An Unusual 19th Century Shop 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.

An Unusual Milliner’s Chest.

English Circa 1830


The mahogany reeded top above two deep drawers, central brass ring handles, on a plinth base.

Dimensions: 77cm (30.5") high; 82.5cm (32.5") wide; 43cm (17") deep.

        An unusual Early 19th Century Canterbury.

                              English circa 1820.

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

             Attributed to: Gillows, Lancaster.

 

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

 

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

A Fine George II Mahogany Press Cupboard.

English circa 1730.

The rectangular moulded cornice above a pair of fielded panelled doors enclosing six oak press slides, above two short and one long drawer, on moulded bracket feet. Brass carrying handles to either side. Original metalwork. A rare survival of an original oil wax finish.

Dimensions: 175cm (69") high; 132cm (52") wide; 71cm (28") deep.

An Exceptionally 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.

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.

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.

A George III Mahogany Cabinet.

English circa 1800.

The rectangular moulded cornice above a pair of panelled doors enclosing four cedar press slides, the lower cabinet with conforming doors enclosing six oak-lined graduated drawers with original gilt lacquer handles.

Provenance: Newton Surmaville House, Somerset.

 

Dimensions: 185cm (73") high; 137cm (54") wide; 57cm (22.5") deep.

A Fine George II  Mahogany Bachelor’s Chest.

English circa 1740.

The re-entrant San Domingo mahogany top above two short and two long graduating oak-lined drawers, original metalwork, gilt brass carry handles, bracket feet.

Dimensions: 76cm (30") high; 79cm (31") wide; 48cm (19") deep.

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