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Georgian, Regency, William IV and Victorian period antique furniture at Oaktree Antiques incorporates a selection of stylish pieces for everyday living, chosen for practicality together with visual appeal, to enhance both the traditional and modern home.
With high standards, we specialise in genuine antiques surviving from the 17th, 18th & 19th centuries in fine, original condition ~ essential criteria to ensure future value.
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George IV chamber bed side cupboard, finely figured mahogany £995 now £498
Regency/William IV lyre shaped library armchair reeded frame £3995/£1997
George III mahogany Pembroke occasional tea table, circa 1800. £965 now £483
William IV reclining upholstered library arm chair. £2995 now £1498

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Antique Georgian, Regency & Victorian Furniture Sold Recently

Georgian, Regency, William IV & Victorian Antique Dining Room Furniture
A George IV period nicely figured mahogany cellarette of splendid colour.The top lifting to reveal a now more usefully moleskin lined interior, commonly used as a work box or for magazines, CDS etc.The reeded edge base standing on four conforming ring turned tapering legs with original brass castors. Brass carrying handles. Circa 1825.
A Regency period mahogany Pembroke table. Lovely figured solid mahogany top with reeded edge, a feature repeated in the frieze and Gillows style slender ring turned legs.

William IV pedestal dining table to seat 6 or 8, 51" x 57" circa 1835.
A classic early Georgian pad foot drop flap table.Very dense mahogany of beautiful grain. Measuring 44" x 42" approx. Circa 1775.
good quality & desirably sized mid Victorian generous 6 / occasional 8 seat extending mahogany dining table. The nicely figured double moulded edge top complete with its original centre leaf. Standing well on tapering ring turned, fluted & gadroon knopped legs with original brass & ceramic castors. A good sturdy table, of lovely colour and condition. Measuring 711/2" x 51" when fully extended. Circa 1875.

A classic Georgian pad foot drop flap dining table in original condition. Fabulous dense mahogany with beautiful grain. Measuring 42" x 49" to seat up to six. Circa 1760.
A set of six early Victorian dining chairs comprising five standard chairs and one complimentary elbow chair. Of smart, simple design with incurved top & centre rails, outswept rear & tapering ring turned front legs. Good sturdy chairs, fully re-upholstered. Richly coloured and nicely figured mahogany. Mid 19th century.
A fabulous George III Sheraton period sideboard.The elegant bow break- front design standing on square tapering legs. The bow central drawer with shell inlay to the raised tablet, flanked by a cupboard to one side & deep cellaret to the other. Well chosen mahogany throughout, with cross-banding & stringing. Original plate handles. Surviving from the late 18th century in good, original condition & unusually still retaining its brass back rail.
Length 77" Circa 1785.
George III period demi lune tea table. Nicely figured top with scratch mould line to the edges. Deep frieze delicately decorated with boxwood& ebony sharks tooth inlay. Standing on typical period square tapering legs with matching castors. The fold over top supported on a single gate action leg, opening to reveal a circular tea table of 45" diameter. Circa 1790.
A nice quality early Victorian dense mahogany extending dining table. The nicely figured moulded edge top with two leaves & shallow frieze. Standing on ring turned and knopped baluster legs with original castors. Measuring 47" wide x 93" extended with both leaves, to seat 8-10 seat people. Good condition. Mid 19th century.
egency / William IV period rosewood tilt top circular centre / dining table. The 54" diameter beautifully figured top with shallow frieze. Supported on a cylindrical column with gadrooned socle. The tripartite base with lions paw & scroll feet with concealed castors. Circa 1830.
Quality George III period sideboard with the most beautifully figured mahogany with ebony stringing. Of bow breakfront design, the two central drawers with book matched curl veneers. Flanked by cupboards with cross banded & ebony strung panels. Standing on finely ring turned legs with button feet. Good colour & original condition. Circa 1810.
Victorian D-end extendingmahogany dining table to seat 6, complete with its original centre leaf. 3rd quarter 19th century.
Mid Victorian circular tilt top centre / breakfast table. The 49" diameter top of carefully chosen figured solid mahogany with moulded edge and shallow cross banded frieze. Supported by a cylindrical tapering column, socle & tripartite base with turned bun feet & castors.
Victorian mahogany butlers tray with folding ring turned stand. Mid 19th century
Set of 8 Georgian mahogany dining chairs. The broad reupholstered seats of very comfortable design. The moulded shaped top rail above a crossed back with central roundel. Elegant ring turned, tapering forelegs. Circa 1810.
Set of 6 William IV dining chairs in excellent condition. The curved top rail above an unusual centre rail featuring a carved intertwined detail. Over stuffed seats & cushion moulded rails, standing on ring turned tapering fore & out swept rear legs. The well grained mahogany frames of nice colour & in good order all round. Circa 1835.
Set of 6 early Victorian mahogany dining chairs of good heavy construction & in great condition. The moulded frame with nicely carved back rail. Moulded seat rails with amply proportioned and comfortable serpentine shaped stuffed over reupholstered seats. Ring turned & reeded forelegs. Circa 1850.
Fabulous George IV side / serving table. The moulded edge top nicely patinated & of rich colour. The three frieze drawers, an indication of quality in a table of this design, are of solid dense mahogany construction with selected book matched flame veneer fronts. These are flanked by inset moulded tablets, a feature repeated on the sides. The handsome reeded, ring turned tapering front legs are complimented by the moulded & decorated back legs. The obvious quality of this piece is further enhanced by its relatively petite proportions, being just 58" long. Circa 1825.
Good set of 8 Regency period rosewood chairs of elegant design. Fine period detailing with acanthus carving to the shallow curved top rails & scroll work to the back rails. The reeded front legs again with acanthus decoration. The dished drop in seats now fully reupholstered in damask. Lovely quality throughout, together with richly coloured, figured rosewood and sturdy construction. Circa 1825.
Regency rosewood chiffonier with elegant and restrained period detailing. The raised back supported on lotus carved pillars. The two panel doors flanked by turned columns with papyrus capitals. Circa 1820.
William IV mahogany three tier buffet. Good tapered, reeded and turned corner columns, terminating in fine reeded onion stops. Standing on turned toupee feet and original brass castors. Good colour and condition. Circa 1840.
George IV mahogany drop flap dining table. The dense, nicely figured polished top with rounded corners & reeded edge, above a strung frieze. Elegant tapered ring turned legs terminate in brass castors. Measuring 40" x 14" closed, opening up to 40" x 64" which will comfortably seat six. Circa 1825.
Antique Bedroom Furniture
A late Regency Gillows style mahogany bedside chamber cupboard. The reeded edge top with three quarter gallery over a nicely figured cockbeaded door. Standing on elegant ring turned & finely reeded tapering legs. 17" square. Circa 1830.
good Georgian square washstand now forming a more useful lamp / side table. Of slightly unusual design with the square moulded top & shaped frieze above two small drawers with ring pull handles. Slender square legs united by a turned & moulded jug stand stretcher. Circa 1785.
Late 18th century, circa 1790 Georgian mahogany corner washstand. The curved upstand with small shelf. Line inlay to the frieze & drawer fronts. The lower tier with one central drawer & two flanking faux drawers. Standing on splay legs.George III period, circa 1790-1810.
A Victorian mahogany fluted cylindrical bed side pot cupboard. The circular draught moulded top over a single door that opens to reveal a shelf. Standing on an octagonal plinth.
281/2" high x 15" diameter max. Circa 1875

