17th Century Yorkshire Oak Wainscot Chair

A large and imposing 17th Century Yorkshire Wainscot Chair in Oak. With well carved top rail and wonderful elongated scrolled ear pieces. The panel is carved with a lozenge, these are often referred to as a Halifax lozenge. The chair has had repairs to the base over the years including a new leg and seat that now blend in very well.

Price £1450


Height = 128 cm (50.4″)
Width = 57 cm (22.4″)
Depth = 43 cm (16.9″)

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A Fine 18th Century Mahogany Dumb Waiter of good colour and patina with gun barrel turnings, in very original condition,  retaining the original casters.

Price £1400

124cm High, 58cm wide, 58cm deep

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Rare 17th Century Oak Coffer

A wonderful 17th Century Oak Coffer from Lancashire with superbly carved Dragons or Wyverns to the panels. In excellent original condition with great colour and patina. Retaining the original ring hinges.

We do have another coffer in stock of the same design but with the bottom drawer missing should you be interested in buying a matching pair. It was almost certainly made in the same workshop as this example.

Price £3,800

76cm high, 131cm wide, 57cm deep


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Fine 18th Century Mahogany Tallboy

A fine 18th Century Mahogany Tallboy of the most fabulous colour and patina in original condition. The wonderful pierced handles and locks are original as are the well shaped ogee bracket feet. To the top of the piece is a fine blind fret and dental cornice. The linings are clean and original, made in oak. The panelled Oak back boards are another quality feature.

Price £4,800

Dimensions: 184cm high, 98cm wide, 53cm deep


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Charles II Olive Oyster-veneered And Floral Marquetry Cabinet On Stand.


A Rare And Highly Important Charles II Olive Oyster-Veneered And Floral Marquetry Cabinet On Stand.
Circa 1665-1680.
Probably by Gerrit Jensen cabinet-maker to the royal household.
The moulded cornice and cushion drawer with marquetry panels above a pair of doors each centered with an arrangement of flowers and a perching Parrot surrounded by foliate spandrels. The outstanding interior with eleven marquetry drawers and central door with three further drawers behind all lined in oak and retaining the original gilded fish tail handles. The drawers are clearly numbered we believe by the maker in roman numerals. The sides are also decorated in similar marquetry panels. The stand with a long frieze drawer oyster-veneered with marquetry panels on twist turned walnut legs with shaped stretcher and bun feet. The twist legs and stretcher replaced to match the original design.
The striking similarities in the detail of the marquetry work and handles on this cabinet and that on the one at Ham House by Gerrit Jenson lead us to believe it is likely they were made by the same maker. Elizabeth Murray of Ham House was the countess of Dysart a former town and borough close to Edinbrough where this cabinet was discovered. The Murray family home was Tullibardine Castle that was dismantled in 1747 and then completely demolished in the 1830s. Elizabeth Murray who was close to Charles II had an eye for the finest furniture and works of art, she significatly extended and refurbished Ham house around 1670-1680.

A Cabinet very similar to this one was recently acquired by the National Museum Of Victoria, it was sold previously at Christies in ( The English collector & Tapestries ) London on the 31 of October 2012, Lot 62.

for other examples of this type see:
Herbert Cescinsky, English Furniture from Gothic to Sheraton, page 129 & 135.
Herbert Cescinsky, English Furniture of the 18th Century, page 96 & 97.
Adam Bowett English Furniture from Charles II to Queen Anne, page 57 to 59.
Herbert Cescinsly and Ernest R.Gribble, Early English Furniture and Woodwork, page 260 & 261.

Price £45,000


Height = 165 cm (65.0″)
Width = 105 cm (41.3″)
Depth = 48 cm (18.9″)

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Early 18th Century Walnut Lowboy

An exceptional early George II solid red Walnut Lowboy in completely original condition of outstanding colour and patina. The top is made from one piece of solid Walnut with nicely carved corners, the cabriole leg with well carved knee and scrolled ear pieces. The handles are original and the drawer linings wonderfully clean are made in Oak.
This is a fabulous piece of English furniture that has been well cared for over the years, it really glows.

Price £4,800


Height = 73 cm (28.7″)
Width = 76 cm (29.9″)
Depth = 46 cm (18.1″)

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16th Century Oak Coffer

A rare 16th Century English Oak Coffer with panelled front and shaped ends retaining all its original boards. The colour and patina is particularly good as is the quality of the linenfold carving to the front. The back board and underneath are wonderfully clean and dry and in the condition we love to see them in having never been varnished or tampered with. This model is often referred to as a Henry VIII Coffer.

Price £5,800


Height = 69 cm (27.2″)
Width = 127 cm (50.0″)
Depth = 40 cm (15.7″)

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18th Century Oak Bureau Bookcase

A very good 18th Century Oak Bureau Bookcase of fabulous colour and patina of pleasing small proportions. A banding of contrasting wood has been inlaid around the drawer fronts ,fall and doors, even the original feet are most unusually inlaid. The interior is centred with a door surrounded with inlaid sun burst, the whole section can be removed to reveal secret drawers behind. The handles to the exterior are replaced. This is a lovely example of English country furniture in very original condition.

Price £3,400


Height = 192 cm (75.6″)
Width = 94 cm (37.0″)
Depth = 52 cm (20.5″)

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Early 18th Century Oak Side Table

18th Century Oak Side Table of very good colour and patina in wonderful original condition retaining the original handles.

