A Fine George 1st Walnut Bureau of wonderful honey colour retaining all original handles and locks. The bureau has figured matched veneers throughout with a contrasting Ash half feather banding. The interior is very nicely shaped with many pigeon holes.
Height = 87 cm (34″)
Width = 101 cm (40″)
Depth = 48 cm (19″)
A very nice George 1st Walnut Bureau of nicely faded colour with fine stepped and shaped interior fitted with a well and secret drawers. retaining the original handles escutcheons and locks, lined throughout in Oak.
Height = 102 cm (40″)
Width = 97 cm (38″)
Depth = 56 cm (22″)
A Fine Early 18th Century Walnut Bureau with matched veneers and boxwood stringing of small proportions and absolutely superb colour and patina. The Bureau has its original handles with chased backplates. Circa 1710.
90cm High, 78cm wide, 47cm deep
A fine Queen Ann Oak Bureau of small proportions with a particularly nice shaped and stepped interior with a central door. The quite unusual sweeping O G feet to the front are a very feature the back ones have been replaced to match at some time. Circa 1710.
Dimensions: 92cm high, 76cm wide, 45cm deep
Really nice early 18th century Oak Bureau of good colour and small proportions, it is worth noting the fielded panel on the fall as it is a rare feature for a bureau of this type. Circa. 1710.
Height = 101 cm (40″)
Width = 79 cm (31″)
Depth = 47 cm (19″)
A fine George 1st Walnut bureau of small proportions with striking figured walnut veneers and very good clean Oak linings.
The piece is in very good original order, retaining a very good light colour. The handles are replaced in keeping with the period.
95cm high, 75 wide, 48 deep
A rare George 1st Bureau in solid cherrywood of excellent rich warm colour with stepped and shaped interior retaining the original locks and all but two of the original handles. Amazingly it seems to have kept its original Georgian keys for both the fall and the interior door.
36″ wide x 42″ high x 19″ deep
A fine 18th century oak bureau of good colour retaining its original handles with nicely shaped columns to the corners.
The interior is superb with carved freeze drawers flanking a central door with carved shell. Wonderfully shaped drawers and pigeon holes compliment the piece very well.
30″ to the fall when open
A Fine and rare 18th century Yew wood bureau of small proportions with box wood stringing and rosewood cross banding. The piece is a superb colour and patina ,it really glows. The ornate handles and most remarkably the feet are original. The feet and ends are solid cherry wood. A lovely Bureau in clean original condition.
31″ to the fall front when open
Price £5,800 SOLD