Antique William IV solid mahogany bench in good original condition. It has the original turned rolls on the top & sits on well turned hexagonal legs.
Width - 45.7", 116 cm
Depth - 10.6", 27 cm
Height - 19.3", 49 cm
This antique William IV mahogany writing table is wonderful quality & could be used as a dressing table or side table too. It dates from the 1830-40 period & is in excellent original condition. It has all the typical William IV features, like the back gallery & the carved corner brackets in the kneehole section. The drawers have fine dovetails & the left hand one is a double drawer. The drawers have nicely turned handles. The mahogany has a nice rich colour & patina, so this piece has plenty of character.
This large antique mahogany bookcase is wonderful quality throughout & has many fine details, so please enlarge all the images. I would date it to around the 1910 period & it's in good original condition. The top section has a dental cornice, 2 astral-glazed doors & three carved grooved Corinthian columns. Behind the doors are two separate compartments, each with four adjustable shelves that slide into grooves. In the bottom section are two flame mahogany panelled doors with plenty of storage inside. Above the bottom doors are two separate pull out brushing slides. This is a very heavy solid piece of furniture & it comes apart into two sections for easier transportation.
Antique William IV mahogany desk armchair upholstered in hand coloured green leather. This chair dates from the 1830-40 period & is in good condition throughout. The back is deep buttoned & the leather is hand tacked all over. The back has that typical William IV carving in the corners & the legs are turned & grooved. The back legs have the original porcelain casters. This is a real character piece of furniture & the are one or two old marks & indentations within the surface of the wood, so if you like your antiques looking new, this won't be for you. This chair is perfect fro a desk, because the front of the arms are set back from the front of the seat, which itself is bowed out a bit at the front. There is a general misconception that the chair should fit under the desk, but when sitting & using a desk, the front of the chair will always be behind the front of the desk.