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18th century solid mahogany Georgian bowfronted corner cupboard with lovely colour and patina.
Circa 1770 wonderful Georgian solid mahogany bowfronted hanging corner cupboard with lovely colour, grain and patina, and with the original brass escutcheon. The beautiful moulded edges make an elegant and simple statement.
Three beautifully curved original shelves to the interior will hold collectables, or perhaps make a great drinks cabinet.
Size-37.25 inches high by 14 inches deep on side or 15 inches deep to bowfront. 25 inches wide across the front curve.
Provenance:
The previous owners paid 1675.00 for this piece from an antique shop in Wimborne, Dorset, some years ago, as shown on receipt in photo. Purchaser will be given the receipt.
A lovely and very functional Georgian example, and an excellent value, in very good condition, and with original key on tassel.
Ref: 5833
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18th century solid oak country made tilt top table
18th century solid oak rustic tilt top table with restorations. Mainly 18th century with some later restorations, this table is a great buy.
Pale plank top over carved pedestal on tripod feet.
27 inches in diameter by 26.5 inches high by 41.5 inches high when top is tilted up.
Tilts up and away when not needed.
Very functional for occasional use, dining, games, tea or wine, or as a lamp table.
A great size table and in very good condition. Wonderful value.
Ref: 5514
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18th century very attractive country made solid oak chest of drawers with herringbone inlaid drawer fronts.
18th century very handsome country made solid oak chest of drawers with lovely herringbone inlaid drawer fronts, cast brass handles and escutcheons, and raised on bracket feet.
Comprises 2 short drawers over three long graduated drawers.
Size-40 inches wide by 20.75 inches deep by 37.5 inches high.
A very nice size to use for storage in any room, lifted above other chests of drawers by the lovely inlay.
A stylish piece, that will complement any decor, with very good colour, patination, and in very good restored condition.
Ref: 5677
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18th century wonderful Georgian solid oak tilt top table.
18th century Georgian wonderful and original round solid oak tilt top tripod table with plank top having curved edges over well carved baluster shaped column and standing on three splayed legs having elongated pad feet.
Excellent colour and patina.
This makes a great occasional table, or can be used for dining, wine, or lamps, and stores with top tilted up and out of the way if not needed.
Size-30 inches diameter by 29 inches high.
A fine original piece in very good condition.
Ref: 5499
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18th century, London 1788 hallmarked, set of 4 solid silver beaded edge spoons with nice family crest.
London 1788 English hallmarked solid silver set of 4 beaded edge coffee or tea spoons made by Charles Hougham, well known silversmith and brother of Solomon Hougham.
The lovely designed spoons have a full beaded edge to the stem, and a very interesting family crest of an arm held vertically with a hand holding a five pointed star surmounted by a crescent moon.
There are some lovely scrolled small initials believed to be HM below the crest.
Size-5 inches long by 1 inch wide.
Weight-53 grams.
With some minor marks to the bowls, this is a very nice and unusual set of spoons to use with tea or coffee, in good condition overall.
Also makes great keepsake gifts for babies or children.
Ref: 6166
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18th/19thC George III period superb English hallmarked solid silver large 93 piece cutlery canteen for 12 people, including serving pieces, fitted within two wood cases.
1788-1823, George III period English hallmarked solid silver cutlery canteen or table service for 12 people, in the unusual and stylish Reeded Old English pattern, and including a large bone handled knife canteen.
This is a very well balanced and elegant canteen with great proportions, a rare find. All silver pieces were London made between 1788-1823, by very good makers, mainly by the famous William Eley and William Fearn and associates.
The canteen was owned by the same family for many years, and the silver is fitted into a period two tiered oak case. The hallmarks are clear, and there are no monograms or crests. The set comprises 64 solid silver pieces, plus 29 bone handled knives with carving set, or 93 pieces in total.
The 12 seven piece place settings comprise a solid siver dinner fork, dessert fork, table spoon, dessert spoon, teaspoon, and 4 silver serving pieces including a large basting/gravy spoon, a pair of sauce ladles and a long mustard ladle with gilded bowl. Complementary silver pieces are available in stock, which can be added to the canteen if desired.
