Country House Furniture
Our Country House Furniture is a delightful mix of English and French restored and unrestored peices that would sit beautifully in any country House. All of our peices are genuine antiques and some have been sympathetically restored.
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It measures 17” (43cm) tall and in original antique condition with some of the gilding remaining on the lobbed and pointed base. The candle holder has a central plaque with cut out leaf decoration and an engraved and matted centre.
Made in the style of Robert Adam in the early 20th century the outer mirror border is divided by floral motifs.
The frame is decorated with sweeping scrolls, sea shell and floral motifs.
There are some losses but the overall impression is country house.
They are 22” (56cm) tall with baluster turned central column and circular base standing on bun feet. The bases are cast iron loaded so that they are very stable.
This late 17th century coffer is in remarkably good condition having never been repaired or altered.
It has a 1” thick 3 plank top with original pin hinges.
The raised three panel front has a central lozenge to each panel with finely carved mouldings.
It has three circular cabriole legs terminating in pad feet with steel and leather castors
This George III mahogany tallboy was made in the late 18th century. It retains its original dark mahogany colour and has an attractive patina and is in excellent antique condition ready for use.
The top has a thumb moulded edge and below this are two short and four long drawers.
It has a beautiful polished top showing the quality of the mahogany and richness of colour