A very good pair of painted,oak and pine. late 18thC stands or pedestals.
An unusual, early 20thC sledge of unknown origin with push handles and steel runners
152cm long x 67cm wide x 85cm high
An unusual and beautifully made, weighty, bronze, mid 19thC "thistle" candlestick converted into a lampbase.
17cm wide x 43.5cm high
A beautifully detailed early 19thC brass column lampbase; nicely weighted too.
16cm wide at base x 50cm high
Very nice set of 19thC steel firetools.
Brilliantly old fashioned 1970s telephone built into an onyx column.
22cm wide x 22cm deep x 96cm high
Large 19thC Plaster Bust
60 cm wide x 32cm deep x 82cm high
Handsome, ebonised Aesthetic Movement clock in the classical architectural style with blue and white tile face behind glass door.
Charming little Agateware cup.....
9cm wide x 10 cm high
Extremely large and heavy and wonderfully ornate large brass lamp base. Presumably for a newel post somewhere very grand!
30cm wide x 93cm high
A very handsome clock in heavy oak case c.1900. Pleasance and Harper started as a watch and jewellery shop in 1879, trading from Wine Street in...
48.5cm wide x 48.5cm high x 15cm deep
A very unusual and beautifully made, late 19thC solid mahogany measuring stand, with brass fittings on what looks to be an elm base. In perfect...
71cm wide x 49cm deep
A really cool pair of 1920s French water carafes or decanters - they are nicely imperfect with lots of ripples through the glass.
A beautifully made and stitched brown leather case by K.L Schitten, Helms and Sonn. I cant find much about the maker but they made ammunition during...
47cm wide x 33cm deep x 26cm high