Furniture

Burr walnut card table

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This card table, C.1860, has a quarter-veneered burr walnut top with amboyna crossbanding. The fold-over top offers a baize surface with cribbage board inlay on the sides.

Burr walnut Davenport

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This burr walnut davenport was made in England C.1860. It is inlaid throughout with delicate boxwood marquetry. The upper doors conceal an arrangement of pigeonholes and drawers.

Edwardian Mahogany Carlton House Desk.

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This Edwardian Carlton House desk, C.1890 is a classic piece of English furniture.

Credenza

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This walnut credenza with three glazed doors is Victorian, C.1860. It has a "butterfly" veneered top of serpentine form and is mounted throughout in ormolu, still with its original gilding.

Edwardian Inlaid Desk

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This very attractive desk is English, and was made at the end of the 19th century. It is mahogany, inlaid with boxwood, satinwood and fruitwood.

Inlaid Rosewood Desk

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This bureau is Edwardian, C.1890 and is rosewood, with marquetry inlay. The roll-top opens to offer a fitted interior with its original.

Mahogany Sofa Table

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This attractive sofa table was made at the start of the 20th century. It is mahogany with an inlay of boxwood, has one long drawer and stands on swept feet with a turned stretcher.

Maple & Co. Mahogany Bureau

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This very pretty fall-front bureau is Edwardian, C.1890.

Carlton House Desk

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A large and impressive Carlton House desk, the leather writing surface which draws forward is backed by banks of drawers between doors, this structure returning to the front with curved sloping flaps