Furniture, Rugs and Mirrors

An impressive Regency style mahogany and gilt dining table - Sold for £1,850

A brown leather upholstered porter's chair - Sold for £1,550

An 18th century carved pine and gilt gesso framed wall mirror, with a broken arch pediment and scrolled cresting, 122 x 70cm overall - Sold for £2,300

A George II Irish mahogany folding card table, the top lifting to reveal a baize interior, the frieze with shaped apron, standing on cabriole legs, the knees carved with acanthus leaf, above carved paw feet, stamped Ld Rolsmore to the underside, 81cm, accompanied with a newspaper cutting relating to a terrorist attack by the Republican Action Force to the property of Lord Rolsmore - Sold for £4,900

A pair of large George I style wing armchairs, upholstered in brown leather, with button backs, on square legs - Sold for £1,550

A 19th century ebonised chiffonier, inset with Chinese famille verte panels - Sold for £45,800

An unusual early 19th century carved, ebonised and gilt decorated day bed, of stylised shell shape, with a cane seat, on lions paw feet, with loose cushions, 165cm - Sold for £9,200

An 18th century walnut and feather banded chest on stand, containing two short over three long drawers, the stand containing a pair of short drawers, on turned legs, 100cm - Sold for £800

A brown leather upholstered Chesterfield sofa, with a buttoned seat and back, 211cm - Sold for £700

An early 20th century Louis Vuitton vintage leather and wooden bound canvas Damier Ebene cabin trunk, fitted with a lift out tray, paper label to the interior, 86cm - Sold for £11,200

A green leather upholstered wing armchair, with a button seat, on square moulded legs - Sold for £420

A 19th century teak, ebony and horn strung military campaign chest, in two parts, containing two short over three long drawers, flanked by brass carrying handles, on paw feet, 101cm - Sold for £1,700

An early 20th century leather and brass studded Louis Vuitton lady's cabin trunk, circa 1903, of rectangular shape with a hinged lid and fitted interior with lift out tray, inscribed with initials C.R.W. and numbered 126937, label inside and stamped to the locks, BtSGBT, patent, A Rue Scribe, Paris, Louis Vuitton, 149 New Bond Street, 90cm, accompanied by a letter from Louis Vuitton, Malletier A Paris, dating the production of this actual trunk sold on May 15th 1903. Sold for £7,000

A French style green painted and parcel gilt chest, relief decorated with wreaths, containing two long drawers, on turned legs, 121cm - Sold for £1,500

A 19th century pollard oak occasional table, on a fluted column and tripod base, 74cm - Sold for £1,950

An ornate 18th century carved pine and gilt gesso bijouterie table, the hinged lid with an egg and dart border, on a scrolled base and cabriole legs, 97cm - Sold for £1,400

A Regency mahogany single cane invalid chair, with red leather upholstered seat, by J. Ward of Leicesters of London, the brass wheel hubs stamped with 'Ward, Leicesters of London' - Sold for £420

A 19th century mahogany serpentine chest, fitted with a brushing slide, over four long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, 115cm - Sold for £650

An ornate 18th century carved pine and gilt gesso bijouterie table, the hinged lid with an egg and dart border, on a scrolled base and cabriole legs, 97cm - Sold for £1,400

A Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson of Kilburn light oak coffee table, with an adzed rectangular top, on a trestle base, 90cm - Sold for £550

A Regency hardwood davenport, of plain square shape, with a hinged sloping writing surface, stamped Giles & Edward, 134 Oxford Street, London, 31742, 48cm - Sold for £680

A Georgian style leather upholstered library armchair, on square moulded legs, together with a matching footstool - Sold for £500

A 19th century French rosewood and parcel gilt marble top credenza, enclosed by three arched mirror doors, on turned brass feet, 170cm - Sold for £1,650

A 19th century mahogany collector's cabinet, fitted with two rows of eleven rosewood crossbanded alphabetically labelled drawers, each with a glazed removable tray, on a plinth base, 88cm - Sold for £480

A George III style mahogany and striped upholstered camel back settee, standing on four square legs, retailed by Bright's of Nettlebed, 230cm - Sold for £520

A Regency mahogany window seat, with scrolled ends, on turned legs, 142cm - Sold for £520

