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mid Victorian slipper chair with oak frame. although not the original its buttoned upholstery has a period lived in look - castors too have been replaced at some time. Chairs of this type, although originally designed to be used in the bed or dressing room by a lady to put on her stockings and footwear whilst dressing, are wonderfully comfortable and thus make an extremely useful addition to the household's compliment of seats. In fact one of our partners picked up his guitar and settled himself in this very chair the moment it came into the Tannery remarking that it was ideal for the musician!

Price £180    €203.00    $238.61

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Victorian Slipper Chair
Secretaire Bookcase from the latter part of George III's reign in attractively faded mahogany and standing upon its original bracket feet. Adjustable shelves to upper portion. Drawers lined with publishers' flyers: including one for G. W. Anderson's now rather valuable book relating the voyages of Captain Cook, which was published by Alex Hogg in 1786 - thus these linings were very likely pasted in when this piece was in its first bloom of youth, over 200 years ago. Unlike some similar secretaires, which tend towards the ungainly, this one is of trim dimensions with a width of just 45 inches, a depth (to the base) of 21 inches and a height of 84 inches.

Price £1100    €1240.58    $1458.16

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George III Secretaire Bookcase
Estate cupboard in pitch pine - 80 inches high, by 48 inches wide by 18 inches deep. Unrestored or repaired and just as we purchased it from old farm. Although sound and, as pitch pine almost always is, tot or worm free it does need so TLC unless you fancy it as it is - shabby. Has been cut in half vertically at some time (to get up or down a staircase most likely) but is perfectly usable as is: if you don't mind the evidence on the top rail above doors. The cornice has been roughly nailed back in place after this and is somewhat damaged. Would all respond to treatment however and - dare we say it - could be a good candidate for painting if you're not too keen on the pitch pine look. Does have its original lock and key by the way. Tons of margin in this for trade or private at just £195.

Price £195    €219.92    $258.49

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Pine estate cupboard
Pair of Stick-back chairs made by S. Snawdon of Yealmpton in c1880. The seat of one has had a small hole drilled through. These chairs are the ones photographed for Bernard Cotton's "The English Regional Chair"

Price £160.00    €180.45    $212.10

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Pair of Stick-back Chairs made in Yealmpton
Early 19th Century Ash and Elm Westcountry Farmhouse Kitchen Table with 2 frieze drawers and square tapered legs. The table has a glorious pale colour with traces of the original finish to the base and the silky touch of long use and wear to the top. There are a few traces of old worm and the legs have been tipped but otherwise in superb untouched condition, a rare find. 74" x 32" top 30.5" high

Price £1250    €1409.75    $1657.00

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Ash and Elm Farmhouse Kitchen Table
Large pine sea chest with original lifting handles and iron corner straps as well as a working lock with key.

Price £240    €270.67    $318.14

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Large pine sea chest
Late 19th century Pine Kitchen or Work Table with distressed paint base and waxed top. The 3 drawer table is very well made and the top straight grained and knot free timber. The legs are "cannon-barrel" turnings with square feet united by an "H" stretcher with distressed pale grey paintwork.

Price £625.00    €704.88    $828.50

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3 Drawer Pine Dining / Work Table
Good quality Victorian mahogany extending or 'wind out' dining table with its original extra leaf. Having a width of 42 inches it measures 51 inches long retracted and 72 inches extended with extra leaf fitted. Straight out of the farmhouse from which we bought it this spacious table is ready for immediate use as is providing you do not want a showpiece and is priced accordingly. Importantly its wind out carriage operates smoothly by means of its original handle and is entirely worm free (the beech sections of these are not always so). The (original and correct) extra leaf is of a somewhat darker colour than the rest of the table due to it normally being stored away from the light. The polish on the mahogany of the remainder, as you can see from the photos, is somewhat faded but if the whole was re French polished it would respond well if a richer reddish hue was desired. Castors are later replacements and although serving their purpose well a set of old or reproduction brass or brass and china ones would be more appropriate. Our price of £395 more than allows for it to be fitted with fresh castors and its cosmetic deffects to be remedied. On the other hand if it is acceptable to you 'as is' it represents an extraordinarily good table for a very reasonable price.

42 inches by 72 inches.

Price £395    €445.48    $523.61

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19th C extending mahogany dining table
Beautifully proportioned pine chest of 4 long drawers from the late 18th century.37 inches wide by 20 inches deep and 37 high

Price £525    €592.10    $695.94

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Georgian pine chest of drawers
Capacious Victorian stripped pine chest with brass drop handles - the desirable wide and low variety that fits so well under a window. 44 inches wide, 18 inches deep by 30 inches high.

Price £295    €332.70    $391.05

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Wide Victorian stripped pine chest 30 ins high
Small collectors chest in (painted) pine with six drawers. This came straight from a house that was built in the early 1930s and has been in the same family ever since. Each drawer has still has its contents assembled by the youngsters during the mid '30s and early years of the war. Contents almost wholly comprise of shells (these likely brought back from foreign parts by their father who was a seafarer) and coins. Coins are various nationalities but largely British (e.g. there is a 'run' of over 20 rather worn Victorian pennies) and date from the 1870s up until the early 1940s. Each drawer has a glass cover in rebate (one cracked). Please note that due to its charm we have left this entirely as found and the pine chest could of course be stripped and red handles replaced with dinkie brass knobs - also contents are undisturbed.

Price £145    €163.53    $192.21

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Small collectors chest with coins and shells
Victorian pine kitchen table with two drawers with original finish to base and bare wood top. although in its original finish this table has had a somewhat chequered history in that at some time, many moons ago, its top was extended by the insertion of an extra plank thus giving it an above average overhang. The top can be slid to gave abnormal overhang if required (as was in its tailors shop guise) or fixed centrally - this by screw blocks on the underside (now detached in order to render the top removable). If required this extra plank could be removed in order to return the table to its original format by the way. Top in present form measures 48 by 35 inches or if returned to original would be 48 by 26 1/2 inches. A characterful and useful piece of pine Victorian kitchenalia with a lot of patina for just £195

Price £195    €219.92    $258.49

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Victorian pine kitchen table