Antique Furniture: English and continental antique furniture from the 16th - 19th century, with particular reference to fine design originality and condition.  

Within my collection you can usually find brown antique English furniture, enhanced with rose wood, king wood, partridge wood, bow, ebony and various other delightfully colour material which enrich and enhance the pieces.

Please do get in contact should any of the below interest you, or if you are looking for something similar.

Showroom to Home Room!

NEW IN: An 18th-century, upholstered Louis XVI Bergère chair, having a mounded and fluted, stained beech show-wood frame. All measurements are approximate – H91cm, W70cm. Height of seat (inc. cushion) 55cm, depth of seat 52cm. Small repair to internal rear seat tacking rail.        

Willy the Dachshund finds it very comfortable!

Irish Tambour top mahogany desk

 Irish Tambour top mahogany desk, probably Dublin.

Measurements: HT41/ W34/ D24 inches approx.

Period: Circa 1820

George 1st/2nd carved walnut wing chair
George 1st/2nd carved walnut wing chair, upholstered in red silk damask

Measurements: 44 ½ inches/113cm, W 36½In/93cm, D 26In/66cm approx.; (maximum width of legs 9 inches).

Period: George 1st/2nd

American Antique Rocking Chair

American rocking chair original decoration, branded under the seat: Gage and Coals, Commercial St, Boston

Measurements: H 42½ inches/108cm, W 22In/56cm approx.

Period: Circa 1835

Scottish Carved Chippendale Mahogany Armchair

Scottish carved Chippendale period mahogany armchair with drop-in upholstered seat having an inverted thistle in the splat.

Measurements: Height overall 40 inches/102cm, W 24¼In/61½cm

Period: Circa 1775

A very small versatile George III rosewood davenport  height 80 cm width 37cm depth 48 cm seated on it's original brass box casters.

A late George III Regency period rosewood and boxwood strung sofa table with some box inlay, length 151cm. open, 92cm. closed,depth 64cm. x height74cm.

A fine late 18th century oval mahogany George III original lead-lined wine cooler on its original stand having four turned, tapered, reeded legs, ring-turned with styalized acanthus brass banded handles and original casters .Length 67 cm x depth 47cm x height 62 cm.

A small  George III rosewood banded, boxwood strung, fiddle back, mahogany breakfast table raised on a four splay stem with original brass box casters and catch.

Width 89cm. x length  120cm. x height 73cm.

A late 18th century continental carved gilt wood wall bracket, width 25cm.  x height 29cm. x depth 23cm.

A rare George III  break-front mahogany gentlemans press circa 1770 having the unusual feature of a full length door to the left side facing.

Height 224cm. x  Depth 58 cm. x Width 192cms

A Late 18th Century, George III, English, serpentine chest of drawers in the style of Gillows, veneered in West Indian satinwood. The top drawer having an internal brushing slide. The top lock is inscribed in ink E.S.Pierce, written we consider at the time of construction circa. 1785.

Width 114 cm (45") x Depth 62cm (24.5") x Height 84.5cm (33.25")


Shortly to be added to our list is a fine late 18th century, satin wood tambour topped cylinder desk. Finished as a free standing desk having candle slides on the side, the whole inlaid and banded in mahogany box and ebony with ivory nobs to the internal draws. Raised on brass box castors with brass ring handles to the draws, much of this piece is made of solid West Indian satin wood, the rest from mahogany beech and oak.