Impressive antique early 19th century mahogany glazed bookcase sitting on a cupboard base. It's in good original condition & I would date it to around the 1820's period. The mahogany has good figuring throughout & there are interesting panels running down both sides. The shelves are all adjustable & this bookcase separates into two sections.
Antique Victorian Satin Birch breakfront open bookcase, with a wonderful original colour & patina. It has curved corners & adjustable shelves throughout. This is a stunning top quality item & quite a rare piece of furniture. It comes apart quite easily into 5 sections. Top cornice, 3 bookcase sections & the plinth base. I would say it dates to around the 1860's period.
This is a period William 1V rosewood X framed stool in good original condition dating from the 1830-40's period. It has those typical incised cut outs & shaping around the top, which were only done in that period. The shaped X framed legs have a turned cross stretcher joining them, which gives extra stability. The seat has been recovered in a cream linen fabric by my upholsterer & you can feel the crisp horse hair inside when you press down. If you wanted to recover, it's held in by two screws underneath. It would be a very easy job for any upholsterer & shouldn't cost more than £15 - £20 to do.
This antique walnut Low Boy side table is in wonderful original condition & has a superb colour & patina. I'm not sure of it's exact age & at first sight it looks like an original period piece from the 1700's, but on closer inspection, I would put it to around the 1890 -1900's period. It has lovely figuring plus natural distressing within the wood, which is cross banded & inlaid throughout. The brass handles are original & it has lovely shaping around the base, with solid walnut pad feet. This piece is excellent quality throughout & the drawers have fine dovetails. The polish is in good original condition with a slight bit of fading on the top, which I wouldn't want to touch, because it looks really period.