Early 17th Century Oak Coffer

A lovely early 17th Century Oak Coffer of good colour, the arcaded panels with geometric inlay to the centres. c.1630.


Height = 83 cm (32.7″)
Width = 132 cm (52.0″)
Depth = 54 cm (21.3″)


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18th Century George II Red Walnut Chest On Stand

18th Century red Walnut Chest On Stand of good colour and small proportions, in very good original condition with original handles and cabriole legs.
A wonderful piece of English country Furniture in the kind of condition that we love to see.


Height = 159 cm (62.6″)
Width = 93 cm (36.6″)
Depth = 50 cm (19.7″)

Price £2,800

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George II Walnut Kneehole Desk

A Fine 18th Century George II Figured Walnut Kneehole Desk of rich honey colour with brushing slide. The quarter veneered top with rosewood stringing, cross banding and ogee cross grain mouldings. The drawer fronts also having rosewood stringing and cross banding matching the central door. The Desk is in remarkably original condition retaining the original handles and locks, it has very good clean original oak drawer linings with the drawer fronts veneered on pine.


Height = 90 cm (35.4″)
Width = 82 cm (32.3″)
Depth = 46 cm (18.1″)

Price £5,800

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Early 18th Century Walnut Kneehole Desk

A superb and rare early 18th century provincial Walnut Kneehole Desk of good colour and patina in outstanding original condition retaining the original handles and ogee bracket feet. The quarter veneered top is bordered with a fine boxwood stringing as are the drawer fronts, ends and central door.

Price £7,800

Height = 81 cm (31.9″)
Width = 84 cm (33.1″)
Depth = 49 cm (19.3″)

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ITEM # SA616676 Fine 18th Century Mahogany Bureau Bookcase

A Superb quality 18th Century solid Mahogany Bureau Bookcase made from the finest cuban Mahogany and of exceptional colour in untouched original condition. The ornate handles, locks and ogee bracket feet are all original. The linings are in Oak, they are in wonderful clean original condition. The dental cornice is a quality feature, it sits nicely above the fretted freeze.

Price £6,500


Height = 221 cm (87.0″)
Width = 107 cm (42.1″)
Depth = 61 cm (24.0″)

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Fine Early 18th Century Walnut Chest Of Drawers Of Small Proportions

A fine and early 18th Century George II Walnut chest of drawers of outstanding colour with caddy top in untouched original condition retaining the original gilt handles and locks. Two back feet replaced some time ago. The quarter veneered top with fine feather banding matching the drawer fronts. The clean original linings are in fruitwood. This is a rare piece of English Walnut and it is a real collecters piece.

Price £16,000

Dimensions 83cm high 75cm wide 50cm deep

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Chippendale Style Gilt Wood Mirror

A fine quality late 19th Century Gilt Wood Chippendale Style Mirror.

Price £2,200


Height = 142 cm (55.9″)
Width = 77 cm (30.3″)
Depth = 6 cm (2.4″)

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Small Early 18th Century Oak Bureau

A rare and charming exceptionally small Oak Bureau of good colour with good clean original Oak linings.

Price £ 2,200 SOLD


Height = 89 cm (35.0″)
Width = 61 cm (24.0″)
Depth = 43 cm (16.9″)

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Fine 18th Century Mahogany Architect’s Table

A superb quality 18th Century Mahogany Architect’s Table of very good colour and patina fitted with a wonderful original handle with built in lock. The brass hinges, catch and spring mechanism for the release of the reading rest are all original.

Price £4500


Height = 79 cm (31.1″)
Width = 91 cm (35.8″)
Depth = 57 cm (22.4″)

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17th Century Oak Coffer

A 17th Century Oak Coffer in remarkably good original condition with original hinges and lock plate. The colour is very good and it stands well having lost no hight from the feet.

Price £900


Height = 80 cm (31.5″)
Width = 134 cm (52.8″)
Depth = 59 cm (23.2″)
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17th Century Oak Box

A 17th Century Oak Bible Box with carved thistles on the front, probably Scottish. The box has good colour and patina and is in good clean condition, it has a one piece top. The hinges are replaced through the same holes as the originals.

Price £850


20cm high , 62cm wide, 43 cm deep

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18th Century Red Walnut Lowboy

A wonderful quality George I red Walnut Lowboy with nicely shaped apron and well drawn cabriole legs. The handles and locks are completely original, the colour and patina is superb. The two piece top is made from matched timbers.
Price £3,900

Height = 75 cm (29.5″)  Width = 80 cm (31.5″)  Depth = 53 cm (20.9″)

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17th Century Panelled Oak Coffer

A very good 17th Century Oak Coffer in good clean condition with original hinges. The carved serpents and strap work decoration has been ebonized originally, the colour and surface of the piece is as it was when made when a thin layer of clear varnish was applied. This technique and type of furniture is discussed in the Victor Chinnery book : Oak Furniture , The British Tradition. Page 137.

Price £1,250

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Early 17th Century Arcaded Oak Coffer

Richly carved both front and sides by a master craftsman, this is indeed a fine example of an arcaded early 17th century Oak Coffer of very good colour in particularly good condition. The ring hinges have been replaced with strap hinges.

Price £1,800

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George I Walnut Lowboy

18th Century George I Walnut Lowboy of superb untouched colour and patina with original handles and Quarter veneered top. The Lowboy has a cherry wood half herring bone banding. The drawer linings interestingly are made from a combination of Oak, Walnut, Ash and Cherry. The Oak sides are original and have never been veneered.

Price £3,800

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Early 18th Century Walnut Bureau Bookcase

A Fine Queen Anne Double Dome Walnut Bureau Bookcase with figured matched Walnut veneer and feather banding throughout. The fall opens to reveal a wonderful quality shaped and stepped interior with a sliding well to the centre. The central door is flanked by Columns with brass to the base and caps. The mirror plates are bevelled and are old replacements as are the handles. The linings are in Oak, they are in clean condition and original throughout as is the exterior. The Bookcase is the classic Queen Anne design with double domed top. It is a rich warm honey colour and the proportions work particularly well.

Price £16,000

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Fine 18th Century Secretaire Tallboy

A fine and rare quality 18th Century Chippendale period Secrataire Chest on Chest of outstanding colour and patina in superbly figured Mahogany. The chest has its original ornate cast brass handles and original brass fittings to the hinged section of the secretaire drawer. The Chest has a nicely carved dental and freeze to the top with fluted columns to the corners and stands on original ogee bracket feet. The secretaire drawer opens to reveal a central door veneered in curl Mahogany flanked by pull out pilasters and small drawers, to the top there is a shaped freeze drawer. The piece is lined throughout in oak.

Price £8,000

Height = 175 cm (68.9″)
Width = 110 cm (43.3″)
Depth = 54 cm (21.3″)



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17th Century Yorkshire Coffer

A very good 17th Century Yorkshire Mule Kist of great colour with original ring hinges one of which has been repaired. It is interesting to note the beaded faces carved in the spandrels that are very similar to the ones seen on Yorkshire chairs at this period.

Price £1,400

17th Century Carved Oak Coffer

Wonderfully Carved 17th Century Oak Mule Kist with original hinges having great colour and patina.

Price £1,600



A Rare 17th Century Oak Coffer

A rare and impressive 17th Century Oak Coffer of superb rich warm colour and patina with carved dragons or wyverns to the panels. Originally fitted with a drawer to the front that is now missing. The interior is covered with the most extraordinary 18th and 19th century cuttings.

Price £1,800