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Red Velvet Gypsy Table

A mahogany Gypsy table with a faded red fringed cover.

English late 19th century.



Club Fender

A bronzed brass club fender with studded leather seat.

English 1950s.



Church Candle Drawers

A tall flight of eleven drawers used in a central liverpool church to store candles in.

Roughly and unevenly made, hand painted with various old repairs. 

Early 20th century.

H:182 W:44 D:62 CM.



Folk Art Mirror

French pique assiette mirror (mosaic incorporating broken pottery and crockery) incorporated into a chip carved tramp art frame, original distressed mirror plate.

Highly original example and very decorative.

France early 20th century.

H:79 W:90 D:8 CM.



Cluny Castle Chandelier

A steel and brass ring chandelier of exceptional quality.

Circa 1900.

Provenance.. Cluny Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.  

H:104 W:85 D:85 CM.




Ebonised Card Tables

A pair of ebonised card tables.

Both have a fold over swivel top with faded but original baize, turned and fluted column supports raised on cabriole legs.

English 1870s.

H:75 W:95 D:48 (Extended) 96 CM.



Fringed Ottoman

A tapestry covered ottoman or footstool.

Repeat pattern upholsterey with long fringed concave sides raised turned legs with brass and pot castor.

Possibly by James Shoolbred.

English 1860s.

H:40 W:66 D:66 CM.



Hairpin Stacking Chairs

Six hairpin legged stacking chairs with moulded resin and timber seats.

Eastern European 1960s. 

H:80 W:45 D:48 CM. Seat height is 45cm.

Price is for the six.



Wheatsheaf Wall Light

Gilt metal wheat sheaf wall light.

Italian 60s.

H:40 D:26 D:12 CM.

Rewired and pat tested.



Stepped Opaline

A large stepped opaline glass pendant light.

Original patinated copper gallery. Chain and ceiling hook.

Rewired and pat tested.

English 1920s.

From 1 -to 2 = 12"      30cm

Circumference 8"        20cm

From 1 to the top of the ceiling Mount @ 22"      56cm



Opaline Globe pendants

Globe opaline glass pendant lights on short chrome stems (ceiling mounted).

English, 1950s.

H:38 (incl. stem) W:30 D:30 CM.

Rewired and pat tested.



Single Church Chair

A single well designed steamed ply church chair.

English 1970s.

H:74 W:49 W:50 CM

Seat Hight 42 CM



Pair of Brass Table Lamps

A pair of tall turned brass table lamps.

20th century.

H:57 W:18 D:18 CM.

Rewired and pat tested.



B&H Mirrored Pendants

Factory work lights manufactured by B & H of Birmingham.

Folded steel shade with mirrored interior, one light has had all mirrors replaced.

English 1950s.

Rewired and pat tested, supplied with suspension chain and ceiling hook.

Three available, price is per light.

H:22 W:30 D:30 CM.



Teardrop Holophane

Teardrop Holophane pendant light

Original polished brass gallery. Minor chips to the shades.

English 1930s.

One available.

Rewired and pat tested, supplied with matching suspension chain and ceiling hook.

H:22 W:12 D:12 CM.



Single Opaline Pendant

Opaline glass pendant with gold painted steel gallery.

English 1920s.

H:27 W:28 D:28 CM.

Rewired and pat tested, supplied with suspension chain and ceiling hook.



Church Bells



Large H: 55 W:42 D:42 CM

Small H:37 W:35 D:35 CM




A pair of tall painted timber columns.

English late 19th century.

H:141 W:64 D:64 CM.

Price is for the pair.



Aesthetic Movement Centre Table

Aesthetic movement centre table.

Ebonised and parcel gilt with painted decoration to the spandrels and end blocks.

English 1870s, probably by Gillows.

H:73 W:91 D:49 CM.



Flame stitch Ottoman

A bespoke ottoman created using the very best English manufactured materials.

Covered in English silk flame stitch fabric.

New timber frame with horse hair upholstery, raised on quality Cope castors

H:36 W:126 D:65 CM.



Shoolbred Armchair

A low purple leather open armchair manufactured by James Shoolbred, Tottenham Court Road, London.

Completely original barr the back panel, turned legs and arm supports, brass castors.

English 1880s.

H: W:70 D:75 CM.

Set Height 32 CM.



Scroll ended Regencey Day Bed

A 19th century daybed, standing on turned tapering legs and the original castors.

Retaining its original painted decoration and linen under upholsterey.

English circa 1800.

H:88 W:69 D:210 CM.

The Regency in Great Britain was a period when King George III was deemed unfit to rule and his son ruled as his proxy as Prince Regent. On the death of George III in 1820, the Prince Regent became George IV. The term Regency (or Regency era) can refer to various stretches of time; some are longer period than the decade of the formal Regency which lasted from 1811–1820. The period 1795 to 1837, which includes the latter part of the reign of George III and the reigns of his sons George IV and William IV, is often attributed as the Regency era characterised by distinctive trends in British architecture, literature, fashions, politics, and culture. The Regency era ended in 1837 when Queen Victoria succeeded William.



Bespoke Emboidered Ottoman

A bespoke ottoman created using the very best English manufactured materials.

Covered with a pure wool embroidery to a cotton backed fabric in a original Georgian design.

New timber frame with horse hair upholstery, raised on quality Cope castors.

H:37 W:130 D:70 CM




Carved Oak Pillaster

A single carved oak pilaster.

The base profusely carved with flowers and woodland creatures.

Scottish, circa 1880.

H:255 W:24 D:10 CM



Stacking Bureau Bookcase

A stacking bureau bookcase.

Six graduated sections with a drawer base.

English, 1920s.

H:220 W:87 D:32 CM.