A Superb 18th Century Mahogany Chippendale Kneehole Desk of wonderful original colour and condition, retaining original handles, locks and very nicely shaped Ogee bracket feet. The Desk has chamfered fluted corners with fretwork and C scrolls on the centre drawer that are particularly fine and a rare feature. The Drawer linings are in Mahogany with veneered matched Mahogany on the fronts.
Height = 84 cm (33″)
Width = 95 cm (38″)
Depth = 54 cm (21″)
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 Fine Quality Chippendale period chest of drawers of superb colour. The one piece veneered top above two short and three long drawers standing on Ogee bracket feet ,the outstanding original handles are of the very best quality. The locks are also original. There is a signature on the underneath of the chest we believe to have been done when the chest was made , probably by the cabinet maker.
A very good quality 18th Century Mahogany tripod table, made from the finest Cuban Mahogany. The colour is extremely good. The block underneath the top has been replaced at some stage along with one of the bearers.
A really nice, very well Carved 17th Century Oak coffer having carved ends. The colour is very good and it stands very well having lost nothing from the feet, the top is paneled. The ring hinges are original.
Price £1400 Reserved
Height = 77 cm (31″)
Width = 125 cm (49″)
Depth = 58 cm (23″)
A fine and very well proportioned early 18th Century Oak Chest on Stand fitted with a secretaire drawer. It is in wonderful original condition, retaining all the original handles and legs. The chest is a nice honey colour.
Height = 163 cm (64″)
Width = 101 cm (40″)
Depth = 55 cm (22″)
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 and rare early 18th century walnut card table of pleasing small proportions having straight cabriole leg and fine feather banded top. Believed to have come from a Scottish estate
The table is particularly well shaped with accentuated corners that really flow, it opens to reveal a green baize lined interior with guinea wells and candle stands. The colour, surface and originality of the table are very good.
A very good 18th Century Figured Walnut lowboy of Superb colour, retaining the original handles. The lowboy has matched veneers throughout and lovely clean oak linings. It is a nice feature and a sign of quality that the cabinet maker has gone to the trouble of fitting dust boards for the drawers to run on, this construction is not usually seen on such pieces, it is more commonly associated with chests of drawers.
An outstanding George II Mahogany Secretaire Kneehole Desk of small proportions with Superb rich colour and patina. The desk is in original condition retaining the original handles. It is made from finest quality solid Mahogany and the wonderful top remarkably is made from one solid piece. The exceptionally clean linings are in Oak.
A rare and most unusual 18th century Oak Lowboy, possibly Welsh with boldly shaped and carved apron. The Lowboy is a superb honey colour and retains all but one of its original handles. The drawer linings are made in fruitwood. The Lowboy is in very good original condition.
Height = 75 cm (30″)
Width = 90 cm (36″)
Depth = 50 cm (20″)
A Fine Early 18th Century Oak Lowboy with walnut feather banding of very good proportions. It is a Superb rich warm Colour ,retaining the original handles. The piece is in very good original condition.
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.
A superb very well carved 17th Century Oak Mule Kist in mint condition of very good colour with exceptionally clean interior and Wonderful dry paneled back. The piece has the original ring hinges and even the original drawer lock.
A lovely little George 1st Oak Lowboy of small proportions of light honey colour retaining its original handles.
The lowboy has a shaped apron and nicely executed lappet knee above straight cabriole legs. Although this is a country piece of furniture the maker has had the skills to enable him to miter his dovetails on the drawer backs.
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.
A rare William and Mary period small cabinet of outstanding colour and patina.
The cabinet is veneered with walnut onto a pine ground and has a feather banding and cross band. The mouldings are made from cross grained walnut applied to a pine ground. The door opens to reveal five veneered walnut drawers, three with original drop handles. Under the bottom drawer is a secret compartment with a wire hinged lid, which suggests the cabinet was made to hold valuables. The carrying handle to the top is original as is the escutcheon , and hinges to the door. It was probably made to stand on a table or maybe the 3ft veneered chests of the period. There are no signs of it having had any bun feet, but there are signs that it has been fixed to a wall at some time.
Height = 39 cm (16″)
Width = 49 cm (19″)
Depth = 32 cm (13″) Price £2,600