An ash and elm Windsor Chair from the Thames Valley. This high hooped back chair with crook arm support has a wheel back motif in the centre splat and a H-stretcher to the turned legs for support. circa 1820
An 18th century Oak Side Table featuring a single drawer. The top has a moulded edge and is finished with rounded corners. The pegged square legs mirror the moulded edge of the top and have shaped frets to the front and back to make it more aestheticaly pleasing. A lovely size makes this period table useful for many room settings.
This small late Georgian Oak Chest of Drawers has two short drawers above two long. The drawers have bone escutcheons and original wooden knobs. There is reeded moulding around the top edge and it stands on swept feet with a shaped apron.
A large 19thc Armed Chair in the 'Chippendale Style'. This chair was made in the late 19th century when there was a Chippendale revival period. It has a decorative pierced splat to the back, a carved cresting rail and typical shaping to the arms for this period. The drop in seat has gadrooned edging to the frame, the legs are cabriole with a ball and claw foot.
Georgian Oak closed Dresser with Rack. This 18th century Oak dresser has three drawers above three cupboard doors. The space inside these doors has been divided into a double and single cupboard. The rack has three graduated shelves.
Circa 1780 - 1800
A good quality country made Chest of Drawers in Ashwood. These ashwood chests were often from the Herefordshire - Welsh Border Area, where ashwood is plentiful. It has two short drawers above three long graduated drawers. It also has its original wooden knobs and is sat on bracket feet. circa 1830/40.