Heavy glass tables with metal Corinthian style legs
An early 20th C mahogany hall stand with glove box and still retaining the original six hooks and drip trays. The bevelled mirror is also original.
The overall condition is very good throughout commensurate with age.
Height 82½” – 2.1m
Width 36” - 910mm
Depth 13” - 330mm
This lovely vintage hanging shelf is thought to be made from oriental hardwood,which has some nice detailing. It is quite unique in the fact that looking at it, everything says it upside down, with the supports on top instead of underneath the shelves. The underneath of the shelves are definately not as finished as the tops which also has the edge rounded off.
This unit has the following dimensions :-
Height 44” (112cm) Width 29” (73.7cm) and Depth 17¼” (44cm)
Obviously the contents displayed on these shelves are not included in the price but we are able to sell seperately.
An early 19th Century light mahogany tilt top occasional table with a turned centre column upon a tripod base, which is in a lovely condition for it’s age, there are a few woodworm holes around feet, this has been treated in the past and now.
The table top stands 29” 73.5 cm high, the table top is 22” 56 cm wide and has a depth of 15¼” 38.5 cm.
A typical two short drawers over three long chest. The carcass is made from mahogany whilst the drawers are veneered with flame mahogany. The handles are original, all the locks bar one are still in position, unfortunately no keys are present, although if requested we may be able to have some sourced.
The feet are not quite bun shaped and have turned detailing to them A well used piece of furniture which is still very beautiful and in good condition for age, alas there are a few small pieces of veneer missing from the edges of the drawers.
Height 43” Width 41” Depth 19”
109 cm 104 cm 48cm
Here we have a late Victorian Rosewood side table with a decorative galleried stretcher to support the legs. The decoration on the table is quite simplistic with box stringing around the edge of the table top and also down the legs. The only other form of decoration is right in the centre of the table . Unfortunately the photographs do not show the table at its best.
APPROX 35.5"L X 17.5"W X 26.25"H
90CM X 44.5CM X 66.5CM H
There has been a repair in the past to one of the legs and I think that a small portion of the top surface of the table has been replaced, I only mention this as it is a little paler in colour to the rest of the table. Still a beautiful neither the less.
This is the second of the matched pair of French late 19th C early 20th C walnut pot cupboards with a marble top. Again this pot cupboard has retained its original marble lining and the catches are in good working order. It is slightly smaller in height than the first but it is still just as decorative and again it has the typical French detailing of the quarter veneering on all the major panels including the small drawer. The cupboard is again formed onto long tapering cabriole legs.
31"H X 15.5"D X 15.5" W
79CM X 39.5CM X 39.5CM
There is evidence of historical woodworm to the cabinet, but all worm holes are now extinct and have been treated and filled so as not to detract from the items natural beauty.
This really is a beautiful, decorative burr walnut side table. These photographs really do not do this piece any justice at all. The colour and patination of the wood is so rich and dark not faded or sun bleached in any way. The quarter veneers that have been used for the top are so full of pattern, again it is hard to see in the photographs. Towards the edge of the table there is a single piece of stringing then the outer edge has been ebonised.
The table stands upon decoratively turned column legs and is stablised by a simple turned stretcher.
A stunning piece that is typically Victorian.
APPROX 38.75"L x 20"W x 29.75H
98.5cmL x 51cmW x 75.5cm H
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