Fine Early 18th Century Walnut Lowboy

Exceptional George I Walnut Lowboy of absolutely wonderful faded Walnut colour and patina, retaining the original chased brass handles and lock. The matched walnut veneers are bordered with a fine checkered banding , the top with a double checkered banding. The elegantly shaped cabriole legs are finished at the base with a carved slipper foot that is so typical of this early period. The cross grain ogee moulding to the edge of the top features carved inverted corners to the front. The fine cross grain lip mould to the edge of the drawer fronts is a feature typical of the George I period. The drawer linings are clean and original and made in pine. The period key works the lock to the top drawer.

Price £6,800 SOLD

Dimensions

Height = 72 cm (28.3″)
Width = 84 cm (33.1″)
Depth = 51 cm (20.1″)

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Fine 19th Century Chippendale Style Giltwood Mirror

A very well carved 19th Century Giltwood Mirror in the Chippendale rococo style. Profusely carved with C scrolls, flowers and foliage. To the top is a wonderfully executed carved Ho Ho Bird. The gilding is still brilliantly bright and the overall condition is superb. The Mirror has an old glass plate that has probably been replaced at some stage.

Price £2,800

Dimensions

Height = 117 cm (46.1″)
Width = 59 cm (23.2″)
Depth = 3 cm (1.2″)

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Early 18th Century Oak Chest On Stand

Fine Early 18th Century Oak Chest On Stand of superb colour in outstanding original condition, with the original elegant cabriole legs to the base retaining the shaped and carved slipper foot. The handles are original and the drawer linings are in very good clean original condition, just as we like to see them. The drawers are banded with inlaid Walnut, they have a fine lip mould to the edge, a feature of the George I period. The apron is shaped with fine scrolls matching those on the ear pieces to the top of the cabriole legs. The top section of the ends are panelled and the back boards all original.

Price £3,800

Dimensions

Height = 164 cm (64.6″)
Width = 100 cm (39.4″)
Depth = 52 cm (20.5″)

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Early 18th Century Walnut & Gilt Wood Pier Mirror

A fine and rare Queen Anne Walnut and Gilt Wood Pier Mirror with carved prince of wales feathers to the centre of the crest. A cross grained walnut moulding surrounds the finely carved and gilt border to the mirror plate. The mirror is a good colour and is in remarkably original condition retaining quite a bit of the original gilding. The Mirror plate is a later replacement.

Price £3,500

Dimensions

Height = 139 cm (54.7″)
Width = 50 cm (19.7″)
Depth = 4 cm (1.6″)

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A Rare 18th Century Cherrywood Tripod Table

A rare mid 18th Century Cherrywood Tripod Table of outstanding colour and patina, with the most wonderful top. Retaining the original block and swords to the underneath. The catch has been replaced.

Price £2,400

Dimensions

Height = 67 cm (26.4″)
Width = 78 cm (30.7″)
Depth = 78 cm (30.7″)

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Pair Of 18th Century Mahogany Chippendale Side Chairs

A fine pair of Gothic Chippendale Side Chairs of good colour and patina with shaped, pierced and carved splats forming three tiers with half quatrefoils to the centres. The shape flows out onto the top rails and finishes with a carved rose to the shoulders. The cabriole legs are carved with Acanthus leaf and finish with a wonderfully executed claw & ball foot to the base.

Price 2,400

Dimensions

Height = 94 cm (37.0″)
Width = 57 cm (22.4″)
Depth = 47 cm (18.5″)

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18th Century Mahogany Tripod Table

A quality mid 18th Century Tripod table made from the finest solid Cuban Mahogany in original condition with swords, block and catch to the underside all original.

Price £750

Dimensions

Height = 71 cm (28.0″)
Width = 66 cm (26.0″)
Depth = 66 cm (26.0″)

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17th Century Walnut & Marquetry Mirror

A rare and fine quality late 17th Century Walnut and Marquetry cushion Mirror.
The Marquetry work depicting flowers and flowing scrolled foliage is fine and superbly fretted, obviously the work of a first class Marqueterie. Most of these Mirrors had an arched crest to the top and this one is no exception. You can see the two sawn and chiseled out sections to the top rail at the back where the crest has been attached with a sliding dovetail, this is the usual method at this period. The colour is good, it really glows. The Marquetry is in remarkably good condition, unusually with no sections replaced.
The beveled glass plate in good condition is a later replacement.

Price £3,200

Dimensions

Height = 65 cm (25.6″)
Width = 58 cm (22.8″)
Depth = 8 cm (3.1″)

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17th Century Figured Oak Gateleg Table

A late 17th Century Oak Gateleg Table in very good original condition, with the most wonderful and highly figured fiddleback Oak Top. The table is a lovely light honey colour and it stands tall on the original turned feet. Two of the hinges have been replaced at some stage.

Price 1,600

Dimensions

Height = 73 cm (28.7″)
Width = 107 cm (42.1″)
Depth = 114 cm (44.9″)

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Early 18th Century Walnut Toilet Mirror

A nicely shaped early 18th Century Walnut Toilet Mirror of good colour and condition with original shaped apron and feet. The mirror plate and handles have been replaced. The finials and adjustable bolts are original. The finely made Walnut drawer linings are in good clean original order as is the cross grained moulded border to the mirror plate.

