WE HAVE CLOSED OUR SHOWROOMS IN KENSINGTON CHURCH STREET AT THE END OF MARCH AND MOVED OUR STOCK TO WEST SUSSEX WHERE BUSINESS IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

 
 
  - A SET OF FOUR QUEEN ANNE WALNUT CHAIRS  

A SET OF FOUR QUEEN ANNE WALNUT CHAIRS
A very good quality set of four Queen Anne period walnut chairs on carved cabriole legs with turned stretcher rails.

English, Circa 1710

 
  - A PAIR OF GEORGE III CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS  

A PAIR OF GEORGE III CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS
A good pair of George III chippendale period carved mahogany side chairs with moulded front legs.

English, Circa 1765

 
  - A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SCALLOP TOP TRIPOD TABLE  

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SCALLOP TOP TRIPOD TABLE
A good and unusual George III period mahogany scallop top tripod table with birdcage support on cabriole legs.

English, Circa 1770

 
  - A LARGE GEORGE II PERIOD VENEERED WALNUT AND CARVED GILTWOOD UPRIGHT WALL MIRROR  

A LARGE GEORGE II PERIOD VENEERED WALNUT AND CARVED GILTWOOD UPRIGHT WALL MIRROR
A fine large George II period veneered walnut and carved giltwood upright wall mirror retaining the original glass.

English Circa 1740

Height 49"
Width 26.5"

 
  - A GEORGE I CARVED GESSO AND GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR
 

A GEORGE I CARVED GESSO AND GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR
A very good George I period carved gesso and giltwood wall mirror, with excellent detail to the carving.

English, Circa 1725

Height 40"
Width 20"

 
  - A GEORGE III IRISH MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE  

A GEORGE III IRISH MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE
A good George III mahogany table with carved cabriole legs and shells to the frieze.

Ireland Circa 1760

Length 36"
Depth 23 "
Height 27"

 
  - A PAIR OF WILLIAM AND MARY WALNUT STOOLS  

A PAIR OF WILLIAM AND MARY WALNUT STOOLS
A rare pair of William & Mary walnut square shaped stools, standing on turned legs united by a shaped stretcher, covered in colorful late 17th Century flamed stitched needlework.

English, circa 1690

 
  - A GEORGE II MAHOGANY CABINET ON STAND  

A GEORGE II MAHOGANY CABINET ON STAND
A very good and rare pristine display cabinet on original stand with carved cabriole legs.
English, Circa 1750.

Height 72"
Width 39"

 
  - GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD TABLE  

GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD TABLE
A rare George III mahogany scalloped top tripod table with a carved fluted stem.
Circa 1770

 
  - GEORGE III MAHOGANY HANGING SHELVES  

GEORGE III MAHOGANY HANGING SHELVES
A set of George III open fretwork shelves with 2 drawers.
Circa 1775

Height 39"
Width 30"

 
  - A GEORGE I WALNUT SECRETAIRE CABINET BY WILLIAM OLD AND JOHN ODY  

A GEORGE I WALNUT SECRETAIRE CABINET BY WILLIAM OLD AND JOHN ODY
A George I walnut secretaire cabinet the top with a broken arched pediment above a pair of arched beveled and engraved mirror plates, enclosing an arrangement of drawers including a secret drawer, above a pull out slide. The lower section with a secretaire drawer opening to reveal various small drawers and pigeon holes above three graduated long drawers all with engraved brass handles and escutcheons.

English, circa 1725

Width: 42 ½ “ 108 cm
Depth: 20 ½ 52 cm
Height 87 “ 221 cm

Note: The original makers label remains attached to the second long drawer.

The makers William Old and John Ody are recorded from circa 1723 until William Old's death in 1738, at which time his widow conducted a sale of his stock from the St. Paul's Churchyard address denoted in the label

Literature:
C. Gilbert, A Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture 1700-1840, Leeds, 1986, fig. 600

 
  - A GEORGE I WALNUT SIDE CHAIR  

A GEORGE I WALNUT SIDE CHAIR
A fine & rare George I walnut chair in solid and veneered walnut with a interlaced splat surmounted by a shell, and with a carved shell to the seat rail, standing on well carved cabriole legs, the drop in seat covered in 18th Century flame stitch needlework.

Width: 25" 65 cm
Depth: 24" 61 cm
Height: 41" 104 cm


English, circa 1720


Provenance
Chicago Art Institute

Literature
‘History of English Furniture’ Percy Macquoid. 1906 Fig 51 pg. 62

 
  - A GEORGE I WALNUT CARD TABLE   

A GEORGE I WALNUT CARD TABLE
A George I card table in figured walnut, inlaid throughout with feather bandings, the rectangular top with rounded projecting corners and standing on cabriole legs with pad feet. The top opening on a concertina frame with a green baize lined interior with money pockets and candle stands.

English, circa 1710

Width: 33” 84 cm
Depth: 14.5" 37 cm
Height: 28.5" 72 cm

 
  - A GEORGE I WALNUT AND GILDED MIRROR  

A GEORGE I WALNUT AND GILDED MIRROR
A good George Ist period veneered walnut and gilded mirror.

Circa 1730

 
  - A GEORGE II MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE  

A GEORGE II MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE
A charming George II mahogany side table, the top opening to reveal an interior lined with green baize, above a shaped apron with one long drawer retaining the original handles; standing on elegant cabriole legs carved with acanthus and terminating in elegant pad feet.

