Late 17th Century oak Wainscot armchair, Circa 1680.
It is in good condition without wobbles. It has the odd mark, crack, a small amount of old woodworm to the back. The two back legs have been spliced, this is a well done historic repair. All commensurate with its age.
It has carved and pierced leaf and scroll cresting above two indented panels, a full and capacious seat.
Rare Victorian cast iron ornate child's swing, circa 1860. It is in great original condition, with lovely old floral cover which is slightly worn with age related wear.
With today’s health and safety regulations we cannot offer it as a swing fit for purpose as it comes with no straps, belts or restraining equipment! It is a gorgeous decorative item and a great piece of history. We have no provenance with it but can only imagine that it may have been made for the nursery of a grand house.
Fold Over Table£2,550.00
Very pleasing and rare late 17th Century oak and elm extending dining table.
This is a really charming table which has a wonderful aged patina, it has been well used in its long lifetime. The table has been affected by woodworm in its history which is no longer active but has been treated again for good measure.
Very neat when folded and opens out to an excellent size, superb for a small space.
Imposing and impressive 20th Century South Asian granite leogryphs. Most likely these were made to be used for architectural purposes. We have 12 of these which are available in multiples or individually at £995 each. A leogryph is a mythical part lion part griffin creature which are often found standing guard outside buddhist temples, it is believed these ferocious creatures protect the temple and those seeking enlightenment from evil forces.