George III Mahogany Corner Chest Of Drawers
A George III mahogany corner chest, standing on a plinth base. The chest consists of four long graduated drawers, wood knob handles and the original escutcheons (locks but no key). This chest was obviously a bespoke piece in years gone by, made to fit an odd corner angle. The chest has recently been readapted to fit a right angle and veneered on the top.
Georgian Tripod Table
A Georgian tripod table (replaced top) standing on a triform base, and short feet. The reeded top is supported by turned, tapered twist column.
George IV Chest Of Drawers
A George IV mahogany chest of drawers, standing on splayed legs. The moulded top above three short drawers, over three long graduated drawers, all fitted with locks (no key). Replaced handles and original escutcheons.
Georgian Chest Of Drawers
A Georgian chest of drawers (early 19th Century) of bowed form. It has two short drawers over three long graduated drawers, flanked by pilasters. The drawers having replaced brass drop handles locks fitted but no key, together with a shaped apron and splayed feet.
Georgian Mahogany Chest On Chest
Chest on chest circa 1840, standing on ogee feet. The top section having dentil moulding with canted and reeded corners, also having two short drawers over three long graduated drawers. The base having a brushing slide above three long graduated drawers. All drawers are oak lined with replaced handles, original escutcheons, locks (one missing to bottom drawer) no keys.
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