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Large Howard Sofa

1997 Howard Audley Sofa 85w 7ft1w 40d 34d frame 35h 19hs 7.JPG

Very comfortable Howard and Sons Audley model sofa with siege de duvet back and seat cushions.

English 1997 £5800

216cm / 85" / 7ft1" wide
102cm / 40" deep
86cm / 34" deep at frame
89cm / 35" high
48cm / 19" high seat

Pair of Antique Card Tables

1820 Pair Of Antique Card Tables 35 x 35½ open17½ x  x 35½ closed 28½h open 29h closed _6.JPG

This is one of the finest pairs of card tables that we have seen. They were found in wonderfully original condition with no polish left but more importantly with no previous repairs. These antique card tables are very well drawn with absolutely perfect proportions. The timber is a very good colour, a golden brown with no red in it and there is gadrooning in all the right places. The contra foliate scroll brass work is very precisely done, not only on the top it is on the column and is even on the lower frieze which runs around the base. The brass stringing around the edge is a very fine feature which looks good whether the tops are open or closed.
The tops rotate around ninety degrees to reveal a mahogany lined storage space on their way to converting from side table to card table. In fact all the visible wood underneath is mahogany. These really are the nicest pair of card tables that we have seen for a very long time, if ever.

English circa 1815 £12500

89cm x 90cm / 35" x 35½" open
44.5cm x 90cm / 17½" x 35½" closed
72.5cm / 28½" h open
74cm / 29h" closed

Antique Centre Table

1790 Centre Table 55¼w 55¾w 28h _1.JPG

18th century George III period breakfast table or centre table standing on four splay pedestal base. This table is unusual as it is made of satinwood which is an extremely rare and very beautiful timber with a three dimensional quality when viewed first hand. This table has several other desirable aspects to the design, the four splay leg arrangement is the most elegant design, the lack of frieze means maximum leg room for guests and the cross banding detail is a very nice to have.
All in all a very fine table indeed it does not get better that this.

English circa 1790 £9800

SORAR116

140cm / 55¼" wide
142cm / 55¾" wide
71cm / 28" high

Antique Library Chair

1760 Chippendale Armchair 26½w 38h 23d 18hs _4.JPG

Very nice quality George III period mahogany antique library chair in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. This chair has good crisp carving, it is made of fine dense grained timber, it is a grand scale and it has H frame stretchers for added strength.

English circa 1760 £1850

12 19 08 A

66cm / 26½" wide
97cm / 38" high
58cm / 23" deep
46cm / 18" high seat

Set of Twelve Antique Dining Chairs

12 Antique Dining Chairs carver 26w 38h 24d 18hs single 22½w 38h 23d 18hs _7.JPG

Good large scale set of twelve antique dining chairs after the designs of Thomas Chippendale. These are nicely drawn with good crisp carving and they have H frame stretchers for added strength.

English circa 1910 £6800

12 19 08

The carvers
66cm / 26" wide
97cm / 38" high
61cm / 24" deep
46cm / 18" high seat
The singles
57cm / 22½" wide
97cm / 38" high
58cm / 23" deep
46 cm / 18" high seat

Large Aubosson Flat Weave / Tapastery Rug

Aubusson Rug 141 x 217 inches or 11ft9 x 18ft1 or 358cm by 551cm _1.JPG

Large scale wool Aubusson rug with carbouchons, flowers and shell motifs on oyster ground. The rug has faded about the perfect amount without losing all of the colours. This level of wear is desirable because it means that the rug can fit into an existing country house setting, whereas a brand new one could be too bright for its surroundings.

French 20th Century £4800

SORCG005

141" x 217"
11'9" x 18'1"
358cm by 551cm

Aubusson is well known for its tapestry and carpets, which have been famous throughout the world since the 14th century. Its origins were born with the arrival of weavers from Flanders, who took refuge in Aubusson around 1580. There is a famous collection of Aubusson tapestries at Vallon-Pont-d'Arc. The style of the tapestries produced has changed through the centuries, from scenes of green landscapes through to hunting scenes. In the 17th Century, the Aubusson and Felletin workshops were given "Royal Appointment" status. A downturn in fortunes came after the French revolution and the arrival of wallpaper. However, tapestry made something of a comeback during the 1930s, with artists such as Cocteau, Dufy, Dali, Braque, Calder and Picasso being invited to Aubusson to express themselves through the medium of wool. Aubusson tapestry still thrives today, preserving a range of traditional skills.

