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Howard and Sons Grantley Sofa

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Antique Howard and Sons sofa, Grantley model. This sofa has high sides and back which is cosy in front of a fire. The high sides are sprung and have built in down cushions so when sat on sideways with feet up the arm is as supportive and comfortable as the back. These are library photographs, the sofa that we have is half naked at the restorers.

English circa 1890 £13,500
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19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Side Table

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Regency mahogany antique side board or serving table. This table has faded to a fashionable pale honey colour while retaining a good patina. Photographed here before restoration, this table can be restored by our in house restorers to your specification. Choose from a light revive and wax to a full re-polish.

English circa 1810 £1,800
TGH 17 3 3

56cm / 22" deep
122cm / 48" wide
75cm / 29½" high

19th Century Mahogany Antique Sideboard Table

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Regency mahogany antique side board or serving table. This table has faded to a fashionable pale honey colour while retaining a good patina. Photographed here before restoration, this table can be restored by our in house restorers to your specification. Choose from a light revive and wax to a full re-polish.

English circa 1810 £1,800
TGH 17 3 3

56cm / 22" deep
122cm / 48" wide
75cm / 29½" high

19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Serving Table

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Regency mahogany antique side board or serving table. This table has faded to a fashionable pale honey colour while retaining a good patina. Photographed here before restoration, this table can be restored by our in house restorers to your specification. Choose from a light revive and wax to a full re-polish.

English circa 1810 £1,800
TGH 17 3 3

56cm / 22" deep
122cm / 48" wide
75cm / 29½" high

19th Century Mahogany Antique Serving Table Wash Stand Dressing Table

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19th century mahogany serving table, side table or dressing table with gallery to stop things falling off the back. This is very useful for all applications, but especially when used as a dressing table as it stops the mirror being pushed too far back. The beauty of this table is in the elegant lines and the deliberate lack of embellishment. There is no superfluous carving, no cockbeading and no gold trim. It is not the superficial things that make this table stand out from the rest, it the intrinsic qualities. It is the quality of the timber with the wonderful grain pattern, it is the mahogany drawer linings, is the the precision construction that means that the drawers run smoothly with no need for cock beading. This table has slender legs, a thin frieze and nice pair of handles. Who could ask for more.

English circa 1840

52cm / 20½" deep
108cm / 42½" wide
76cm / 30" high
85cm / 33½" high

19th Century Mahogany Antique Serving Table Wash Stand Dressing Table

Antique Mahogany Dressing Table Washstand Attrib Gillow 20½d 42½w 30h 33½h 1.JPG

19th century mahogany serving table, side table or dressing table with gallery to stop things falling off the back. This is very useful for all applications, but especially when used as a dressing table as it stops the mirror being pushed too far back. The beauty of this table is in the elegant lines and the deliberate lack of embellishment. There is no superfluous carving, no cockbeading and no gold trim. It is not the superficial things that make this table stand out from the rest, it the intrinsic qualities. It is the quality of the timber with the wonderful grain pattern, it is the mahogany drawer linings, is the the precision construction that means that the drawers run smoothly with no need for cock beading. This table has slender legs, a thin frieze and nice pair of handles. Who could ask for more.

English circa 1840 £1,250

52cm / 20½" deep
108cm / 42½" wide
76cm / 30" high
85cm / 33½" high

George III Period Antique Mahogany Folding Tea Table

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George III period antique mahogany folding tea table. This table is made of very fine quality mahogany which as faded to a deep golden colour with very good deep patina. Unusually there is a useful drawer in the frieze. The legs are tapered with moulding running down the length. The back legs and gate action has been replaced so the knuckle joints are strong and the legs have been extended to make the table a useful height. All in all a very beautiful table that has been updated to make it usable in a modern environment.

English circa 1780 £650

46cm / 18" deep closed
90cm / 35½" deep open
92cm / 36" wide
73cm / 28½" high

19th Century Regency Rosewood Antique Sofa Table

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Early nineteenth century Regency rosewood antique sofa table. It is impossible to convey adequately how exquisite this table is without resorting to expletives. Instead, here is a list of some of its good points. This table is made of exotic, expensive and very fine cut of rosewood which has faded to a desirable golden colour. It has crossbanding, it has double stringing round the top, it has Greek key pattern in boxwood. It is very narrow in depth. It has almost perfect forty five degree angle splay to the legs, which run to parallel with the floor at the end. It has very narrow frieze and thin supports that elevate it above a normal sofa table. It has precision hand cut dovetails on all four corners of each drawer. It has drawer linings made of finest mahogany. It has two end supports each side instead of just one. It is free standing with false drawers on the reverse. Restoration is included in the price. Let us know your requirement.

English circa 1810 £3,800

61cm / 24" deep
94cm / 37" wide min
146cm / 57½" wide max
71cm / 28" high

18th George III Period Mahogany Antique Sideboard

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18th century George III period mahogany estate desk. The estate desk was originally intended for use without a chair, so makes a very useful bedroom piece to use as a dessing table with mirror on top if there is no room for a chair, or as a small sideboard for the dining room as it is the perfect height at which to stand to serve.

English circa 1790 £2,800

41½" wide
33½" high
21" deep

18th Century George III Period Antique Estate Desk

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18th century George III period mahogany estate desk. The estate desk was originally intended for use without a chair, so makes a very useful bedroom piece to use as a dessing table with mirror on top if there is no room for a chair, or as a small sideboard for the dining room as it is the perfect height at which to stand to serve.

English circa 1790 £2,800

41½" wide
33½" high
21" deep