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
A pair of beautifully carved oak twist Arts and Crafts candlesticks.
10.5cm square at base x 25cm
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
Nice continental lampbase probably dating from the 1970s...
17cm wide x 50cm high
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
Very nice set of 19thC steel firetools.
Unusual and very tall mahogany towel or clothes rail. It looks as though one of the middle rails has been replaced as it would have had a turned...
62cm wide x 30cm deep x 144cm high
A fabulous pair of Arts and Crafts oak stands c.1890; possibly orifginally they were candlesticks but now converted into standard...
168c high ( 200cm inc.shade) x 23cm wide at base
An early humane rat trap; beautifully made with intricate metalwork and handle and in excellent condition. The inside reveals a tapering cone...
33cm wide x 33cm deep x 40 cm high
A beautiful contemporary terracotta group depitcing a pair of panthers in terracotta after the bronze by the French animalier sculptor...
44cm wide x 26cm high
A 19thC plaster statue of Sir Walter Scott after the 1837 memorial statue by John Greenshields in George Square, Glasgow. The original sits on top of...