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An Early 19th Century Campaign Chest.

English circa 1820.

A fine mahogany chest of drawers with flush inset brass handles & brass carry handles to the sides on finely turned feet.


Dimensions: 102cm (40”) high; 100cm (39.5”) wide, 51cm (20") deep.



A 19th Century Dwarf Bookcase.

English Circa 1830

The rosewood bookcase with brass inlay on a plinth base. Adjustable shelves.

Dimensions: 99.5cm (39.25") high; 86.5cm (34") wide; 27.5cm (10.75") deep.


A George III Painted Corner Cupboard

English circa 1800.

The overscaled cupboard with dentil cornice above fluted pilasters & arched doorway above base doors.

Original paint finish.

Dimensions: 266cm (105") high; 133cm (52") wide; 88cm (34.5) deep.

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A Rare Large George I Oak Spice Cabinet.

English circa 1720.

The moulded arched cornice with carved flower patrae above an arched fielded panel door, opening to a guilloche frieze above an arrangement of drawers & pigeon holes, moulded plinth base.

Dimensions: 75cm (29.5") high; 74cm (29") wide; 29cm (11.5") deep.

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An Unusual 19th Century Display Cabinet.

English circa 1860.

A faux mahogany half round case, with three shelves, curved glass hinged door.

Dimensions: 122cm (48") high; 43cm (17") wide; 21.5cm (8.5") deep.


A George III Mahogany Chest on Chest.

English circa 1770.

Of exceptional quality. The dentil cornice above ten graduated drawers flanked by fluted columns, on moulded base with bracket feet. 

Possibly from the workshop of Thomas Chipendale.


Dimensions: 167cm (70”) high; 121.5cm (48”) wide; 59cm (23 ¼”) deep.


        An Early 19th Century Canterbury.

                              English circa 1820.

    The finely reeded three compartment mahogany        box, above finely turned tapering legs, on brass                                            castors.

             Attributed: Gillows, Lancaster.


   Dimensions: 52cm(20.5") high; 44cm (17.25") wide;                                  39cm (15.25") deep.



A  Slender George II Oak Corner Cupboard.

English circa 1750.

In two parts, the upper-section with a fielded three-panelled door enclosing six shelves, the lower-section comprising a single fielded panelled door enclosing two further shelves, on plinth base. 

Of good original colour.

Dimensions: 200cm (79") high; 79cm (31") wide; 39cm (15") deep.

A Rare George II Mahogany Bookcase.

English circa 1750.

The broken dentil pediment centred by a finely carved urn, reeded frieze with elaborate roundels and unusual acorn detailing, above a central pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, on plinth base. Formerly inset into a panelled interior.

Dimensions: 131cm (51.5") high; 99cm (39") wide; 36cm (14") deep.

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