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A Mid 19th Century Oak Desk Chair

A mid Victorian oak desk chair.

The shaped seat raised on turned front legs with swept rears joined by a crinoline stretcher, buttoned leather upholstery.

Highly original with a pleasing surface patina.

British, Circa 1860.

We have another mahogany desk chair by the same maker in stock.

H:97 W:60 D:59 CM (Seat height 43 cm)

H:38.1 W:23.8 D:23.2 INCHES (Seat Hight 17.6 inches)



A Dugdills Industrial Desk Lamp

Stepped cast iron base with factory casting mark, adjustable steel support with a vitreous enamel shade.

English, 50s.

H:80 W:26 D:44 CM

H:31.4 W:16.2 D:17.3 INCHES.

Rewired and pat tested.



A Regency Mahogany Armchair

Handsome late Regency mahogany armchair.

Dry surface with well defined and unusual stylistic nuances.

English, circa 1820.

H:88 W:52 D:53 CM (Seat Height 45 cm)

H:34.6 W:20.5 D:20.9 INCHES (Seat Height 17.6 inches)



A Pair of Hillebrand Desk Lamps

A pair of desk lamps by Egon Hillebrand.

Germany, 1960s.

H:33 W:31 D:20 CM.

H:13 W:12 D:8 INCHES.

Price shown is for the pair, rewired and pat tested.



A Chinese Export Black Lacquer Occasional Table

The faded decoration to the circular top shows traditional village life with a group parading a Chinese dragon, men in boats and Pagoda roofed buildings surrounded by swirling foliage, birdcage mechanism tilt top supported on a turned and decorated pillar with animalistic feet to the quatrefoil base.

Circa 1820

H:75 W:91 D:91 CM

H:29.5 W:35.8 D:35.8 INCHES




A 19th Century Portrait of a Boy With Pet Pigeon

The seated boy feeding cherries to a tethered pet pigeon.

Signed, G. Reines, 1849.

H:85 W:69 D:5 CM.

H:33.5 W:27.1 D:2 INCHES.




A Pair of Wrought Iron Tables

A pair of wrought iron industrial tables.

The sheet iron top above splayed legs with cross stretchers.

Excellent condition throughout.

Particularly good as consoles.

English, circa 1900.

Price shown is for the pair.

H:68 W:149.5 D:51.5 CM

H:26.8 W:58.8 D:20 INCHES



A Pair of Decorated 19th Century Chests

A pair of painted & decorated pine chests of drawers.

Naively decorated with Japanese garden scenes.

Each chest having two short drawers over two long, all original handles, raised on bracket feet.

English, Circa 1860. 

Price is for the pair.

H:80 W:85 D:44 CM

H:31 W:33.5 D:17.3 INCHES



A George III Tilt Top Chinoiserie Table

An English Chinoiserie decorated mahogany tilt top table.

Circa 1820.

H:73 W:61 D:46 CM

H:28.8 W:24 D:18 INCHES



A 19th century Painted Country Table

A low painted prep table.

Friendly little thing with great paint.

English, circa 1870.

H:61 W:71 W:49 CM

H:24 W:28 D:19.2 INCHES



An Oversized 19th Century Desk Chair

The painted pine frame raised on a revolving base with brass castors, the seat would have originally had a squab cushion below the backrest which retains its original oiled cloth upholstered backrest.

Extraordinary scale, completely untouched and clearly a one off made for a large frame.

Circa 1840. 

H:88 W:86 D:63 CM (Seat Height 37 cm)

H:34.7 W:33.9 D:24.8 INCHES (Seat Height 14.6 inches)




A 19th Century Desk Chair

A mid Victorian mahogany desk chair.

The shaped seat raised on turned front legs with swept rears joined by a crinoline stretcher, original buttoned oil cloth upholstery.

Highly original with a pleasing surface patina.

British, Circa 1860.

We have another desk chair by the same maker in stock.

H:97 W:61 D:47 CM (Seat Height 47 cm)

H:38.2 W:24 D:22.9 INCHES (Seat Height 18.5 inches)



An Ashanti Stool

A hardwood Ashanti stool.

African, 1960s.

