Furniture of particular shape and construction in carved, lacquered and painted wood with floral decorations. Very high quality, cane in perfect condition.
Seat height without the cushion: 43 cm; with the cushion: 47 cm. Very good general condition, one of cabochon slightly cracked at the base. Excellent condition, only a few small chips in the glaz on the brim. Excellent condition, a few small chips on the glaze of the brim.
Five original extending leaves with four folding legs. French polished and in very good condition. Bureau with three external drawers of good capacity. Object in worked and painted copper-colored metal representing a sailing ship model. Very good condition, slightly worn on the rim. Woodwork in very good condition, textile in fair condition.
Standing on four tapering legs united with a stretcher. The doors with elliptical original brass work panels. The upper section held upon two bronze, very well chiselled spiral supports. Furniture in carved, gilded and hand painted wood with floral decorations of great pleasure. The upper cabinet section is removable, has 2 glass doors and is 1100mm high. The seat is right angled at the front with a curved back, and there are cross beams underneath. Basic upholstering has been carried out but the seat would benefit from reupholstering. The cupboard is 1000mm wide, 900mm high and 300mm deep. Two of the chairs have arm rests for both ends of the table. The table also has a removable leaf to suit different configurations. This table has been lovingly restored about 10 years ago. It has been covered up for most of its time since then so the finish is in very good condition. Regrettable sale however we simply have no need for this beautiful setting. Up for sale is this lovely rustic cabinet. The rustic pine top is a great contrast against the painted base. Good solid condition, no large splits or cracks to the wood. The piece stands well on it's own but best against a wall as it is quite slim. Many people may have inherited their antique furniture – sometimes across many generations – and therefore knowing what the options are to value and sell antique furniture can be difficult. We’ll give you everything you need – and more – so you can sell your antique furniture quickly, easily and hassle-free. It’s much harder to sell antique furniture on the high street, simply because it’s harder to carry around with you. Plus, high street vendors may offer you less than it’s true worth because they then have to sell it on for a profit. The key with antique furniture is to understand what you’ve got, how rare it might be and to find dealers or experts who specialise in your specific items. That way, you’ll be in a stronger position to get the best prices for your antique furniture, whichever way you decide to sell it. Some are straightforward and easy, others require more effort.
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Keep in mind that there may be buyers prepared to take advantage of the fact that you might not be an expert so be prepared, otherwise you’ll be playing unnecessary ‘sell antique furniture’ games and will lose out. It may be valuable only to a select few people. Firstly, the fees associated with selling antique furniture (listings, commissions, photography etc) can be high so make sure you know what your liability is likely to be. Auction sales will usually represent true market values but prices can vary wildly dependent on who’s in the room and the popularity/rarity of your items. With auctions, prices are final when the auctioneer calls it so in one sense, your ‘sell antique furniture’ objective has been realised but if you’re not happy with the outcome, there’s very little comeback. They may also offer to buy them from you but remember they have to factor in their own profits so therefore the offer might not be as high as you were hoping for.
You will undoubtedly attract a good number of ‘tyre kickers’ but when it comes down to an actual sale, make sure you set a reserve and understand exactly how the system works. Ball feet, keyholes on all 4 drawers (no keys). Good solid bit of furniture, 110cm tall, 93cm wide, 46cm deep. Collection within 7 days of auction close, more items listed. The sofa arm needs gluing back to make secure, it is position, just a little loose. Double and single hanging areas or use the single area for shelves (included). It is only being sold as we no longer have room, it is buyer to collect. Two upright columns of draws and a desk top which sits upon them.
I have included a picture with the red line to show where it splits. It’s been covered in a bit of plaster (which will wipe off) and has a small hole in the leather. It’s well used and could be restored to its former glory fairly easily with some time. It has a plain top over two drawers with brass cup handles supported by turned legs. Desk top can be removed to ease handling and transport.
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Not sure what is made from looks like compressed wood ?!
The drawer has a working lock with a key. There are some woodworm holes, mainly in the base. Local delivery available, please message me with your postcode. With 7 drawers this unit offers plenty of space. Top surface has a few small bubbles on it, otherwise in good used condition. Small chip on the inner edge as seen on the photo. As well as being attractive to look at, it is a really solid desk for working on, and is a good size for fitting into fairly small spaces. It’s most obvious at the back of the desk which will most likely face a wall. An excellent product to nourish, protect and give a long lasting deep shine to your wooden furniture, enhancing it's natural beauty. The lamp needs to be fully required and a new bulb holder - but the original lamp shade hold is with the lamp.
