English Pub Table
English pub or bistro table with a black iron base and a painted top.
H 27.75 in. x Dm 23.5 in.
A 19th C. English painted chest of drawers in the 2/3 style. Solid Brass pulls. This chest is smaller in size perfect for bedside or an area for a small chest. Paint is not original to the piece, but well done and simple glazing. Has a Swedish look to the paint. C. 1850
A very large and impressive English writing desk/game table from the late 19th century. Gadrooned edging, leather inserted top with blind tooling, three drawers on two sides, well-carved apron, turned legs with a bulbous style mid-section fretwork exposing four fleurs-de-lis, an X-stretcher (we fixed supports under to add strength) and resting on large bun feet. Circa 1880.
H 31.75 in. x W 60 in. x D 53 in.
A Chippendale mahogany two-tier dessert side table. Shaped edges to the shelves, well-carved tops, and round plate holders. Resting on a tripod base and ending with a claw and ball foot. Acanthus leaf carvings to each knee of the legs. Finely turned column supports to show the quality of the table. C.1890-1900.
H 29.5 in.
H 74.93 cm
19th century English inlaid sideboard with a step up back. This sideboard has wood inlay to the front and sides. Very intricate inlay. The sides have a large fan inlays. The front has figural characters, Floral, leaf and vine, quarter fan and an oval urn inlay to the front doors and drawers. There are two cabinets (one with a wine rack), long center drawer and a lower warming drawer. There are six reeded and turned legs and rounded corners on the top to match the shape, these are inlaid on the top with a fan design. A beautiful grain mahogany top and string inlays leading to a step up back which is inlaid on the front of the step up. This sideboard has a delightful color and patina. Exquisite piece. Mortise and tenon on the back, brass handles and oak interiors. Circa 1820-1830.
38 in.Hx80 in.Wx26.75 in.D
English mahogany file cabinet with two vertical rows of embossed leather fronted boxes. Each front drops to reveal nice size storage. Great for shoes or other items. The body is made of fine mahogany wood, very solid. This piece has had fading occur but natural sunlight, this gives a unique coloring to the wood. One feature to note are the locking over lapping wooden strips and each one is functional and we have the keys too. This mechanism you see a lot on Wellington chest. Nice sides with no real problems. Solid moldings top and base. Very useful piece with a great look. C. 1920-1940.
41.5″ wide x 14.5″ deep x 66″ tall
19th century English oak and inlaid mule chest which has been converted to a fixed top and two doors opening to reveal cabinet space. This was done to support a TV. There are two functional drawers below the two-door. Great color English oak cabinet with raised arched panels to the front and thick panelled sides. Three board top with a worn patina. Notice the starburst inlay. Ebony and satinwood woods hand cut to form the starburst. There are initials inlaid but not as noticeable in person as in the photograph, circa 1820s.
37.25 in.Hx57 in.Wx22.75 in.D
19th century English marble top painted washstand or side table with an oriental look. Wonderful old paint worn well. Marble no cracks. Nice decorative splash back having six painted porcelain plaques. Two drawers and resting on castors.
40 in.Hx44.5 in.Wx22 in.D
102 cmHx113 cmWx56 cmD
A very high quality 19th century Queen Anne walnut serving sideboard. This server is made of figured bleached walnut and interior quality oak. The server has a breakfront which the centre is set back. Giving the ends a pedestal look. There are two drawers, top one fitted for serving pieces. Two doors which one side a cabinet and sliding shelf, the other has a zinc lined bottle holder. The sides also shaped on the sides beautifully. The aprons all shaped and carved on the front. The brass hardware (well patinated) are distinctive. There are six cabriole legs with pad feet. Exceptional French polish finish. From England, circa 1880.