George III period mahogany chest of 2 short over 3 long drawers in fabulous original condition. Oak lined drawers, original swan neck handles, shaped bracket feet, 39" wide. Excellent colour & grain. Circa 1800.
A very nice Victorian mahogany cylindrical pot cupboard. The raised double moulded top with inset marble panel. Fluted column with door opening to reveal a serpentine shaped shelf within. Standing on an octagonal raised plinth base. Most attractive & useful too! Circa 1880.
A late Georgian small square washstand /lamp table, nice mahogany, square block legs united by jug stretcher, with shaped friezes & drawer. Circa 1800.
A late Georgian mahogany dressing / writing table. The beautifully figured top cross banded in satinwood with parallel ebony stringing. The single long & deep side oak lined drawers similarly line inlaid & surrounding the arched knee hole with inlaid fan spandrels. Standing on typically Georgian ring turned tapering legs with brass castors. Lovely colour & condition. 383/4" x 201/2" x 30" high Circa 1820.
mall Regency mahogany & ebony strung caddy top bow front chest of drawers 351/2"w x 351/2"h
A fabulous pair of Victorian cylindrical bedside chamber cupboards. The circular moulded tops with marble insert. The sides with well selected flame venners. The doors opening to reveal shelved storage. Standing on conforming cylindrical plinth bases. Very pretty & useful too for many locations throughout the house.

