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Dealers in Fine Antique Furniture and Furnishings for Town & Country Houses
The sophistication and charm of the Georgian era...
From the strong, clean lines and fine simplicity of the earlier eighteenth century to the later, classical refinement of the Regency age and with influences from some of the most notable furniture designers of the time, such as Chippendale and Sheraton, our diverse range of items from this period in history have the style and quality to grace any home...

Regency Mahogany Sofa
Mahogany framed back, sides and front rails with carved reed-ed detail. The arms terminate with carved sunbursts and the front legs are turned and fluted. This sofa is similar in design to one supplied to Napoleon in St Helena, drawings of which appear in George Bullock Cabinetmaker by Blairman's, Pub'd by Murray. The design is after Richard Brown who published The Rudiment of Drawing Cabinet and Upholstery, 2nd Edition, in 1822. The book, with 25 plates, includes one for this sofa design.
English, circa 1810-1830
Stock No. 8845

Georgian Walnut Tripod Table
The folding top, a single board, with fine brass catch over a turned tapered and vase column to tripod base with cabriole legs which terminate with pointed toes.
English, circa 1760 - 1800
Stock No. 1256

Fine Georgian Padouk Tea Caddy
The raised top with elaborate cross-cut ogee mouldings, rococo bale handle with pierced and engraved backplate and a pair of brass stop hinges. The interior three compart-ments for caddies. Cast brass paw feet with elaborate brass engraved corner mounts.
English, circa 1750-1790
Stock No. 1317
Regency Rosewood Letter Box
The tray with pierced fretwork to canted sides with stationery racks to each side of the central letter box which has two divisions. The hinged top with lock is inlaid with floral mother of pearl and has two labels, one inscribed 'answered' and the other 'unanswered' to the two compartments beneath.
English, circa 1810 - 1820
Stock No. 9464
Small Regency Mahogany Whatnot
The top a well figured board with canted corners and half round applied beaded frieze over four square tiers united by turned column supports. Stands upon out-swept turned feet.
English, circa 1810-1830
Stock No. 8575
Small Georgian Cheese Top Cricket Table
The well figured and pati-nated top a single elm board and standing upon three splayed and chamfered legs.
English or Welsh, circa 1800
Stock No. 1331
Rare Georgian Oval Mahogany Pembroke Table
The top with fine tapered and moulded edge to inset ebony and boxwood stringing. To each end a dummy drawer with original brass swan neck handles. Stands upon square tapered legs with boxwood stringing and terminating on low cast brass castors. The leaves are each supported by a pair of hinged lopers, between which, on one side, is concealed a deep, oak-lined drawer with brass, swan neck han-dle and lock.
English, George 111, circa 1780 – 1800
Stock No. 9609
Georgian Travelling Games Board
The mahogany board inlaid with rosewood, ivory and stringing, the cribbage board with scoring pegs, the chess board with finely carved red and white pieces, and the solitaire board with turned ivory pegs. Box base with sliding lid
English, circa 1800 - 1830
Stock No. 1367
Georgian Walnut Display Cabinet for Min-iatures
The arched cornice with mouldings, caveto mouldings and beading. The arching above the doors cross banded and inlaid with walnut above a pair of rectangular doors with broad cross banding to the border and feather banding within arches to match the pediment above. The doors, each with with gilt brass escutcheons, open to reveal a rectangular glazed door with lock, which opens to a velvet-lined interior with a number of gilt hooks for the display of por-trait miniatures. The base of the cabinet is moulded and has a swept caveto detail.
English, circa 1720 - 1740
Stock No. 1100
Small Sheraton Mahogany Collector’s Cabinet
Polished top to ebony string-ing over a pair of flame-figured panelled doors with kingwood cross banding and boxwood & ebony stringing, which open to an interior with eight graduated drawers within kingwood banding, the drawers each with a pair of turned ivory handles. Stands upon tapered, turned legs that terminate with brass cups and castors.
English, circa 1780 - 1820
Stock No. 9881
Chippendale Bell Metal Bowfront Fender
Pierced and engraved frieze with Ho-ho birds, Chinese dragons and floral motifs, with scrolled top and applied half round moulding. Cast, moulded base of inverted cavetto form. This fender of exceptional quality and a fine, sophisticated design after Thomas Chippendale. English, circa 1730-1760
Stock No. 8121
Regency Bergére Library Chair
Concave arched back with carved cresting to swept arms terminating with reeded supports. The back, seat and side of the cane-work with removable, upholstered, drop-in seat over moulded frieze terminating with turned paterae. Reeded to the top and legs with brass castors and cups. The frame is beechwood simulated mahogany.
English, circa 1810 - 1830
Stock No. 1011
Georgian Oak Hanging Corner Cup-board
Moulded cornice above a single gothic crested door with ebony stringing to a cen-tral oval inlaid stylised marquetry vase of flowers. The sides are canted and the door opens to an interior with two shelves.
English, circa 1780 - 1820
Stock No. 1166
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