In addition, included is a lovely and complementary set of 24 bone handled dinner and dessert knives with matching 5 piece carving set, made by famous makers Mappin and Webb and fitted into its own original wood case with key.
The breakdown of the pieces is as follows:
Dessert forks-all London 1815 by Wms. Eley and Fearn.
Dinner forks-6 London 1795 by George Smith (Fearn's apprentice) and
Wm. Fearn, 2 London 1814 by Eley and Fearn, 3 London 1818 by William Chawner (also associated with Eley and Fearn), and 1 London 1821 by Eley and Fearn.
Teaspoons are all made by Robert Peppin (specialist spoon maker). 11 London 1823 and 1 London 1820.
Dessert spoons are all made by Robert Peppin and are all London 1823.
Table spoons-2 London 1788 by Richard Crossley, 7 London 1814 by Eley and Fearn, and 3 London 1821 by Eley and Fearn.
The large gravy spoon is by Robert Peppin and is London 1823.
The mustard ladle is by Robert Peppin and is London 1822.
The sauce ladles are made by James Young and are London 1810.
Weight- 3560 grams.
The knife canteen is all Mappin and Webb, early 20th century.
Size-dinner fork 8 inches long, dessert fork 6.75 inches, table spoon 8.75 inches, dessert spoon 7.25 inches, teaspoon 5 7/8 inches. Dinner knife 9.75 inches and dessert knife 8.5 inches. The serving pieces sizes are gravy spoon 11.5 inches, sauce ladles 7.25 inches, mustard ladle 4 7/8 inches long. Carving set comprises two sizes of carving forks and knives, plus a knife steel.
This service is in very good condition with no damage or repairs to any pieces.
The pattern will blend with any other silver, china or crystal patterns. It is also a very prudent and practical investment with the soaring prices of silver in this economy. It will appreciate while it is used and admired.
Ref: 5612
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18thC Dutch oak vitrine cabinet
18th century unusual solid oak arch topped 2 piece display cabinet with three sided glazed top over two panelled door cupboard below, standing on bun feet.
Astragal glass door encloses fixed shaped shelves, while cupboard below is divided by a shelf.
The whole is surmounted by a typical scrolled leaf carved Dutch motif.
Narrow proportions, make this a useful antique in any room, and perfect to display your dishes or collections.
85 inches to arch top, by 39 inches wide, by 9 inches deep.
A very useful piece with great age in very good condition.
Ref: 1009
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1916 Danish hallmarked solid sterling silver fork.
1916 Danish hallmarked solid sterling silver fork in typical Danish pattern with two skonvirke style figure of eight knot motifs. With the Three Tower Danish mark dated 1916, and assay makers mark for Christian F. Heise. Also marked for maker Otto Friis of Kolding. Very clear hallmarks.
Weight-45 grams.
Size-7 inches long by 7/8 inches wide.
A lovely fork in very good condition. Very useful.
We have many other individual and sets of Danish, English, and Continental pieces of cutlery in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 5409
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1917 cased Potosi Silver Co. silver plate dessert set in the original case.
Marked with registration mark for 1917, a set of 6 pairs, or 6 forks and 6 knives for dessert or fruit in the original fitted case, retailed by Wainwright of Liverpool.
Made by Potosi Silver Co. of Birmingham, this well crafted set is also useful for cheese, and has a very good weight.
This is a wonderful versatile service, great to keep or to give as a gift, which will be sure to be appreciated.
Size of knife 5.5 inches long, and fork 5.25 inches.
In very good condition.
Ref: 1016
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1917 marked Danish solid silver spoon.
1917 marked Danish solid silver or sterling spoon hallmarked with the Three Tower symbol for Danish silver and marked 1917. Also marked with the assay makers mark for Christian F. Heise, and the makers mark for E. Orsnes of Aalborg.
Very clear hallmarks and typical Danish design shapely decorated stem.
Weight-30 grams.
Size- 6 5/8 inches long by 1 3/8 inches wide.
A lovely and useful antique Danish spoon in very good condition.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 5408
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