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18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Sideboard

1503201918th Century George III Antique Serpentine Sideboard 26½D 64W 35½H _1.JPG

18th century George III period mahogany serpentine fronted sideboard standing on six square reeded legs. This sideboard has been made using a selection of well figured mahogany with flame mahogany used for the drawer fronts. The top is made from a single huge sheet of timber. There are three drawers including a wine drawer with removable bottle holder and also a cupboard hidden behind dummy drawer fronts. Unusually there are also dummy drawer fronts complete with handels on the sides of the sideboard as well.

English circa 1790 £3800

26½" / 67cm deep
64" / 163cm wide
35½" / 90cm high

18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Bookcase

1503201918th Century Antique Bookcase 43W max 93½H max 13D max 1.JPG

18th century George III period mahogany antique bookcase with two glazed drawers above two cupboards. This is a really wonderful bookcase with lots of things that set it above the rest. The cornice is an especially well drawn and generously shaped version of the broken arch pediment design. The astral glazing is reeded and has a pleasing curve at the top where it comes together with its neighbour. Each of the lower doors has an oval made of flame mahogany with mitred corners. There is box wood stringing which follows the ovals and rectangular boxwood stringing which follows the outer shape of the doors and around the cornice. The whole bookcase is usefully narrow front to back so it will not encroach too far into the drawing room, which also makes it ideal for a landing or corridor. The shelves are adjustable in both the top and the base.
This bookcase is a really lovely piece of furniture which looks its best when viewed first hand. It is a top quality piece that will really stand out in even the grandest country house drawing room.

English circa 1790 £12800

43" / 109cm wide
93½" 238cm high
13" / 33cm deep

18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Tripod Table

1403201919th century regency mahogany antique tripod table 30 wide 29¾ 27h _11.JPG

18th Century George III period mahogany antique tripod table. This is a nice old table with good colour and patination, neatly turned column and shapely leg which runs parallel to the ground before terminating with a good pointed toe.
This table is also slightly lower than normal which may be more useful in the modern home.

English circa 1790 £680

30" / 76cm wide
29¾" / 75cm deep
27" / 69 cm high

19th Century George IV Period Mahogany Antique Extending Breakfast Dining Table

1403201919th Century George IV Mahogany Extending Antique Breakfast Table Dining Table 60 long 135¾ long 54 wide 28½ high leaves 26½ 26½ 22¼ _24.jpg

19th century George IV period mahogany antique extending breakfast dining table standing on central four splay base. This is an extremely strong and versatile dining table which can be adjusted to seat from four up to a comfortable twelve (or fourteen with either two at each end or one at each end without side plates). The leaves can be stored inside the table itself which is extremely rare for a table of this period and is quite an achievement when the sheer size and weight of the leaves is taken into consideration. The timber used for this table is second to none, it is a dense grained, slow growing mahogany with excellent grain pattern and beautiful parallel lines. The leaves are original thank goodness, as this size of leaf is very hard to find and extremely expensive to replace nowadays. The discrepancy between the colour of the leaves and the table ends will no longer be evident following restoration, so please do not worry about that.
This table represents a remarkable feat of engineering, as it has to be designed specifically to take the weight of the leaves which are unsupported at the ends, but also has to be manufactured to a very high tolerance in order to eradicate the natural movement in the mechanism which a legged table would be able to get away with. I could go on, but in conclusion would like to say that this is a really special table, wonderful timber, a fantastic design and it is really impressive both visually and from a constructional standpoint.

English circa 1830 £16500

11 18 03

60" / 153cm long closed
135¾" / 344cm long max
54" / 137cm wide
28½" / 72cm high
The leaves:
26½" / 67cm
26½" / 67cm
22¼" / 57cm

19th Century George IV Period Mahogany Antique Extending Breakfast Dining Table

1303201919th Century George IV Mahogany Extending Antique Breakfast Table Dining Table 60 long 135¾ long 54 wide 28½ high leaves 26½ 26½ 22¼ _24.jpg

19th century George IV period mahogany antique extending breakfast dining table standing on central four splay base. This is an extremely strong and versatile dining table which can be adjusted to seat from four up to a comfortable twelve (or fourteen with either two at each end or one at each end without side plates). The leaves can be stored inside the table itself which is extremely rare for a table of this period and is quite an achievement when the sheer size and weight of the leaves is taken into consideration. The timber used for this table is second to none, it is a dense grained, slow growing mahogany with excellent grain pattern and beautiful parallel lines. The leaves are original thank goodness, as this size of leaf is very hard to find and extremely expensive to replace nowadays. The discrepancy between the colour of the leaves and the table ends will no longer be evident following restoration, so please do not worry about that.
This table represents a remarkable feat of engineering, as it has to be designed specifically to take the weight of the leaves which are unsupported at the ends, but also has to be manufactured to a very high tolerance in order to eradicate the natural movement in the mechanism which a legged table would be able to get away with. I could go on, but in conclusion would like to say that this is a really special table, wonderful timber, a fantastic design and it is really impressive both visually and from a constructional standpoint.

