A finely curated collection of storage and cupboards showcases items from over three centuries and from across Europe and beyond all selected to meet your storage needs.
H:109 x W:57 x D:28 cm
A diminutive useful size constructed in well figured timber with exotic foliate carved edges reeded tapered legs end in cast brass paw form feet,applied brass back plates to either side.
H:81 x W:59 x D:38 cm
A great example of 18c taste shape and decoration. Delightfully different, great size, and beautifully crafted. Would work so well in many settings.
H:91 x W:90 x D:47 cm
This modest chest with four drawers and panelled sides retains its warm depth of finish.
H:168 x W:86 x D:50 cm
This distinctive traditional narrow Irish mahogany chest features seven graduated drawers with old, but not original brasses. Some restoration to the bracket feet.
H:174 x W:171.5 x D:82 cm
This striking chest features two sliding doors above in the top section, with lower section drawers. It retains the distinguished original iron work.
H:86 x W:73 x D:37 cm
Overall parquetry, original moulded edge marble top.
H:74 x W:103 x D:63 cm
This chest has it all! Great size, mellow faded blue paint, aged brasses are not original - very good condition
H:164 x W:87 x D:42 cm
Bevelled mirror back above a drawer and two door cupboard. The lacquer panels are decorated with birds and blossoms.
H:220 x W:118 x D:60 cm
A stunning example features old cream and green painted surface, with fitted interior.
H:66 x W:72 x D:54 cm
This impressive near pair of sarcophagus form coolers (1820-1830) are fitted with the original liners and compartments, with large brass ring carrying handles. There is a slight difference in size.
H:210 x W:164 x D:68 cm
This finely made architectural form cabinet has ormolu mounts and incised gilt decoration delicately inlaid with griffins and other figures. Featuring the original lifting centre door, and stunning hand-polished finish. Minor losses to metal trim, and wear commensurate with age.