Furniture For Sale

Here is a list of current stock ready, or almost ready, for sale.

Other items are in stock but require work, but if interested, will be sold unrestored! These include, Windsor Chairs, Bureaux, Bookcases, Barometer, Longcase Clocks, 

Georgian Mahogany Pedestal Table. £200

Here is a Georgian pedestal table, of good colour and finish. The height is around 695mm, and the diameter is approximately 700mm. Please call for more photo’s or information.

 

Georgian Mahogany Card Table. Now sold, replacement fabric being fitted.

Shown here undergoing a little tidy! Call for details, or try an offer! Hoping to have it ready for March events! Yes it’s done now! Retains the cloth interior, but the overall finish is pretty good I think, here it is. Viewing recommended.

Play your cards right and this could be yours after a game and a shared glass of pop!

 

Georgian Mahogany Corner Table. Now Sold!

This corner table, with storage under the main flap is of good colour and grain. The storage is lockable.

Old repairs enhance the charm of this item and it can be viewed by calling me on 07977 936 882. The height is 708mm, the top when open forms a square of 630mm.

Mahogany Longcase Clock. Offers around £250 please.

Made in Dublin, around 1863, the makers had premises there. Haiz & Isele.

Wooden movement in the Black Forest style, in a local (Dublin), case. I have recently waxed and buffed the case (it has great colour and timber), and very soon the movement will be put back into the case once regulated and keeping reasonable time.

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Please ask for details, sizes, condition report, or make an offer, call on 07977 936 882 for details and to arrange viewing, Thanks!

Oxford Windsor Armchair by Stephen Hazell. £105

Nineteenth Century armchair signed S. Hazell. Recently tidied by myself, and I hope that you agree the colour for this chair is very attractive. Here the photographs show better than my words! Please ask for a viewing on this any any of my items, thanks. Asking price £105. Offers invited, as always!

 

 

Georgian Mahogany Card Table. Now sold, replacement fabric being fitted!

Shown here undergoing a little tidy! Call for details, or try an offer! Hoping to have it ready for March events! Yes it’s done now! Retains the cloth interior, but the overall finish is pretty good I think, here it is. Viewing recommended. These photo’s do not show the castors, which must have been hiding in the carpet!

Play your cards right and this could be yours after a game and a shared glass of pop!

 

 

 

 

Georgian Mahogany Chest of Drawers. (Re-homed!)

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Now ready is this fine Georgian Mahogany Chest of Drawers, having four full width drawers of  graduated depths. The panel back and underneath are real treats to see from a cabinetmakers point of view as it shows a sign of good quality. Remedial waxing has been done on one end, and the original locks refitted, as I did remove them as I aim to refit them with an attractive working key if possible, but it does appear they haven’t been working for some time.

Hope you like it, the measurements are 1000mm wide, 483mm deep, and 737mm high. This has now gone to a home where it is being enjoyed every day, and I have the maintenance contract on it, so I can wax and buff it twice a year if I’m reminded!

 

 

Early Georgian Walnut Chair. £150

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Here is a fine walnut chair, just taken the photo in the dappled light, and it makes the Walnut so fabulous a colour. I do have a second one of these, but it really does need significant repair, it’s been on my to do list for ages, but this one is ready to go! Still an attractive but delicate chair, I use it every day,as it’s in my study, but I do respect it, it’s older than most of my chairs, but the Windsors are the most comfy in my opinion! Offers if you are interested, I have too many chairs, so you start the bidding around £150!.

Hope you like it!

 

 

 

Oak Arched Door Cabinet with Drawer. £400

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Here I have an oak cabinet with drawer above two doors forming an arch. The interior having a single shelf, with unusual cut outs on one side, perhaps for bootjacks or wine bottles? There are lovely old keys for the door and drawer locks.

The measurements are (approximately!).

Height: 895mm (35 1/2″) Width: 657mm (25 13/16″) Depth: 360mm (14 1/4″). Offers around £400 please!

Oak Longcase Clock.

I am pleased top say that colleagues in Banbury are happy to have this clock in their shop. Viewings are in normal shop hours and its very near to the Market Square. Here is their website…………https://antiquemodernmix.co.uk/

Pop in and see Charlotte or Sof and I’m sure they will help you. Whilst I was in today several clients bought items and lots of the wall was painted, making the shop look more interesting.banbury shop clock

Here is a square brass dial clock, signed “Geo Jackson, Gainsboro”. 

Good colour and patina, some remedial replacements needed on the hood where the mouldings have been over dusted, and broken the wooden teeth! The lower later additional moulding been on a while, but would benefit from some improving, seems over engineered to me!

Cutting a key for the trunk door this week, and here is the dial, just before I add it to the clock case for regulating. Not the best of photo’s, but it has a nice feel to it I think.

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This is the clock, just waiting  for a few remedial improvements to the case. A few small areas on the case and hood need attention, but it’s available now, just ask and I hope to add better photos later today! Its got a good solid tock and a great bell sound too. 

 

Georgian Mahogany Pie Crust Table.

Currently undergoing restoration, and in no rush until the price of furniture picks up! Here is a fabulous table, being of delicious colour, the base, photographs taken early June, this is something which I am enjoying doing and can be viewed at any time, I am hoping to have it finished for Christmas 2020,  as there are more important things to do at the moment. The finish being built up is just layers of wax, this item was very dark when I got it, and no grain could be seen on most of the base, but I will not be using any shellac on the base whatsoever, and the wood is starting to show its fabulous colour. When I start the top, I shall photograph that too!

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Mahogany Banjo Barometer. £160

According to one antiques magazine I have just read, I am underselling this as it should be at least £500! But! It’s here for less than half of that! Yes £160 will bag this, how’s that for high pressure selling! Oh yes, and I have more barometers too, please ask as they undergoing work. I even have one with the name tag “Mafia!”

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Ash & Elm Windsor Armchair. Offers around £135 please.

Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, having several old repairs always adds to the character of Windsor chairs, this is also of good colour, and very sturdy. Could be in your kitchen for around £135, and it looks better now I’ve waxed it and lots of elbow grease applied! It’s used most days as it’s at home. 

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Mahogany Bureau. £850

A real weighty piece, and researching through some old books the other day I saw a bureau bookcase with a similar lower section to this and was described as being “In the style of William Kent”. If only someone else saw that in this! This is still for sale, ask for a price, it could be close to what you offer, I’d like more, but would love it to go to a good home for £850!

height 1035mm, width 1055mm, and depth 530mm.

 

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Mahogany Longcase Clock. Offers around £250 please.

Made in Dublin, around 1863, the makers had premises there. Haiz & Isele.

Wooden movement in the Black Forest style, in a local case.

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Gilt Mirror, Triple Framed.

Here is a triple framed gilt mirror, 53″ by 28″ and it will be going to Bibury on May 7th, interested, pop by and make an offer, I would like to get £250 for it, and yes, I have re-glued the missing moulding back on it, just noticed it in the picture!

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