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17 November 2019
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Regency Inlaid Satinwood Diminutive Chiffonier
A splendid Regency period satinwood chiffonier of compact proportions. Of fine construction with attractive satinwood veneers onto a solid mahogany carcas. Embellished with finely strung ebony inlay and standing on turned feet of solid satinwood. There is a single drawer to the top, fitted with its original brass handles. Below this is a pair of cupboard doors (lockable with key supplied) which open to access a shelved interior. This charming little chiffonier is offered for sale in excellent condition, with a great colour and patina , ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 63cms
Depth 27cms
Height 91cms
Price: £950
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Burr Walnut Linen Press by Waring and Gillow
A wonderful burr walnut linen press in the Queen Anne style by the renowned firm of Waring and Gillow. Of excellent construction in solid walnut and attractive burr walnut veneers onto a solid oak carcas. The top section with a pair of cupboard doors which open to reveal a pair of pull-out slides. Beneath is an arrangement of 2 short over 3 long graduated drawers. All fitted with original crisp solid brass hardware. The whole piece standing on squat stylised cabriole legs. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition, with a wonderful colour and finish, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 93cms
Depth 49cms
Height 152cms

Waring and Gillow a potted history:
Waring & Gillow is a noted firm of English furniture manufacturers formed in 1897 by the merger of Gillow of Lancaster and Waring of Liverpool.
The firm of Gillow's of Lancaster can be traced back to the luxury furniture and furnishings firm founded by Robert Gillow (1704–72) in 1730. Robert Gillow served an apprenticeship as a joiner. During the 1730s he began to exploit the lucrative West Indies trade exporting mahogany furniture and importing rum and sugar. Following his death in 1772, the business was continued by his two sons, Richard (1734–1811) and Robert (1745–93). In 1764 a London branch of Gillow's was established at 176 Oxford Road, now Oxford Street, by Thomas Gillow and William Taylor. The firm rapidly established a reputation for supplying high-quality furniture to the richest families in the country.
During the final years of the 19th century the company ran into financial difficulty and from 1897 began a loose financial arrangement with Waring of Liverpool, an arrangement legally ratified by the establishment of Waring & Gillow in 1903. Waring's of Liverpool was founded by John Waring, who arrived in the city from Belfast in 1835 and established a wholesale cabinet making business. He was succeeded by his son Samuel James Waring who rapidly expanded the business during the 1880s, furnishing hotels and public buildings throughout Europe. He also founded Waring-White Building Company which built the Liverpool Corn Exchange, Selfridge's department store and the Ritz Hotel. Samuel James's son and namesake Samuel James Waring (1860-1940) continued the family business and was elevated to the peerage as Baron Waring in 1922.
Gillow's had established a reputation for the outfitting of luxury yachts and liners, including the royal yacht Victoria and Albert, liners Lusitania, Heliopolis and Cairo, Queen Mary (1936) and Queen Elizabeth (1940) for Cunard. During the First World War the Lancaster factory was turned over to war production, making ammunition chests for the Navy and propellers for De Havilland DH9 aircraft. They also established a large tent-manufacturing facility of 8,000 workers during WW1 on the now closed former exhibition site at White City (the former Machinery Hall). They also made gas masks and trench covers from this site.During this time it was also at the White City site that the Workers Union first got recognition after a four-day strike mainly by women. The company also manufactured ammunition belts for use with machine guns, nosebags for horses and protective clothing for use during gas attacks.
During World War II the factory produced parts for gliders and the Mosquito aircraft, while kit-bags, tents and camouflage nets were made by the upholstery department.
However, the business of the firm began to decline and the Lancaster workshops closed on 31 March 1962. In 1980 Waring and Gillow joined with the cabinet-making firm Maple & Co, to become Maple, Waring & Gillow.

Ref: 491
Price: £950
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19th Century Carved Oak Cupboard
A solid oak 19th century carved oak cupboard of generous proportions. Of paneled construction with a pair of doors which open to access a shelved interior. With carved decorations and standing on turned baluster legs, united by an under-tier. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops and now offered for sale with a warm colour and patina, packed full of rustic charm.

