A Gordon Russell 'Helix' mahogany sideboard, designed by David Booth, circa 1951
Of rectangular form, enclosed by a pair of inset rosewood faced doors with incised interlacing vertical lines,
brass ring handles, on tapering legs, copper finish label inscribed 'Russell of Broadway' with circular s...
A fine looking George III design mahogany wingback armchair, circa 1900. re-holstered in Rose Uniacke Tyrian
cotton fabrice, on square tapering legs with h stretcher, on brass castors.
nb the back legs have an old repair, with a supporting bracket
A very pretty hand painted papier mache Kashmiri table lamp, decorated with hand painted gold foliage and birds
An Edwardian 'Woodstock' style mahogany upholstered armchair, with loose feather cushion seat
A pretty Victorian walnut open armchair with bobbin turned arm supports on brass castors
possibly by Miles & Edwards, based in Oxford Street 1822-71.
A 19th century large copper riveted cauldron,
a hand crafted ceramic tile top on oak coffee table with dovetailed joinery, signed by Ox Art 73
A pretty Victorian oak chaise converted into a ottoman stool, using Nicky Haslam Greenbrier linen fabric on top,
on turned legs with large brass castors.
An Anglo-Indian hardwood octagonal folding table with inlaid foliage decoration
an early 70s De Sede DS31 armchair in a faded green leather.
A petite Edwardian mahogany upholstered tub chair with loose feather cushion seat
ready to be re-covered
A late Regency mahogany converted upholstered ottoman/stool using Olive Tree- blue & red Schumacher fabric, on
turned carved mahogany legs with castors.
A pretty set of four Victorian Gothic-Revival Pugin-style dining chairs
A fine William IV Library mahogany armchair, upholstered in a dark brown later leatherette with a button-back, on
large brass castors
A late Victorian walnut upholstered open armchair
A pair of mid-century cherry red leather easy armchairs, on square tapering fluted legs.
very very comfy; the leather has wear.
A fine pair of Georgian 'sgabello' shaped oak hall chairs with a central amorial insignia
a late Victorian Syrian octagonal table with mother of pearl and various inlays.
the central top motif missing and some mother of pearl, however the table is structurally sound
A very rare and beautiful fabric sample book by James Shoolbred with over 90 different fabrics, chintzs and silks
in a concertina booklet, circa 1900.
i've never seen one in 40years
A pair of Victorian oak carved hall chairs, the back splat carved into heraldic two headed eagle with crown
Couple Entwined by John Swannell, 1991.
studio stamp on reserve, printed on card
framed & mounted (frame size 47cm by 57cm)
A collection draught excluders, hand sewn using small remnants of vintage chenilles, jaquards & upholstery fabric
with leftover braid & grosgrain tape. inner filled with unused quilting off cuts from a mill in Lancashire.
each 79cm to 85cm wide and each one is £100.
this is original insulation technol...
A Louis XV-style shagreen (stingray skin) and nickel plated bureau plat, the serpentine shaped rectangular top
above three frieze drawers and false drawers on the other side, on cabriole legs headed by putti masks mounts and
A tall vase, decorated in William Morris fabric
A gilt metal swing arm floor lamp, late 20th Century, spanish made.
A fine looking Florentine style giltwood lamp standard
A fine looking Italian 'Majolica' bulblous vase decorated with birds and foliage.
A portrait of a bearded man by Ralph Peacock (1868-1946) signed and dated 1890.
oil on canvas on board, framed
A mid Georgian elm side chair with a drop in seat, circa 1750.
an unusual Edwardian mahogany 'Arts & Crafts' desk, with a raised superstructure on splayed legs with a stretcher.
Hardwaare by AA Gill. Signed and dated 1979. Coloured crayon on brown paper, framed.
AA Gill writer is a columnist for the Sunday Times, studied fine art at the Slade School of Art in the late 70s.
A pretty River Thames view, near Chiswick, oil on canvass, circa 1960