This is a very appealing primitive Cabinet made from solid pine by the end of the 18th century and originally coming from Chagny in the Burgundy area of France (Bourgogne). This interesting piece is very convenient and offers a large storage capacity with upper and bottom compartments revealed by paneled recessed doors and separated in their center by a large drawer. Hardware is in original condition but the upper lock is estimated from the 19th century...
Japanese Mizuya kitchen chest, made from Hinoki wood (Japanese cypress), with lattice panels against a honeycomb patterned screen, sliding top panels with copper hardware in a floral design, a lift lid compartment for storing sake, bottom drawers with copper handles, and sliding glass doors opening into large compartment with tea shelf. Late Meiji period ( 1868-1912)
Size: 34.5" height, 25" width, 11.5" depth
36.5" wide, 21" deep, 76" high. In two parts, original glazed doors, writing flap, classic fluted legs.
A finely crafted rush-seated mahogany chair made by the manufactury of Thomas Glenister (Temple Works, High Wycombe) for the Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra in Westminster Abbey on 9 August 1902.
Condition: very good - very little wear and no repairs or restoration.
Antique Japanese sword tansu, made out of kiri wood (or paulownia). It has two long drawers in front with heavy iron warabite-style handles, iron locks on both drawers, corner hardware, and three smaller handles on both sides. Meiji period (1868-1912)
Size: 45.25" length, 16.5" height/width
This is in two sections which fold inwards. A really lovely rich glowing honey colour.
I always wonder if these tables could speak the tales of war British Empire and travel what they would tell.
A most decorative and very useful piece.
Size when open: Height, Length, Depth
I like this one because it is a nice size, not too big like some.
This came from a stately home where it had been all of its life. It has been professionally polished with two strips of webbing replaced.
Most Decorative, useful and easy to store
Size when open: Height 76.5cm, Width 70cm, Depth 45cm
qing dynasty .qianglong .chese hardwood ,best conditon.
late qing dynasty,chinese huanghuali wood.
W13.75" D7.5" H9.5"
This is a beautifully and exquisitely patinaed Center Table made during the second half of the 19th century from mahogany and originally coming from Braga in northern Portugal. This splendid piece consists of an octagonal top sitting on an impressive pediment composed of a large central finial surrounded by intricately turned columns, all standing on cabriole legs with acanthus pattern. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen all around due to the age. Circa date 1860...
This is a lovely pair of Chauffeuse made from a nicely patinaed walnut by the end of the reign of Napoleon III during the second half of the 19th century. Each is boasting an appealing embellishment from the boldly sculpted crest accented with acanthus patterns to the pediment below sitting on a pair of intricately turned and fluted legs, providing thanks to the slightly scrolled back legs, stability and elegance. Note the burgundy fabric is estimated to be 20 years old and in used condition...
This is an adorable Vitrine made from pine by the end of the 19th century consisting of a flat molded cornice sitting upon a straight façade, surrounded by twisted ribbon pattern, featuring a single glass door revealing a convenient storage area with 3 adjustable shelves, all standing on tapered turned legs. Note that the glass pane is not original and estimated to be from the middle part of the 20th century. Circa date 1890. Dimensions: 63"high/ 27"wide/ 14 ¼"deep.
This is an exquisite gilded sofa made by the middle part of the 19th century boasting a beautiful and intricate embellishment; from the detailed floral crest to the armrests and pediment below accented with volute and acanthus patterns. The upholstery is estimated to be a few decade old and would need to be replaced or recovered. Note minor chips, scratches and dents can be seen all around due to the age. Circa date 1860. Dimensions: 38"high/ 17"seat height / 52"wide/ 24"deep.
Every hallway should have one. This has a shaped spoon back with foliate carving and a vacant scroll cartouche.
Standing upon tapering front legs with professional repair to one rear leg.
A very nice deep claret colour.
Size: Length 39cm, Height 89cm, Depth 37cm
An attractive and most useful aesthetic style piece, the contrasting black and walnut epitomises the height of Victoriana.
The hinged oval top opens to reveal a number of compartments for sewing paraphernalia...
This pretty little table has a hinged top inlaid with a chess board surrounded with a marquetry foliate design.
The lid opens to reveal numerous compartments for sewing paraphernalia, these have blue padded satin covers, the rest have William Morris type paper interiors.
The hexagonal body tapers to a tripod base, the cabriole legs are carved with acanthus leaves.
A nice original piece.
Size: 46cm diameter by 72 tall
Having original marble top, 43" wide, 22" deep, 32" high. Bronze mounts.
27.5" wide, 8.5" deep, 32.5" high. 19th C copy in 18th C style.