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Oak Gate Leg Table, Circa 1710

Oak Gate Leg Table, Circa 1710

A very attractive small oak gate leg table. In fine condition and with good patination. English, circa 1710.

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Important Oak Inlaid Cabinet, 1646

Important Oak Inlaid Cabinet, 1646

A rare and important oak inlaid cabinet, an example from a small group of dated cabinets of drawers made between 1646 and 1665. This example is the earliest known from this group. The exterior decoration is in outstanding condition and has good colour. An example of the work can be seen in the Victoria and Albert Museum, dated a few years later. A further cabinet, dated 1647, illustrated in The Dictionary of English Furniture, was in the possession of Consuela Vanderbilt (9th Duchess of Marlborough and later wife of Jacques Balsan). Evidence of construction, timber types used, and architectural detail suggest these cabinets were all made in the same workshop. English, 1646.

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Mahogany Bureau Cabinet, Mid 18th Century

Mahogany Bureau Cabinet, Mid 18th Century

Unusual bureau cabinet in three parts. Top section enclosing bookshelves. Middle section with drawers and compartments behind writing fall. The base with six graduated drawers behind two doors. English, mid 18th century.

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A very attractive set of late 18th century mahogany dining chairs in the Hepplewhite taste

A very attractive set of late 18th century mahogany dining chairs in the Hepplewhite taste

With good colour and in excellent condition. English Circa 1790.

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Eight Single Chairs, Early 19th Century

Eight Single Chairs, Early 19th Century

An attractive set of eight mahogany single chairs. Supported on sabre legs and with veneer insets on the cresting rails. Good colour and very high quality. English, early 19th century.

(One armchair also available. Single and armchair both pictured.)

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Bureau, Circa 1770

Bureau, Circa 1770

Bureau with fitted interior and original fire gilded brasses. In fine original condition. English, circa 1770.

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Mahogany Dumb Waiter

Mahogany Dumb Waiter

An attractive dumb waiter with three tiers supported by a central writhen turned column. The top edges of each tray are inlaid with alternate sections of ebony and holly. Fine colour and condition. English. Circa 1770.

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Travelling Mirror, Early 19th Century

Travelling Mirror, Early 19th Century

Mahogany mirror on rachet mechanism with fold down top. Turned feet and drawer handles. English, early 19th century.

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Oak and Pine Pot Board Dresser, Circa 1790

Oak and Pine Pot Board Dresser, Circa 1790

A good oak and pine pot board dresser with three drawers, on turned front legs and with rack with original brass hooks and backboards. In good condition and with good colour. Handles are later replacements. English, circa 1790.

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Chest of Drawers, Circa 1770

Chest of Drawers, Circa 1770

A fine chest of three long and two short drawers under brushing slide. In the Chippendale manner. Retaining the original brasses and with concealed castors. English, circa 1770.

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Kneehole Desk, Mid 18th Century

Kneehole Desk, Mid 18th Century

A fine quality mahogany kneehole desk in very good state with original brasses and a secretaire drawer. English, mid 18th century.

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