A George III period mahogany chest of drawers of much sought after proportions, measuring just 351/2" wide. Beautifully figured mahogany throughout, the top & drawer fronts edged with fine barbers pole stringing. The top edged with triple reed moulding. Standing well on bracket feet. Great colour & a particularly pretty piece. Circa 1785.
A delicious 18th century, George III period, folding top corner washstand of a style attributed to Gillows of Lancaster. The prettily scalloped edge rising top of clever design, opening to reveal the original interior. The middle tier with central and two flanking faux drawers. The elegantly out swept legs united by a shaped undertier with jug stand. Lovely line inlaid mahogany of rich colour & in excellent condition. Circa 1785
A 19th century bedside chamber cupboard in lovely condition. The galleried top above the moulded edge panelled door. Standing on ring turned legs. Nice mahogany throughout & of good colour. Victorian, circa 1875.
How pleased we are to have located this superb George IV / William IV mahogany cheval mirror of that so hard to find above average quality! The original looking glass is supported on crisply detailed moulded supports united by two baluster tuned stretchers. Roundel decoration to the feet. Circa 1830.
A Victorian mahoganydressing / toilet stand. The circular adjustable mirror above two lidded storage compartments. Standing on a turned & gadrooned column with tripod base. Circa 1880.
A fabulous quality early Victorian mahogany cheval mirror. The D shaped mirror with original plate on curved & pierced scroll supports. Serpentine shaped compartment forming the stretcher uniting the carved & moulded feet with brass castors. Lovely choice figured veneers throughout. Mid 19th century.
Georgian mahogany bedside / lamp table. The fold over top opening to reveal a bowl well above a pretty shaped frieze. The lower shelf having a similar frieze and drawer below. With a cross stretcher jug stand joining the 4 slim square tapering legs. George III, circa 1790.
Late Victorian gentleman's mahogany shaving stand. The circular swing mirror within a moulded frame, above a marble shelf. Supported on a cylindrical tapering column & standing on scroll carved out swept feet. Circa 1880.
A most elegant Georgian period corner washstand. The moulded edge top with quadrant up stand & removable cover to the bowl recess. Line inlaid frieze with conforming inlay to the central drawer & faux outer drawers of the middle tier. Original brass handles. The shaped undertier with ringed jug stand. Beautifully out swept legs. Lovely mahogany throughout & in excellent condition. Circa 1800.
A fabulous quality mid 19thC Victorian rise & fall dressing mirror on stand on tripod base with carved feet.
The classic late 18th century Georgian period linen press. The dentil cornice over two doors with book matched mahogany panels opening to reveal the original slides. To the lower section two short over two long oak lined drawers with original handles. Standing well on bracket feet. Fabulous condition & colour.
A magnificent example of a gentleman's compactum wardrobe. The central chest of six drawers is complimented by a dummy drawer forming the cornice. Either side are two hanging wardrobe compartments. The quality of this piece is evident in its design, proportions and selection of excellent veneers. A very pleasing and useful piece of Georgian furniture! Circa 1820.
A very elegant George IV period mahogany side / dressing table. The two frieze drawers of solid mahogany construction standing on four ring turned and tapering legs. Lovely original condition and colour, Great proportions! Circa 1830.
George IV period mahogany chamber cupboard of unusual format. The galleried top with a small shaped shelf and reeded edge. Ebony banded cupboard door. Supported by elegant ring turned tapering legs. Circa 1825.
An early 19th century campaign chamber cupboard. The galleried reeded edge top over a cupboard with rising door and retractable pot cupboard beneath. Fine double reeded mouldings form panels to the well figured mahogany doors with complimentary detailing to the stiles. Lovely colour. Regency period, circa 1810.
Two drawer side/ writing/dressing table. The top with small upstand above two book match veneered frieze drawers. Standing on turned & reeded legs. Fabulous rich colour. Circa 1840.
Georgian mahogany swing toilet mirror. The moulded edge mirror on tapering scratch moulded supports on a serpentine shaped strung base with 3 drawers, standing on ogee bracket feet. Circa 1800.
18th century, George III period, folding top corner washstand of a style attributed to Gillows of Lancaster. The prettily scalloped edge rising top of clever design, opening to reveal the original interior. The middle tier with central and two flanking faux drawers. The elegantly out swept legs united by a shaped undertier with jug stand. Lovely line inlaid mahogany of rich colour & in excellent condition. Circa 1785.
The classic Georgian mahogany chest of drawers. The arrangement of two over three oak lined cock beaded drawers, beneath a moulded top, all standing on elegant swept bracket feet. Original oval plate bras handles. Very nice condition and good sturdy construction. Lovely colour, patination and grain. Useful size 43" wide. Circa 1800.
Regency mahogany washstand still retains its original bowl well beneath a leather covered writing surface. Other features typical of the period are the reeded top, ring turned tapering legs, two frieze and one dummy boxwood strung drawer and reeded shaped under tier. A very useful piece. Circa 1815.
This late Regency mahogany side table carries the makers stamp of Wilkinson & Sons, 14 Ludgate Hill - 4128, on one of its two frieze drawers. Sir Ambrose Heal records this maker in London Furniture Makers 1660-1840, working at this address from 1814-38. This easy to accommodate table, measuring 42" in length stands on typical period ring turned legs. Circa 1825.
A fine George III mahogany chest on chest incorporating many desirable features. The upper section having an ogee moulded cornice, canted reeded corners, three short over three long oak lined drawers. The base with a brushing slide above three further drawers on handsome splayed bracket feet with concealed castors. Good colour and selection of quality veneers. Circa 1780.
A very useful mahogany linen press from the George IV period. The upper section with a neat ovolo cornice above two doors with well figured veneered panels contained within ebony stringing. The base with two short over two long cockbeaded drawers, standing on turned feet. Circa 1825.
18th & 19th Century Antique Storage & Occasional Pieces of Furniture
A most attractive & interesting George III mahogany circular tripod tilt top supper / wine table. The beautiful solid one piece top tilting on a turned tapering gun barrel & vasular column. The three swept & moulded legs having carved lappet knees & terminating in pad feet. This above average example is complimented by lovely colour & condition. 31" diameter. Circa 1775.
This George III mahogany tilt top occasional table has a good a top as you could hope to see ~ beautiful grain and a good mellow colour, measuring
32" x 23". Nice ring turned vasular column with outswept legs standing on peg feet with draught moulding caps. Circa 1790.
Nicely detailed William IV ~ early Victorian mahogany firescreen.
Circa 1835.
Vintage 13'x 3'6" Persian Hamadan red ground runner.
A particularly charming Georgian mahogany work table. The boxwood and ebony strung top with complimentary stringing to the frieze. Sliding, silk lined wool bag. Standing on beautifully elegant ring turned tapering legs. Circa 1810.
George III period full height standing splay front corner cupboard. The upper section with moulded cornice above a glazed door which opens to reveal individually shaped shelves.The lower section with panelled cupboard door & shelves within.Nicely figured mahogany of good colour throughout.Height 76 "

