Fine George I Demi-lune Games Table in mahogany, having a hinged semicircular top opening to a polished surface further opening to a well; veneered skirt below and raised on straight turned legs ending in pad feet. Circa 1730. (Replaced escutcheon)
A REGENCY MAHOGANY METAMORPHIC LIBRARY CHAIR
in the manner of Morgan and Sanders, with a reeded curved tablet
top-rail, reeded scroll-arms, channelled sabre legs and a caned seat hinged
at the front rail to form a set of library steps with tooled leather treads. Circa 1815
George II Concertina Action Mahogany Game Table. Circa 1730. Having a rectangular top opening to a tooled leather playing surface above a veneered frieze, supported by cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Note the good proportions and extremely fine cartouche and leafage carving on the front knees.
Separate tables for playing cards became popular during the Queen Anne period and the form developed from gateleg and dr ...click for details
A Regency Brass and Smoke Painted Music Stand attributed to Sébastien Erard, c.1810, the pierced shield-shaped rest with gilt and smoke decoration and with replaced adjustable brass candle arms, on a rising column in the form of an arrow, the metal base of tri-form shape with similar decoration, .Sébastien and Pierre Erard traded from Great Marlborough Street from 1792 and later Little Portland Street where they traded as pianoforte and music stand makers. ...click for details
Rare set of English Regency bedsteps in mahogany with caned sides and back, having a turned gallery above three tooled leather treads, the first with tambour doors below, the second now with drawer below. Circa 1800-1815.
Fine George III Octagonal Cellarette or Wine Cooler in mahogany with brass banding, having a hinged lid opening to a tin liner, slightly tapered body with brass carrying handles and the original stand with four champfered legs. English, circa 1780.
Originally used in the dining room to hold wine brought up from the cellar for the meal, the tin liner would have protected the wood from the condensation from the ...click for details