Historic knocks, marks, cracks, scratches, wear, imperfections, repairs and alterations, as is always the way and to be expected with genuine antique furniture. Solid quality pieces with no loose joints.
A lovely vintage walnut bow front display cabinet. We date this cabinet to the first half of the 20th century. The cabinet sits on a four cabriole legs with paw carved feet. The top has an attractive serpentine shaped gallery. The cabinet consists of two bow front solid side hinged doors flanking a central glazed double door area. The outer doors have been veneered with well matched finely figured walnut, the central doors have been glazed in wooden mouldings producing a pleasing geometric effect. The doors are secured with locks (key supplied). The interior of each section is fitted with two shelves. Glass shelves in the middle and wood shelves to the outer sides. The central display area has been lined with a dark red coloured paper.
The two outer cupboards are bow fronted with the most spectacular fretwork carvings. It stands on a breakfront plinth and has beautiful kingwood crossbanding with boxwood and ebony string inlay around the edges and fine carved corbels.
The top has a shaped back with the original oval bevelled mirror and elegant side supports. The door has elegant glazing bars with the original brass handle and key with working lock. The interior comprises of two removable shelves with fabric lining and the piece stands on tapering legs with spade feet and overall is in superb condition.
A lovely small walnut cabinet. We date this cabinet to the mid 20th century. The cabinet sits on four queen anne style cabriole legs with round pad feet. The interior of the cabinet consists of a simple cupboard with a removeable central shelf. The door front has been veneered with well matched finely figured walnut. The door is fitted with a shapely cast drop handle. The cabinet has a height of 25" (63cm), a width of 13.5" (34cm) and a depth of 14.5" (37cm). This lovely walnut bedside cabinet remains in very good solid condition with only very minor surface markings commensurate with age and usage, including some minor indentations, scratches and light wear to the finish on the top surface from past use.
38cmH space above the bottom and 39cmH space above the shelf.as is typical the shelf is held in place by pinned supports, which can be repositioned by pinning in a new location. Historic knocks, marks, cracks, scratches, wear, imperfections, repairs and alterations, as is always the way and to be expected with genuine antique furniture.
Beneath are two glazed doors with the original key escutcheon and key with working lock. The interior comprises of two adjustable shelves with the original, used velvet lining. The sides are elegantly inlaid with brass ormolu mounts and the whole piece stands on elegant turned ebonized bun feet.
By the renowned cabinet makers Marsh, Jones & Cribb, London, this magnificent credenza is truly breathtaking and dates from around 1870. With a stepped moulded top above four glazed doors with keys with working locks and central mirrored section.
The cupboard (behind the lower 4 faux drawer fronts) has a working catch and the drawer slides freely. Historic knocks, marks, cracks, scratches, wear, imperfections, repairs and alterations, as is always the way and to be expected with genuine antique furniture.
The doors have quality arts and crafts brass handles and the outer doors are equipped with keys with working locks, elegant scrolled carved corbels and each interior has two shelves. See 100s more pieces of quality antique Furniture at.
Beneath is a glazed inlaid door with three shelves with original leather trim and the piece as a whole stands on four beautifully turned feet with brown porcelain castors and is finished all the way round so may be placed in the centre of a room if so desired.
You will be hard pressed to find a better looking model of this cabinet. The bottom section which looks to be three drawers is actually one large cupboard for holding all your spirits, the top section is fully mirrored and has two progressively smaller glass shelves for your different sized Champaign and wine glasses.
With the original makers stamp S. Hall & Sons, this sensational music cabinet dates from around 1900 and is truly sunning. It has a shaped tier with brass gallery and unusual brass supports with mirrored back.