 

 

Antique Twin Pedestal Dining Table

19th Century Twin Pedestal Antique Dining Table 49¼w 111¾long 28½h 34¾ ends 21 each leaf 2.JPG

Early 19th century twin pedestal antique dining table. This table is a great scale with a generous shape to the base. The columns are crisply turned and the legs are a wonderful shape. It is interesting to try to imagine how many cubic inches of the best mahogany available was wasted to create that leg shape.
There are two removable leaves supported by bearers, so either, neither, or both of the leaves can be used.

George III circa 1805 £6800

12 19 06

125cm / 49¼" wide
284cm / 111¾" long
72cm / 28½" high
88cm / 34¾" ends
53cm / 21" each leaf

Breakfast Table / Centre Table

19th Century Breakfast Table 42 wide 28½ high 3.JPG

Early nineteenth century breakfast table base, the top replaced with a very fine bookmatched burr walnut surrounded with satin wood stringing and mahogany crossbanding. This is a very elegant table with slender base, good knee clearance and a tilt top.

£1650

SORAGH002

42" / 107cm wide
28½ / 72.5cm high

Two Antique Wine Tables / End Tables

19th century antique wine tables 18¾d 17¾d 12½w both 29h 10.JPG

Two very elegant antique mahogany wine tables standing on outstretched tripod base with slender faux bamboo column and rectangular top. These tables can be polished with beeswax to retain the patina or alternatively they can be totally re-polished to almost any shade and shine. Please note that they are slightly different depths.

English circa 1890 £1250

12 19 05

48cm / 18¾" deep
45cm / 17¾" deep
32cm / 12½" wide both
74cm / 29h" high both

Twelve Antique Dining Chairs

12 antique dining chairs carver 21½w 22d 34h single 18½w 20d 34h 18hs 3.JPG

Very fine quality set of twelve early nineteenth century Regency mahogany antique dining chairs. This set of antique chairs are very well drawn with generously curved sabre legs and well proportioned backs and arms. They are a large scale for this period of antique chair design, with good curve to the back rail and so are more comfortable than normal. This set of chairs are made from a good dense cut of Cuban mahogany which is very strong. They also have double tenon joints for additional strength where the legs meet the frame. The woodwork of these chairs will be restored before shipping. The reupholstery is not included, please ask for details if required. This is a really good set of chairs for the money.

English circa 1825 £9800

12 19 09

Carver
21½" / 55cm wide
22" / 56cm deep
34" / 86cm high
Single
18½" / 47cm wide
20" / 51cm deep
34" / 86cm high
18" / 46cm high seat

Huge Howard Chair

1950s Howard Titchfield Chair 47d max 37d tol 32 wide max 33 w arms 34 h 18 hs 20.JPG

Howard and Sons armchair, this chair is the huge and very comfortable Titchfield model which is almost as big as a chaise longue or a day bed! This one is in remarkably good condition still in its original H&S ticking which means that it still has its wonderful down cushions and original springs in place.
This Howard chair was made in October 1966 by George Webb, at one time the director of Howard Chairs. From such illustrious beginnings it must have lead a very charmed life to have survived in such good condition. We found this chair in Ireland and we would love to know the story of where it has been and who owned it for the last fifty eight years.
This might be the actual largest and is definitely the equal largest Howard chair that we have had in stock.

English 1966

04 19 03

120cm / 47" deep max
94cm / 37" deep at frame
82cm / 32" wide at frame
84cm / 33" wide arms
87cm / 34" high
46cm / 18" high seat
 

Howard and Sons Armchair

1950s Howard Titchfield Chair 47d max 37d tol 32 wide max 33 w arms 34 h 18 hs 4.JPG

Howard and Sons armchair, this chair is the huge and very comfortable Titchfield model which is almost as big as a chaise longue or a day bed! This one is in remarkably good condition still in its original H&S ticking which means that it still has its wonderful down cushions and original springs in place.
This Howard chair was made in October 1966 by George Webb, at one time the director of Howard Chairs. From such illustrious beginnings it must have lead a very charmed life to have survived in such good condition. We found this chair in Ireland and we would love to know the story of where it has been and who owned it for the last fifty eight years.
This might be the actual largest and is definitely the equal largest Howard chair that we have had in stock.

English 1966 £9800

04 19 03

120cm / 47" deep max
94cm / 37" deep at frame
82cm / 32" wide at frame
84cm / 33" wide arms
87cm / 34" high
46cm / 18" high seat
 

Antique Wing Chair

1920s Cabriole Leg antique Wing Chair 31w 46½h 28d _1.JPG

Antique wing chair in the Queen Anne style, this chair stands on cabriole legs with pad feet, it is generously proportioned and comfortable. The wings are great to trap the heat in front of the fire and also there to catch you when nodding off.

