We handle a wide range of furniture throughout our sales covering many historical periods, from The William & Mary Period of the late 17th century, to 18th century Georgian pieces, to 19th century Regency, Victorian and Edwardian Periods, encompassing reproduction and more modern pieces. 

A fine exhibition quality Victorian walnut, amboyna and ormolu mounted dining table, sold for £18,500

A George III mahogany breakfront bookcase, sold for £8,000

A Howard and Sons walnut Chesterfield sofa, sold for £8,100

A late 17th century Portuguese ebony and gilt metal mounted Contador, sold for £2,500

A late 18th century Irish mahogany console table in the Neo-Classical taste, sold for £4,000

A pair of Howard and Sons mahogany armchairs, sold for £7,100

A pair of Regency mahogany and ebony lined side cabinets, attributed to Gillows, sold for £7,300

A William and Mary walnut escritoire, sold for £2,350

An 18th century yew, elm and ash Gothic Windsor Armchair, Thames Valley, sold for £4,300

An exceptionally large Scottish William IV oak and ebony inlaid circular dining table, sold for £22,000

An impressive Chinese dark wood console table, Qing Dynasty, sold for £19,500

An oak cupboard by Robert 'Mouseman' Thomson, sold for £3,200

The Cluny Table, A Regency rosewood octagonal top vitrine formerly in the Carnegie Family, sold for £13,100