18th century single compartment mahogany Cheese Coaster. This boat shaped piece of table treen was designed to hold a round of cheese and pushed up and down the dining table. A small degree of cracking to the bent wood of the interior is not unusual, but the general condition of this piece is excellent, with original brass casters. Circa 1780
A fine quality mid Georgian Dumb Waiter. 18th century mahogany, dense and richly coloured, was the perfect wood for this classic piece of furniture. Three circular tiers, united by turned columns, and supported by a tripod base, made tea and informal supper an elegant part of wealthy Georgian life. The 2 lower tiers revolve, the axis being a steel rod which firmly holds the table together. It is easily dismantled, therefore possibly made to be portable. Originally with casters, these are now missing. The condition is excellent, with a fine waxed surface and a rich mahogany colour. Circa 1770.
Pair of early 20th century upholstered armchairs. They have been newly re-covered with a light brown corduroy. The sprung seats are in good condition.The legs, turned at the front, have their original castors.
Vintage Saporiti Italia armchair and matching footrest. The design and concept company, which was started in 1950 and is still family owned, specialised in high quality products, each item created and constructed by the company is slightly ahead of its time and is destined to last, both in form and function, until the next era.
This armchair and matching footstool, with its label "Made by Fratelli Saporiti, Besnate (Varese) Italy" does have a timelessness to the set. The frame is probably steel, light and flexible, upholstered with fine pale teal leather, the edges piped with contrasting brown leather. Each cushioned part is removable and finished with a zip, allowing the cushion to be replaced. The leather is in fine condition generally, but the piping has suffered deterioration, mostly on the footstool (as shown in the close-up photograph) Comfort and elegance from the 1970s/80s
A fine example of 17th century oak, this 3 drawer Oak Dresser has superb proportions, colour and surface. The top is in lovely condition, with a simple moulded edge which is softly worn with age. The drawers are finished with an applied moulding to give them depth, and have good quality replaced swan neck brass handles. The sides are panelled. Well turned front legs gives the dresser great stability, whilst the wavy plank back legs adds style. It is a lovely piece from the oak period of furniture. Circa 1700
This is a exceptionally rare and beautifully caved oak Pulpit by the famous Robert Thompson 'Mouseman'. Made c1930's for a United Reformed Church near Bradford. We bought it when the church was sold. The carving is exquisite with Acorns and Oak leaves around the top and signature carved mouse. Has steps up to platform with 2 book shelves a fold down seat and adjustable lectern with wrought iron support. Measures 72" inches high x 47" inches wide (max) x 69" inches long including the steps. The lectern is removable but the pulpit is one piece, please bear this in mind as you will need the space to navigate it into position. Condition is superb and looks like it was made yesterday, no damage or repairs and a beautiful colour. If you have a chapel, bar, restaurant, hotel reception or an Auction House this will be an amazing focal point and topic for conversation. Collection and viewing is welcome from WR8, Worcestershire or delivery is available just email me your postcode for a quote. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to possibly owning the most unique and rarest piece of Mouseman furniture ever made.
A good quality Georgian walnut bureau with feather banding on bracket feet.Having three drawers with original brass handles and replacement key.Of good commercial proportions would enhance any property.
Amusing late Victorian hand coloured etching by Frank Palon. The central main picture shows a game of golf at "ROYAL AND ANCIENT (ST ANDREWS 1798)". Surrounding it are a series of delicately coloured funny sketches. The original frame, black and gold, has suffered the knocks of age, and the print paper also has a gentle peppering of age spots and area of shadowing. Well executed etching and good colour, this little print is a nice mixture of sport and humour!
Mid 19th century French dining table with the beauty and glow of cherrywood. The top, planked and finished with cleated ends, has a superb surface. At both ends of the table, curved hand holds withdraws extending leaves that almost doubles the size of the basic table. One extension clearly has been used for cutting/serving bread, with lovely wear. The leaves are a combination of chestnut and cherry and can be either partially or fully extended, maintaining good structural strength. Decorative turned legs softens the rectangular top, creating an attractive table that would fit old or contemporary decors.
