Peter Waals After Gimson Designs A Cotswold bed room suite consisting of:
Afour door finely matched figured quarter-sawn oak wardrobe with double raised fielded panels to each of the four doors and with double fluted chip carving to the frames with exposed dovetails to the base, feet and sides with 'nip' latch key handles to the doors, chamfered through tenons to the front of the plinth and lozenge carving to the front and the side of the plinth; hanging to one section of the inside and six sliding trays above a drawer with shaped grip handles to the other with cedar linings to the interior and panelled back, circa 1930, 179cm (70.5in) high, 182cm (71.5in) max wide, 61cm (24in) max deep.
A quarter-sawn oak dressing table with four faceted graduated drawers each side of a central drawer, all with carved 'nip' handles within oval scalloped dish, with double fluted chip carving to the frame on the front and carved chamfered frame to the faceted sides, with exposed through tenons to the stretchers of the base and panelled back, the top with lozenge carving to the edges and exposed wedge tenon construction to the top, circa 1930, 77cm (30.5in) high, 145cm (57in) wide, 61cm (24in) deep.
Am oak swing dressing table mirror with chamfered frame and sledge feet and double fluted chip carving to the frame of the shaped bevelled mirror, circa 1930, 61cm (24in) high, 66cm (26in) wide, 25.5cm (10in) deep.
An oak cheval mirror with chamfered frame on sledge feet and double fluted chip carving to the shaped bevelled swing mirror, circa 1930, 152.5cm (60in) high, 54cm.5cm (21.5in) wide, 43cm (17in) deep.
A pair of finely figured, quarter-sawn oak beds with shaped frame to the headboards and baseboard and arched, fielded, stepped panels, chip carved, to the chamfered frame, exposed tenon construction, on sledge feet, circa 1930, headboard 101cm (44in) high, baseboard 74cm (29in) high, headboard 98cm (38.5in) wide, plinth 104cm (41in) wide, external 204cm (80in) long, internal 194cm (76.5in) long.
A pair of oak bedside cupboards, each two tiers over cupboard with double raised fielded panel to the door and sides, on sledge feet, nip handles to the latch, chamfered columns to the moulded top and through tenon and dowel construction to the frame, circa 1930, 71cm (28in) high, 47cm (18.5in) wide and deep.