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...
Presently contains a mirror...
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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
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
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...
This yolk is inscribed ‘Grimstone Farm 1790’ A real piece of dairy history, a lovely rich honey coloured wood, used for carrying milk buckets. I believe Grimstone Farm is in Dorset. Most decorative. Size: 73cm wide
This very interesting wire sign contained in a pine frame reads; F Larard Jeweller Gold and Silver Bought or Exchanged Fredrick Larard was a Jeweller in 46 Savile Street, Kingston Square, Hull. The sign bears the coat of arms for Kingston Upon Hull Size: 97.5cm high by 67cm wide
A rich honey colour with bold mounts, two doors open to reveal two long drawers on squat turned feet Size: 19cm Tall by 23cm long
This really is a lovely piece. It is a rich honey coloured Mahogany with fan marquetry to the lid front and corners, there are two brass carrying handles at each end. The lid opens with a double fall front...
This lovely jewellery box is modelled in the shape of a Sulcata Tortoise. This lid opens to reveal a compartment surrounded by marquetry, the lid bears the initials REJ. There is a lock but no key. The box is made of specimen hardwoods and the drawer opens to reveal ten shaped and lidded compartments. A real quirky piece. I have never seen one like it. In fact, it’s probably unique Size: 36.5cm
c1840. This interesting scene depicts a keeper/huntsman reading a plan of the days sport to a finely dressed gentleman with his two gundogs. I am told that this is quite a rare example. Size: 6cm by 8.5cm
Early 19th Century Regency Rosewood and Brass inlaid Jewellery Box. This nice box has a hinged lid revealing a lift out wooden tray, a lock but no key. Profusely inlaid with brass foliate scrollwork which is complete with no losses. A nice useable piece. Size: 27.5cm x 2.25cm x 10.75cm
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I really do love this most attractive cabinet. This beautiful cabinet has three long drawers with brass ring handles enclosed by two doors above a larger lower drawer, standing on ebonised turned, round feet. During Victorian times Corromandel was one of the most expensive woods and was the chosen veneer for vanity boxes, jewellery and dressing cases. It’s nice to find a slightly larger example where this luxurious wood can be shown off to greater advantage. Corromandel was so po...
19th Century Victorian Colonial Indian Campaign Chest. This most interesting Teak and Brass bound campaign chest was made in India around 1848. Fitted with an arcaded interior to the lid and an array of carved lidded compartments and lift out trays. The front is fitted with a long drawer for pens etc...
If only they could talk, there would be tales of busy Victorian streets with the chatter and carriages, the intense heat from the furnace, the unforgetable aroma when hot iron shoes connect with horses hooves. There is an iron makers plate attached which roughly reads; Jays son.... The rest I cannot read A quirky and most decorative piece for collectors of the unusual. Size: 26"x17 3/4"inches
Edwardian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Scent Bottle. This pretty scent bottle has a solid silver hinged lid with hallmarks for Birmingham and the date letter which is worn but looks like a g for 1906. The glass is in good condition with no chips or cracks. Height: 8cm
This is a lovely colour which brings warmth and brightness wherever it is Size: Height: 15 3/4"inches Length: 30 3/4"inches Depth: 20"inches