|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.
Delightful simplicity. Sweet little provincial Georgian Pine side table, with two small drawers with brass swan-neck handles, in rustic, dry scraped, finish. Measuring just 84 cm wide x 73 cm high x 44 cm deep.
Lovely old deep seated Georgian Wing chair full of rustic charm. 76 cm wide at front; 120 cm high back with a seat depth of 50 cm. Well used and looking desirably shabby and tired for that but plenty of life left in it as it is or a good project for further restoration. The frame is generally good with one wing a little loose. Georgian caster were added many years ago with the legs shortened to accommodate them. The material is tired and tatty and the seat is slightly sunk but still perfectly comfortable. A good character piece.
Lovely Arts & Crafts Box stool from the Cotswold valleys of Stroud.; an area which spawned some fine makers in the Arts & Crafts tradition. This simple little box stool/work box is made from brown oak which has acquired a lovely deep nut brown colour. The stool has a two piece top with one piece having leather hinges allowing lifting to give access to the interior. There is also a single drawer beneath. The size is 36 cm x 28 cm and stands 45 cm high.
Lovely Arts & Crafts period table with embossed copper top on an oak base which bears a name plate for Bick, Wright & Co., Bristol. The copper top has developed a nice natural patine. The table stands 74 cm high and the top is 56 cm across. Nice attractive example of commercial Arts & Crafts furniture.
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!
Lovely Treen item in the form of this pair of candlesticks dating from the Victorian period. Crafted in Mahogany they stand 47 cm high with deeply carved spiral stems.