Good looking Gothic Revival "Puginesque" pitch pine desk, with a nicely aged black leather top.
122cm wide x 87cm deep x 73cm high
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 very unusual and beautifully made mahogany log holder on paw feet. Possibly American, the timbers and veneers used are of the highest quality...
120cm wide x 37cm deep x 85cm high
An unusual screen c.1900 inset with prints of British Gamebirds after Archibald Thorburn including Ptarmigan, Snipe, Woodcock, Mallard, Blackgame...
An 18thC painted Italian pedestal which has had very different origins... The inside of the cupboard reveals painted barley twist "legs" and a...
60cm wide x 50 cm deep x 90cm high
A good looking William IV Mahogany bookcase with reeded column supports to both top and bottom sections.
124cm wide x 58cm deep x 210cm high
A large and quite unusual, architecurally- inspired, dark mahogany cupboard with double classical columns either side of a single locking...
134cm wide x 51.5cm deep x 199cm high
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 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