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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
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

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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

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

Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Tea Table

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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 £1250

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

Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Card Table

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Early nineteenth century Regency mahogany antique card 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 £1250

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

Pair of Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Dining Chairs

031220191820 Pair of Regency Antique Dining Chairs 18½w 19d 31h 17½hs 4.JPG

Pair of early 19th century mahogany antique dining chairs standing on turned legs with rope twist back bar. There is some fine reeded decoration around the seat and on the back rails. It does seem inconceivable that such a handsome pair of two hundred year old chairs should be so inexpensive, but there it is.

English circa 1820 £250

47cm / 18½" wide
48cm / 19" deep
79cm / 31" high
45cm / 17½" high seat

Early 19th Century Regency Oak Antique Breakfast Table

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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

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

Early 19th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Three Pedestal Dining Table

231120191810 Three Pedestal Dining Table 333cm 131w 147cm 58w 73cm 28¾h wo leaves _16a.jpg

Early 19th century mahogany antique dining table standing on three pedestals, each with four splay base. This is a large scale table which has faded to a desirable golden brown honey colour. The bases are a well balanced design and are of strong construction and with very long legs. The edge of the top has close reeding typical of this period just before Regency.
The removable leaves are missing, they will be replaced with new ones made from period timber. This means that the final length can be tailored to order. These photographs are an artists impression of how the table will look.
Please ask about restoration and shipping options.

English circa 1810 £38000

333cm / 131" long without leaves
147cm / 58" wide
73cm  / 28¾" high 

Early 19th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Library Chair

231120191810 George III Period Mahogany Library Chair 25w 32h 28d 16hs 20hswc 20.JPG

Early 19th century George III period mahogany antique library chair standing on sabre legs with turned baluster support for the arms and close reeding all around the top.

English circa 1810 £2800

25" wide
32" high
28" deep
16" high seat
20" high with cushion

Early 19th Century French Antique Commode Chest of Drawers

221120191810 French Antique Chest of Drawers Commode 27d 52½w 39½h _2.JPG

Early 19th century French antique commode chest with three drawers. This is a very decorative chest of drawers typical of the period, with carved serpentine front, lovely big brasswork handles and escutcheons and shapely outsplayed feet.
The timber is walnut or chestnut and it is a lovely golden brown colour with good deep patina.

French circa 1810 £3800

69cm / 27" deep
133cm / 52½" wide
100cm / 39½" high

Pair of Carver Armchairs

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Good shape and elegant pair of faux Regency carver chairs. These are a good decorative pair of chairs with sabre legs and a fun shape to the arms. These would look very good either side of a desk.

English 20th Century £250

53cm / 21" wide
44.5cm / 17½" high seat
56cm / 22" deep
86.5cm / 34" high

Set of Twelve Nineteenth Century Antique Dining Chairs

1811201919th Century Set of Twelve Chippendale Dining Chairs by Edwards and Roberts Carver 18½hs 40½h 27w 23d Single 18hs 39h 22w 21½d _2.JPG

Fine quality set of twelve antique dining chairs made by Edwards and Roberts of London. These chairs are a grand scale which makes them better able to accomodate the modern diner than a period chair. They are strong, with H frame stretchers for added strength. The back splat is elegantly drawn with crisp carving and the back legs are generously curved. These chairs are made from a good dense grained mahogany which explains why they are so heavy to lift. This is a really fine quality set of chairs and these pictures do not do them justice.

English circa 1880 £9800

JOB006

Carver
47cm / 18½" high seat
103cm / 40½" high
69cm / 27" wide
59cm / 23d

Single
46cm / 18" high seat
99cm / 39" high
56cm / 22" wide
55cm / 21½" deep

Important 18th Century George III Period Antique Five Pedestal Dining Table

1511201918th Century Five Pedestal Antique Dining Table 57½w 29h 127 Lwo leaves approx 46_Edit.jpg

Eighteenth century George III period mahogany antique dining table standing on five pedestals, each with four splay base. This is an exceptionally rare table, the quality of which very rarely comes on the market. The timber has a rich and interesting grain pattern and the top has faded to a desirable golden brown honey colour with lots of character and wonderful patina. The bases are an elegant and generous shape with a long and generous leg which terminates with an interesting caster cap with hairy foot and doric capitol motif. The pedestals are a perfect proportion with precision turned rings and each made from a solid piece of timber. The removable leaves are missing, they will be replaced with new ones made from period timber which ensures a perfect match and means that the final length can be tailored to order. The existing five tops and bases are all original to the table. These photographs are an artists impression of how the table will look when restored to seat twenty. This is a very impressive table of fabulous proportions the quality of which exceeds those we have seen in the most historically important English country houses.

