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Early 18th Century George I Period Walnut Antique Card Table

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Early 18th century George I period walnut antique games table standing on cabriole legs with pad feet. This table is photographed here as it came in to us and will look even better when it has been waxed. The mechanism is unusual and works very well. It has a concertina or scissors action which is very stable indeed. The walnut is a lovely colour and it has a good grain pattern on the sold sections and quarter cut burr veneer with feather banding on the top. This is a really elegant table dating from the pre-mahogany era and this sort of early walnut is bright, tactile and warm.

English circa 1720 £3800

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77.5cm / 30½" wide
39cm / 15¼" deep min
77.5cm / 30½" deep max
71cm / 28" or 73cm / 28¾" high

18th Century George II Period Mahogany Antique Silver Table

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18th century George II period mahogany antique silver table. This wonderful little side table dates from an early period of mahogany, characterised by the use of dense grained and well figured mahogany. This sort of mahogany is heavy to lift, strong and is often referred to as Cuban mahogany. This table is very well drawn and looks very fine when viewed first hand. The cabriole leg is slender and elegant and the narrow frieze is shaped to continue the line of the cabriole knee.
The top is made of a single sheet of mahogany. There is a lip around the top to help keep the silver from sliding off and the top joins the frieze in such a way as to make it look like a removable tray. This is a really inexpensive fine quality early mahogany table which must have been made for an important house indeed.

English circa 1750 £1800

11 18 04

20" / 51cm deep
31" / 76cm wide
29" / 74cm high

18th Century George II Period Mahogany Antique Silver Table

1604201918th century George II Silver table 20d 31w 29h 1.JPG

18th century George II period mahogany antique silver table. This wonderful little side table dates from an early period of mahogany, characterised by the use of dense grained and well figured mahogany. This sort of mahogany is heavy to lift, strong and is often referred to as Cuban mahogany. This table is very well drawn and looks very fine when viewed first hand. The cabriole leg is slender and elegant and the narrow frieze is shaped to continue the line of the cabriole knee.
The top is made of a single sheet of mahogany. There is a lip around the top to help keep the silver from sliding off and the top joins the frieze in such a way as to make it look like a removable tray. This is a really inexpensive fine quality early mahogany table which must have been made for an important house indeed.

English circa 1750 £1800

11 18 04

20" / 51cm deep
31" / 76cm wide
29" / 74cm high

Eigteenth Century George III Period Antique Mahogany Chest on Chest / Tallboy

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Eighteenth century George III period antique mahogany chest on chest. This is a great chest on chest with some lovely details. The ogee bracket feet are a generous shape, the pillasters have fluting and gilt brass capitals, the handles still have traces of gilding on and the cornice has interesting Chinese Chippendale blind lattice carving as well as Greek key dentil cornice. This chest is a really good colour and it will look even more wonderful when the restorers have waxed it.

English circa 1760 £3800

12 18 03

24" / 61cm deep
48" / 122cm wide
74" / 188cm high

Early 18th Century George I Period Antique Walnut Side Table

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Early 18th century George I period walnut antique lowboy side table. This is a charming early side table with wonderful faded colour, sligthly wobbly top, quarter cut veneers, cross banding, stringing, a carved apron and cabriole legs. It is photographed here before restoration as it came to us. A thorough polishing with beeswax will improve the table immensely and is included in the price.

English circa 1720 £3800

10 18 04

29½" / 75cm wide
19¼" / 49cm deep
25¼" / 64cm high

Antique Four Poster Bed

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Antique four poster bed, the front posts being George III period which are turned with reeding, acanthus decoration and finishing in square sections at the base. This bed is tenon jointed with bolts at the corners to allow it to be dismantled and moved around. We do have a stock of old posts and can make four posters to any length and width using old front posts with a tenon jointed frame made of sapele.

The posts English circa 1790
This bed £3800 as is or £5800 made larger

01 19 07

221cm / 87" high
226cm / 89" long
145cm / 57" wide
211cm / 83" long inside

19th Century George IV Period Mahogany Antique Extending Breakfast Dining Table

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19th century George IV period mahogany antique extending breakfast dining table standing on central four splay base. This is an extremely strong and versatile dining table which can be adjusted to seat from four up to a comfortable twelve (or fourteen with either two at each end or one at each end without side plates). The leaves can be stored inside the table itself which is extremely rare for a table of this period and is quite an achievement when the sheer size and weight of the leaves is taken into consideration. The timber used for this table is second to none, it is a dense grained, slow growing mahogany with excellent grain pattern and beautiful parallel lines. The leaves are original thank goodness, as this size of leaf is very hard to find and extremely expensive to replace nowadays. The discrepancy between the colour of the leaves and the table ends will no longer be evident following restoration, so please do not worry about that.
This table represents a remarkable feat of engineering, as it has to be designed specifically to take the weight of the leaves which are unsupported at the ends, but also has to be manufactured to a very high tolerance in order to eradicate the natural movement in the mechanism which a legged table would be able to get away with. I could go on, but in conclusion would like to say that this is a really special table, wonderful timber, a fantastic design and it is really impressive both visually and from a constructional standpoint.

English circa 1830 £16500

11 18 03

60" / 153cm long closed
135¾" / 344cm long max
54" / 137cm wide
28½" / 72cm high
The leaves:
26½" / 67cm
26½" / 67cm
22¼" / 57cm

18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Writing Table

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18th century George III period mahogany antique writing table. This is a wonderfully large scale writing table with two large slides, or reading slopes, which extend from each size to make it even larger. This writing table stands on elegant square legs with a generous chamfer on the inside corner which gives the effect of making the leg look a lot lighter without compromising the strength.
There is a nicely restrained decorative corner of pierced lattice work at the top of the legs. This writing table is freestanding with drawers both sides and it has a top which is usefully a little higher than normal.

English circa 1760 £6800

01 19 04

68" /173cm wide
38" / 97cm deep
30½" / 77cm high

18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Tripod Table

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18th century George III period mahogany antique wine table standing on tripod base with lattice carved decoration and the top with scrolling c-shape or pie crust edge. This is a very useful table being unusually low for the period it is a good height for a post-Georgian sitting room. This tripod is made from good timber and is is a nice colour, that latter of which will improve following the restoration which is carried out before delivery.

English circa 1780 £1850

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15" / 38cm wide
18" / 48cm high

Early 19th Century Antique Mahogany Pedestal Desk

1803201919th Century Antique Pedestal Desk 35¾ d 54¼ w 30 h kneehole 22w 24h _1.JPG


Early 19th century pedestal desk with five drawers and one cupboard on one side. The cupboard is disguised with false drawer fronts. The other side of the desk is finished with mahogany but does not have dummy drawers. Because it does not have drawers both sides the cupboard section of this desk is surprisingly deep. Although pictured here as it came in to us without having been waxed, or otherwise to have received any restoration at all, this desk has attained a wonderful patina and colour in its long life. The leather is nice and old and probably good enough to be waxed and conserved, although it is easy enough to fit a new skiver if required. This desk has good knee room with a 24" clearance underneath. It can be raised further if required. It has lovely Brahma locks stamped with the makers name.

English circa 1810 £3800

10 18 03

35¾" / 91cm deep
54¼" / 138cm wide
30" / 76cm high
 
The kneehole
22" / 56cm wide
24" / 61cm high