Monday, October 20, 2008


Striking late Georgian rosewood and gilt showpiece console hall table. Scrolling Rococo gesso pediment applied to rosewood framed mirror back with shelf supported by bold gesso gilded brackets. Original white marble top supported by apron of relief flaring leaf above pair of flanking gilt supports of the finest detail. In excellent natural original order. Measures 48" wide x 63" high x 18" deep.

Very good quality mid 19th Century mahogany dining server buffet with cupboard base fitted with interior of cellaret and linen shelves behind fielded panel doors, rising to shelf top supported by fine reeded supports and rising back. Offered in superb original order and finish. Measures 54" wide x 53" high x 21" deep.

Impressive Mid-19th Century mahogany quadruple width sideboard with arched mirror back featuring moulded frame and finely carved crest. Moulded blind frieze drawers over four panelled doors concealing fitted interior of linen shelves and cellaret. Preserved in excellent original condition. Measures 72" wide.

Stunning mid 19th Century Victorian mahogany four door sideboard with exceptional flame veneers to arch moulded doors divided by finely carved scrolling pilasters. Row of concave frieze drawers and moulded back. In perfect original French polish finish. Measures 72" wide

Exceptional quality late 18th Century Sheraton mahogany bowfronted sideboard with tambour door gallery back. Two banks of inlaid and banded drawers furnished in brass oval plate handles, flanking a central tambour door cupboard. Standing on tapered legs with spade fit and offered in superb original condition.

Very fine Sheraton period 18th Century breakfront mahogany sideboard with brass gallery back over single piece top. Pair of flanking panelled cupboards centred by drawers all banded in tulipwood, inset with flame veneers and inlaid with boxwood stringing. Standing on fine tapering legs with spade foot. Excellent original patinated finish and distinguished original order. Measures 74" wide x 39" high x 24" deep.

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