Not only highly decorative but extremely useful! (we use three) Good quality brass fittings, a lovely rich honey colour. Size: H 101cm W 68cm
19th/20th Century Cigar Shop Display Cabinet with Humidor Tobacconist Interest: This would have adorned the old Victorian or Edwardian Tobacconist shop. Made to keep the cigars in top quality condition, this cabinet has an integrated humidor to the base. The fall front lid is early Perspex with brass hinges and knob...
This beautifully carved piece probably started off life as a commode. The top is functional and rests in the rim, it is a later addition. Very well made and carved. Size: H50.5cm W49cm D36.5cm
Presently contains a mirror...
A most highly decorative piece, profusely carved with great skill, three shaped arcaded shelves which give it an architectural feel. It bears star decoration inlaid with bone. The crowning finials are detached for ease of transportation. This is fabulous for displaying fine antique porcelain. Size: H Finials 173cm H without Finials 163cm W60.5cm D29cm
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This is a real beauty needing a bit of expert restoration, bridle, reins, stirrup and leathers need replacing, it is always advisable to fit new ones if children are to use it. It was retailed by A.W Gamage Limited of London, possibly made by F.H Ayres, remembered for the manufacture of some of the finest rocking horses. It is a long time since I have come across a rocking horse as genuine as this. Total Height: 112cm Total Length: 127cm Total Depth approx. 33cm
Most decorative and extremely useful. My two had them as babies, sturdy condition, one or two ancient worm holes. A fun, most useful piece. Low Chair: H 56cm W 69cm D 44cm High Chair: H 97cm W 41cm D 42cm
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This is a really beautiful trio, lacquered, gilded and painted with floral sprays. The table top is inlaid with mother of pearl. Highly decorative pieces from the height of the Victorian Empire. Table: H 70cm D 57cm Chairs: H 87.5cm W 39.5cm D 37.5cm
The lid of this box is finely crafted with a pair of India Pheasants upon a landscape. The side panels are carved with blossom. The base has a stylised repeat pattern. On oblong beize with carved feet. There is an old depository label underneath. A lovely piece for lovers of pheasants and fine boxes. Size: 35.5cm by 21.5cm
A nice large piece in sturdy condition. One or two repairs, the bergere work has been professionally replaced. Size: H 94cm W 60.5cm D 107cm
Possibly by Thonet. This ebonised piece is extremely comfortable and nicely balanced.
Real classic Victoriana, made at the height of The British Empire around 1870. The upper section has one long and six short drawers below an oval mirror with carved supports. The recess in the backboard is a nice feature. It stands on carved cabriole front legs which completes this grand piece. One or two age related marks, scratch to lower section.
A classic Victorian serpentine front folding card table with beize lined surface split to the centre, on baluster stem with cabriole legs. One or two small age related repairs which is usually the case with a piece that is in regular use. It is a lovely rich honey colour. Size: H 29.5” L 35.5” D 18”
The rectangular top above a stem base with brass figural mounts, one of an eagle and the other of an oriental woman playing a musical instrument. Standing on three brass claw and ball feet Height: 73cm x Width 34cm
Gorgeous is the first word that comes to mind when you first set eyes on this lovely chair. It has a satinwood the shield back flanked by barley twist supports either side, upholstered in petit point. A truly lovely piece. Height: 85cm Width: 33cm Depth: 31.5cm
I really love these, depicting all types of Victorian life, travels, fashion, music, dance etc. One would purchase an album of these scenes, cut them out and stick them to a screen finishing with a clear glaze. Each panel has a mahogany frame with a giltwood slip...
Boot Cleaner by Bartley & Sons Oxford Street London: Not only attractive, quirky and decorative but extremely useful for polishing and cleaning boots and shoes. Bone makers plaque to the top. The brushes are all in very good condition as is the whole piece. Very minor age related wear. Length 48cm
Inscribed The Hon’ble Arthur Thellusson (1801-1858): He was the youngest son of Baron Rendlesham of Rendlesham which is a title in the Peerage of Ireland. It was created in 1806 for Peter Thellusson, who also represented Midhurst, Malmesbury and Bossiney in parliament...