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25 February 2021
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Carved Mahogany Settee
A pretty carved mahogany settee from the late Victorian period. Well made in solid mahogany, now with a good colour and patina. With rococo style influences and standing well, free from all wobbles. The upholstered seat is in good serviceable order and the whole piece is in very good overall condition. It would fit well within a number of different room scenarios within the modern home, i.e. living room, bedroom etc.

Dimensions:
Width 111cms
Depth 52cms
Overall height 96cms
Seat height 45cms
Ref: 505
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Carved Oak Glazed Bookcase
A lovely early 20th century oak glazed bookcase with carved decorations. Very well made in solid English oak, now with a good mellow colour and patina and with 3 opening glazed doors. Each door is lockable (key supplied) and opens to access shelved interiors. This bookcase provides ample storage capacity for your books. The doors are flanked by fluted and turned columns to the sides and decorative carved panels above and below. The two sides are of fielded panel construction. It is offered for sale in excellent original condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 152cms
Depth 39cms
Height 100cms
Ref: 107
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Carved Oak Hall Stand
A splendid and ornate carved oak hall stand (or stick stand) from the late Victorian period. Well made in solid oak, now with a good rich colour and patina. Decorated with crisply carved detailing throughout in the "green man" style. There is a central drawer sitting above a storage cupboard. These are flanked by a pair of stick stands with removable drip trays. This is an impressive hall stand of generous proportions. Offered for sale in excellent condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 117cms
Depth 37cms
Height 111cms
Ref: 075
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Carved Oak Side Table
An impressive carved oak side, or lamp, table. Well constructed in solid oak and decorated with profuse carvings throughout. With a single long drawer to the front and standing on bold barley twist turned legs, united by under-stretchers. Offered for sale in excellent condition with a great colour and patina.

Dimensions:
Width 91cms
Depth 60cms
Height 75cms
Ref: 453
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh Oak Armchair
An original oak high back armchair by the renowned designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. From the arts and crafts period and more specifically the Glasgow school as pioneered by Mackintosh. Well made in solid oak with all of the characteristic design features you would expect. The " C R Mackintosh" stamp is located on the back rail at seat height. This is a rare opportunity to acquire an original Mackintosh piece. The armchair is in very good original condition, with a good mellow colour and patina. It stands well, free from all wobbles.

Dimensions:
Width 57cms
Depth 47cms
Overall height 107cms
Seat height 46cms

CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH (1868-1928) was one of the most significant figures in the history of Arts & Crafts Furniture, and a major influence on the Art Nouveau movement. A talented architect, designer and artist, he was central to the development of the Glasgow Style of design. He had few clients, yet his distinctive stained glass panels elegant Victorian dining chairs are known the world over.

Mackintosh was apprenticed to architects Honeyman and Keppie in 1889, also studying at the Glasgow School of Art. His first major architectural commission was the Glasgow Herald Building (1894), which showed amazing innovation and maturity.

Antique bookcases and the Glasgow School

Mackintosh believed that designers and architects should have freedom of expression, and began experimenting with design, aided by his friends Herbert MacNair and Frances and Margaret Macdonald (who he later married). Dubbed the Spook School, they established the Glasgow Style.

In 1896 Mackintosh, was awarded a major commission to design a new wing for the Glasgow School of Art. Constructed in two stages, it was Mackintosh’s most important work, containing baronial Scottish, rustic Japanese and many other elements. The Library is a complex geometry of timber posts and beams, complemented by dark slender antique bookcases and elegantly pierced chairs.

The Victorian dining chairs of the Cranston tearooms

Mackintosh’s best-known works were for Catherine Cranston, who commissioned him for her tearooms between 1896 and 1917. He was allowed complete freedom of expression, providing everything from the light fittings to the cutlery. The dramatic high-backed Victorian dining chairs, so prized by collectors, are still copied by designers today.

Another important commission was Hill House, for publisher Walter Blackie. However, Mackintosh had only a few patrons, his ethic of total design making him unpopular with clients. His last public commission was a Glasgow school, in 1906. Further work followed, but it was largely met with indifference.

Mackintosh moved to London, where he began working in a bold new abstract style. However, it largely went unnoticed. Today, of course, his genius is recognised.
Ref: 320
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Chinoiserie Decorated Coffee Table
A desirable and decorative walnut coffee table. Of round form with a "pie crust" edge and decorated throughout with Chinoiserie relief work, The top depicting an oriental scene. Standing on cabriole legs. This delightful table is offered for sale in excellent original condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Diameter 61cms
Height 45cms
Ref: 444
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Chinoiserie Half Moon Display Cabinet
A highly decorative Chinoiserie decorated half moon, or demi lune, display cabinet. Well made in walnut timber with applied lacquer relief decorations in the Chinese style. With a single opening door to the front which gives access to the shelved and lined interior. This cabinet is offered for sale in excellent original condition, there are a few very small area of very minor loss of relief work. It has a great colour and is highly decorative.

