Furniture

An Edwardian satinwood circular vitrine

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Modelled as a small circular satinwood vitrine opening to the front with a glass top, raised on a three legged pillar, with mahogany cross banding throughout

English, c. 1890

A French Napoleon III period marquetry card table

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Decorated throughout with extensive marquetry work depicting foliage, flowers and birds to the front, top, inside border, outer sides and back, mounted with cast scrolling ormolu mounts all around the

An Edwardian mahogany book troph

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With a book stand to the top and magazine stand to the bottom, the sides with satinwood shell motif inlay, raised on caster wheels
English, c. 1910

Price: £800

A French ormolu mounted marble top side table

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The sides mounted with ormolu swags and mounts to each corner, with a gilt-bronze banding around the shaped marble top, raised on cabriole legs with ormolu hoof feet
French, c.1880

Price: £1,800

A French Louis XV style ormolu mounted marquetry bureau de dame

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Mounted with scrolling gilt bronze mounts, with floral fruitwood marquetry panels and kingwood parquetry, the front opening to an inset leather writing table with drawers, raised on cabriole legs with

A Victorian inlaid marquetry walnut wine side table

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The octogonal shaped top inlaid with mother of pearl and satinwood floral marquetry, with a central burr walnut panel, raised on a carved tripod legged walnut base
Victorian, c. 1870

An English Art Nouveau mahogany vitrine table

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Raised on four straight fluted legs, the top mounted with five bevelled glass panels lifting from the top and held up with hinges, the top and front decorated with satinwood inlay designed with art no

Leather Wing Chairs

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This handsome pair of wing chairs are English, C.1900.
They are designed in the 18th century and are covered in excellent quality leather.

Satin-Birch Wellington Chest

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This tall elegant seven-drawer wellington chest is Victorian, C.1850.