A Morris & Co. mahogany occasional table, of canted square shape, on octagonal legs united by an undertier and shaped stretcher, 60cm, accompanied by Specimens of Furniture and Interior Decoration, Morris and Company, Hanover Square, London, plate 372, featuring the table with original bill of receipt dated 1898 for 3/10 and a photograph of the table in situ in an interior next to H.M. Marshall Esq circa 1900 - Sold for £580

A William and Mary oyster laburnum and yew wood chest on stand, the cushion drawer above two short and three long graduated drawers, the later stand containing three short drawers, on turned legs, 95cm - Sold for £1,350

A pair of large 1920's heavily carved dark oak and red upholstered armchairs, with gadrooned and acanthus carved decoration, on lion's paw feet and castors - Sold for £1,750

A 19th century satinwood and brass mounted side cabinet, fitted with shelves and enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, on a plinth base, 92cm - Sold for £700

A brown leather upholstered button back Chesterfield sofa, with a button seat and back, 218cm - Sold for £720

A Victorian amboyna credenza, having a mirrored gallery back, enclosed by four brass mounted doors, with silk inserts, on a plinth base, 183cm - Sold for £920

A late 19th century Chinese heavily carved hardwood desk, the shaped back carved in relief with two dragons, containing a pair of frieze drawers, on carved cabriole legs, 105cm - Sold for £620

A George II burr elm bureau, with a fitted interior, enclosed by a hinged sloping fall, on bracket feet, 94cm - Sold for £1,400

An 18th century continental fruitwood cabinet on stand, of Jacobean style, containing two rows of four drawers, enclosed by a pair of geometric moulded doors, on a turned stand, united by shaped stretchers, 98cm - Sold for £620

A Victorian pollard oak and ebonised snooker/billiards score board and ball rack, by Orme & Sons, Manchester, stamped to the top and numbered 21241, 97cm wide - Sold for £400

A 19th century unusual continental wingback armchair - Sold for £580

A Regency ebonised and parcel gilt framed convex wall mirror, with a reeded slip and stiff leaf surround, 67cm diameter - Sold for £480

A 19th century heavily carved dark oak centre table, of canted rectangular shape, with a single frieze drawer, on cup and covers supports, with dolphin terminals, on castors, 141cm - Sold for £1,500

A pair of mid 20th century white painted cast iron 'Bilston' garden chairs, designed by Edward Bawden, 1903-1989, each with a geometric back and slatted wooden seat, 56cm wide These chairs were advertised in 1956 as being a new design by Bawden, manufactured at the Bilston Foundries Limited, in Staffordshire. According to the family this particular pair were a gift from Randolph Churchill - Sold for £1,200

An unusual 19th century Indian rosewood and marquetry mirror back sideboard, having mother of pearl decoration throughout, with a shaped gallery top and a central inscription, on turned legs, 122cm - Sold for £1,600

An 18th century fruitwood refectory table, the two plank top on four chamfered square legs, united by stretchers, 275 x 65cm - Sold for £3,100

A set of fourteen carved oak dining chairs, by Edwards and Roberts, to include two carvers - Sold for £1,700

An early 20th century black lacquered and chinoiserie decorated partners pedestal desk, the top inset with a tan leather writing surface, 183 x 120cm - Sold for £1,350

An 18th century oak dresser, the plate rack above an arrangement of secret locking drawers and cupboards, 173cm - Sold for £2,900

A late Regency mahogany and grey upholstered scroll end sofa, having a carved back, on turned legs, 196cm - Sold for £1,050

A George III oak bacon settle, of curved shape, fitted with cupboards and drawers below, 178cm wide and 210cm high - Sold for £920

A William IV mahogany cylinder estate desk, of large proportions, the top inset with a brass plaque bearing the name Charles Sanders and an elephant's head, the front lifting to reveal an arrangement of drawers and pigeonholes above a green leather inset writing surface, the kneehole containing cupboard doors flanked by pedestals containing an arrangement of eight drawers, the reverse with cupboard doors, on a plinth base, 140cm The elephant crest can be found in the coat of arms for parts of t

A large 19th century black forest antler framed wall mirror, of rectangular shape, surmounted by a deer mask cresting, 200 x 90cm - Sold for £1,000

