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An early comb-back Windsor chair with shaped top rail and simple turned legs. Circa 1770.
An elegant Victorian oak library chair upholstered in a light beige linen.
An elegant 19th century mahogany library table bearing the maker's stamp of Holland & Sons.
An 18th century comb-back Windsor chair with eared cresting rail and bent arm-bow construction.
A rare primitive 18th century oak and ash three legged yoke-back Windsor chair.
A late 19th century oriental hardwood table inlaid with rose coloured marble.Intricate hand carved detail.
An elegant mahogany extendable dining table. Circa 1870. The table extends by means of a patented winding mechanism controlled by a handle. The table has been passed down through the generations of a Jersey, Channel Islands family until more recently the selling of the family home necessitated bringing the table to England.
A late 18th century mahogany corner chair with a leather upholstered slot in seat.
Delightful pair of oils on panels in gilt frames of fishing boats heading out and off the Dorset coast by Carl Strauss.
An absolutely stunning George III satinwood and fruitwood side table featuring a beautiful octagonal top.
A stunning set of 6 Gothic oak dining chairs, beautifully upholstered in a luxurious cream leather.
Clean, unfussy lines suggest a provincial maker for this pair of Chippendale design newly upholstered chairs.
A larger Japanese porcelain charger principally decorated with birds, trees and flowers. Fully marked on the reverse.
A table from British India, probably made in Bombay from Rosewood in the 1830’s and recreating Regency home life in the Sub Continent. Measurements: W 60...