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18th Century George II Mahogany Miniature Bureau

18th Century George II Mahogany Miniature Bureau

18th Century George II Mahogany Miniature Bureau SOLD Follow Usinstagram18th Century George II Mahogany Miniature Bureau What came first.... the miniature or the full scale? This small scale model at just 9” wide dates from the very beginning...

17th-Century miniature table cabinet

17th-Century miniature table cabinet

The miniature table cabinet opens to an arrangement of drawers, a row of four, a bank of four and a long pen drawer, similarly veneered in oysters of olive.

Queen Anne Walnut Kneehole Desk

Queen Anne Walnut Kneehole Desk

The fine and rare Queen Anne (1702-1714) burr and highly figured walnut kneehole desk.

Above six solid walnut bun feet and cross-grain ogee moulding, six small drawers surround a double dee moulded edged kneehole under two long drawers

George III Chippendale Period Mahogany Pie Crust Tray

George III Chippendale Period Mahogany Pie Crust Tray

A fine George III Chippendale period mahogany pie crust tray, circa 1770, England. Of circular form, with a carved and shaped edge. Alexander George Fine Antique sell 18th & 19th century antique English furniture.

William and Mary Olive Oyster 31” Table

William and Mary Olive Oyster 31” Table

An exceptional and extremely rare William and Mary Olive Oyster 31” Table, Circa 1670-1690. Inlaid with holly the moulded and banded top sits above a frieze drawer, beautifully raised on original freely carved Solomonic or twist legs, terminate on reverse pears and joined by ‘y’ shaped stretcher veneered in cross-grain olive.

17th Century William and Mary Olive Oyster Cushion Mirror

17th Century William and Mary Olive Oyster Cushion Mirror

17th Century William and Mary Olive Oyster Cushion Mirror Circa 1690 England SOLD Follow Usinstagram17th Century William and Mary Olive Oyster Cushion Mirror Further reading -  Oystering or oyster veneer is a form of veneering, a type of...

Solid Padauk Carved Anglo-Indian Card Table

Solid Padauk Carved Anglo-Indian Card Table

Solid Padauk Carved Anglo-Indian Card Table. With the growth of trade and military power, the East India Company encouraged its British male employees to create a community with mixed ancestry. The company paid 15 silver rupees to the mother of any child born of such marriages.

William and Mary Kingwood or ‘Princes’ wood oyster cabinet on chest

William and Mary Kingwood or ‘Princes’ wood oyster cabinet on chest

When the most expensive timber of the 17th century met Thomas Pistor. There were, in fact, two cabinet-makers called Thomas Pistor, father and son, working for a period at the same time but at different premises. One or both are known to have made furniture of quality for Levens Hall.

17th Century William and Mary Kingwood Strongbox

17th Century William and Mary Kingwood Strongbox

A 17th century William and Mary Kingwood strongbox, with gilt brass straps. This strongbox has to be one of the most charming and certainly the smallest example we have encountered, at just 17.5 cm high, 28 cm wide and 18 cm deep. A strongbox of similar merit form and style resides at Burghley House in ‘The 1st George State Room.

18th Century George III Mahogany Serpentine Chest or Commode

18th Century George III Mahogany Serpentine Chest or Commode

A fine George III mahogany serpentine commode, England, circa 1770. Attributed to Henry Hill, Marlborough. The three graduated drawers retain their original gilt brass handles over a unique carved apron and flanked by moulded angles continuing into the shaped cabriole feet.

George I Burr and Highly Figured Walnut Lowboy, Circa 1720

George I Burr and Highly Figured Walnut Lowboy, Circa 1720

George I Burr and Highly Figured Walnut Lowboy Circa 1720. England SOLD Follow UsinstagramGeorge I Burr and Highly Figured Walnut Lowboy, Circa 1720. England The feather and cross banded top is quarter veneered with burr walnut and edged with...

William and Mary Olive Oyster Lace Box

William and Mary Olive Oyster Lace Box

Fabulous 17th-century olive oyster ‘lace box’. ‘Lace boxes’ were popular amongst the middle and higher classes of society from C.1660-1700. The olive oyster box we have for offer here is a lovely original and unusually small example, at just 12″ wide. This form dates from circa 1680-1700.

George III Mahogany Serpentine Chest of Drawers

George III Mahogany Serpentine Chest of Drawers

Georgian perfection, 18th century George III mahogany serpentine chest of drawers with brushing slide, fabulous reeded columns and retaining superb original age patinated surface. Choice cuts of flame mahogany veneer sit below the brushing-slide to the four oak lined cock-beaded graduating drawers, which are fitted with their original gilt swan-neck handles, skeleton escutcheons and locks.

17th Century Carved Oak Wainscot Chair, The Yorkshire Chair

17th Century Carved Oak Wainscot Chair, The Yorkshire Chair

17th Century Carved Oak Wainscot Chair, The Yorkshire Chair Sold Follow Usinstagram17th Century Carved Oak Wainscot Chair, The Yorkshire Chair A superb and original carved Wainscot armchair, circa 1660. Yorkshire This superb Wainscot chair...

18th Century George II Mahogany Miniature Bureau

18th Century George II Mahogany Miniature Bureau

18th Century George II Mahogany Miniature Bureau SOLD Follow Usinstagram18th Century George II Mahogany Miniature Bureau What came first.... the miniature or the full scale? This small scale model at just 9” wide dates from the very beginning...

17th-Century miniature table cabinet

17th-Century miniature table cabinet

The miniature table cabinet opens to an arrangement of drawers, a row of four, a bank of four and a long pen drawer, similarly veneered in oysters of olive.

Queen Anne Walnut Kneehole Desk

Queen Anne Walnut Kneehole Desk

The fine and rare Queen Anne (1702-1714) burr and highly figured walnut kneehole desk.

Above six solid walnut bun feet and cross-grain ogee moulding, six small drawers surround a double dee moulded edged kneehole under two long drawers

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