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Late George IV, William IV Mahogany Sideboard, 1820-1840

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A Late George IV, early William IV Regency chiffonier / sideboard, 

Circa 1820- 1840

H 177cm Depth 41cm 

 

 A fine quality mahogany dining room sideboard / chiffonier, mirror backed galleried shelving, above shelves and two grill doored corner cupboards on either side. Also a side door for storing the leaves of a dining table originally and ideal for storing trays. 

George III Mahogany Sideboard

George III Mahogany sideboard 

Circa. 1780-1800

H 93cm W 167cm D 65cm

 

A beautiful sideboard in excellent condition and colour. With three central lockable drawers flanked on each end by a deep celleret, the top level with a large central sliding tambour fronted and smaller sliding doors on either side of it. 

George I Walnut & Crossbanded Lowboy Circa. 1720/30

A George I Walnut & Crossbanded Lowboy circa. 1720/30

H 70cm / w 77cm / D 48cm 

SOLD

Inlaid with sycamore lines, the rectangular moulded quarter-veneered top above a frieze drawer on cabriole legs and pointed pad feet. In beautiful condition and exceptional colour. 

Queen Anne Lowboy Circa. 1710

Queen Anne Lowboy Circa. 1710

A beautiful Queen Anne lowboy, very good condition and colour. A rectangular quarter veered top above and a long drawer and three short drawers with a shaped apron, on cabriole legs and pad feet. 

87 x 53 x 73cm (w x d x h)

SOLD

Yew Wood Windsor Chairs (set of four) Circa. 1800

Set of Four Windsor Chairs Circa. 1800

Height approx. 95cm, Width approx. 62cm, Depth 48cm.

SOLD

A stunning group of four Windsor Chairs, very hard to come by in such beautiful condition and of great interest for their very individual characteristics according to their different makers and regions.  

Ormolu Tables - A Pair

A beautiful pair of Ormolu Tables

H 76cm L 62cm W 43cm 

SOLD

Ormolu is the English term, used since the 18th century for the technique of applying finely ground, high-carat gold–mercury amalgam to an object of bronze, and for objects finished in this way. These tables are of excellent condition with detailed and colourful illustrations. 

Posted on June 3, 2016 and filed under gilt, type: furniture, Type: Table, Type: Tables & Chairs, Type:Furniture.

Edwardian Carlton House Writing Desk

A beautiful Satin wood Carlton House Desk circa. 1905

Height 96cm Width 130cm Depth 60cm

SOLD

This very fine example of a Carlton House desk typically has the u shaped drawer arrangement around the sitter, no pigeon holes and the typical sloping curves to the right and left. Making this a very fine example of the specific Carlton House writing table type. 

The Carlyon House desk is believed to have been designed for The Prince of Wales in the Eighteenth Century by George Hepplewhite and named after the Prince's residence of the time Carlton House. 

Yew Wood Table

A Stunning round yew wood gate leg table circa 1670-1710

Height 71.5cm width 62cm depth 48cm 

A really beautiful yew wood oval gate leg table, very early in date and in excellent condition, this is a rare find. The four Windsor chairs, also of yew wood date from around 1820 with each individual charcteristic of their different makers obvious in the detail.