Campaign Chest of Drawers c 1850

Campaign Chest of Drawers c 1850

A fine & scarce English made mahogany campaign chest of drawers, made in two parts with brass bindings & iron carrying handles, for travel. Terrific colour, iron locating pins & original threaded feet, removeable for travel. The whole of nice compact size.   With the original card delivery  / retailer’s label for Isaac Allen, upholsterer of 15 Gt Norwood St Cheltenham. The Allen family of London were the longest running campaign kit makers, in business from c1790 to WW1.  This is typical of their work, & interesting for the retailer’s link.  95cm H x 91cm W x 46cm D.

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Pair of Baluster Salts c1730, Bristol Green Glass c1810

Pair of Baluster Salts c1730, Bristol Green Glass c1810

A rare pair of George II period glass salts, of inverted baluster form, following silver shapes of the day. Ht 75mm  UK c1730 Price inc GST SOLD

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‘A Celebrated Commander on the retir’d list’ c1830

‘A Celebrated Commander on the retir’d list’ c1830

A rare coloured aquatint of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (‘A Celebrated Commander on the retir’d list’)

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Scottish Regency Chaise Longue c1810

Scottish Regency Chaise Longue c1810

An elegant  & good quality Scottish Regency period chaise longue, in best mahogany. With Grecian overscrolled arm & foot, the frame vigorously reeded, on sabre legs with original brass casters. Similar models were produced in New York by the Scots  trained emigre cabinet maker, Duncan Phyfe. Upholstered in olive green damask silk. Edinburgh c1815. 74cm H x 198 w x 68D

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Tasmanian Colonial period Cedar Chest of Drawers c1835

Tasmanian Colonial period Cedar Chest of Drawers c1835

A wonderful quality Tasmanian Colonial period Australian cedar chest of drawers. In A1 mint condition, of the most righly figured butt cedar to the drawer fronts & edge bandings, ribbon cedar to the top. With original finish, turned cedar knobs &  blackwood feet, original iron locks and Huon pine drawer dust liners. The drawers lined in cedar & nice scale. Hobart c1835. 106cm.x 106cm x 53cm

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Queen Anne Walnut Low Boy c1730

Queen Anne Walnut Low Boy c1730

A richly patinated & handsome English late Queen,most likely George I period walnut low boy. With veneered and herrinbone banded top & drawer fronts, original handles and trifid toe legs. The freize with a lovely curve and the whole with a good stance. UK c1730. 74cm H x 95cm W x 57cm.D

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French Provincial Commode c1780

French Provincial Commode c1780

1. A nice small French very provincial commode (chest of drawers) c 1780 in fruitwood & pine. Excellent colour.. 76H x 194cm W x 48cm D.
perfect for a bedside. Price inc GST SOLD
2. A cage for a galah or parrot in galvanized wire Tasmanian c 1930. 85cm H x 59cm dia.
Probably by the as yet unknown Tasmanian wire & tin rat trap maker,  of similar mirth. Price inc GST SOLD
3/. A strangely surreal paper mache conch shell. (Doesnt scratch the furniture)
19H x 62wx 30wD Price inc GST SOLD

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Regency Convex Mirror c 1820

Regency Convex Mirror c 1820

A rare (and exciting!) English Regency period convex mirror, mounted with a dragon to the crest supported by a pair of recumbant lions. Acanthus leaf carved scrolls to the sides & base, centred by a sunflower. Original gilding, ebonized reeded slip & mercury silvered mirror. In nice old aged state.  Regency circular convex mirrors were one of the idiosyncratic items of that age. Examples mounted with a dragon & lions, in original condition are very rare, adding to the exotic taste & mystical quality of the mirror.

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William IV Mahogany Bergere Chair c 1830

William IV Mahogany Bergere Chair c 1830

An elegant and rare English William IV period mahogany library chair, of curved caned bergere form. In terrific original  condition, with good patina & heavy quality brass trail casters. UK origin c 1830

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Scottish Regency Triple Pillar and Claw Table c1815

Scottish Regency Triple Pillar and Claw Table c1815

A now very rare Scottish Regency triple pedestal dining table, in original condition, with a terrific patina. Rare with original top, never reduced, edge, bases, mechanisms, bolts, clips, leaves (unfaded) and casters. The top of fine fustic mahogany. The centre able to be used as a square breakfast table, and a pair of serving tables, or joined together, with or without leaves to comfortably seat 14, 16 with two at the ends, or a 4 seater breakfast table. c 1810

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