A set of eight Victorian carved oak and red leather upholstered dining chairs, to include two carvers - Sold for £880

A set of eight Regency mahogany bar back dining chairs, to include a pair of carvers - Sold for £780

A George III mahogany coopered and brass bound wine cooler, on a splayed base, 67cm - Sold for £750

An early 20th century rosewood continental harp, numbered 1063, 181cm tall, in a fitted case - Sold for £1,450

A Victorian figured walnut davenport, 72cm - Sold for £320

An early 19th century mahogany and cream upholstered scroll end sofa, 213cm - Sold for £340

An Arts and Crafts oak and tiled mirror back hallstand, by Shapland & Petter, no.163, 70cm - Sold for £340

An oak Arts and Crafts dressing chest, with copper roundels, by Shapland and Petter, 111cm - Sold for £290

A 1960's Danish teak lounger, stamped Getama Gedsted, 123cm, together with a matching footstool - Sold for £1,750

A Regency oak wine cooler, 68cm - Sold for £340

A George III mahogany gentleman's writing table, containing a fitted baize lined frieze drawer and opposing pen drawer, on square legs, 90cm - Sold for £580

A carved mahogany four poster kingsize double bed, by And So To Bed, with silk fabric curtains, 186cm - Sold for £3,000

An early 19th century oak and mahogany breakfront dresser, 173cm - Sold for £850

An Arts and Crafts oak and lead glazed standing corner cabinet, by Liberty of London, 87cm - Sold for £680

A 17th century style oak refectory table, 212cm, together with a set of eight similar red upholstered oak dining chairs, to include a pair of carvers - Sold for £1,750

An ornate late 19th century Chinese carved rosewood open bookshelf, 78cm - Sold for £2,000

An Art Deco rosewood, walnut and maple kneehole desk by M. Jensen, Denmark, with open shelves to the reverse, 132cm - Sold for £580

A 19th century green upholstered carved mahogany scroll end sofa, 236cm - Sold for £320

A George III floral upholstered barrel back armchair, on turned legs and castors - Sold for £900

An early 20th century Queen Anne style walnut and cream upholstered sofa, 144cm - Sold for £290

An Ercol light elm extending dining table, 220 x 83cm, together with a set of six matching dining chairs, to include two carvers - Sold for £580

A George III mahogany tray top commode, with a gallery top, enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, on square moulded legs, 60cm - Sold for £550

A George III D end dining table, having a drop leaf central section and additional leaf, on square moulded legs, 295 x 120cm overall - Sold for £650

A pair of early 20th century green leather upholstered wing back armchairs - Sold for £400

A Frank Hudson Ltd oak and walnut double sleigh bedstead, 164cm - Sold for £780

A Victorian carved oak pulpit, 170cm tall - Sold for £620

A large Regency mahogany linen press, fitted with slides, on swept bracket feet, 133cm - Sold for £620

A Regency carved mahogany and green leather upholstered library armchair, with a button back and scrolled arms, on turned and fluted legs, terminating in brass castors - Sold for £580

A George III satinwood, crossbanded and ebony strung pembroke table, of small proportions, with a hinged oval top, on square tapered legs, 40cm - Sold for £380

A 19th century Dutch heavily carved oak box settle, with a rising seat and panelled back decorated with scenes of figures checking corn samples tavern scenes, 156cm - Sold for £920

An early 20th century carved walnut and floral upholstered five piece suite, of Queen Anne design, comprising a two seater sofa and four armchairs - Sold for £1,700

An impressive late 19th century oak and polychrome painted Aesthetic side cabinet, of large proportions, in the manner of Daniel Cottier, 1837-1891, having a stepped castellated top and quatrefoil pierced sides, the upper section painted with panels of fruit, the base with Gothic panels decorated with waterfowl, 200cm - Sold for £1,400

An Edwardian floral upholstered two seater sofa, by Howard and Sons, of concave shape on square tapered legs, terminating in brass cappings and castors, stamped Howard Chairs, 48 St. Audley Street, London and numbered 969, bearing a label for Lenygon and Morant Ltd, 180cm - Sold for £4,400

A Victorian heavily carved dark oak pedestal desk, with a gallery back, 150cm - Sold for £700

