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A Superb Quality Victorian Washstand Side Table
This quality mahogany washstand/writing desk has two large drawers, one of which has deviders (which can be removed if desired) that sit above four beautiful turned and fluted legs with original brass cup castors.

This piece is in excellent condition throughout.

*Needs to be seen to appreciate the quality.

Dimensions

56cm depth

73.5cm height

115cm wide
Price: £585
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A Fine Victorian Walnut Davenport
A Quality Victorian walnut freestanding inlaid davenport, lift up lid with a fitted interior. The right side has four drawers with original knobs,the left side has four false drawers with original knobs, standing on a plinth base with original turned feet and original castors.


A simply beautiful piece of furniture in excellent original condition

Dimensions
80cm high
54cm depth
53cm wide
Price: £585
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An Exceptional Victorian Butlers Tray
This beautiful butlers tray is in excellent condition.

The special feature of this piece is the rare larger size.

Dimensions

76cm wide
78cm high (which can be adjusted)
50.5cm

Price: £425
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A Delightful 18thC Oak Dresser
A good quality oak dresser with original boarded rack top.
The cross banded base has three drawers that are also cross banded in mahogany with brass drop swan handles over a scalloped apron and supported by two cabriole front legs and straight back legs.The plate rack top has two spice cupboards with inlaid doors and finished with a matching scalloped frieze like the base.The lovely colour is a special feature.
A very impressive piece of 18th century furniture.

Dimensions

186cm wide

52cm depth

206.5cm high
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Antique 18thC Oak Dresser
An excellent early 18th century dresser base. The polished top over two drawers and supported by turned baluster legs. The moulded panel drawers and sides are a special feature. Very good colour.

Dimensions

142.5cm wide

41cm depth

78cm high
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A Rare Liberty Revolving Bookcase
A very interesting piece of early 20th century furniture.
The four tier shelves are supported by detachable pegged uprights and the whole resting on a cross shaped base which enables free movement.
This unique and very decorative piece would look good in either a traditional or contemporary environment.

Wonderful colour and excellent quality.


Dimensions

118cm Height

50cm Width

50cm Depth

*Free delivery and in time for Christmas.
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Georgian mahogany Whatnot/Music Stand
A Good quality early 19th cent four Tier Whatnot with adjustable reading slope and a central single drawer, supported by turned ringed supports.
A decorative and versatile piece of antique furniture that is free standing i.e polished on all sides, so can be placed in any room position.

Height 130 cm

Width 50 cm

Depth 37 cm
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An 18thC Oak Coffer Chest
A good original late 17th cent / early 18th cent coffer. The panelled top sits over a carved oak frieze panelled base. Very good condition
Excellent example of its kind.







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Dimensions

54cm depth

146cm wide

67cm high
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19TH Cent Window Seat / Bench
A delightful small Victorian mahogany Window Seat.
The polished top has decorative solid bolster ends and supported by turned legs.
The overall condition is very good and the small size is a special feature.
An attractive and versatile piece of 19TH Cent furniture.


Length 87 cm

Depth 29 cm

Seat Height 40 cm
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A Victorian cylindrical Bedside cupboard
A good quality 19th cent Bedside cupboard. The Cylindrical fluted cupboard sits on a solid octagonal plinth. The door opening to reveal a single shelf, and storage space.
A very decorative piece of Victorian furniture
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