English, circa 1735

Width: 29 ½ “ 75cm
Depth: 15” 38 cm
Height: 29” 75 cm

 
  - A QUEEN ANNE WALNUT BUREAU BOOKCASE
 

A QUEEN ANNE WALNUT BUREAU BOOKCASE
A fine Queen Anne period veneered walnut bureau bookcase, with a double-domed cornice and a domed return, and with an excellent fitted interior to the bureau. Overall of wonderful colour and patination.

English, circa 1705.

 
  - A GEORGE I WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS  

A GEORGE I WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS
A very good George I veneered walnut chest of two short and three long drawers retaining all the original handles, and wonderful faded colour and patina.

English, circa 1725

Width: 31" 79cm
Depth: 17.5" 44cm
Height: 29" 74cm

 
  - A GEORGE III TOLE PEINTE TRAY  

A GEORGE III TOLE PEINTE TRAY
A good George III tôle peinte tray depicting various fruits with a decorative border. Now hanging as a picture.

English, circa 1810

Width:30.3" 76.8 cm
Height: 21.8" 55.5 cm

 
  - A GEORGE II MAHOGANY AND GILT MIRROR  

A GEORGE II MAHOGANY AND GILT MIRROR
A good George II Mahogany and Gilt rectangular mirror with shaped cresting with carved scrolls and a finial consisting of a basket of flowers, the sides with carved leaves and flowers and fruit, and with a shaped base.

English, circa 1760.

Height: 45.5" 115 cm
Width: 23" 58.5 cm

 
  - A GEORGE I WALNUT CABINET  

A GEORGE I WALNUT CABINET
A fine quality George I walnut cabinet, of good proportions with a bold concave cornice, above a pair of well matched highly figured walnut veneered doors, cross banded and feather banded throughout, enclosing adjustable shelves. The slightly projecting lower part below a waist moulding; and standing on bracket feet.

This piece is distinguished by its grand proportions and particularly fine quartered burr walnut veneers. Cabinets of this form and quality were rare, and is indicative of the work of a leading cabinet maker of the early 18th Century.

English, circa 1720

Width: 44" 112 cm
Depth: 22.5.5" 57 cm
Height: 81" 206 cm

 
  - AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK PICTURE  

AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK PICTURE
An early 18th century needlework picture showing a couple gathering fruit in a landscape.

Width: 26" 66 cm
Height: 30" 76.2 cm

 
  - A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE II WALNUT AND BRASS CANDLESTICKS  

A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE II WALNUT AND BRASS CANDLESTICKS
A fine pair of George II walnut and brass candlesticks with brass candleholders and turned tapering baluster shaped stems, with circular leaded and moulded bases.

English, circa 1750

Height: 13.5" 34 cm
Diameter: 6" 15 cm

 
  - A PAIR OF SHERATON MAHOGANY CUTLERY BOXES  

A PAIR OF SHERATON MAHOGANY CUTLERY BOXES
A very good pair of Sheraton period faded mahogany serpentine-shaped cutlery-boxes with original fitted interiors.

English, circa 1790

 
  - A MID-18TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK PICTURE  

A MID-18TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK PICTURE
A gros point and petit point wool and silk needlework picture showing a lady playing the guitar and a gentleman; with a leopard and a lion below, and a case and flowers at centre

Width: 26" 66 cm
Height: 31" 78.7 cm

 
  - A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TALLBOY  

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TALLBOY
A rare small early George III period mahogany tallboy with a slide and on ogee bracket feet and the unusual feature of a veneered top. It is very rare to find a tallboy on such a small scale.

Circa 1770

Height 148 1/2 cm 58 1/2"
Width 76 cm 30"
Depth 44 cm 17 1/4"

 
  - TWO SIMILAR GEORGE III TRIPOD TABLES
 

TWO SIMILAR GEORGE III TRIPOD TABLES
Two similar George III period mahogany tripod tables, both original throughout.

Circa 1770. To be sold separately.

 
  - A PAIR OF GEORGE I WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS


 

A PAIR OF GEORGE I WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS
A pair of George I walnut side chairs with vase shaped splats below a shaped top rail, the seats covered in English 18th Century needlework, standing on elegant cabriole legs terminating in pad feet

English, circa 1720

Width: 21" 54 cm
Depth: 20" 51 cm
Height 39" 100 cm

Provenance:
Radbroke Hall, Cheshire

 
  - A SELECTION OF TWO WILLIAM AND MARY LACE BOXES AND TWO GEORGE I TEA CADDIES
 

A SELECTION OF TWO WILLIAM AND MARY LACE BOXES AND TWO GEORGE I TEA CADDIES
The oyster laburnum lace boxes, circa 1690.

The George I tea caddies, one in padouk and one in veneered walnut, circa 1725.

 
  - A LATE 18TH NEEDLEWORK PICTURE OF A DUCKSHOOT  

A LATE 18TH NEEDLEWORK PICTURE OF A DUCKSHOOT
A fine late 18th century needlework picture portraying a duckshoot. The quality and condition of this large needlework picture are excellent and the subject matter unusual. In a walnut frame.

Width: 28.5" 72.5cm
Height: 22" 55cm

 
  - A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY STOOLS
 

A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY STOOLS
A charming pair of George III mahogany rectangular stools on square tapering legs.

Circa 1790

The seat covers 19th century.

 

 

 

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