Two stunning and extremely attractive pairs of 1930s murano glass palm leaf wall sconces by Venini by possibly after a design by Barovier each with...
Very unusual, beautifully made and very charming Early Victorian/possible Regency, carved wooden rocking horse with hessian stuffed body on...
136cm wide x36cm deep x 81cm high
A large 18thC French Water Jug - lots of imperfections in the (very thick!) glass and a really lovely shape...
24cm wide x 24cm high
A really good large early 20thC wicker factory on four original wheels - in excellent condition and full working order i.e moves well! Perfect for...
96 cm wide x 68 cm deep x 86cm high
A bronze mid 19thC "thistle" candlestick; a good size for a lampbase.
17cm wide x 43.5cm high
A fully working brass woolwinder c1900 on mahogany base by Goodbrand and Co. The makers name lies inside the dial alongside the brass bell which dings...
An American housekeeper's green leather box dating to about 1910 and in near perfect condition. It contains everything from drawing pins,...
Art Deco plaster figure of a girl by Rudolph Kaesbach (German 1873-1950). There is a signature. "R.Kaesbach" onm the side of the rock on which the...
An excellent pair of Pre World War II Binoculars by Ross Ltd. of London with near perfect optics. The leather case is in very good condition and bears...
A beautifully made, good-coloured, bird's eye maple frame in excellent condition - original slip and glass with a generous veneer.
33cm wide x 39cm high
A fine pair of ladies leather boots and skates both in really good condition - stamped "W.Marples and Sons, Makers, Sheffield" who were...
A very cool 1950s industrial lampbase with an adjustable counter-weighted arm and otiginal green painted enamel shade.
18cm wide at base 22cm wide shade
A beautifully detailed early 19thC Brass column lampbase with some very beautiful and elaborate detail and nicely weighted too.
16cm wide at base x 50cm high
A matt yellow, adjustable 1950s Ergon desk lamp - very cool!
A lead glass cider jug from Northern France with remnants of original paper label (with a little undecipherable ink writing...!). This is interesting...
11cm diameter x 25.5cm high