We are offering for sale this set of 6, truly wonderful, 19th Century large, heavy Cast Iron Bench ends by
A 19th Century Shop Display cabinet from a historic perfumery in Chester. Mirror back and suede shelving are later (but
A large, tall, fully shelved 19th Century fully shelved Kitchen/Pantry cupboard in original paint finish.
Victorian pine counter ... unusual and original
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.
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.
Lovely large sized Victorian Over Mantle Mirror in distressed Gilt finish with good plate. Good large size: measures 140 cm long and stands 102 cm high. The mirror plate is in very good condition. The frame is in a nice naturally tired Gilt finish with a few losses to some moulding sections. A very nice mirror!
I love this large piece of Majolica pottery in the form of a Heron in a natural setting of reeds. Beautifully sculpted and formed in a slightly stooped stance amongst reeds as if interrupted mid hunt. Standing some 67 cm high this would be perfect as a garden ornament by a pond setting or in a conservatory or as an attractive decorative figure anywhere within the house. Lovely object!
Beautiful small sized chest of drawers in the Gustavian style with distressed pale blue paint with wax finish. Delightful small proportions standing 92 cm high with a length of just 87 cm and a depth of 46 cm. Very good condition. Dating from the late 19th C.. Lovely chest!