Dimensions:
Width 119cms
Depth 47cms
Height 151cms
Ref: 411
Price: £850
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Burr Walnut Cupboard on Stand
A charming William and Mary style burr walnut cupboard, or cabinet , on stand. Of very good construction in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers onto a solid oak carcas. The top section with a pair of drawers over a cupboard, the base with a single long drawer. All fitted with lovely solid brass handles and escutcheon. The cupboard doors are lockable, key supplied. The base stands on wonderful sugar twist legs united by a flat wavy under-stretcher. This lovely item could fulfill a range of roles within the modern home , eg drinks cabinet, TV cabinet etc. It has been sympathetically refinsihed in our workshops and is now offered for sale with a great colour and patina. In excellent overall condition and ready to go straight into the home. Splits into 2 sections for ease of installation.

Dimensions:
Width 76cms
Depth 41cms
Height 134cms
Ref: 220
Price: £850
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Waring and Gillow Demi Lune Burr Walnut Commode
An excellent quality half moon shaped burr walnut commode, in the Queen Anne style, by Waring and Gillow. Of very good construction in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers. The half moon shaped top is cross banded and surrounded with a carved gadrooned edge. The single central door (lockable , key supplied) opens to access a shelved interior, giving plenty of storage space. The whole piece stands on squat cabriole legs with carved detailing to the knees and feet. With further crisply carved detailing to the freeze. This lovely commode could be used in a variety of room settings in the modern home. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops, It is offered for sale in excellent condition, with a lovely colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 117cms
Depth 53cms
Height 94cms

Waring and Gillow a potted history:
Waring & Gillow is a noted firm of English furniture manufacturers formed in 1897 by the merger of Gillow of Lancaster and Waring of Liverpool.
The firm of Gillow's of Lancaster can be traced back to the luxury furniture and furnishings firm founded by Robert Gillow (1704–72) in 1730. Robert Gillow served an apprenticeship as a joiner. During the 1730s he began to exploit the lucrative West Indies trade exporting mahogany furniture and importing rum and sugar. Following his death in 1772, the business was continued by his two sons, Richard (1734–1811) and Robert (1745–93). In 1764 a London branch of Gillow's was established at 176 Oxford Road, now Oxford Street, by Thomas Gillow and William Taylor. The firm rapidly established a reputation for supplying high-quality furniture to the richest families in the country.
During the final years of the 19th century the company ran into financial difficulty and from 1897 began a loose financial arrangement with Waring of Liverpool, an arrangement legally ratified by the establishment of Waring & Gillow in 1903. Waring's of Liverpool was founded by John Waring, who arrived in the city from Belfast in 1835 and established a wholesale cabinet making business. He was succeeded by his son Samuel James Waring who rapidly expanded the business during the 1880s, furnishing hotels and public buildings throughout Europe. He also founded Waring-White Building Company which built the Liverpool Corn Exchange, Selfridge's department store and the Ritz Hotel. Samuel James's son and namesake Samuel James Waring (1860-1940) continued the family business and was elevated to the peerage as Baron Waring in 1922.
Gillow's had established a reputation for the outfitting of luxury yachts and liners, including the royal yacht Victoria and Albert, liners Lusitania, Heliopolis and Cairo, Queen Mary (1936) and Queen Elizabeth (1940) for Cunard. During the First World War the Lancaster factory was turned over to war production, making ammunition chests for the Navy and propellers for De Havilland DH9 aircraft. They also established a large tent-manufacturing facility of 8,000 workers during WW1 on the now closed former exhibition site at White City (the former Machinery Hall). They also made gas masks and trench covers from this site.During this time it was also at the White City site that the Workers Union first got recognition after a four-day strike mainly by women. The company also manufactured ammunition belts for use with machine guns, nosebags for horses and protective clothing for use during gas attacks.
During World War II the factory produced parts for gliders and the Mosquito aircraft, while kit-bags, tents and camouflage nets were made by the upholstery department.
However, the business of the firm began to decline and the Lancaster workshops closed on 31 March 1962. In 1980 Waring and Gillow joined with the cabinet-making firm Maple & Co, to become Maple, Waring & Gillow.