The Tan Sad Chair Co., London, produced these chairs for the busy factories of the 1930s. Made of tubular metal, the seat revolves through 360 degrees, and the back rest adjusts in height. The sturdy base incorporates a circular foot rest for further comfort of use. It is in very good condition, the original green finish showing typical wear for the age. The seat and back is upholstered with hard wearing rexine. The seat has been recovered at some time in a rich tan, which works well with the original green back, and has 2 small punctures to the fabric (see photograph). The chair is in excellent working order. Circa 1930
With a width of just 2ft 5ins (74 cm), this early 19th century Chest of Drawers is almost a miniature. A classic bow front, it sits high on its slightly splayed integral feet. Flame mahogany veneers light up the front. The 3 drawers are lined with mahogany, a good sign of quality, and retain their original turned wooden handles and brass key escutcheons. In original condition throughout, an unusual size and great colour, a charming and useful chest of drawers. Circa 1820
A handsome late 18th century cellaret, raised on brass paw feet. Made of solid rosewood, the hexagonal sides are emphasized by inlaid brass banding. The interior is fully fitted to take 12 or more bottles. The original brass hinges are of exceptional quality. The cellaret is raised upon 3 lions paw feet, which are not original but are beautiful castings from about 1820. Quality, condition and size makes this a great furnishing piece for the smart country house style. Circa 1800
A mid 19th century composition stone fountain in 2 parts. The top part features a charming pair of cherubs, holding the fountain head. The base consists of a hexagonal plinth. Whether displayed as garden statuary or with running water, it is a classic well cast model, in superb condition.
An interesting and unusual antique half round conical wall column. Probably from the 19th century construction industry, it is a wooden mold for an architectural or other feature. Finely constructed of an American wood, in sections, and painted black, it now makes a great wall bracket/shelf, to display a piece of art or a beautiful plant. Circa 1880.
Late Victorian oak table top box. The domed top is a slatted rolling lid that opens to reveal 2 compartments. Lending a twinkle to this well constructed box is a pair of engraved silver plated oval side handles. The oak has been chosen for its graining, the sides in particular displaying a more unusual and decorative cut of the wood. What will you keep in this charming box! Circa 1900
An early 20th century floor standing bentwood hat and coat stand. This is in the more rare half round version, standing flat against a wall. A strong design, balanced and on an effective triform base, allows it to stand freely. The ebonised finish is in very good order. This coat stand may be from the well known bentwood makers, Thonet, but has no label to confirm this. Circa 1910
A small late 19th century cast iron stick and umbrella stand. Fine, crisp casting and the use of classical motifs gives this stand a timeless quality. It has a removable drip tray and a footed plinth. Circa 1890
A finely turned piece of mid 19th century treen, this Cotton Reel Stand is made of yew wood. The nature of yew, dense and smooth, is exemplified in this stand, with a great surface and warm colour. The base is stamped with the name "G. NEALE". Two of the metal cotton reel holders have been replaced.
19th century floor standing shop tin, painted green with gold decoration. The front shows a scene with 3 oriental figures, a man (possibly a shop keeper) standing behind a similar tin, a woman looking at something in a bowl (tea, coffee, grain?) The flat top has a hinged folding lid. The condition generally good, no dents or rusting, but it does show wear as expected, scratches and some marking to the top. One side, painted black, is very marked with scratches and rubbing. Circa 1870
This is a fabulous Rare Antique Painted Pine Saddle Horse / Stand / Rack. Beautifully constructed in Pine showing signs of original paint. Totally original condition with some signs of old repairs and a small amount of old worn but long gone and treated. In use until recently at large country house stables. Measures 55" inches long x 44" inches high x 24" inches deepest across base of legs. Collection is welcome from WR8 Worcestershire or delivery is offered anywhere in the UK, just email for a quote.
This is a s stunning Rare Antique Carved Wooden Folk Art Whirligig Policeman, dressed in tunic, helmet and rotating arms all wonderfully carved. Im uncertain of age but looks approximately c1900. Came from a local country house sale where it had been all its life. Measures 17" inches tall. Good Condition with wear and tear commensurate with age and use.
A good quality and unusual "Tabernacle" safe with Gothic embossed brass faced doors.based on an oak plinth..this item could easily be used as a built in wall safe , very solid and heavy.Approx 35 killos