|Eclectic mix of classic, interesting, decorative antiques and vintage to help make your home a stately home.|
Lovely oil painting of an architectural scene with arch and stepped approach. By Italian artist Cezzone. Painted on artists board and attached to a vintage distressed gilt frame from the front. Signed bottom
A full scale, old Tribal Dug Out Canoe in Original Paint Finish. Fabulous decorative item.
Two lovely articulated wooden puppet figures from southern India. Dating from early 19th Century. Approximately 1 metre tall. The male figure has lost the lower part of his left leg whilst the female figure has lost the whole of her left leg. Lots of original paintwork remaining. Lots of character to these characters!
Early to mid Victorian Low work bench reborn to start a new life as a lovely rustic coffee table. Measuring 132 cm long with a width of 60 cm and standing 57 cm high in bleached pine dry finish. This workbench would have been employed by a craftsman such as a hurdle maker to raise the work piece to a suitable height to aid his labours. It now presents itself as a good sized coffee table in the rustic farmhouse style with lots of character and an interesting talking point.
Copper bound Oak bucket with leather covered rope handle. Beautifully made and solidly constructed. Has a military quality appearance and is dated 1942. Standing 305 mm high with a top diameter of 305 mm. Super quality and unusual item!
A lovely Elm topped table consisting of an early 19th Century oak base in original distressed yellow paint with the top formed from an old 18th/early 19th Century Elm door.
The length is 177 cm (70 inches) long with a with of 83 cm (33 inches) wide and stands 74 cm (29 inches) high.
Plenty of leg room under this one!
Seats six adults comfortably or eight at a squeeze.The colour, grain and density of the top suggest that it is actually Wych Elm which is more unusual to find though is interesting as a species because it resisted Dutch Elm disease longer than the rest of the Elm species.
Six tear stackable bookcase in the Globe Wernicke style but probably by Gunn or another similar manufacturer circa 1890. This is an early example as shown by the construction being completely of solid oak, including the back panels. The Oak is now in a dry stripped finish. These make beautiful storage or display cabinets as well as their original designed purpose as a bookcase. The whole cabinet breaks down to individual pieces making it easy to transport in a small car and allowing easy installation into your home. Stands 203 cm high with width of 92 cm.
Three classical designs. Priced individually. Size approximately 80 cm diameter.