Ref: 915
Price: £750
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Oak Court Cupboard
A practical and desireable oak court cupboard from the early part of the twentieth century. With a single central cupboard to the top section, flanked by a pair of turned columns. To the base there is a pair of drawers, sitting over a pair of cupboard doors which open to access a shelved interior. Decorated with carved detailing and exposed brass work strap hinges. This lovely cupboard is offered for sale in very good original condition, with a good mellow colour.

Dimensions:
Width 114cms
Depth 40cms
Height 144.5cms
Ref: SA 713
Price: £375
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Large Georgian Mahogany Housekeepers Cupboard
A superb George III period housekeepers cupboard , or dresser, in mahogany. This piece of furniture is of very generous proportions and oozes country house estate charm. Very well made in solid mahogany with subtle decorations. For example, the cupboard doors are of fielded paneled construction and bear inlaid stringing to the panels; this inlaid detailing is repeated to the drawer fronts in the base section. There are reeeded columns/stiles which are capped with inlaid paterae. The diamond shaped escutcheons are in bone. The original solid mahogany drawer handles are present. All of these features denote the quality of this piece but at the same time are under-stated. The top section has two pairs of cupboard doors (lockable with keys supplied) which open to reveal shelved interiors. The base section accommodates 3 banks of 4 graduated drawers. All in all, this cupboard offers up significant storage capacity. Overall it has a wonderful mellow colour and patina, we have had it cleaned and waxed in our workshops but it still retains all of its character and charm. It is now offered for sale in excellent condition, ready to go straight into the home. It splits into two sections for ease of installation.

Dimensions:
Width 238cms
Depth 56cms
Height 219cms
Ref: 900
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Satinwood Inlaid Commode by Edwards and Roberts
A wonderful Sheraton revival satinwood commode, exhibition quality and manufactured by one of Londons most prestigious firms - Edwards and Roberts. The quality of manufacture is superb and the whole cabinet is extremely pleasing to the eye.
Serpentine in shape with 4 doors which open to reveal shelves inside (keys present). Lovely inlaid work and black line stringing. The satinwood itself has a wonderful iridescence and is of the highest quality.
A striking piece of fine Edwardian furniture having been sympathetically restored in excellent condition for the home.

Width 122cm
Depth 53cm
Height 107.5cm

Edwards & Roberts was founded in 1845, and had premises at 21 Wardour Street London. By 1892 they occupied more than a dozen buildings in Wardour Street, where they continued to trade until the end of the century. They became one of the leading London cabinet makers and retailers working in a variety of styles, both modern and revivalist. Their business also involved retailing, adapting and restoring the finest antique furniture and there are many examples of their earlier furniture with later embellishments bearing their stamp. Edwards & Roberts specialized in marquetry, inlay and ormolu.
Ref: 345
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Inlaid Mahogany Cupboard by Edwards and Roberts
A splendid inlaid mahogany cupboard, or gentlemans press, by the renowned maker Edwards and Roberts of London. Of fine quality construction using a very high grade of dense Cuban mahogany. The top is cross banded in satinwood , which is replicated to the drawer fronts. The freeze is decorated with garlands of harebells and a central paterae. The cupboard doors are adorned with profuse floral marquetry inlay of the highest quality. This piece of furniture provides extensive storage space; the central cupboards doors (lockable, key supplied) open to reveal a series of 4 pull-out trays. The cupboards are flanked by two banks of 4 graduated drawers, each fitted with their original brass handles. This item would serve well in a variety of room settings in the modern home, eg dining room, bedroom or living room, potentially as a TV cupboard. We have had it cleaned and waxed in our workshops so it is now offered for sale in excellent original condition with a lovely colour and patina.

Dimensions:
Width 199cms
Depth 54cms
Height 112cms

Edwards & Roberts was founded in 1845, and had premises at 21 Wardour Street London. By 1892 they occupied more than a dozen buildings in Wardour Street, where they continued to trade until the end of the century. They became one of the leading London cabinet makers and retailers working in a variety of styles, both modern and revivalist. Their business also involved retailing, adapting and restoring the finest antique furniture and there are many examples of their earlier furniture with later embellishments bearing their stamp. Edwards & Roberts specialized in marquetry, inlay and ormolu.
Ref: 944
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George IV Flame Mahogany Secretaire
A superb quality late regency/early George IV mahogany secretaire. Of fine construction in solid Cuban mahogany with attractive flame mahogany veneers and tulip wood banding. With reeded columns and standing on magnificent "hairy paw" lions feet cast in solid brass. The secretaire is fitted with original lions mask ring pull handles. It opens to reveal a fully fitted interior with internal drawers in sycamore and further stationary compartments and a green baise writing surface. The secretaire sits above a pair of paneled cupboard doors which open (lockable, key supplied) to reveal a shelved interior. This piece of furniture is of the highest quality, and is offered for sale in excellent condition with a wonderful colour and patina.

