An original enamel sign from the UK rail network, good unrestored condition with the usual wear and tear associated with signs of this age. It hasn't been cleaned or messed about with, like so many signs have now.
A good example of a Denby squirrel hot water bottle. Marketed under the Velray brand name and originally sold containing bath salts. This was part of the nursery series, which also included Wilfred the rabbit and a penguin, which were available in various colours. This one is in the classic Denby brown glaze.
A very good example of a Cornishware rolling pin with original handles and excellent paint work. Pin in very good shape with no chips, cracks or crazing. Some minor firing marks as it usual with this pottery. Green Made in England, T. G. Green & Co. Ltd stamp to one end.
An original Edwardian Draper's desk. Good condition for age with original handles and locks. All facing timber is pitch pine. The top has the markings for measuring material at the front and back. This superb desk was made to be free standing, as the back is panelled the same as the sides. Nine useful drawers with dovetail construction and pine linings.
A very unusual gothic bed side cabinet with quality carving and details. Very good condition for age with just the usual marks found on a piece of this period. Burr oak and oak construction with a shelf inside. There is a small enamel label to the back for the company C. & R. Light of London, a high quality cabinet makers.
An excellent example of an original mid Victorian cylinder pot cupboard / bed side cabinet in satin birch with a full marble top. Good condition for age with the usual marks associated with a piece of this period. It even has the original handle.
A good example of a large T. G. Green Cornishware jar from the late 1920's. Very good condition with just the usual firing imperfections found on these early pieces. It has the green church mark to the base which was used before the shield mark was introduced to identify the range specifically.