English circa 1790 £98000

PQ 001

146cm / 57½" wide
74cm / 29" high
323cm 127" without leaves
550cm / 18' long approx to order

19th Century Antique Stool

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Charming little stool made of oak with carved and gilded details of fluted legs, plant motif and Greek key pattern on the frieze.

French circa 1860 £180

AGH 003

60cm / 23½" wide
39cm / 15½" deep
43cm / 17" high

18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Sideboard

1311201918th Century Antique Sideboard 28½d max 22d ends 37h 74w _9.JPG

18th century George III period mahogany antique sideboard of superb scale and with all the restrained extras one would expect of the period. This sideboard is made from a really fine cut of mahogany, with flame mahogany on the drawer fronts and the top constructed from a huge single sheet of timber. The bow fronted design allows for a fuller figured sideboard to appear much slimmer than it really is, because the eye is drawn to the depth at the ends. This is not just a more elegant design than a flat fronted sideboard, it also allows for more storage within and a larger surface area on top to arrange food, cheeses, or lamps flowers and family photos, depending on the requirement. There are lots of lovely details, too, with crossbanding, stringing and tall tapered legs, this sideboard is sure to impress family and friends alike.

English circa 1790 £2800

01 19 02

72.5cm / 28½" deep max
56cm / 22" deep ends
94cm / 37" high
188cm / 74" wide

George III Period Mahogany Antique Pembroke Table

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Charming little George III period mahogany antique Pembroke table. This table is very nicely made, with reeding around the edge of the top, elegant turned legs, thin frieze, double loper supports, one real and one dummy drawer, mahogany drawer linings, precision dove tails, dense grained mahogany and hidden hinges.
This is a really good little Pembroke table for the money and it is 28½" high which is about as tall as they come at this period.

English circa 1810 £420
TGH

48cm / 19" wide
95cm / 37½" wide
91cm / 35¾" deep
72cm / 28½" high

George III Period Mahogany Antique Pembroke Table

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Very pretty George III period mahogany antique Pembroke table standing on square taper legs with fine quality brass caps and casters. This is an elegant table with stringing around the top and unusually on the corners of the legs as well. The top has a nicely detailed molded edge and there is the normal arrangement of drawer and dummy drawer. This is a very fine table and it is hard to believe that a two hundred year old table could be in such fine condition and at such a low price too.

English circa 1790 £1250
05 19 04

76cm / 30" deep
49.5cm / 19½" wide
97cm / 38" wide
71cm / 28" high

Eighteenth Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Pembroke Table

111120191790 Antique Pembroke Table 19¼w 37w 32d 28h _11.JPG

18th century George III period mahogany antique Pembroke table. This table is made from a really pretty cut of mahogany with close grain and it has faded to such a lovely golden colour that it looks like satin wood. The square taper legs are slender with brass caps and casters. There is a reeded edge is the earlier sort with more lines than the 19th century version. One side has a drawer in the frieze, the other side has a dummy drawer. This is a really finely made and good looking early Pembroke table.

English circa 1790 £720
TGH

49cm / 19¼" wide
94cm / 37" wide
81cm / 32" deep
71cm / 28" high

18th Century George II Period Mahogany Antique Side Table

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Good early mahogany antique side table made of a really good cut of dense grained and well figured mahogany. Sometimes referred to as a low-boy, this antique table is a useful size being narrow front to back while having lots of storage space. This is an interesting period of furniture making as it represents the very first years of the use of mahogany which proved much more durable than the walnut that had been used in the previous decades. What a wonderful thing that this little table is so well made that it should be still in use after almost three hundred years.

English circa 1740 £3800

05 19 05

66cm / 26" wide
43cm / 17" deep
71cm / 28" high

Early 18th Century Oak Antique Side Table

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Lovely small scale early 18th century oak antique side table with a drawer in the frieze and stretchers between the legs. This is a really charming little table with great colour and patina which will improve further when we have polished it with beeswax.

English circa 1710 £460

AGH 002

47cm / 18½" deep
67cm / 26½"  wide
61cm / 24" high