Dimensions:
Width 113cms
Depth 56cms
Height 105cms
Ref: 719
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Flame Mahogany George IV Linen Press
An imposing George IV period linen press of generous proportions. Of fine quality construction in solid mahogany with stunning flame mahogany veneers. The pair of cupboard doors are of paneled construction and are lockable (key supplied). They open to reveal a series of pull out trays and a hanging rail. The base section has a series of 2 short over 3 long (graduated) drawers. The whole piece stands on strong bracket feet and is surmounted by a dentil cornice. This attractive and practical item of furniture is offered for sale in excellent original condition. It has a striking look and a wonderful rich colour and patina. It splits into two section for ease of transportation and installation.

Dimensions:
Width 144cms
Depth 59cms
Height 202cms
Ref: 744
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Burr Walnut Linen Press
A lovely burr walnut linen press in the Queen Anne style. Very well made in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers. The top section has a pair of cupboard doors (lockable, key supplied) which open to reveal a series of 3 sliding trays. The base section has an arrangement of 2 short over 2 long drawers, all fitted with their original solid brass hardware. The whole piece stands on nice squat cabriole legs. This press is offered for sale in excellent original condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops, now with a wonderful colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 110cms
Depth 56cms
Height 168cms
Ref: 730
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Burr Walnut Press Cupboard
A wonderful press cupboard, or compactum, in burr walnut by the prestigious firm of Hampton and Sons of Pall Mall, London. Of fine construction in walnut and with stunning burr walnut veneers. It is of concave form and stands on lovely carved hairy-paw feet. It is of compact proportions so would easily fit into the modern home. It affords excellent storage capacity with a pair of cupboards flanking a bank of 6 central graduated drawers. One cupboard is fitted with a series of shelves , the other set aside for hanging space. The top of the cupboard is cross banded and carved decorations can be found to the edges and corners. We have had this item sympathetically repolished to a very high standard ; it is now offered for sale in excellent condition with a lovely warm colour and patina.

Dimensions:
Width 130cms
Depth (max) 54cms
Height 132cms

Hampton and Sons.
Established in 1830 in Cranbourn Street, Leicester Square by William Hampton, later being joined by his sons, George and William, the company moved to 8 Pall Mall East, adjacent to Trafalgar Square, in very large premises, trading as builders and surveyors, estate agents, ‘antique and modern furniture dealers’, general furnishers, upholsterers, plumbers and electricians. Their commissions included, inter alia, the furnishing of the Royal Yacht Britannia, the liners Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, the Theatre Royal in Drury lane, and the palaces of the Nizam of Hyderabad and the Maharajah of Kashmir. An incendiary bomb destroyed the building in 1940, after which they moved to Kensington High Street, where they traded until 1960.
Ref: 958
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Pair of Early Victorian Mahogany Pedestal Cupboards
A splendid pair of early Victorian period mahogany pedestal cupboards. Very well constructed in a fine grade of dense mahogany timber with attractive mahogany veneers. Each with a door (lockable with keys supplied) which open to reveal fitted interiors. Standing on plinth bases and decorated with crisply carved corbals in solid mahogany. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition with a great colour and patina. They would sit well in a number of different room scenarios within the modern home, ie bedroom, living room, dining room etc.

