Other Antique Furniture

Our antiques are all genuine and have been sympathetically restored to maintain the integrity and value of each piece.
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This beautiful English marquetry dumb waiter was made in the early 19th Century English Style.
It has three circular cabriole legs terminating in pad feet with steel and leather castors. 
Date: circa 1820
Reference: SN737
Price: £1,650
Antique Brass and Walnut Occasional Table
This rare antique ormolu occasional table is made from cast brass which has been gilded to add gold to the surface. The casting is very detailed and some of the original gilding remains in some areas despite its age.
Date: circa 1880
Reference: SN766
Price:  £760
Antique French Kingwood Commode or Chest of Drawers
Antique French Louis XV Style Kingwood Chest of Drawers or Antique French Kingwood Chest of Drawers or Commode. This very good quality antique French commode, or chest of drawers, has a lovely serpentine shape to the front and the sides. 
Date: circa 1880
Reference: SN647
Price: £1,960
Antique Regency Mahogany Sofa Table
This good quality antique Regency sofa table has well figured solid mahogany and cross-banded top. The top has a 'bull-nosed edge and drop flaps to either end supported by the original adjustable supports.
Date: circa 1820
Reference: SN531
Price: £760
Antique Carved Walnut Table Robert Strahan, Dublin
This fabulous antique carved occasional table by Robert Strahan and is carved from solid walnut table. It is in fantastic original condition with beautifully carved detailing. 
Date: circa 1850
Reference: SN740
Price: £2,800
Antique Mahogany Side or Serving Table
A beautiful quality William 1V serving or side table made from the best quality mahogany timbers, this table or small desk is very close to the  style of English furniture makers 'Gillows' of Lancaster. 
It has a beautiful polished top showing the quality of the mahogany and richness of colour
Date: circa 1835
Reference: SN421
Antique Oak Gothic Revival Open Book Case
This freestanding antique oak open bookcase was made in the Gothic Revival Style of the mid-19th Century in the manner associated with A. N. W. Pugin. The shaped sides show the exposed tenons of the top and bottom shelves and at the front, the lower edge has a trefoil cut from the timber.
Date: circa 1870
Reference: SN734

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