19th century, during the reign of ‘British Raj’ in India.
Measures: 39 inches tall x 59 1/2 inches wide x 29 inches deep.
Pair of Mahogany Table Screens with Floral Petit Point
This pair of Victorian table screens are made of mahogany wood and have a shield shape featuring petit point flowers under glass. The flowers of one are vibrant red roses with green stems and leaves, the other one has a variety of pink roses with purple lilacs and green foliage. Dating circa 1900.
Measures: 16 3/8 inches high x 9 3/4 inches inches wide.
A wonderful matched pair of Louis XV / XVI Transitional marble top commodes. Both commodes are decorated slightly different to each other, but by the same maker.
Dates France, circa 1880.
Each commode measures: 30 inches wide x 17 inches deep x 35 inches high
A rare Italian ebonized desk with inlaid panels of Ivory with carved and etched scenes. The desk has 8 small drawers on the upper half with a larger door that opens to reveal a shelf. The front panel of the desk drops down and the top slides back to reveal the green felt desk top. More storage is available on the top where the ends are hinged and open up for storage.
A lovely mahogany small dresser with 3 small drawers and small cupboard. The dresser stands on tall legs with a spade foot. The mahogany is inlaid with satin wood decorative borders. From the Edwardian period, circa 1890.
Measures: 22 inches wide x 14 1/2 inches deep x 43 inches high (39 inches to flat top of dresser)
A lovely little vanity table with long cabriole shaped legs and mounted with bronze decorations. The darker Kingwood base contrasts the blonde Kingwood top which has a hinged lid – that when opened, reveals a mirror and a removable tray which is divided up for make up and powder room items. The top is parquetry box inlaid and the top is also mounted with bronze trim. The hinged lid is adjustable for the perfect angle of mirror.
Measures: 23 inches wide (at legs) x 17 1/2 inches deep x 30 1/2 inches high.
This stunning French credenza is adorned with two hand painted porcelain plaques and features delicate inlay and is enhanced with bronze.
A wonderful piece for both storage and display.
It measures 82 inches long x 17 inches deep x 42 inches high.
It dates circa 1880
A large English Regency – 55 inch round tilt top table on a pedestal base. The pedestal having a triangular footed base. The apron a fine beaded pattern.
Table top measures 55 inches diameter and can be tilted with release of handle underneath top.
Dates circa 1830.
A fine burled walnut Pier cabinet lined with red velvet. Having 2 shelves with 3 levels of display – each shelf is individually lit. Gilt bronze hardware mounts and satinwood inlay decoration over a burled walnut body. Single door.
English, circa 1870.
English Georgian Mahogany Cabinet on Chest circa 1800.
A handsome Georgian period mahogany cabinet on chest, England circa 1800.
Interior has been relined with fabric and lights installed with glass shelves.
A 19th century burled walnut Davenport desk with leather top, four drawers on one side and faux drawers on the opposite side. Top has brass gallery and opens to reveal a pen holder and space for stamps and desk accessories.
The leather topped desk opens to reveal more space for papers and drawers.
English, circa 1860.