A 1951 Royal Festival Hall stacking chair, with bentwood structure on a painted metal frame, with upholstered back panel and seat. Sold for £760.


A 3' 6" 19th Century satinwood strung writing table with green leather inset top and blind frieze drawer, set on flanking twin turned supports and splayed legs with white porcelain casters. Sold for £840.


An early Georgian Queen Anne style wing back armchair, set on cabriole front legs with pad feet. Sold for £1,300.


A 36" Georgian oak and strung chest of two short and three long graduated drawers with brass escutcheons and drop handles, set on bracket feet. Sold for £540.


A 4' 6" 19th Century mahogany maritime bench with scroll arms and two concealed lockable compartments with recessed brass ring handles, set on a pedestal box base. Sold for £520.


A 31" antique cross banded walnut veneered lowboy, with three frieze drawers and shaped apron, set on cabriole legs with pad feet. Sold for £760.


A 23" 19th Century Burmese hardwood Davenport, with all over carved and pierced foliate scroll decoration, Hindu deity and five short drawers, four enclosed drawers to side and bird pattern front supports (a/f). Sold for £500.


A late 17th Century oak wainscot chair with decorative carved back panel, solid seat, turned front supports and stretcher base. Sold for £1,350.


A 3' 2" 19th Century iron bound folding travelling bookcase, with twin compartments featuring adjustable shelves enclosed by panelled doors, heavy iron latches, wooden skids and contemporary transit labels.   Sold for £380.

A Shapland & Petter inlaid burr walnut vemeered wardrobe. Sold for £500.

A set of four comb-back Windsor elbow chairs with solid elm seats, set on ring turned legs. Sold for £600.



A set of ten early 20th Century walnut framed dining chairs in the manner of Giles Grendey – sold with a late Victorian walnut extending dining table with Joseph Fitter patent action, set on carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet. Sold for £2,200.


An antique mahogany metamorphic architect's desk with ratchet back, vanity screen and flanking metal-lined drawers, set on square tapered legs and brass roller castors.

Sold for £320.


A late 19th Century Oriental carved hardwood overmantel mirror, with pierced air dragons, clouds and flaming pearl decoration, with bevelled oval plate - 3' X 4'.

Sold for £780.

A late 19th Century English Chinoiserie cabinet with moulded cornice, two glazed panel doors enclosing shelves, set on a base with two short drawers, double cupboard and shaped undertier, set on turned tapered supports with brass paw terminals.

Sold for £500.

A 6' 2" 18th Century oak dresser base with three short drawers and shaped apron over pot board, set on bracket feet.

Sold for £1,480.


A 5' 19th Century carved oak library table, with two frieze drawers, set on an ornate base with four winged caryatid figurehead pattern supports and uniting stretcher with central turned spindles.

Sold for £840.


A Victorian inlaid figured walnut credenza with ormolu mounts, central panelled door and flanking curved glazed doors.

Sold for £500

A 31" late Georgian mahogany chest of two short and two ebony strung long graduated drawers, set on bracket feet.

Sold for £330.

An antique oak wainscot chair with decorative carving to back on stretcher base, with later wings and top rail.

Sold for £400

A set of six antique dining chairs of unique design with inlaid satinwood veneered frames, applied ivory head and mask finials and splat detailing, the back rails and square tapered front legs with Dutch style marquetry on ebonised ground, later upholstery and ivory caps.

Sold for £4,800

A 3'7" Georgian mahogany Sheraton style secretaire bookcase with intricate inlay, fretwork, swan-neck pediment, glazed top section, fitted writing drawer and three long graduated drawers under, set on bracket fee - 8'3" high

Sold for £1,700

A 4'4" late Victorian Aesthetic ebonised, burr walnut and giltwood inlaid side cabinet with Kauffman style panels and ormolu detailing, recessed central mirror and flanking cupboards featuring Marie Antoinette and Madame Élisabeth to panels, over two single drawers and central blind frieze drawer with leather inset writing top, and mirror backed double under tier - missing one front foot.

Sold for £3,600

A 5'7" antique oak two part dresser with three shelf plate rack over a base with six short drawers and flanking panelled cupboard doors and quarter columns, set on bracket feet.

Sold for £1,200.


A 36" late 18th Century inlaid walnut chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, with geometric stringing and set on bracket feet.

Sold for £460.

A late Victorian burr walnut travelling stationery chest with integral writing slope, a pop-out inkstand, complete with perpetual calendar.

Sold for £410.

A late Georgian mahogany work table with drop-leaf top, dummy drawer fronts and turned pillar set on quadfoil base.

Sold for £580.


A 3' 10" late 18th Century oak chest on chest with four long moulded drawers, set on bracket fee.

Sold for £500.

A 4' 6" 18th Century oak mule chest with panelled front and three drawers under.

Sold for £500.

