Wood Chest

Price : €255

This attractive camphor wood chest with brass handles would be an ideal coffee table or bedroom storage item. Has had a very minor repair in the past. L:110cm, H:38cm, D58cm.

Authentic Indian Dowry Chest

Price : SOLD

Often referred to as stick boxes and were used by the desert dwelling tribes of West Rajasthan. Constructed from sticks harvested from the desert and then riveted together with iron fittings. This example with a wonderful pale, dry patinated surface, displaying years of wear and character. Ideally suited for use as storage in the bedroom or as a unique coffee table. H60cm, W99cm, D62cm.

Art Nouveau Mahogany Hall Stand

Price : €140

Mahogany hall stand with original drip tray. Possible of religious origin and in beautiful condition. Circa late 1800's. H:95cm, W:60cm, D:25cm.

William IV Fold Over Card Table

Price : €925

An outstanding William IV rosewood fold over card table with shaped apron raised on octagonal column with four outswept claw feet on brass castors. A small section of veneer missing from edge of table, visible in photos. H:77cm, W:94cm, D:47cm (closed), D:93.5cm (open).

Tall Rosewood Serpentine Shaped Hall Table

Price : €120

A tall contemporary rosewood serpentine shaped hall or side table with tapered legs and a single draw, H:84cm, W:89cm, D:43cm.

Continental Antique Pine Wardrobe

Price : €675

Classic 3 door pine wardobe, centr door with mirror. Dating from the early 20th century. It provides generous storage space, consisting of hanging space, shelves and two drawers. Unrestored and with lots of character. Some signs of wear as you would expect with its age, minor signs of woodworm with was treated 10 years ago and has not returned. H:214cm, W:161cm, D:60cm.

Two Irish Country Stools

Price : €80 EACH

Two Irish country stools.

1930's Art Deco Theatre Chairs

Price : SOLD

A pair of Art Deco oak chairs by Ernst Gomme of High Wycombe (Later to form the G Plan company), constructed in solid oak and with brown raxine upholstered back and seat panels. These chairs are reminiscent of vintage cinema/theatre seats, similar sets are illustrated in Gomme's 1932 Cafe and Hotel Furniture Catalogue.

1980's School Lab Stools

Price : €90

A pair of 1980's school lab stools with a lovely pop of colour with the red steel frames and dark grey seats. H62cm, W:34cm, D:40cm.

Georgian Oak Tilt Top Table

Price : €215

The table has its original snap top action in good order on a gun barrel pedestal and tripod pad feet. H:69cm, W:60cm.

Neat Tall Serving Table

Price : SOLD

Thought to be an original servers table used on trains. This tall but small table folds down nicely for easy storage and carrying. H:69cm, W:40.5cm, D:35cm.

Edwardian Mahogany Sutherland Table

Price : €395

Mahogany Sutherland table. Dimentions, Height: 72cm, Lenght: 76cm, Width when open: 72.5cm, Width when closed: 18cm

The Thirteen “Cries of London” by Francis Wheatley.

Price : €595

The "Cries of London" was a recurring theme in English printmaking for over three centuries. These colourful prints form a visual record of London's "lower orders", the peddlars, charlatans, street hawkers, milkmaids, and grocers who made their living on the city streets. They give the viewer a glimpse of a long forgotten London where tradesmen would advertise their wares with a musical shout or a melodic rhyme. Different versions of the "Cries" vary in tone from idealistic visions of contented street vendors to satirical caricatures of humorous urban figures. One of the most famous series of "London Cries" is the group of pretty pictures executed by Francis Wheatley. Wheatley's series was immensely popular and enjoyed a long period of success in the English print shops. Between 1792 and 1795 Wheatley exhibited 14 paintings of the "Cries" at the Royal Academy. The pictures attracted a great deal of attention at the exhibition and Colnaghi & Co. quickly agreed to publish a series of engravings after Wheatley's famous series. Only thirteen of the fourteen paintings were engraved and they were offered for sale individually or in a portfolio collection. The prints, which were executed in stipple, were engraved by some the most noted engravers in England; artists such as Luigi Schiavonetti, Giovanni Vendramini and Thomas Gaugain all contributed their work to the series. Complete collections of the "Cries" remained immensely popular, and by 1910 they were fetching more than James Audubon's folio "Birds of America" at auction.

Edwardian Oak Horse Shoe Back Chair

Price : €320

An Edwardian oak horse shoe backed chair on turned front legs