This George III mahogany tilt top occasional table has a good a top as you could hope to see ~ beautiful grain and a good mellow colour, measuring
32" x 23". Nice ring turned vasular column with outswept legs standing on peg feet with draught moulding caps. Circa 1790.
pretty William IV ~ early Victorian rosewood chiffonier. Ideal display cabinet / bookcase. The upper shelf on foliate scrolling support. Two frieze drawers with petalate moulded edges. Twin arched glazed doors between half round tapering columns with foliate capitals. Standing on a plinth base. 43" wide.
Circa 1835-40.
Regency mahogany umbrella leg occasional / lamp table, early 19th century.
An elegant finely detailed early Victorian rosewood card table. The fold over moulded edge top showing wonderful grain opening to reveal a moleskin lined playing surface. The deep frieze with scroll moulded serpentine edge, repeated on the sides. Raised central floral motif. The turned column of bold vasular form, supported by moulded legs terminating in scroll & volute feet with brass castors. Fabulous quality carving throughout. Circa 1850
William IV mhogany torchere / jardiniere stand, circa 1835.
Pair of Victorian rosewood firescreens with original tapestries, a rare find!
George III Sheraton period fold over D shaped card table, inlaid & strung mahogany. Late 18th century.
Early 19th century Regency rosewood canterbury in unusually good condition. Circa 1825
A fabulous quality & very dense mahogany supper / wine table.The tilting, 32" diameter one piece dished top with beautiful figuring. Supported on a baluster and ring turned column.The tripod base with rounded outswept legs and pad feet.A most handsome example of an early George III period tripod table, circa 1765.
A mid 19th Century burr oak lamp table with a hexagonal baluster column & turned socle to the circular base with tripod feet. Lovely rich colour & patination.Circa 1850.
nicely proportioned 18th century George III mahogany tilt top tripod supper / wine table.The dished and beautifully figured one piece circular 211/2" diameter top,
supported on a most attractive fluted & tapering column. The tripod base with out swept legs terminating in pad feet.Late 18th century, circa 1785.
Georgian mahogany butlers tray. The four flap hinged top with carrying handles on a baluster ring turned folding base. Early 19th century.
A very nice William IV rosewood card / games table. The fold over swivel top opening to reveal a baize lined circular playing surface. The straight moulded edge frieze with central tablet. Tapering cylindrical pedestal with inverted lotus carved socle. Quatre partite base with four scrolled feet & concealed castors.Nice gentle grain & colour. Circa 1835.

