Our Antiques

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    Ladies writing table

    A small mahogany BONHEUR DE JOUR or ladies writing table circa 1800

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    Convex wall MIRROR

    A large early 19th century Regency giltwood and ebony convex wall mirror circa 1820

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    A fine pair Regency rosewood POLESCREENS  circa 1815

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    Secretaire Chest

    A late George II satinwood SECRETAIRE CHEST circa 1790 Stamped: FROM W. WILLIAMSON & SONS, GUILDFORD

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    Tea Service

    An early 19th century Ridgway porcelain tea and coffee set circa 1820

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    Chinese charger

    A large 18th century Chinese export blue & white charger

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    2-door Library Bookcase

    A fine Georgian mahogany Library Bookcase circa 1810

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    Walnut Centre Table

    Early 19th century walnut marquetry inlaid centre table, in manner of George Smith circa 1830

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    Gentleman’s mahogany clothes Press

    A fine Scottish Georgian period mahogany Gentleman’s Press circa 1780

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    Library Bookcase

    A fine Hepplewhite period mahogany breakfront or wing bookcase, in the manner of Gillows circa 1790


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    Livery Cupboard

    An 18th century oak Livery Cupboard, circa 1770


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    Pair Dummy Boards

    Depicting a lady and her suitor. Both figures dressed in 17th century attire, he serenading her with a lute. Each made from a single piece of wood with a ring for hanging. Height: 46.5ins (118cm) Dummy boards or silent companions were from the early 17th century used as a form of house decoration. Generally made […]