Very good condition for its age, minor marks from use and age - as shown in the photos. The sideboard has 3 cupboards with shelves and 3 drawers. It is a very attractive piece of furniture. Some minor repair is required to bottom right side as pictured but does not affect the usability of the sideboard. The sideboard had been in one family for 3 generations when we purchased but now selling due to house move. This has lots of hanging and drawer space.
Good condition overall but does have som age related marks. This will be dismantled ready for collection. The blue and white doors have been recently lacquered so they are pristine. Need some tlc has a few hammers missing as can be seen in the photo. Take a clean cotton cloth, sponge or brush and apply in the direction of the wood grain where possible. Leave to dry for around 3 minutes, and buff to finish with a soft cloth. Rare to find a matching pair, make lovely bedside tables. Good condition for age, one has a slight chip on its marbles top but it doesn't deter from their aesthetics. Well made and quite heavy, so collection only. Pictures 3, 4 and 6 show the best fabric pattern. Could be a stunning pair either side of the fireplace!
With antique furniture available from a wide range of time periods, it is possible to find genuine antique furniture to suit any style of home. An antique sofa or chaise longue can provide you with much more than just a place to comfortably sit and relax.
A quality antique sofa or chaise longue can easy become the focal point of any room, offering both comfort and style. Early and mid-twentieth century antique furniture can provide you with the perfect blend of vintage authenticity combined with a modern edge. Antique tables and dressers come in many different styles and are usually constructed from solid woods. They were built to last and can add a touch of style to any room in the house. Different periods and furniture from different countries each possess their own style, which reflects the era and place that they were made. Many items of antique furniture such as wardrobes, bookcases and tables can take up quite a large amount of space. Smaller items such as table lamps and mirrors provide to great way to add some antique charm to your home without requiring too much space. A quality piece of antique furniture can become the focal point of any room, providing a great conversation piece. The use of antique furniture around the home can be a great way to recreate historic styles, which have been made popular again through films and television programmes. Although many people buy antique furniture to use and enjoy, there are always people looking to buy antique furniture as an investment. With so many types of antique furniture available, there are many opportunities to add to your collection or begin buying antique furniture. On antique sofas, chaises and other upholstered items, it is often the upholstery which shows most of the wear. It is therefore possible to have antique furniture reupholstered, either restoring the piece to its former glory or using fabrics that can give the piece a more modern look. Nobles from the medieval court needed portable furniture as they moved around quite frequently so this lead to large tables of trestle forms with bulbous turned legs, which could be dismantled and transported. Some cupboards were built in and seating was often incorporated into the panelling of a room. Buffets with stepped shelves were used to display silver in great houses, while food and drink was served from simpler pieces. Flat topped chests (coffers) with raised feet, usually formed part of the permanent furnishings, used for storage and to sit on. Beds were status symbols, often with canopies with rich materials hung. Oak was still the main timber used along with some rustic pine and the chest of drawers made its first appearance with a dovetail joint along with mouldings used on drawer fronts for decoration.
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The gate leg table was a prominent piece of period furniture and the bible boxes had writing slopes added. Baroque style in period furniture had an architectural feel; large wall mirrors had elaborate carved and scrolled frames, below having matching console tables sometimes with carved cherubs, mythical figures or birds. Cabinets were decorated with mosaics, painted panels or lacquer and stood on highly ornate carved stands; the cabinet on stand was used to display the most valued prized possessions. Dutch taste was high in fashion and the new vogue was to have comfortable furnishings not just usable. Chairs were more padded with comfy upholstery, inlaid decorative marquetry was used, walnut was widely used on an oak carcass and this was the first appearance of the cabriole leg. Very often built in this period were low boys or side tables, chest on stands, desks and chairs usually with cabriole legs in a wonderful figured golden walnut colour. French polished finishes were used on such fine pieces and animal decorations were used like lion paw feet and rams heads. Britain was getting wealthier and there was a large rise in middle class people, therefore more houses were built and there was a large increase in furniture manufacture to fulfil their needs. Comfort in seating was most important with upholstered arm chairs, sofas and chaise lounge. Machinery was now widely used in the manufacture, with machine cut dovetail joints and carvings. With elegant flowing lines, organic plant like inlaid shapes, stylized flowers blended together to make very fine pieces indeed.
