A very rare Sheraton Period Inlaid Mahogany Secretaire Reading Table now on display at Harvey's.
Always popular, a good George III Mahogany Tripod Table with a one-piece solid top dating from Ca, 1765
Fresh in this year is this great George III Mahogany and Rosewood crossbanded chest of drawers
Large Regency Mahogany bow ended sideboard raised on reeded legs, 7' wide and impressive quality. Terrific provenance available
So rare and useful , a real pair of George III Mahogany bedside cabinets.
Pretty and small George II Mahogany triple top tea and card table in untouched condition
A delightful pair of toleware decanter coasters decorated with gilt vines on a green background. These are 5.2" diameter each.
A very pretty pair of early 19th. century brass petal base taper sticks in an earlier traditional manner and only 4.5" high.
An attractive mid-19th. century Italian carved giltwood standard lamp probably converted from an oil lamp and now for use on a 240 volt electric circuit.
An early 19th. century Coalport porcelain deskpiece for four quills with four inkpots, holders and pounce pots made in about 1830
A good Victorian pierced brass fender 50" long (127 cms)
"The Prince's Bow". This 7 foot long caricature coloured engraving is incredibly rare and fully described on Harvey's website at www.wrharvey.com. It dates from 1788.
No:401R “Angler on the Bank of a Mountain River, with a Bridge and Mountains beyond.” Mid 19th. Century Oil on Canvas by John Brandon Smith signed in the bottom right hand corner. This is typical of his work and appears to be in Wales which would date this to the late 1860s or early 1870s. Ca.1870 Price :£ 6750-00p. Height:18” 46cms Width: 32” 82cms. Depth: 3” 7.5cms Overall:26” 66cms x 39” 100cms x3” 7.5cms.
A rare George III period mahogany collector's cabinet on stand the interior fitted with 14 mahogany drawers of various sizes
Beautiful small Chippendale period Mahogany chest of drawers with original handles and pull out brushing slide. The handles are the same as those used by Chippendale himself on the Padouk and Gilt Bookcase at Dumfries House. Ca. 1760
Late 18th. century Oak Churchwardens strong box with three locks so all 3 keyholders had to be present for this to be opened.