A 5' 6" early 19th Century inlaid mahogany serpentine front sideboard with central frieze drawer and flanking deep drawers, on tapered fluted legs.

Sold for £700.



A 4' 8" Continental painted pine marriage chest, with cross hatched panels to top, floral motifs and names to front, dated 1847, set on bun feet.

Sold for £350.

An 18th Century oak dresser, with four drawers, shaped apron and open base, set on turned legs.

Sold for £700.

A 19th Century figured walnut fold over card table, with carved cross stretcher.

Sold for £480.

A 19th Century walnut telescopic extending dining table having 3 extra leaves, twin locking pedestal supports and outswept scroll feet. Mechanism by Samuel Hawkins.

Sold for £3,300.

A heavily carved Chinese desk having a galleried top with trinket drawers and cupboards above two drawers, standing on carved mythical figure legs, with a matching armchair.

Sold for £600.

A 3'9" Victorian rosewood chiffonier with flanking pillars and oak lined interior.

Sold for £275.

A 3'6" Victorian mahogany bow front chest of two short and three long drawers with flanking half columns.

Sold for £260.

A Georgian Walnut veneered Chest on Chest with moulded cornice, the top having an arrangement of three short drawers and three long graduated drawers over a three drawer base with brushing slide, both with canted and reeded corners, set on bracket feet.

Sold for £4,600.

A large 19th century gilt over mantel mirror, heavily carved with swags and vines flanked by twin fluted columns terminating on scrolled base.

Sold for £800.

A late 19th Century Shapland & Petter inlaid mahogany dressing table, with oval mirror, flanking trinket drawers and open stretcher base.

Sold for £200.

A Victorian mahogany breakfast table with triple turned supports and ornate base, with grape decorated scroll legs.

Sold for £480.


A good late 17th Century walnut chest of two short and three long graduated cushioned drawers, standing on bun feet, (some later work).

Sold for £1,000.

A early 19th Century mahogany sofa table having two drawers with beaded frieze and turned stretcher base terminating on brass caps and casters.

Sold for £1,280.

A Victorian rosewood breakfast table, by C. Hindley & Sons, Oxford Street, London, with baluster column, set on bun feet.

Sold for £620.

A fine Waring's Edwardian inlaid mahogany revolving bookcase, having serpentine shaped top inset with white metal plaque and inscription, dated 1909.

Sold for £860.

A Victorian walnut folding card table with triple turned supports and tripod base.

Sold for £220.

A 19th Century satinwood marquetry serpentine card table in Sheriton style, with folding top on square tapered legs.

Sold for £520.

A 19th century mahogany and cross banded chest of four graduated drawers, swan neck handles and standing on plinth base bearing impressed marks Arthur Jones of Dublin.

Sold for £460.

A Regency rosewood worktable with fitted games table top and flanking flaps, set on a bow support with work bag and quadfoil base with carved splayed legs with brass caps and casters.

Sold for £400.

An important and rare ebony framed wall mirror by Giovanni Battista Gatti, inlaid with etched Ivory roundel's with portraits of notable gentlemen, interspersed with foliate scrolls, impressed on reverse G.B. Gatti, circa 1875, 32" high x 22" wide.

Sold for £25,500

A 19th Century Continental chest on stand, having inlaid Ivory on ebony panels and an arrangement of decorated drawers, the central door enclosing a further four drawers with gilt drop pierced handles, terminating on bronze ball and claw feet.

Sold for £5,000.

A 54" high Continental painted serpentine Vitrine, with glazed front and sides set on cabriole legs, and gilt metal mounts.

Sold for £510.

A fine quality 19th Century walnut table cabinet, having glazed door revealing three drawers divided by Tonbridge style inlays.

Sold for £340.

A late 18th Century satin wood strung mahogany chest-on-chest with two short and three long graduated drawers, set on a two drawer base with cabriole legs and pad feet.

Sold for £800.

A 19th Century carved oak settle with decorative back panel and lift up seat and standing on turned legs.

Sold for £600.

A 5' 9" 17th Century oak sleeping bench.

Sold for £540.


Marcel Breuer Isokon long chair - painted and for restoration (with original swab cushion cover) – cira late 1930's.

Sold for £1,700.

A 3'3" Victorian rosewood library table, with bobbin turned supports and stretcher.

Sold for £250.

A late Victorian ebonised and inlaid Davenport with latch locking pen box top, bird's-eye interior and turned front supports.

Sold for £280.

A Georgian mahogany cross banded break front sideboard having central drawer with shaped apron flanked by cellarette and napery drawers, set on square tapered legs with spade feet.

Sold for £740.

A 36" antique rosewood fold-over card table set on square pillar and quadfoil base.

Sold for £400.


An 18" bronze dinner gong with beater, set on an ornate carved and pierced stained wood stand with foliate scroll decoration.

Sold for £200.