Shapely, 19thC Upholstered Armchair
56cm wide x 83cm deep x 86cm high
A 19thC mahogany cabinet with single panelled door enclosing a fitted drawer and two shelves.
49cm wide x 42cm deep x 93cm high
An interesting, large marble pestle and mortar in an original, 19thC made, gothic style, pine stand.
48cm wide x 50cm deep x 81cm high
A fabulous, large mid-19thC chest of drawers with column supports and a secret top drawer.
125cm wide x 62cm deep x 108cm high
Well made and extremely handsome oak cabinet of different sized drawers with inset brass handles; great escutcheons in the manner of Schoolbred,...
69cm wide x 36cm deep x 50 cm high
Good looking modern Magpie.
A highly decorative and beautifuly made, large Belgian school abacus by S.Leliaert and A.Sffer, Gent.
Beautifully mounted Yellow Crowned Amazon Parrot
A fabulous case of South American birds, including Egrets, hawks and finches, by Rowland Ward c.1900. Typical groundwork and the all glass case...
82cm wide x 36cm deep x 82cm high
Really good looking stuffed pheasant whinin simple and elegantly done case and groundwork. Early 20thC
60cm wide x 25cm deep x 70cm high
A really nice Victorian pair of Manx Shearwaters with a trade label of Bishopp of Oban on the back - these are quite rare seafaring...
63cm wide x 14cm deep x 77cm high
A large and impressive case of golden and silver pheasants by Helstrip of York; there is a trade label on the back. The birds have been beautifully...
104cm wide x 53cm deep x 141cm high.
An extremely well mounted Jay, early 20thC, in a museum style case typical of taxidermists such as Duncan and Cullingford; this case is good enough to...
38cm wide x 19cm deep x 43cm high
Interesting, English slipware vase - good colours and well glazed/fired.
13cm wide x 21cm high
A very fine Victorian case of night herons, bitterns and egrets by James Gardener. Trade label inside case, botoom left.
112cm wide x 25cm deep x 77cm high