Fine quality Victorian pole screen with original floral needle work.
A fine, elegant early Victorian figured walnut duet stand. The twin adjustable lyre back music rest rises and falls on a shaft. The central tapering fluted and knopped column is supported by 3 out swept channelled scrolling legs. Crisply carved period detailing. Circa 1860.
A delight to have found this fabulous early Victorian centre table which would serve equally as well as a dining table. The figured rosewood of the lobed & moulded edge top is outstanding. The crisply carved base has foliate decoration to the pedestal, standing on four moulded edge scrolling legs with original castors. 62" x 46" x 29" high. Circa 1850.
A sweet late 18th century mahogany tripod tilt top wine / supper table of small proportions, 20" diameter, circa 1785.
A most charming Regency ~ William IV period rosewood jardiniere stand / occasional table. The 14" diameter moulded edge top with brass gallery complete with its removable jardiniere cover. The baluster and ring turned column standing on a tripartite base with ring turned feet. Circa 1830.
Early 19th century mahogany 3 tier whatnot with finely turned supports, 3 shelves & deep drawer to base.
Fabulous mahogany torchere / jardiniere stand surviving from the Regency - William IV period in lovely condition. Crisply worked period details, similar to designs of the London maker Thomas King 1830-35.
Pretty Victorian mahogany pole screen. with floral needlework in a foliate & shaped frame. The stand with crisply carved detailing to the tripod base. Circa 1875.
An 18th century mahogany circular tilt top wine table with ring turned baluster column and tripod base. 20" diameter. Circa 1785.
A fabulous quality early Victorian chiffonier. To the base, two cupboard doors with moulded panels & book matched veneers, scroll carved corbels & standing on a plinth. The cushion moulded, oak lined frieze drawers, separated by moulded tablet & complete with original secret spring locks. The back with inset moulded edge panel, again with book matched curl veneers. The open shelf supported by scrolling fretwork with conforming gallery. Fine veneers throughout. Circa 1850.
Fine Georgian mahogany glazed corner cupboard, late 18th century in lovely original condition.
William IV period rosewood combined work & games table. The moulded edge swiveling top opening to reveal the playing surface, with the fitted frieze drawer and wool box below. The end supports formed with tulip & scrollwork detailing on rounded trestle ends, united by a turned stretcher. All standing on moulded turned feet with concealed castors. Lovely condition and nice mellow colour.
Circa 1835.
George III period splay front hanging corner cupboard in very nice condition. The raised and fielded panel door opening to reveal three shaped shelves. Lovely use of figured mahogany and good colour. Circa 1775.
A handsome example of a Georgian mahogany full height splay front standing corner cupboard. The cross banded frieze under an ogee cornice. Single piece astragal glazed door opening to reveal the four display shelves, the lower over three spice drawers. The base with twin panelled doors concealing further shelves within. Standing on bold bracket feet. Good condition and very much sought after! 82" high x 40" wide. Circa 1785.
Superbly detailed & rare pair of mahogany torcheres.The handed, spirally reeded tapering column, under a foliate capital, with gadrooned collar and carved petallate socle. Standing 49" tall on turned base with lions paw feet. Mid Victorian circa 1870.
Fine quality Georgian glazed splay front hanging corner cupboard. Rich mahogany throughout, with line inlay & cross banding to the Gothic arched glazing bars. Greek key cornice over a florally inlaid frieze. A nice feature is the moulded detailing to the splay edges. Shaped shelves within. Circa 1790.
George III period bow front corner cupboard. The richly coloured, figured mahogany decorated with double stringing, together with conch shell inlay to the deep cornice. The doors with shield shaped ivory escutcheon and H-hinges opening to reveal four shelves above two fitted spice drawers. Circa 1800
William IV /early Victorian rosewood pole screen in very nice original condition. The needlework banner on a brass pole with finely detailed finial, standing on a tri- form base with compressed bun feet. Circa 1835.
A pair of Victorian mahogany torcheres, 43" high. Each with a dished circular top, reeded & fluted column with leaf carved baluster detail. Standing on draught moulded bases with compressed bun feet.
Mid 18th century fold over top occasional table. Oak lined single frieze drawer. Handsome bold cabriole legs with single gate action, terminating in pad feet. Beautiful grain and colour to the dense, heavy mahogany. A classic example of early Georgian craftsmanship. Circa 1760.
Victorian occasional table. Good grained mahogany to the dished top above a tapering reeded & knopped stem, standing on three arched moulded legs with button feet. Circa 1870.
George IV period mahogany snap top occasional table. The rounded rectangular top on a ring turned column and splay legs with button feet. Nice grain and colouration. Circa 1825.
A most charming Regency ~ William IV period rosewood jardiniere stand / occasional table. The 14" diameter moulded edge top with brass gallery complete with its removable jardiniere cover. The baluster and ring turned column standing on a tripartite base with ring turned feet. Circa 1830.
George III, late 18th century, occasional / side table. The solid mahogany moulded edge top beautifully figured and of lovely mellow colour. The frieze with single cock beaded oak lined drawer. Standing on square tapering legs. Circa 1790.
A fabulous mahogany torchere / jardiniere stand surviving from the Regency - William IV period in lovely condition. Crisply worked period details, similar to designs of the London maker Thomas King 1830-35.
Regency / William IV period rosewood card table. The well figured top swiveling & opening to reveal the lined playing surface with concealed storage space under. The deep frieze centred by a moulded tablet supported on a tapering hexagonal column with moulded socle & quatre partite base on melon lobed feet with concealed castors. Circa 1830.
William IV period rosewood combined work and games table. The moulded edge swiveling top opening to reveal the playing surface, with the fitted frieze drawer and wool box below. The end supports formed with tulip and scroll work detailing on rounded trestle ends, united by a turned stretcher. All standing on moulded turned feet with concealed castors. Lovely condition and nice mellow colour. Circa 1835.
William IV period tilt top occasional table. The 22" diameter tilting top with shallow frieze is supported on a cylindrical column terminating in an inverted lotus socle. The tripartite base on ring turned feet with concealed castors. Lovely figured rosewood throughout. Circa 1835.
George III period mahogany pembroke tea / side table. The nicely aged top, showing good grain & colour, with rounded ends to the flaps & reeded moulded edge. The line inlaid frieze with single & opposing dummy drawer. Standing well on aesthetically pleasing square tapering legs with brass square cup castors. Circa 1800.