English circa 1830 £16500

11 18 03

60" / 153cm long closed
135¾" / 344cm long max
54" / 137cm wide
28½" / 72cm high
The leaves:
26½" / 67cm
26½" / 67cm
22¼" / 57cm

Set of Five Early Victorian Rosewood Dining Chairs

090320195 Rosewood Antique Dining Chairs 35 or 89cm high 19 or 44cm deep 18 or 46cm hs 18 or 46cm wide _1.JPG

Buy four get one free!

Set of five early Victorian antique dining chairs. These would be useful as a set of four with one free spare and are priced as such. These chairs are in reasonable shape with just a couple of chips from the base of the legs. They are sold in the condition that they came to us, so please ask for more photos or come and see them before buying if possible. These chairs are a very fine example of this genre and so they do stand up well to close inspection. The carving is more crisp than most balloon backs, the rosewood is dense grained and hard and there are the early type of corner stretchers underneath.

English circa 1850 £350

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35" / 89cm high
19" / 44cm deep
18" / 46cm high seat
18" / 46cm wide

Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Four Splay Three Pedestal Antique Dining Table

090320193 Pedestal Antique Dining Table 136 long 53½ wide 28 high 26½ and 26¼ leaves 27 each end 29 middle _14.JPG

Early 19th century Georgian mahogany three pedestal antique dining table. This is an elegant table made of large sheets of very fine quality solid mahogany. The edge of the top and legs are delicately moulded, the latter ending with interesting gilt brass toe caps and casters. This table has two removable leaves and the tops tilt for ease of movement and storage, especially useful for dinner dances. This is a really good table with a great provenance. It is photographed here as it came in to us prior to restoration. Restoration is included in the price, please enquire about restoration options and shipping times.

English circa 1810 £28000

10 18 06

136" / 345cm long
53½"/ 136cm wide
28" / 72cm high
26½" / 67cm
27" / 69cm each end
29" / 74cm the central table

Provenance:

Sotheby's New York, circa 1988
Charlton Hall 2018, South Carolina collection

This three-pedestal dining table was in the main house at Spendthrift Farm, Lexington, Kentucky. During its heyday, Spendthrift, under the ownership of the legendary Leslie Coombs, was one of America's premier Thoroughbred farms. Coombs was a consummate promoter, and luminaries such as Princess Margaret, Henry Kissinger, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Arden, Louis B. Mayer, President of MGM Studios, among many others, dined at this table.

Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Campaign Wardrobe

0703201919th century antique flatpack wardrobe 26 or 66cm deep 51 or 130cm wide 82¼ or 209cm high and 58 or 22¾cm inside depth _9.JPG

Early 19th century Regency mahogany antique campaign wardrobe with hanging space above two drawers. This is a good looking wardrobe with an elegant cornice and splay legs. The mahogany is a good colour with interesting grain and it will look really wonderful when the restorers have finished with it. This wardrobe comes apart very easily, so it should fit up even the smallest staircase. Also useful for gentlemen when waging historical wars abroad. Restoration is included in the price, please ask about shipping charges.

English or Channel Islands circa 1815 £3800

08 18 07

26" / 66cm deep
51" / 130cm wide
82¼" / 209cm high
58" / 22¾cm inside depth

Three Pedestal Regency Mahogany Antique Dining Table

040320193 Pedestal Antique Dining Table 126½ long 54¼ deep 29½ high _1.JPG

Early nineteenth century Regency antique mahogany dining table. This is a good scale table with three four splay feet under each crisply turned pillar support. The colour and timber are very good and this is an impressive table of a quality to match the finest dining room. The blocks of this table have been replaced at some point and not by us, which has the benefit of raising the height to a more contemporary level. Restoration is included, so please ask about polishing and waxing options, or anything else for that matter.

English circa 1810 £24500

09 18 06

126½" / 321cm long
54¼" / 138cm deep
29½" / 75cm high

Pair of Grafton Armchairs made by Howard and Sons

07022019Antique Howard and Sons P Graftons 32d frame 29w frame 40d max 35h approx 13hs approx _1.JPG

Pair of antique armchairs made by Howard and Sons of London. This pair are the shape of Grafton chairs except with a P shaped arm. As can be seen in the photographs, one of these is plain back and one is button back. Howard chairs were available with plain back, button back, waisted back or the siege de duvet system. Included in the cost is full restoration to any of the above finishes. Siege de duvet is my favourite.

English circa 1900 £15800

Prov. Stamped Howard & Sons Berners Street.

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