Dimensions:
Width 54cms
Depth 59cms
Height 93cms
Ref: 262
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Maple and Co Burr Walnut Side Cabinet
A fine quality burr walnut side cabinet, or sideboard, by Maple and Co of London. Of excellent construction in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers onto a mahogany carcas. Of break-fronted form with a pair of cupboards flanking a series of graduated drawers. The cupboards are lockable (key supplied) and open to reveal shelved interiors. All standing on squat cabriole legs with carved shell motifs to the knees. This versatile piece of furniture offers good storage capacity and would sit well within a number of different room scenarios within the modern home. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition. With a great colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 117cms
Depth 40cms
Height 88cms

Maple & Co was established by John Maple, a shopkeeper from Horley, Surrey, who later opened a furniture shop in Tottenham Court Road. However it was his son, John Blundell Maple , who made Maples & Co a success. With exceptional business skills, John B. Maple took over the company while still a young man. By the 1880s they were the largest furniture store in the world, exported their fine furniture to every continent.
Maples manufactured their luxury furniture entirely in-house, at a huge modern complex. A timber importer and furniture exporter, they landed prestigious contracts furnishing fine houses, hotels, embassies and palaces in Europe; among them Tsar Nicholas’s Winter Palace and the Hofburg Imperial Palace in Vienna . With his own empire established, John Blundell Maple achieved further fame in politics and horseracing – some lines, such as the Atherstoke antique cabinet, having racing connections in the titles.
Never compromising on quality, Maples produced a huge catalogue of fine furniture, covering every avenue of interior design. A Maples & Co sale today would cover everything from Chippendale Revival antique dining chairs , to Aesthetic style carved oak dressers, to Art Nouveau tulip carved antique dining tables – all from the same catalogue.
The exclusivity and high quality of craftsmanship of Maples’ antique cabinets, dining suites and bedroom furniture made them highly popular with Britain’s social elite. Today, they appeal to anyone who appreciates fine craftsmanship.
Ref: 814
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Good Pair of Burr Walnut Pedestal Cupboards
An attractive pair of pedestal cupboards in burr walnut with white marble tops. The burr walnut door fronts are cross banded and have herring-bone banded inlay. The doors are lockable and open to access the internal storage space, fitted with shelves. The white marble tops are very attractive and are detachable for ease of transportation.

This attractive pair of cupboards could fit into a variety of places within the home; the living room, dining room or even the bedroom. They are offered for sale in very good original condition.

Dimensions:
Width 61cms
Depth 42.5cms
Height 96cms

Ref: 964
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Decorative Chinese Cupboard
A very stylish Chinese cupboard with original paintwork decoration. This decorative cupboard oozes rustic charm and is also very practical , offering a large amount of storage space from a series of cupboards and drawers. It is offered for sale in original, unrestored condition and would sit well in many different rooms of the house.

Dimensions:
Width 112cms
Depth 54cms
Height 178cms
Ref: SA 520
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William IV Flame Mahogany Chiffonier
A splendid quality William IV period mahogany chiffonier, or sideboard. Of excellent construction in solid mahogany and attractive flame mahogany veneers. This is a substantial chiffonier of generous proportions. There is a pair of drawers over a pair of cupboard doors (lockable with key supplied). The doors open to reveal a shelved interior and a pair of internal drawers. The cupboard doors are flanked by a pair of columns and the whole piece is surmounted by an up-stand. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops to a very high standard. Offered for sale in excellent overall condition with a great colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 131 cms
Depth 56cms
Height 139cms
Ref: 888
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Burr Walnut Dome Topped Linen Press
A charming burr walnut, bow-fronted, dome topped linen press of compact proportions. Well made in the queen Anne style in walnut and with attractive burr walnut veneers. The domed top section has a pair of doors that open to reveal a shelved interior. Beneath is an arrangement of 3 graduated drawers. All drawer fronts and the cupboard doors are cross banded, Standing on elegant cabriole legs with carved shell motifs to the knees. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition. With a wonderful colour, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 79cms
Depth 56cms
Height 150cms
Ref: 175
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Burr Walnut Half Moon Commode
A wonderful burr walnut commode in the Queen Anne style. Of good construction in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers. It is of bow fronted form with a single central opening door (lockable, key supplied). The door opens to reveal a shelved interior. The top is cross banded and decorated with carved gadrooning to the edge. Further carved decorations can be found throughout , particularly to the short cabriole legs. This item of furniture is extremely versatile and could be used in a number of different room settings within the modern home. We have had it sympathetically repolished to a very high standard and it is now offered for sale in excellent condition with a great colour and patina.

Dimensions:
Width 118cms
Depth 51cms
Height 93cms
Ref: 252
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