Antique Seating & Upholstered Period Furniture
Late Victorian caned bergere walnut occasional chair.
Gentleman's reeded leg desk / elbow / carver chair, William IV c.1835

Pretty mid Victorian rosewood stool, crisply carved swept cabriole legs & scroll work frame. Tapestry cover. Mid 19th C.
A good George I / II period maho
gany corner chair surviving from the early 18th century in excellent condition. The curved top rail above shaped back splats & gun barrel turned supports. The moulded edge seat rail with a shaped frieze. Cabriole leg to the front and conforming turned legs. Fabulous selection of timber throughout. Circa 1725
An excellent example of an early Victorian mahogany scroll end sofa of restrained design. In fabulous all round condition & fully re-upholstered in a quality chenille stripe. The bow shaped back with carved & gadrooned centre. The nicely moulded scroll arms with roundel decoration. Moulded centre rail between flame veneer tablets. Standing on ring turned legs with original castors. Circa 1850.
Victorian walnut chaise with sumptuous deep buttoned velvet upholstery. The moulded frame crisply carved to a high standard. Standing on cabriole legs. Circa 1875.
A most handsome 17th century style upholstered side / hall chair. The walnut frame with well carved detailing to the scrolling arms, high front & bobbin turned stretchers. Late 19th century.
A small square upholstered stool with serpentine shaped sides. Standing on compressed bun feet. Mid Victorian, circa 1875.
A good quality early Victorian rosewood sofa of unusual concave shape. The deep buttoned curved back supported on scrolling arms. The show wood throughout finely carved & nicely detailed. The moulded seat rail centred by an entwined foliate motif. Standing on cabriole legs with brass castors. Now upholstered in duck egg blue antique effect cotton velvet. Very comfortable!
Pretty mid Victorian rosewood stool, crisply carved swept cabriole legs & scroll work frame. Tapestry cover. Mid 19th century.
Early to mid Victorian deep buttoned spoon back arm chair. Fabulous condition, the frame having been totally refurbished, resprung and reupholstered in the most luxurious heavy duty old gold velvet. No expense has been spared in its restoration to give good service for years to come! The mahogany show wood with well carved detailing. Circa 1860.
A rare find, this early Victorian period rosewood duet stool / window seat. The lifting velvet covered top opening to reveal storage space with carved & scrolling frieze. Standing on ring turned baluster fluted tulip legs with concealed castors. Measuring 50" long x 21" wide x 19" high. Circa 1850.
Two very similar early Victorian mahogany spoon back arm upholstered arm chairs, totally refurbished, old gold linen velvet, mid 19thC.
A most handsome Regency ~ William IV period upholstered arm chair of archetypal & much sought after format. Fabulous condition, the frame having been totally refurbished, resprung and reupholstered in the most luxurious heavy duty finely striped red velvet. Now ready for another century of good service! The mahogany show wood frame with good quality reeded period detailing throughout. Circa 1830.
William IV period rosewood side chair. The deep buttoned back with studded upholstery. Down swept sides terminating in scrolling ends. Cushion moulded front rail. Reeded legs complete with original brass castors. Circa 1835.
A deep buttoned Victorian spoon back chair of generous size. The moulded mahogany frame, crisply carved with scroll & foliate detailing. Damson velvet upholstery in nice condition. Circa 1875.
A most handsome example of a William IV gentleman's library chair. The rosewood frame with nice quality features typical of this period. Very comfortable format with cognac leather upholstery. Circa 1835.
Fabulous serpentine shaped Victorian ottoman, now fully reupholstered. The lift up lid opening to reveal the velvet lined storage space. 48" x 24" x 18" high. Circa 1875.
Regency period mahogany revolving music stool. The reupholstered adjustable seat with moulded edge standing on turned & reeded legs terminating in tapered outswept feet. 2nd. quarter of 19th C.
A petite, reupholstered Edwardian sofa standing on square tapering legs with original brass and pottery castors.
Good quality William IV period rosewood prie dieu chair. Lovely reeded front legs. Circa 1835.
Fine quality and nicely detailed Regency period mahogany hall chair. Good grain & colour. Circa 1815.
Regency period mahogany framed, velvet covered stool, circa 1825.
Antique Lighting & Mirrors
A late 19th century serpentine crested gilt mirror in good original condition.The floral crest over an egg & dart moulded gesso frame with beaded inner slip. 44" high x 29" wide. Circa 1880
.Louis XV style French camel rococo crested gilt mirror with gesso decoration to the frame in very nice original condition. Original bevelled glass. Overall maximum size 35 x 56". Frame width 31". Circa 1890
A most decorative early 20th C brass table lamp. With a slender baluster column & gadrooned knop, above 3 scroll supports & platform base. 251/2" tall inclusive of shade.
Regency style Victorian oval mirror / looking glass with ball decoration to the gilt frame. Max. dimension 33" ~ can be hung either way.
Finely detailed Victorian over mantle gilt mirror in fine condition with original looking glass. Measuring 50" x 35".
Messengers brass oil standard lamp Victorian c.1880

