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


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 


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)


Oak Wainscot Chair Circa. 1660

Oak Wainscot Chair circa. 1660

seat height 44cm, seat depth 45cm, Full height 115cm


A very fine example of an English Wainscot chair with the typical traits such as arm supports, lacking an upholstered seat and a beautifully carved wooden back in a relatively complex design.

Inlaid French Dressing Table

A beautiful French Dressing Table, circa. 1880


With exquisite detail on the lid, a mirror on the inside of the lid, small compartments on the inside and delicate curving on the legs. With fruitwoods of kingwood, harewood and tulipwood inlay.

50 x 40 x 72cm


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

Set of Four Windsor Chairs Circa. 1800

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


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.  

George I Walnut Bureau

George I Walnut Bureau 

In beautiful condition with, on the interior nine pigeon holes, three longer drawers above and one below and four smaller drawers below. A substantial and genuine piece of antique furniture, of exceptional colour. 

Height 107cm, Width 92cm, Depth 55cm



After J. H Riesener 19th Century

A French Late 19th Century Gilt Bronze mounted Amaranth, sycamore & Fruitwood Marquetry Commode, Design after J. H Riesener. 

H 94cm W 166cm D 64cm 


The shaped marble top above a central long drawer flanked by a pair of short drawers. This stunning commode follows the designs of two models executed by Riesener. The first being a commode created by Riesener in 1778 for Louis XVI's cabinet de retraite at the Chateau de Fontainebleu and was later moved to his library at Versailles. 

The second was created for the bedroom of Pope Pius VII, also at the Chateau de Fontainebleu, in 1801. The purpose of the Pope's visit to Fontainbleu was to discuss with the then First Consul Napoleon, the place of teh Roman Cathoilic church in post-revolutionary France. The resulting concordat of 1801 which consolidated the church's position as the majority church in teh country also lent its name to the Commode - Commode du Concordat.