A 19th century French satinwood and parcel gilt Egyptian revival side cabinet, fitted with shelves and enclosed by a pair of silk lined brass grille doors, flanked by herms, on a plinth base, 95cm - Sold for £1,850

An Edwardian floral upholstered armchair, by Howard and Sons, on square tapered legs terminating in brass cappings and castors, stamped Howard Chairs, 48 St. Audley street, London, and numbered 969, bearing a label for Lenygon and Morant Ltd - Sold for £1,350

A good Victorian rosewood, bone inlaid and satinwood strung envelope card table, on a quadruped base and castors, 55cm - Sold for £720

An 18th century mahogany tray top pot cupboard, with a pierced gallery, enclosed by a hinged door, on turned legs and pad feet, 57cm - Sold for £620

A pair of Regency rosewood occasional tables, each of rectangular shape, on a reeded column and triform platform base, 43cm - Sold for £680

An 18th century Irish carved mahogany folding tea table, with a hinged rectangular top, the undulating frieze centred by a shell, on acanthus carved cabriole legs, terminating in paw feet, 86cm - Sold for £2,400

An 18th century oak dresser base, the gallery back containing five short spice drawers, the base containing three short drawers, above a shaped apron, on cabriole legs, 198cm - Sold for £280

A set of eight William IV carved mahogany dining chairs, each having a bar back and drop in seat, on turned legs, to include a pair of carvers (8) - Sold for £300

A George III mahogany chest, containing two short, over three long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, 114cm - Sold for £300

A good quality 19th century mahogany and inlaid linen press, with satinwood floral decoration, fitted with slides and containing drawers below, 126cm - Sold for £330

A George III mahogany and satinwood crossbanded folding card table, with a hinged breakfront top, on turned legs, 94cm - Sold for £340

An early 20th century Chinese rosewood standard lamp, with original silk shade, 173cm high - Sold for £340

A 19th century burr walnut and gilt metal mounted kidney shaped writing desk, containing a frieze drawer, on cabriole legs, 105cm - Sold for £340

A 19th century French mahogany chest, containing six long drawers, standing on turned feet, 108cm - Sold for £350

A pair of early 20th century bronze table lamps, each of slender reeded form, with a Corinthian capital, on a circular foot, 70cm high - Sold for £380

A William IV rosewood D shaped folding card table, on a fluted column and platform base, terminating in paw feet, 91cm - Sold for £380

A Georgian style brown leather upholstered wing armchair, with a buttoned back and seat, on square moulded legs - Sold for £380

A George III mahogany and brass bound wine cooler, of octagonal shape, with a hinged lid, on a splayed base, 45cm - Sold for £400

A blue upholstered wing armchair, on square legs - Sold for £420

A pair of large Georgian style green upholstered wing back armchairs, with scrolled arms, on carved cabriole legs - Sold for £420

A Chinese red lacquered cabinet, the cornice ornately carved with a dragon above an arrangement of shelves and cupboards, the base carved with a dragon's mask, standing on cabriole legs, 111cm - Sold for £440

An early 18th century oak chest, of small proportions, containing three long drawers, on bun feet, 69cm - Sold for £550

A harlequin set of six 19th century elm seated Windsor style armchairs, on turned legs - Sold for £550

An Arts and Crafts brass standard lamp, by W.A.S. Benson, with a reeded column and stylised leaf supports and brass reservoir, stamped BENSON, 139cm high - Sold for £520

An Indian woollen carpet, with all over medallions, within multiple borders, on a red ground, 434 x 309cm - Sold for £500

A George III mahogany linen press, the upper section fitted with slides and enclosed by a pair of rosewood banded panelled doors, with drawers below, on bracket feet, 131cm - Sold for £500

A Chinese red lacquered and gilt wedding cabinet, decorated with butterflies, 116cm - Sold for £480

A Victorian inlaid walnut breakfront credenza, with ormolu mounts and satinwood inlay, 183cm - Sold for £460

A 19th century style French rosewood and marquetry vitrine, with gilt metal mounts and a marble top, fitted with glass shelves, on cabriole legs, 63cm - Sold for £800

A George III oak bacon settle, of curved shape, fitted with cupboards and drawers below, 178cm wide and 210cm high - Sold for £920