A very smart early Victorian gilt mirror in excellent condition. The simply moulded frame with central cartouche and foliate terminals. Original looking glass. Maximum dimensions 391/2" high x 39" wide to include the scrolls. Circa 1850.
Late 19th C French crested gilt pier glass / dressing mirror. 69" x 33"
A large 19th century French bow top gilt mirror with original looking glass.
Large 19thC oval gilt mirror with original bevelled glass, 42 " high
Victorian torchere in excellent original condition with weighted base. Mid 19th C.
Mid Victorian gilt over mantle mirror with foliate moulded frame & fern clusters. Original looking glass. 46" x 30" max. 3rd quarter 19th century.

gilt framed oval looking glass with original bevelled mirror, Edwardian early 20th century.
Late 19th century antique French gilt mirror. Fine foliate decoration to the dome top frame & garland crest. Original bevelledlooking glass & pine back board. 60" x 30".
Unusual early Victorian oval gilt mirror with laurel leaf & berry outer decoration to the crested frame. Circa 1840.
A particularly finely detailed English Victorian gilt wood and gesso triple plate over mantle mirror, 54" x 27".

Good interesting period detailing and Rococo scrolling feature on this late 19th century gilt wood & gesso crested mirror. Original plate with canted top corners. 34" x 52".
An impressive Victorian torchere. The circular top on a turned column with carved socle & weighted base. Mid 19th century.
An English gilt pier glass of difficult to find dimensions. Featuring beautifully detailed frame & original plate. Measuring 24"wide x 65"high. Mid Victorian circa 1875.

A pleasure to have found this early Victorian cheval mirror in such nice condition. The original plate within a dome top moulded frame on nicely detailed scrolling supports above a pretty serpentine stretcher. Beautifully figured mahogany of rich colour.
Edwardian period brass adjustable standard lamp with gadrooned circular base & feet with 3 scroll supports.
Rectangular 19th century gilt mirror with floral crest, late 19th century.
Edwardian brass table lamp with inverted baluster column on circular base. Height 13" excluding shade. Circa 1910.
An unusually large Edwardian brass Pullman lamp on tripod base with cranberry glass shade. Circa 1910.
Victorian gilt wood & compositioncircular mirror / looking glass with floral border & trade label of FG Moon, Carver & Gilder, Threadneedle Street, London.
Edwardian brass desk lamp with rise & fall action, carrying handle and cranberry coloured glass shade. 25" tall. Circa
Antique Library / Study / Writing Furniture from the 18th & 19th Centuries
A smart early Victorian rosewood standing bookcase. The nicely figured top over a cushion frieze terminating in scroll carved capitals to the sides. The book shelves adjustable for height. Standing 48" wide x 42" high on a plinth base. Circa 1850. F
ine quality William IV rosewood partners writing library table in lovely condition, circa 1835.
A Victorian figured walnut stationery box. The domed lid lifting to reveal the fitted interior. Complete with key. Circa 1875

