Highly collectible ceramic tile titled ‘Pescatore’ which translates to fisherman. Made in 1943 by renowned Italian ceramist Dino Rofi (B. 1896). The tile has a hole near the centre made by a previous owner, the reason for which is unknown but most likely for hanging purposes. The price has taken in to account the hole and we work with an excellent restorer who could repair this – please get in touch for more information.
Truly splendid set of six early Victorian giltwood dining chairs which are of generous proportions and of heavy and solid construction. They are complete with Copes patented casters. The gilt is worn in places commensurate with age. They have been upholstered with calico so ready to finished with your choice of fabric.
Wonderful painted substantial, one-piece cupboard from the Baltic region.Great condition with varying lozenge shaped details on the doors. The paintwork is a fabulous colour and in fine condition with attractive natural wear in places. Excellent capacious storage. A beautiful piece which is suitable for many situations.
Exceptional and very handsome Georgian, circa 1760, Thames Valley region yew and elm Windsor armchair attributed to John Pitt and Richard Hewitt.It is a generously proportioned and very comfortable chair. Its seat is carved from one piece of elm and has a one-piece steam bent horseshoe arm rest. It is in overall very good condition, it has been well restored at some point, has a few old hairline cracks, small areas of historic woodworm and very small traces of old paint and it has had replacement stretchers in its history.