An oak Cotswold School Arts & Crafts cabinet with cupboard over three drawers of dovetail construction, turned wood knobs to the cupboard doors and drawers, moulded chamfered panelling to the top and doors, carved chevrons to the top corners and stepped brackets to the feet, circa 1935, 130cm (51.25in) high, 79cm (31.5in) wide, 47.5cm (18.75in) deep.
Two books with Talwin Morris covers, 'What Katy Did' and published by Blackie & Son Ltd Lamb's 'Tales fro Shakespeare', circa 1900 View full product details
A yew wood octagonal plinth side table on stepped base monogrammed 'PW', the octagonal top of white pietra dura marble with stepped edge and marble... View full product details
A Betty Joel Australian walnut Modernist bookcase/display cabinet, cross-banding to the overhang to the top, one drawer over cupboard, short drawer with asymmetric arrangement of... View full product details
An oak tray profusely carved with Celtic, entrellac patterns, Iona School, circa 1910, 65cm (25.5in) x 43cm (17in) View full product details