Furniture

Edwardian Nest of four Tables

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This nest of four tables is Edwardian, C.1900.
They are mahogany, cross-banded in satinwood and the straight legs have a line inlay in boxwood.

Price: £1,400.

Mahogany Open Bookcase

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This simple elegant open bookcase is Victorian, C.1850.
Of breakfront form, it presents three shelves beneath a straight cornice and it stands on a shallow plinth.

Price: £1,800.

Edwardian Mahogany Cabinet

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This tall elegant display cabinet is English, C.1890.
In the Georgian style, with its thirteen-pane astragal glazing and its ball-and-claw feet, it has two doors beneath a straight dental cornice.

Edwardian Mahogany Cabinet

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This nicely shaped single-door cabinet is Edwardian, C.1890.
It is mahogany, with satinwood and boxwood inlay and its interior is newly lined in silk.

Edwardian Satinwood Corner Cabinet

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This attractive corner cabinet of curved outline is Edwardian, C.1890.
It is very high quality satinwood with fine marquetry and pen-work.

Edwardian Inlaid Rosewood table

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This centre table is rosewood, with fine inlay of boxwood and satinwood.
On four square tapering legs with original castors, it has a narrow cross-stretcher with a marquetry detail to the centre.

Large Mahogany Desk

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This large and impressive desk is mahogany, cross-banded and inlaid with satinwood.
In the form of a pedestal desk, it has slides above the short drawers and a small bookcase at the back.

Aesthetic Movement Table

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This centre table, in amboyna and black lacquered pearwood is English, C.1870.
Of octagonal form, it is quarter-veneered on the top with a chevron cross-banding within a black border.

Amboyna Lamp Table

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This Victorian lamp table is amboyna, inlaid with ebony and was made in about 1860. amboyna, from the Spice Islands, is a rare wood usually used in trimming other pieces.