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Antique Late 19th Century Europe Victorian Cupboards
Delightful small Swedish cupboard cabinet, circa 1890. Off white lemon colored later paint, with bare pine interior. Single door opens to three shelves below which is a single draw...
Antique Late 19th Century Europe Victorian Armchairs
Well proportioned wing back armchair, circa 1890. Carved cabriole legs standing on ball and claw foot. H-frame stretcher. Upholstery getting a bit threadbare to the arms and faded...
Antique Late 19th Century China Chinese Export Cabinets
Good quality pair of Chinese Export hardwood cabinets, circa 1890. Both with double door glazed top section with single shelf, below which a double door cupboard with shelves (one w...
Antique Late 19th Century Sweden Victorian Side Tables
Swedish painted occasional table, circa 1890. Occasional table with many possibilities for uses. Single drawer to the front, standing on tapered legs. Later faded paint. Meas...
Antique Late 19th Century France Victorian Dining Room Tables
Stunning French walnut dining table, circa 1880. Rare table, made to showcase continental table design. Italian inspired carved trestle ends with scrolling supports and applied shel...
Antique Late 19th Century China Chinese Export Desks and Writing Tables
Chinese 19th century alter table, circa 1870. Comprising of three parts, two pedestals and top surface. Presented in black lacquer which has worn through. Now useful as a desk ...
Mid-20th Century Denmark Scandinavian Modern Sideboards
Good quality mid-1960s Danish teak sideboard or buffet. Three drawers in the top, one of which has been fitted with compartments and baize for cutlery. Below the drawers are a sing...
Early 20th Century Sweden Art Deco Side Tables
Art Deco birch occasional table, circa 1920. Circular top unusually standing on a four legged base. Golden birch veneers. Ideal for a side table or lamp or sofa table. Measures...
Antique Mid-17th Century Europe Gothic Blanket Chests
Large continental possibly Germanic carved oak coffer, circa 1640. Four arcaded panels to the front. Two with carving and the central two with traces of original painted decoration ...