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Drop leaf extending table
Turned leg
One leaf

£600 VAT Free

Amazing and rare example of pierced creamware
Square base with legs

£600 VAT Free

The rush bottomed Sussex chair is one of William Morris's most iconic chairs
Icon of the arts and crafts movement

£1200 +VAT

Lovely chest of drawers
Look good in any room
3 large drawers
2 small drawers

£400 +VAT

Revolving magazine rack / stand
Made from brass and mahogany
Ideal for keeping your journals and magazines close to hand.

£120 +VAT

Beautiful cast iron book press
Very heavy
Ideal for use as a book press or a decorative piece.

£300 +VAT

This is an unusual brass coffee pot
With built in spirit burner
Ornate glass dome
Tilts to pour

£80 VAT Free

Creamware Bowl
Plane bowl with Pierced with flower design and rope edged
Back stamp Wedgwood Etruria

£100 VAT Free

Large antique pot bellied Urn
Blue and white
Gold banding on the finial / handles

£100 VAT Free

A Victorian mahogany bed tray
With a three quarter gallery with pierced handles, on turned legs
Has adjustable writing / reading slope

£100 VAT Free

Mahogany Campaign Table
Brass handles
Still folds as it should

£600 VAT Free

Antique chest of drawers
With brass handles
Two full length drawers and two small drawers

£350 +VAT

Small desk or dressing table
Made by Howard & Sons of London (opened in 1820.)
Their furniture became popular during the Victorian era amongst the upper class
Large drawer with stamped name.

£400 VAT Free

Each piece with a band of fine geometric piercing, the tureen with a scalloped rim and two double entwined handles, the cover with an pine cone handle, the stand 27.2cm diam, stand and tureen impressed

£1000 VAT Free

Brass with white bowl
51cm x 20cm Diameter

£120 VAT Free

This gorgeous example of a Tang Dynasty pottery horse.. The horse raises one leg in the air as he turns his head to the side.
This elegant sculpture is a testament to the admiration and adoration the Chinese had for these marvellous creatures. Although they were an integral part in the expansion and defence of the empire.

Offers over £4000 VAT Free

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