H:41 W:52 D:23 CM (Seat hight 36 cm)

H:16 W:26.5 D:9 CM (Seat Height 14.2 inches)



A Large 19th Century Column Table Lamp

A large patinated bronze classical column table light.

English, Circa 1840.

Wired for electricity and pat tested.

H:67 W:17 D:17 CM

H:26.3 W:6.6 D:6.6 INCHES



A George IV Chinese Amboyna Desk

The shaped cornice above a fitted bureau-bookcase enclosed behind solid doors, the central desk drawer has a ratcheted writing slope and is flanked by three graduated drawers to each pedestal, all drawers have their original turned ebony handles, the base of the drawers showing Chinese lettered numbers, raised on ebony hairy lions paw feet.

Working locks with keys.

Handsome with a gently faded patina, unmolested throughout.

Circa, 1830-40.

Breaks down to four sections for removal.

H:155 W:108 D:64 CM.

H:61 W:42.5 D:25.1 INCHES.




A Painted Faux Specimen Marble Occasional Table

The circular top decorated with sixteen radiating faux marble sections, facetted tapering column on a quatrefoil base with bun feet.

Excellent unrestored condition. 

English, circa 1835.

H:74 W:41 D:41 CM

H:29 D:16 D:16 INCHES




A Liberty Side Table

A hexagonal oak side or “reading” table retailed by Liberty of London in super condition.

Early 20th century.

H:56 W:53 D:53 CM

H:22.9 W:20.8 D:20.8 INCHES




A Faux Bois Grotto Chair by Clayton

A faux bois terracotta grotto seat with strawberry planting pockets.

Two imprinted makers stamps to the seat.

English, late 19th to early 20th century 

H:87 W:53 D:56 CM (Seat Height 51 cm).



A Benson Table Lamp

A brass table or wall light in the manner of W.A.S. Benson.

English, circa 1900-1910.

Rewired with three core fabric covered cable and pat tested.

H:39 W:17 D:17 CM

H:15.2 W:6.9 D:6.9 INCHES



A Plaster Relief of The Falling Warrior

A well patinated plaster relief of the "Falling Warrior". 

The marble original was found in Piraeus and dated 101bc-200bc, this plaster relief was produced by the Staatliche Museen, Berlin, circa 1960. 

H:69 W:63 D:13 CM

H:27 W:24.8 D:5.3 INCHES.

Here a wounded Greek warrior collapses to the ground after being struck a mortal blow from behind. The dying warrior’s noble countenance, the fillet or ribbon tied around his forehead, and his powerful, athletic body epitomize what Pheidias and his pupils sought to project as the ideal of mature male dignity in the decade when Athens was at the height of its power in the eastern Mediterranean world. Some five centuries later, collectors such as the Roman emperor Hadrian sought this Pheidian style, translated from a circular golden shield to a rectangular marble relief, to decorate their palaces and villas. Athenian sculptors of the Roman era made a good living creating and exporting such memories of past glories. This relief and a number of others were found near Athens in the harbor of Piraeus, where they had been lost in a disaster, likely while awaiting shipment.



A Brass & Rosewood Three Tier Eatgere

The galleried upper tier above two corresponding well figured rosewood shelves, brass column supports with ball finial and brass castors  

English, circa 1910.

H:71 W:37 D:37 CM

H:28 W:14.6 D:14.6 INCHES



A Patinated Brass Column Table Lamp

Fabulous colour.

English, late 19th century.

H:46 W:14.5 D:14.5 CM

H:18 W:5.6 D:5.6 INCHES.

Rewired with three core fabric covered cable and pat tested.




A Mahogany George III Stool

The dished saddle seat on square legs with H stretcher.

Untouched original example.

English, circa 1780-90.


H:45 W:54 D:42 CM

H:18 W:21.2 D:16.5 INCHES




An extraordinary one off oversized cricket bat, polished teak with a string-bound handle. 

 H:174 W:24 D;12 CM

H:68.5 W:9.6 D:4.8 INCHES



The Charioteer

Oil on canvas.


H:84 W:69 D:2 CM

H:33 W:27.1 D:0.8 INCHES



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