We have a beautiful selection available for sale with home delivery available. Over the course of many centuries, furniture has evolved to be usable but also as a decorative art form. The overall integrity is without compromise. The surface is possibly original; green paint now highly oxidized and nearly black. Typical of these highchairs, this chair may have experienced a tumble early in is functional period. The chair was mended for continued use by subsequent generations. When one examines the chair at arms length, the "in-use" mends are not immediately evident. The very tight kerfed and pinned splice in the bow, just above the proper left arm appears to be ancient; the entire bow shares a consistent dark surface and rich patina. The proper left arm terminus at bow has a slightly different shape and is a tad lower than the other arm. There is a small lamination at edge of seat that is pinned; note the shrinkage as evidenced by protruding pins; note consistency of color. It is possible that the bow was mended by retrofitting beneath the arm; pinning, shaping and scratch molding it. It is also possible that the bow was made that way; in two pieces. The front and rear posts are joined by stretchers, and are without ornamentation save for the ball-feet and handholds on front posts. As is so often the case, the front medial stretcher was replaced during an early period of use; a strong hardwood stick facilitated a make-do repair. The stick has developed a great patina and is pleasingly timeworn; the underside retains a smooth bark.
The lower section displays a slightly projecting top and contains three working drawers flanked by carved, incised and scrolled moldings continuing to similarly treated scrolled feet joined by shaped apron; back feet also carved. At the top of case (center of splash), and at top center and outside corners of lower-case are applied carved quarter and half-round ornaments. The case and drawer fronts are faux grained, all else stained; superb surface. Excellent original condition; two light scratches on side of case, else fine. The hardware appears to be original, cast pewter back-plates with iron bails fastened by cotter pins. The round cornered rectangular seat is dished and has an ornamental seat projection at front center; seats are raised on legs with ring turned bands under seat, down-weighted incised baluster above reverse baluster terminating with a knop above a small turned foot. The legs are joined by a delicate turned box stretcher. Other than typical paint losses the chair remains in great condition. Surface competently cleaned of over-paint exposing old red. Looks like gramps daubed a tad of brown paint on areas with paint loss; doesn't distract and is minor. Notice the flattened front posts and loss of height cased by generations of children using it as a "walker" as they learned to walk!
The interior writing surface has a sliding deck section that opens to a storage compartment.
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The lower section has two graduated drawers with overhanging thumb-molded edges and original brasses. The whole raised on a tall and robust applied bracket base. The surface with traces of thin red is very old and has a rich patina; (1758) in the backboards. The seat is fitted with a removable seat board above the analogous seat board which is fitted for the chamber pot. Fantastic apple green paint; pegged construction. The drawers are dovetailed with drawer fronts being painted and having turned wooden knobs; case in a red resin stain. Secondary wood on lower drawer restored, otherwise all else fine and original. A wonderful early armchair displaying typical wear to front posts and handholds. The pine seat was added long ago during the chairs period of use; loss of height. Ancient black paint over green paint; dry surface. The lower case with side handles contains three long drawers and is raised on conforming bracket base. Nicely figured veneers, banding, and inlays compliment this piece. The armrests on turned, incised, and swelled posts. The shaped and scooped plank-seat raised on delicate turned and incised legs joined by box stretcher. The footrest is original as is the paint which has a nice patina. The bench is finished on all sides featuring hand-carved decorations in the pagoda and hook pattern. These chairs have cane seats and new upholstered coral fabric. This settee has been newly reupholstered and restored. Throw pillow finished with yellow textured linen backing. The hanging cord adds an additional 9" at the top, and the fringe adds 6" to the bottom.
Watercolor and gouache on silk, silk matting and backing. Black lacquered wood frame with metal corners. Stunning cups, overall excellent condition. The piece depicts a lovely and peaceful scene of little birds and blossoming sakura. Beautiful crazed finish on white glazed ceramic. Perfect size for holding houseplants or other decorative objects. Runner is one continuous piece of fabric with all edges professionally hemmed.
Hand worked clay with drippy majolica glaze. Pillows backs are a vintage/never used ultra soft blue cotton velvet fabric. Vibrant colors make these matching vases a wonderful addition to any home!
The base is beautifully patined but keeps to its original beauty and style. Pillows backs are a vintage/never used ultra soft golden cotton velvet fabric. These parrot sculptures or figurines are entirely made of porcelain with beautifully colored glazes. Backside is lined with a vintage/never used cotton fabric. Pillows back is a vintage/never used ultra soft golden cotton velvet fabric. A room full of all one era or style of furnishings and accessories can feel staid, and, let’s face it, a bit boring. A piece or two of this rich, evocative style can bring layers of life and meaning to a room.