Dimensions:
Width 114cms
Depth 49cms
Height 154cms
Ref: 566
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Chippendale Design Mahogany Settee Bench
A bold and impressive late 19th century mahogany settee/bench in the style of Thomas Chippendale. Well constructed in solid mahogany, now with a rich colour and patina. Decorated with carved detailing throughout and the cabriole legs terminating in characteristic ball and claw feet. The pink upholstery is in perfectly good condition. Offered for sale in excellent original condition, free from all wobbles and ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 115cms
Depth 51cms
Overall height 93cms
Seat height 48cms
Ref: 915
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Chippendale Design Mahogany Settee Bench
A bold and impressive late 19th century mahogany settee/bench in the style of Thomas Chippendale. Well constructed in solid mahogany, now with a rich colour and patina. Decorated with carved detailing throughout and the cabriole legs terminating in characteristic ball and claw feet. The pink upholstery is in perfectly good condition. Offered for sale in very good original condition, free from all wobbles and ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 110cms
Depth 54cms
Overall height 95cms
Seat height 48cms
Ref: 915
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Chippendale Revival Mahogany Display Cabinet
A superb late Victorian period mahogany display cabinet in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. Of fine construction in solid mahogany and attractive flame mahogany veneers. The top glazed section has a pair of glazed doors (lockable with key supplied) which open to access a shelved interior. The cabinet sits on an ornate base with carved detailing throughout, a stylised x-frame under-stretcher and "lions paw" feet. The cabinet has canted corners decorated with harebells and crisply carved rams heads. This lovely cabinet is offered for sale in excellent condition. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops , it has a wonderful colour and patina and is ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 133cms
Depth 51cms
Height 185cms
Ref: 005
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Chippendale Style Camel Back Settee
A wonderful Chippendale style mahogany settee of generous proportions from the late Victorian period. The frame is very well made in solid mahogany , it is extremely strong and sturdy. The front legs are carved in the characteristic "ball and claw" Chippendale style. The out-swept back legs are also very elegant. The whole settee has a wonderful shape, with its out swept arms and distinctive camel back. The yellow/gold upholstery is in perfect condition and it is extremely comfortable. This stunning settee is offered for sale in excellent condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 212cms
Depth 72cms
Overall height 102cms
Seat height 42cms
Ref: 420
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Chippendale Style Centre Table
A stunning Edwardian period mahogany and satinwood centre table in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. Of very good construction in solid mahogany with attractive satin wood and flame mahogany veneers. The shaped top is cross banded , with segmented satinwood veneers surrounding a central flame mahogany panel. Supported by 6 elegant cabriole legs with carving to the knees and terminating in "ball and claw" feet. Offered for sale in excellent condition, with a great colour and patina. Note: razor thin hairline crack to the central flame mahogany veneered panel (see photo).

Dimensions:
Diameter 84cms
Height 73cms
Ref: 887
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Chippendale Style Console Table
An attractive table, made from solid mahogany and Chippendale in design. It would serve a number of uses such as in a hall, a lamp table in the lounge or a server in the dining room.
Having been restored it is in excellent condition for the home.

Length 139.5cm
Height 78cm
Depth 51cm
Ref: SA 940
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Chippendale Style Display Cabinet
An attractive display cabinet of compact proportions. Made from a good grade of solid mahogany timber , in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. The single glazed door (lockable) opens to access a shelved and lined interior giving ample display space. Underneath there is a single drawer. The whole cabinet stands on stylised legs and feet which are united by an under-stretcher which gives stability to ensure that the cabinet stands free from wobbles. This charming cabinet is offered for sale in excellent condition, with a lovely colour.

Dimensions:
Width 68cms
Depth 38.5cms
Height 144cms
Ref: 842
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Chippendale Style Glazed Mahogany Bookcase
A very good mahogany bookcase from the late Victorian period. Well made in solid mahogany in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. The over-sailing cornice is decorated with swags and dentil moldings. The two large glazed doors are embellished with scrolling carved astricals; the open to access a shelved display space. It is of generous proportions and the shelves are all adjustable. The whole piece stands on a base with characteristic carved ball and claw feet.
We are offering this bookcase for sale in very good original condition with a good colour and patina.

Dimensions
Width 144 cms
Depth 41cms
Height 200cms
Ref: 180
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Chippendale Style Long Stool / Bench
A bold and impressive Edwardian period Chippendale style long stool or bench. Very well made in solid walnut with crisply carved detailing, including characteristic ball and claw feet. The frame is in excellent condition, sympathetically repolished in our workshops to a very high standard. The upholstery is not new but is in very serviceable condition. This lovely stool would sit well within a number of different room scenarios within the modern home.

Dimensions:
Width 132cms
Depth 52cms
Height 47cms
Ref: 415
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Chippendale Style Mahogany Knee Hole Desk
A charming late 19th century mahogany knee hole desk of compact proportions in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. Very well constructed in solid mahogany and standing on characteristic ball and claw feet. There is an arrangement of one long drawer over 6 shorter drawers , flanking a central cupboard. The drawer fronts are decorated with carved detailing and fitted with their original solid brass lions mask handles. The top drawer and the cupboard are lockable (key supplied). Offered for sale in excellent condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 70cms
Depth 49cms
Height 78cms
Ref: 774
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Chippendale Style Open Bookcase
A very good quality Edwardian open bookcase in the Chippendale style. Made from a good grade of dense mahogany timber, now with a nice rich colour and patina. With a stylish "dished" top sitting over a carved blind fretwork freeze. There are 3 adjustable shelves giving ample storage/display space for books. The whole piece stands squarely on ogee bracket feet. We have had this charming bookcase sympathetically repolished to a very high standard and it is now offered for sale in excellent condition.

Dimensions:
Width 120cms
Depth 26cms
Height 107cms
Ref: 857
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Chippendale Style Overmantle Mirror
A splendid late Victorian period walnut overmantle, or wall mirror, in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. The frame in walnut, embellished with open fretwork carving and gilded decorations, including a ho-ho bird. The triple plate mirrors still fitted with their original beveled glass plates. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 123cms
Height 87cms
Ref: 813
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Chippendale Style Overmantle Mirror
A splendid late Victorian period walnut overmantle, or wall mirror, in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. The frame in walnut, embellished with open fretwork carving and gilded decorations, including a ho-ho bird. The triple plate mirrors still fitted with their original beveled glass plates. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 123cms
Height 87cms
Ref: 815
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