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    A George III brass-bound mahogany WINE-COOLER on STAND circa 1775

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    POLE SCREEN circa 1750 -SOLD

    An exceptional Chippendale period Pole Screen

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    Bedposts – SOLD

    Pair 18th century mahogany bedposts circa 1785 Attributed to GILLOWS of LANCASTER and LONDON 1730-1840

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    A fine pair Regency rosewood POLESCREENS  circa 1815

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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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    Display Shelves – SOLD

    A fine rare pair Sheraton period mahogany hanging display shelves circa 1795


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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 […]

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    Corner Washstand

    Attractive George III period mahogany Corner Washstand circa 1780


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    A fine Sheraton period mahogany Canterbury                                                                                  circa 1790



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    Library Ladders

    A set of beech Library Ladders circa 1850


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    Letter Tray – SOLD

    A 19th century brass inlaid rosewood letter tray                                                                               circa 1815