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An unusual side cabinet with 2 shelves over a cupboard base with spindles around three sides of the upper shelf, and of a very convenient size. The piece is mahogany under a grey/green paintwork. W 21" x D 15" x H 47" approx

Price £245.00    €278.44    $327.39

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Painted Side Cabinet
With its delicate proportions this elegant little cane seat arm chair, dating from around 1830, would be equally at home in either a reception or bed room. The beech frame, which still has traces of its origianl faux rosewood finish, is absolutely firm in all its joints and has not even the slightest hint of woodworm but the canework is pretty much on its last legs and will soon need replacing. An ideal project for someone to re-cane themselves or have it carried out professionally at just £100.

Price £100    €113.65    $133.63

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Elegant early 19th century cane seat arm chair
Vintage 1930s 2-seater Sofa of simple but elegant lines. Upholstery in lived in condition but still serviceable. Castors replaced. Overall dimensions c 5' long x 3' deep, the seat c15" high and very comfy!

Price £175.00    €198.89    $233.85

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1930's Vintage Sofa
Elegant mahogany pedestal sofa or occasional table of small proportions with two drawers and brass swan neck handles.

Price £265    €301.17    $354.12

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Small mahogany pedestal occasional or sofa table
An C18th Burr Walnut Secretaire chest with fall-front and 6 drawers under, standing on high bracket feet and with fitted interior, complete with secret drawers. Leather inset to writing surface. W 38" x D 18" x H 46"

Price £2100    €2386.65    $2806.23

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C18th Walnut Secretaire
Beaded and imitation 'tortoiseshell' evening bag. Difficult to date with absolute certainty but definitely prewar and most probably from late 1920s-early 1930s. This example is unusual in that it has obviously seen little use and remains in almost pristine condition both inside and out. The only blemish being slight bead loss on one fringe loop (visible in photo). Less sparkly than the majority of these bags its muted colours, if intended to be used, would harmonise with many outfits.

Price £65    €73.87    $86.86

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Beaded evening bag 1920s - 30s
Midwinter PORTOBELLO (shape) "Countryside" coffee set. Comprising coffee pot, sugar basin, creamer, milk jug, ten cups and ten saucers – plus one cup and two spare saucers. Designed by John Russell and in production from in 1966 to 1972. Transfer patterns of seeds and leaves in shades of brown. Excellent vintage condition – with just a small hairline crack to side of milk jug and very slight crazing of interior of sugar basin. W. R. Midwinter Ltd. was founded in 1910, becoming one of the largest potteries in England by the 1930's, with over 700 employees. However, it was in the post-War period under the direction of the founder's son, Roy Midwinter that they became one of the leading innovators in the design and production of kitchen and table ware, with the work of noted designers and ceramicists like Jessie Tait, John Russell, Terence Conran, Hugh Casson and Peter Stott.

Price £115    €130.70    $153.67

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Vintage (1960s) Midwinter coffee set.
A well painted Watercolour of "Whitby The White Yacht" inscribed to reverse FA Pickering 1914 It would benefit from a re-mount and framing

Price £75.00    €85.24    $100.22

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Watercolour FA Pickering, Whitby "The White Yacht"
Commodious walking stick and umbrella stand in pitch pine from the late Victorian/Edwardian period. 36 inches wide, 24 inches high and 11 inches deep. £225

Price £225    €255.71    $300.67

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Walking stick and umbrella stand
A delightful and really quite comfortable Windsor scroll back and with maker's 'signature' too. We've gone through Cotton's book on regional chairs but there isn't one like this on any of its 500 or so pages so consider it an unusual design. Some other dealers, one in particular that comes to mind, would treat you to a load of blather about it 'surviving from the zenith of the mid victorian period' - refer to it as 'she' and then list its defects as the icing on the cake of decrepitude before hitting you with a price that would leave any sane connoisseur of the antique reeling in disbelief. We on the other hand won't insult you. It is old - it shows signs of old repairs, knocks, scrapes and abrasions - it is however eminently useable (but not if you are too broad in the beam) - it is £195

Price £195    €221.62    $260.58

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Windsor scroll back arm chair circa 1850
This 'waterfall' bookcase is an eminently useful piece of furniture and on account of its size would would be equally at home in virtually any room of the house. It stands 154 cm high and it 80 cm wide. The bottom shelf is a generous 21 cm deep - this reducing in equal increments to the top shelf which is 12 cm deep. The sides are of mahogany whilst the shelves are of beech or a similar coloured wood the whole is finished in a light dusky blue that has rubbed through to the undercoat or even wood itself on some high spots.......£125

Price £125    €142.06    $167.04

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'Waterfall' bookcase
A US one sheet (27 by 41 inch) poster for the 1983 re-release of Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 classic starring Grace Kelly and James Stewart. This poster is over 30 years old and is in excellent condition with just regular mailing folds (nb - diagonal stripes are merely sunlight reflections) We also have - Topaz (1969 - Spanish lang one sheet) - £30 Under Capricorn (1949 - US one sheet) - £300 Torn Curtain (1969 - Spanish lang one sheet) - £40 The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956-1983rr US oner sheet) - £40 Family Plot ( 1976 - Spanish lang one sheet) - £40 Marnie (1964 - Spanish lang one sheet - trimmed) - £60 All prices include insured postage to a UK address and photos of additional posters can be emailed upon request

Price £40    €45.46    $53.45

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Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rear Window' movie poster