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An Important William and Mary Cabinet

This rare oyster veneered olivewood cabinet in two parts is of particularly small size and extensively decorated with geometric stringing. The top section doors open to reveal a cupboard surrounded by eleven small drawers.

English. Circa 1690.

Walnut Bureau (with bun feet)

The fitted interior with drawers and central cupboard.
Cross-banded and feathered. Brass fitted handles on the sides.

101 cm High, 103 cm Wide, 59 cm Deep

English. Circa 1720.

Chairs after a design by Daniel Marot

From a set of eight walnut chairs. A rare and important set in fine condition with old velvet tufted fringing seat coverings. Similar to sets in the tradition of Daniel Marot in the collections of Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam and Hampton Court.


A fine William and Mary walnut stool.

Supported on four faceted legs joined by shaped serpentine stretchers. Very good colour and upholstered in 17th century velvet.

English. Late 17th century.

Walnut Gateleg Table

A large walnut gateleg table in fine state and with good colour. Walnut gateleg tables of this size and period are comparatively uncommon and to acquire one in this condition with good colour is rare.

Height 71 cm. Width open 125 x 135 cm.

English. Circa 1700.