An unusual, quite deep, painted chest of drawers with simple pine top and original wire handles - North European c.1800
104cm wide x 65cm deep x 80cm high
A beautifully constructed pair of oak and mahogany 19th Century display cabinets, with original bevelled glass. These would probably have had...
48cm wide x 51.5cm deep x 61.5cm high
A good looking, if not slightly scruffy (!), pitch pine pedestal desk with a generous kneehole space and shelved cupboard space behinf each door...
132cm wide x 66cm deep x 75cm high
A Large late 19thC hardwood Anglo-Indian etagere/dumb waiter; the shelves being comprised from the extra leaves of a companion dining table (...
140cm wide x 54cm deep x 132cm high
An unusual mahogany pedestal cupboard c.1840: stamped: "Johnstone and Jeanes, 67 New Bond Street London" to inside of the door.
54cm wide x 52cm deep x 87cm high
A very handsome large oak chest (with ebonised mouldings) of classical, "architectural" form. This very unusual piece of furniture has a linen...
127cm wide x72cm deep x 71cm high
A good size and good colour pine chest with drawer to the base and panelled front.
124cm wide x 52cm deep x 74cm high
An unusual, French late 19thC oak pedestal with later shelf behind two gothic style doors on typical french 19thC hinges. I am not sure how...
63cm wide x 48cm deep x 71cm high
Quite an unusual late 19thC oak library centre piece of furniture with original leather top - there is a large central area equally divided with open...
122cm wide 90cm deep x 74cm high
50cm wide x 59cm deep x 85cm high
A Massive late 19thC wooden factory industrial trolley or cart with metal fittings which came from Belguim and was full of spools of string...
124cm wide x 87cm deep x 98cm high