Price £1,400

Dimensions

Height = 65 cm (25.6″)
Width = 42 cm (16.5″)
Depth = 20 cm (7.9″)

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18th Century Mahogany Chest Of Drawers

A fine 18th Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers of small proportions with brushing slide. The chest is in wonderful original order, retaining the original handles and feet. The colour and patina is outstanding. The original Oak drawer linings are fabulously clean, just as we like to see them. Circa 1760.

Price £3,800

Dimensions

Height = 82 cm (32.3″)
Width = 85 cm (33.5″)
Depth = 55 cm (21.7″)

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Fine 18th Century Mahogany Card Table

A fine quality 18th Century Mahogany Card Table of very good colour and patina.
The table is in very good original order, even retaining the original pierced brass handle to the drawer. It is superbly shaped and well proportioned with scrolls carved to the tops of the elegant cabriole legs. One hinge has been replaced at some point. Circa 1750.

Price £3,800

Dimensions

Height = 73 cm (28.7″)
Width = 87 cm (34.3″)
Depth = 43 cm (16.9″)

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Fine 18th Century Mahogany Chippendale Tripod Table

A fine 18th century Mahogany Chippendale Tripod Table with birdcage action, of the most outstanding colour and patina in superb original condition. The turned and twist carved stem sitting above wonderfully shaped legs with carved claw and ball feet. The quality of the Mahogany is first class, as you might expect the table is particularly heavy for its size.

Price £4,800

Dimensions

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

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17th Century Oak Side Table

A late 17th Century Oak Side Table of good colour and patina in very good original condition, retaining the original ring drop handle. The table stands tall on original pear shaped feet. The original drawer linings are in oak with one small repair to the drawer bottom.

Price £1,200

Dimensions

Height = 70 cm (27.6″)
Width = 81 cm (31.9″)
Depth = 51 cm (20.1″)

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18th Century Mahogany Hepplewhite Armchair

A charming 18th Century country Hepplewhite Chair, unusually made in Mahogany. A wonderful colour, In very good original condition. Original seat in need of reupholstery.

Price £750

Dimensions

Height = 100 cm (39.4″)
Width = 57 cm (22.4″)
Depth = 46 cm (18.1″)

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Early 18th Century Oak Bureau

Fine early 18th Century Oak Bureau of lovely warm honey colour, in good original condition. The shaped and stepped interior is fitted with secret compartments to the front of the sliding well. The handles and brass knobs to the interior are all original, as are the feet with repairs to the bottoms. The drawer linings, made in oak are in good clean original condition, The back is original and made in pine.

Price £2,200

Dimensions

Height = 104 cm (40.9″)
Width = 87 cm (34.3″)
Depth = 51 cm (20.1″)

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17th Century Oak Box

17th Century Oak Box having an unusual and interestingly carved front depicting leaves and scrolls.
The hinges replaced.

Price £400

Dimensions

Height = 24 cm (9.4″)
Width = 74 cm (29.1″)
Depth = 42 cm (16.5″)

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17th Century Oak Cricket Table

A superb late 17th Century Oak Cricket Table of fabulous colour and patina in wonderful original condition, with
dry and clean underneath surface.

Price £2,600

Dimensions

Height = 57 cm (22.4″)
Width = 65 cm (25.6″)
Depth = 65 cm (25.6″)

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Rare 17th Century Walnut And Marquetry Candle Stand

An exceptionally rare late 17th Century Walnut and Marquetry Candle stand depicting four matched birds to the centre with foliage spouting from there beaks. The finely cut Marquetry panel made in contrasting light and dark woods is surrounded with a fine black and white stringing and further white line towards the edge with walnut cross banding in between. The edge is finished with a cross grained Walnut thumb mould. The finely turned Stem is made in Ash with the legs and block to the base made in solid Walnut.
The piece is in very good original condition having good colour and patina, the underneath surface is dry, clean and just as we like to see.

Price £4,800

Dimensions

Height = 66 cm (26.0″)
Width = 35 cm (13.8″)
Depth = 35 cm (13.8″)

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Early 18th Century Burr Walnut Chest On Stand

 

A fine 18th Century Queen Anne Burr Walnut Chest On Stand of the most outstanding colour and patina. The chased brass handles are original and untouched. The original drawer linings are made in Oak, they are wonderfully clean, just as we like to see them. The piece retains all but two of its original locks. The legs are replacements, they are the correct shape and design for the period and an excellent match for colour with the rest of the piece. The edge of the drawer fronts are finished with a banding of Burr Elm. The double bead to the framework around the drawer fronts is a typical feature of the Queen Anne period as are the chased brass handles.
A fabulous piece of English Walnut Furniture, it really glows.

Price £5,500

 

Dimensions

Height = 156 cm (61.4″)
Width = 104 cm (40.9″)
Depth = 55 cm (21.7″)

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