Victorian decorative brass inkstand with pierced rococo detailing & dove to ink well lid.
A handsome Georgian mahogany writing bureau / fall front writing desk. The well figured fall opening to reveal a nice arrangement of long & short drawers & pigeon holes around acentral cupboard flanked by secret compartments.Beneath, four long graduated and cock beaded drawers standing on bracket feet. Great colour and condition. Circa 1800
19thcentury William IV rosewood canterbury with 2 drawers & larel leaf garland decoration, circa 1835.
A superior quality Victorian solid mahogany pedestal desk. The well figured top measuring 55" x 24" with a shaped & moulded upstand to the rear. The arrangement of three moulded edge frieze drawers over two pedestals, one with conforming graduated drawers, the opposing with 3 faux drawers as a cupboard door. With a generous sized kneehole. Original turned handles. Standing on a plinth. Circa 1875
Early Victorian rosewood library table on 4 baluster & ring turned columns & trestle scroll feet. 44" x 21"
Victorian mahogany correspondence box. The sloping front with 2 doors opening to reveal a fully fitted sectioned interior, complete with calendars & writing slate. Drawer to base. Late 19th century.
Victorian fine quality rosewood adjustable music stand / reading table.
A v
ery comfortable early Victorian / William IV hoop back desk chair. The buttoned backrest supported by carved S and C scrolls. Serpentine shaped front rail and seat with tapering baluster turned & reeded front legs & out swept rear.Having been totally re-upholstered in tan leather. Circa 1840.
A fine quality George IV period rosewood library / sofa table. The nicely figured top measuring 42" x 24". Supported on oblong trestles with rosette decoration & united by a detailed turned high stretcher. Standing on platforms again featuring crisp period detailing.With concealed castors to the feet. Fabulous!
A nicely detailed Victorian oak side / desk chair, circa 1880. Period details including pierced & decorated top rail & splats, nicely turned arm supports & front legs. Now re-upholstered in saddle hide.Very comfortable & ideal as an occasional, fireside or desk chair.
An excellent quality Victorian mahogany pedestal desk of good size. The pedestals each with three mahogany lined, moulded edge drawers with the unusual arrangement of two long frieze drawers. Original turned knobs & Chubb locks. Standing on moulded plinths. The moulded edge top measuring 60" x 311/2" with probably the original leather writing surface. Lovely mahogany used throughout. Finished with beautifully figured veneer to the back & so also suitable as a freestanding piece.Mid 19th century.
A most useful Victorian mahogany standing open bookcase. The projecting cornice over six adjustable shelves, standing on a square plinth base. Ideal for the library or office. 78" high x 48" wide. Circa 1875.
This mid Victorian mahogany twin pedestal desk, in the Georgian style, has some interesting & useful features. The central of the 3 frieze drawers opens to reveal an additional leather writing slope. The pedestals, formed as cupboards, have shelves to one side & concealed drawers to the other, with conforming opposing faux cupboards behind. The rising pedestal shelf is supported on retractable flies. Good colour & grain. The top measuring 62" x 36". Circa 1875.
A magnificent and individual Regency period pedestal library table. The beautifully figured rosewood top featuring reel moulded edges, two concealed, mahogany lined, frieze drawers set between lotus carved corner tablets. The central beehive turned column with crisply carved acanthus base & foliate socle. The quatre form, reel edge moulded base terminating in scrolling feet with concealed castors. Excellent selection of timber & quality of detail throughout. Early 19th C
A fabulous burr walnut stationery cabinet surviving from the Victorian era in very nice condition. Interesting matched veneers to the doors opening to reveal the fitted interior, which unusually still retains the original writing tablet. Discrete shallow drawer to the base. Mid 19th century.
A very smart William IV / early Victorian rosewood Davenport desk. The brass galleried top with leather writing surface opening to reveal a sycamore lined fitted interior. The incurved base with round tapering columns. To the side, a retractable pen & ink compartment above four graduated drawers with conforming faux drawers to the other side. Circa 1840.

A joy to have found this George III period mahogany bureau of such diminutive & desirable proportions. The fall opening to reveal a nice waterfall interior of arcaded pigeon holes, drawers & central cupboard. The four long graduated oak lined drawers with brass plate handles & escutcheon. Standing on elegantly shaped original bracket feet. Lovely mellowed colour & patination. Just 30" wide. Circa 1800.
Victorian walnut & pierced brass desk stand. The moulded oblong base fitted with domed top stationery cabinet, two inkwells, quill tray & frieze drawer. Standing on compressed bun feet. 3rd quarter 19th C.
Victorian walnut and burr walnut davenport. It features fine double strung and cross banded inlay throughout. Lovely grain and colour. Original castors. Circa 1880.
A handsome solid mahogany Georgian style bookcase cabinet of the late Victorian era. The glazed upper section below an ogee moulded cornice with four adjustable shelves behind the two doors. The base with two doors opening to reveal a fitted shelf and standing on a moulded plinth. The particularly attractive feature of the paneling to the doors & sides ensures this piece of furniture is attractive from all angles. Circa 1890.
Mid Victorian walnut veneered floor standing display cabinet / bookcase of inverted breakfront design. The recessed central portion of open shelves flanked by conforming shelves behind arched glazed doors. All nicely self cross- banded & geometrically line inlaid. Standing on a chamfered & shaped plinth. Lovely warm honey colour. Circa 1880.
detailing on rounded trestle ends, united by a turned stretcher. All standing on moulded turned feet with concealed castors. Lovely condition and nice mellow colour. Circa 1835. £2375
A comfortable late Victorian oak desk chair now reupholstered with deep buttoned tan hide. The semi circular back rails united by nicely turned uprights. A feature seen again in the cross stretcher uniting the turned & fluted front leg and three out swept legs. Good condition and colour. Late 19th century.
George IV period mahogany secretaire bookcase/display cabinet. The upper section with four adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of lancet glazed doors, below a cushion cornice. The base fitted with a secretaire drawer over two further drawers, all standing on lobed melon feet. Reeded moulding throughout. Very useful proportions, standing 7'2" tall. Circa 1825.
A particularly good quality early Victorian mahogany library table of very useable proportions. The moulded edge top with leather surface above 4 frieze drawers, standing well on faceted & turned legs with brass casters. Good colour, grain and condition. Circa 1840.
A copy of the original invoice from Frederick Appletree, dated Christmas 1841 accompanies this very impressive rosewood breakfront side cabinet. The carved arched mirrored back reflects the marble top of the sunken centre. A pair of adjustable open shelves flank the central cupboard enclosed by two doors with delicately fretted panels backed by silk linings. 72" wide.