English circa 1920 £2800

09 18 01

79cm / 31" wide
118cm / 46½" high
71cm / 28" deep

Howard and Sons Footstool

111220191910 Howard Stool _3.JPG

Antique stool made by Howard and Sons of London. This stool is upholstered using Howard & Sons' patented siege de duvet system which means that it is extremely comfortable to sit on, but is also the perfect height on which to rest one's feet. These are very rare indeed, even more so with this shortened square taper leg.

English circa 1910 £2400

HK 002

41cm / 16" high
61cm / 24" wide
61cm / 24" deep

Pair of Easy Armchairs by Howard and Sons of London

101220191910 Pair of Antique Howard and Sons Armchairs 36d max 31d frame 27½w frame 30w max arms 17hs 35h max _15.JPG

A very rare pair of Howard and Sons chairs standing on ball and claw feet. These chairs are large and comfortable. They are stamped Berners Street which is the earlier and most desirable period for these comfortable chairs. There is some writing on the original back cushions but it is hard to make out the name of this chair. They are the same size as a deep seated Bridgewater but they are likely to have a different name with this special order leg. The price includes all restoration to the woodwork and upholstery except for the price of the fabric itself. Please ask about fabric options or simply send us your own fabric at no extra charge.

English circa 1910 £13600

10 19 05

79cm / 31" deep at frame
92cm / 36" deep max
70cm / 27½" wide at frame
76cm / 30" wide max at arms
44cm / 17" high seat
89cm / 35" high max

Upholstered Easy Armchair In The Manner of Howard and Sons

071220191910 Antique Armchair Square Taper Leg Spade Foot Not Stamped 27w 31w 28d 39d 34h 19or19hs _1.JPG

Very comfortable easy armchair standing on square taper legs. This chair is very similar in shape and construction to Howard and Sons Bridgewater chair. It has the same serpentine shape when viewed from the side and the same rake where the back legs are shorter than the front. More importantly it has the same built-in down filled cushions as a Howard Bridgewater, so it is just as comfortable but a little less money. The previous owner said that it was in the famly from new and bought from Heals, but there is no makers name on the chair that we can see. All in all this is a very good chair indeed, there are lots of chairs that look like a Howard chair, but it is only very occasionally that we find one that is as comfortable too.

English circa 1910 £2800

AGH 005
Attributed to Heals of London

69cm / 27" wide frame
79cm / 31" wide max
71cm / 28" deep frame
99cm / 39" deep max
86cm / 34" high max
48cm / 19" high seat

Antique Dining Table Standing On Three Pedestals

antique dining table

Antique dining table dating from around 1825, this George IV period mahogany antique dining table is supported by three pedestals, each with four splay legs and it has two removable leaves to adjust the length of the table to suit the number of guests. This is a grand scale English country house dining table, it is very well drawn and has a real presence when seen first hand.

English circa 1825 £16500

118cm / 46½" deep
315cm / 124" / 10'4" long
72cm / 28½" high as is

Pair of Antique Bookcases

antique bookcase 1.JPG

Pair of early 19th century bookcases in the Gothic style. This is a really wonderful pair of bookcases which provide lots of storage while remaining usefully shallow in depth.

English circa 1825 £8000

10 19 03

117cm / 46" wide
89.5cm / 35¼" high
29cm / 11½" deep

Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Tea Table

031220191820 Regency Mahogany Card Table Tea Table 36w 35½w 17¾d 28½h closed _1.JPG


Early nineteenth century Regency mahogany antique tea table standing on four splay base with a square column. There is ebony stringing to the edge, top, frieze and legs. The timber is a good quality piece of mahogany with lovely grain pattern which has faded to a desirable golden colour.

English circa 1820 £1650

AGH 004

91.5cm / 36" wide
90cm / 35½" wide
45cm / 17¾" deep
72.5cm / 28½" high closed

Early 19th Century Regency Oak Antique Breakfast Table

251120191820 Antique Regency Oak Breakfast Centre Table 53x54w 28½h _7.JPG

Early 19th century Regency antique breakfast table, unusually made from oak with oak crossbanding. The base and leg arrangement is very tastefully drawn, the legs are long and slender with elegant knee and the column has a very pretty stylised flower motif over a reeded section. The edge of the top has an intricately carved decoration around the lower lip of the frieze. The oak is a very nice colour and the crossbanding is made from an especially interesting cut of it with lovely swirling grain pattern.

English circa 1830 £6800

10 19 08

135cm / 53" wide
137cm / 54" wide
72cm / 28.5" high