Antique Oak Furniture & Associated Decorative Items - Member of the British Antique Dealers Association
English Oak sectional bookcase with carved owl finials – comprising of 6 sections which sit into recessed holes one on top of the other. Made in the 1920’s under patent by the Amersham Works Ltd and retailed by Brandon and Sons, High Street, Tring.
Width: 23″ / 59 cms
Depth: 7″ / 18 cms
Height: 67″ / 170
Each Section: 10″ / 26 cms High
Late 17th century Oak dresser. Circa 1670/80. Two plank top with moulded edge over three moulded front drawers, applied split moulded decoration to the front. Shaped and pierced brackets to the corners with barley sugar turned legs, united by straight peripheral stretchers. English.
Width: 71.5″ / 182 cms
Depth: 19″ / 49 cms
Height: 31.5″ / 80 cms
Pair of Queen Anne STYLE side chairs with black lacquer and gilt decoration.
Vase shaped backsplat with horseshoe shaped seat – now upholstered in English linen. Italian 1950’s
Width: 22″ / 56 cms
Depth: 17″ / 43 cms
Height: 44″ / 112 cms
Seat Height: 19″ / 48 cms