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A Fabulous 18th Century Pine Kitchen Table in Original Paint Finish

c.1760 Pine Farmhouse Table in original paint finish.  Warn, rustic and well loved - a simply fabulous original antique.

A Pair of Beautiful Georgian Mahogany D End Tables

A fine pair large of Georgian Country House D End Tables.  Classic and very stylish period Console/Side Tables.  Slight differential

A Wonderful 18th Century Country House Georgian Wing Armchair

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.  

A Wonderful Georgian Panelled Oak Hall Cupboard

We are offering for sale this lovely Georgian Panelled Oak Hall Cupboard of wonderful colour and size - it's small proportions making it a really 'fits anywhere' practical as well as beautiful item.  Working lock and small drawer to base.  Appears to have modifications - likely a reduction in size - but these have been sympathetically done and in reality only enhance the cupboards universal appeal.  

Cast Iron and Stone coffee Table

A lovely coffee table in the industrial/up-cycled style. Take a lovely old Victorian cast iron tank stand of pleasing design and marry it to an antique Georgian reclaimed, Cotswold stone, hearth slab to form a delightful and interesting coffee table with lots of historical character. Measuring  81 cm long x 45 cm wide, with a height of 41 cm. If you love creamy Cotswold stone and have a liking for Victorian cast iron this could be just the piece for your home! Very Heavy!

Country, Elm Topped, Farm House Table

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.

Georgian Bath Dresser, 7ft 6ins. long

Wonderful example of the Bath Dresser with scrubbed pine top. Bath Dressers are so called because they were installed into the kitchen basements of many of the large houses of Bath during the massive expansion during Georgian times.  This dresser was removed from one of those grand houses during recent improvements in 2018 having been there since construction. The Bath dresser is a very specific design identifiable by the pot board base and the cannon barrel turned supports. This one measures 7ft6ins long. The original rack is available if required. Viewing is highly recommended!  

Georgian Oak Corner Cupboard

late c18 country oak corner cupboard — original

Large Georgian Weather Vane

Antique Georgian weather vane of large size. Blacksmith made in heavy wrought iron with a copper flag or pennant shaped pointer which still has remnants of the original gilt finish. The word "vane" derives from an old English word "fana" meaning flag. The copper pointer is 60 cm long. The width across the compass point indicators is 114 cm. The whole weather vane stands 2 metres above the roof or whatever structure it is sited upon. This is a very impressive weather vane!, handsome without being ostentatious! The images were taken before the missing E was restored. Viewing advised!

Late 18th Century Mahogany Bachelors Chest

late 18th Century Georgian mahogany bachelors chest , with fitted top drawer . 37 inches wide ... needs restoration, but still very usable. Restoration can be done at jtantiques, in the extensive in-house restoration department please contact to discuss restoration of this item