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18th Century Mahogany Chest on Chest
An amazing 18th century mahogany chest on chest. Fully oak lined. Signed and dated by maker 1773. Great small size, 71" high, 41" wide and 21" deep.

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  French Satinwood Inlaid Cabinet
A very good quality inlaid and cross banded satinwood cabinet by a Parisian Maker, stamped to back. This is 1930's French at it's best: all veneered on oak and with intricate decoration to doors and each and every panel, it is complete with it's brass sabot front feet. Cupboards have adjustable shelves. 67" high, 59" wide and 17" deep.

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Rosewood  Canterbury
A good late 19th Century rosewood turned Canterbury with rosewood shelf under on original castors. 18" x 17" x 14".

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  Walnut Framed Sofa
A very good c1880 walnut framed sofa with shaped ends and with original castors. Would benefit from a recover. Also available is the matching Ladies and Gentleman's chairs.

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  Reused Wine Boxes
What a great use of wooden wine boxes. Recently made and very decorative.et. 40" high and 14" wide and 11" deep.

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Pair of Marble Stands
Unusual to find a near pair of marble stands or columns, very Country House with a bronze or marble bust on. 36" high and about 7" square at the top. Slight differences and slight chipping, to be expected, c1890.

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