36.5 in.Hx72 in.Wx25.75 in.D
A handsome 19th century English cordite case with leather carries strap, lid, and a coat of arms on the front. Nice heavy strap for carrying and top leather strap. No locking strap has been broken off. Made of painted canvas. Very nice quality. Cordite was developed for military use at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich and at the Waltham Abbey Royal Gunpowder Mills, from 1889 onwards. Cordite is a product of smokeless propellants made by combining two high explosives: nitrocellulose and nitro-glycerine, it is a double-base propellant. Cordite is classified as an explosive, but it is normally used as a propellant for guns and rockets. This surviving ‘bucket’ is in good condition and makes a fine decorative item. 1900s-1920s
12.5 in. (32 cm)
A fine English walnut breakfront with broken arch pediment. The walnut has a bleach (light appearance) look, but highlighted with the elaborate cut of the wood flaming the grain of the wood. The centre section is set forward from the sides giving it the breakfront. The breakfront has glass shelves to the centre and wooden shelves in the sides and base. There are three drawers which visually separate the top from the base. This breaks down into two pieces and is smaller in size. The breakfront rest upon ogee bracket feet. Circa 1900-1920′s.
85.5 in.Hx68 in.Wx16 in.D
217 cmHx173 cmWx41 cmD
This is a spectacular looking and quality early 20th century English sideboard. Beautiful plum pudding cut mahogany top and front. Even the edging is decorated with matching mahogany. There are three drawers across the front and two tambour doors revealing open storage. The board is resting upon six tapered and inlaid legs ending with brass castors. Sides are solid mahogany and the top is shaped. Multiple woods were used giving this piece extra character. Brass decorated handles show the quality considered in making this unique piece. The size is more of a server size but versatile, circa 1910-1930.
19th century English mahogany needlepoint stool. A handsome little Edwardian mahogany turned leg stool with decorative needlepoint covering. There are brass cap legs. C.1900
19.5 in.Hx15 in.Wx15 in.D
A handsome English pedestal writing desk with brown leather top. Fluted apron designed with rosettas and a center swag highlighted with gold leafing. Functional on one side. The seating side has drawers and a flamed mahogany front and copied on the front side without drawers. Resting on a bracket feet. The top is a dream color and worn to a fantastic patina. This desk is english made and vintage.
47.5″ wide x 29.5″ deep x 30.25″ tall
A Superb 19th Century Fire Fender Brass and Tufted Leather
The fire fender has classical designs with the oval urn plaques. Subtle detail to the corners. This has been professionally re-polished in England and seat reupholstered. Some wear to to the fact is was used! Think of the stories by this fire! Circa 1869-1870
HEIGHT: 16 in. (41 cm)
WIDTH: 4 ft. 6 in. (137 cm)
DEPTH: 17.5 in. (44 cm)
A beautiful carved Victorian Rosewood Canterbury with a single drawer. There are four shaped fretwork dividers with the front one having gadrooned leaf carvings. A Canterbury was originally used to hold sheet music sheets and now they are used as magazine racks. This Canterbury retains its warm original color and patina and has a fresh French polish. Circa 1850.
A fine and elegant satinwood bench with a lift seat. This bench has been hand painted with a trophy design to the front apron, legs with bell flowers, supports with acanthus leaf, and all over paintings. A striking work of art. There are two rolled arms with stretchers between. Storage for sheet music. Purchased in England. C.1880-1900
seat height – 19.75″
An outstanding late 19th century Sheraton style oval center table from mahogany wood. Gorgeous Patina and carvings. The edge has detailed carvings all around the table top. The frieze is decorated with the shell motif and bell flowers. The frieze is divided by panels with urn and scroll design. There are four legs tapered and carved with a swag design, bell flowers, rosettas and ending in a block foot. There is a delightful x-stretcher and centered with a complimentary oval support. C.1890-1900.
Here is a fine vintage bench-made English linen press. There are two doors which swing all the way to the side on a jack-knife hinge. Each door has two raised panels with burl walnut featured. These doors open to reveal three adjustable shelves. The top of the press has a detailed broken arch pediment, and arched on each side too. Below the cabinet there is a writing slide and a 2 over 2 drawer configuration with burl walnut front and banding. The lower drawer has a concave starburst inlay. The press rest upon four ogee bracket feet. This piece was made in England and sold here in USA, then purchased back from the client. Very high quality piece!
HEIGHT: 7 ft. 9 in. (236 cm)
WIDTH: 4 ft. 2 in. (127 cm)
DEPTH: 27 in. (69 cm)