Price £1,500


Height = 71 cm (28.0″)
Width = 91 cm (35.8″)
Depth = 55 cm (21.7″)



18th Century Oak Bureau

A fine quality 18th Century English Oak Bureau of very good light warm colour with original handles, feet and fittings in superb overall original condition. The piece has been made from highly figured oak and has a very good interior with shaped central door flanked with flat pilasters opening to reveal drawers. The decorated handles retain much of there original gilding.

Price £1,600


Height = 103 cm (40.6″)
Width = 92 cm (36.2″)
Depth = 50 cm (19.7″)

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17th Century English Walnut And Marquetry Chest Of Drawers

A striking late 17th Century English Walnut and marquetry chest of drawers of good colour and patina in remarkably original condition. The bun feet and handles replaced with fine examples that are in keeping with the period.

Price £7,800


Height = 96 cm (37.8″)
Width = 59 cm (23.2″)
Depth = 93 cm (36.6″)

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Fine 18th Century Mahogany Chippendale Table

A fine Chippendale period Mahogany Tripod Table of very good colour with bird cage action. Made from the best quality cuban Mahogany and in outstanding original condition. It is a masterpiece in design and execution from the pinnacle of the English furniture making tradition. The stem with a twist and the legs expertly carved with acanthus leaf and claw and ball foot.

Price £4,500


Height = 70 cm (27.6″)
Width = 79 cm (31.1″)
Depth = 79 cm (31.1″)

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17th Century Yorkshire Coffer

A superb and rare mid 17th Century Yorkshire Coffer with typical floral marquetry to the panels. The uprights at either end carved with grape vines and acorns. The panels are applied to the back of the framework to create depth to the front of the chest, this is a feature often seen on the best examples. The top is original but has had numerous hinges over the years, the drawers have been relined in pine at some stage. The Marquetry to the front of the chest is in remarkably good condition.
Due to striking similarities in the design and carving this Coffer is thought to be from the same workshop as some of the furniture on show in the collection of Shibden Hall near Halifax, the home of Anne Lister.

Price £4,800


Height = 88 cm (34.6″)
Width = 140 cm (55.1″)
Depth = 60 cm (23.6″)

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17th Century Walnut Side Table

17th Century Walnut Side Table of superb colour with twist legs and shaped stretcher. The top is veneered with matched Walnut and feather banding. The base has been restored.

Price £2,300


Height = 73 cm (28.7″)
Width = 90 cm (35.4″)
Depth = 60 cm (23.6″)

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17th Century Marquetry Chest Of Drawers


A rare and fine late 17th Century English walnut and marquetry chest of drawers in very good original condition.
The top is a particularly fine example of this type of work, using contrasting light and dark woods. This style of marquetry became fashionable for those able to afford it towards the end of the 17th century and examples similar to this can still be found in some of the finest houses of the period. The top features stylised dolphins and birds.
Examples of this type of chest have been well documented in books on the subject of Antique English Furniture. This piece is a Chest of Drawers unlike many that are in fact the top half of a chest on stand. The bun feet seen here are replaced in the correct manner but the blocks underneath to which they attach are original , this along with the thumb mould to the edge of the top instead of a cornice mould show that this chest had no stand and sat originally on bun feet.

Price £12,000


Height = 92 cm (36.2″)
Width = 99 cm (39.0″)
Depth = 58 cm (22.8″)

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Mid 18th Century Mahogany Tea Table

A delightful and elegant mid 18th Century Mahogany Tea Table of outstanding rich warm colour and patina. The lappet knee is very well executed to compliment this well drawn piece. The table has wonderful untouched original handles and the overall condition is superb with clean oak drawer linings. A piece that has obviously been well cared for over the years and lovingly polished.

Price £1,600


Height = 74 cm (29.1″)
Width = 76 cm (29.9″)
Depth = 38 cm (15.0″)

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17th Century Chip Carved Box

A beautiful little 17th Century Welsh Fruitwood chip carved box of incredibly good rich warm colour and patina with exceptionally fine carving. The handle, hinges and escutcheon later replacements.

Price £1,600


Height = 13 cm (5.1″)
Width = 29 cm (11.4″)
Depth = 17 cm (6.7″)

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Early 18th Century Walnut Kneehole Desk

A fine quality George I Walnut Kneehole Desk with the most unusual feature of a dog kennel to the centre fitted with a shaped shelf. It is rare to see a piece from this period with solid original walnut Carcass and drawer linings as this desk has. The Desk has wonderful colour and patina especially the top. Veneered with matched walnut and feather-banded on both the drawer fronts , top and shaped apron to the centre.

Price £3,200


Height = 77 cm (30.3″)
Width = 82 cm (32.3″)
Depth = 51 cm (20.1″)

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Fine 18th Century Mahogany Chippendale Tripod Table

A rare and well proportioned 18th Century Mahogany Chippendale Tripod Table with bird cage action of marvels faded glassy colour and patina. The one piece top with turned tray to the edge, the excellently carved base with leaf work and scrolls terminating with claw and ball feet.

Price £3,800


Height = 69 cm (27.2″)
Width = 66 cm (26.0″)
Depth = 66 cm (26.0″)

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Fine 18th Century Oak Lowboy

A superior early 18th Century Oak Lowboy of exceptional colour and patina with canted corners inlaid with cross grain Walnut. The drawers and top inlaid with Walnut feather banding, the cabriole legs shaped with a fabulous slipper foot. The handles are original and remarkably have never been refixed.

Price £3,800


Height = 70 cm (27.6″)
Width = 79 cm (31.1″)
Depth = 49 cm (19.3″)

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