Category Archives: B & I Furniture – General

Campaign Style Mini Chest

PRESENTING A GORGEOUS and beautifully proportioned Campaign Style Mini Chest. Late 19th Century, circa 1890, probably made in Colonial India. Perfect as a side table for a sofa or just for use as a side cabinet for storage. 5 Drawers, each banded with brass in the Campaign furniture style. The top has a central brass…

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Pair of British Library Chairs with Lions Heads

PRESENTING A GORGEOUS Pair of British Library Chairs with Lions Heads. Late 19th or very early 20th Century, circa 1890 -1910. Beautiful reclining pair of chairs. Each armrest consisting of a barley twist support and ending in a lions head with really nice natural patina. The back of each chair leans at a 45 degree…

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18C Welsh Dresser

PRESENTING a STUNNING example of an 18th Century Welsh Dresser from circa 1790. The patina to this piece is simply gorgeous. Made of elm and sycamore it has glorious natural patina of over 200 years of use and wax. Georgian … George III Era. A beautiful Regency style pelmet with indented molding. A hand-carved and…

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Pair of Chinese Chippendale Style Tea Tables

PRESENTING a LOVELY Pair of Chinese Chippendale Style Tea Tables. Made in Britain of mahogany circa 1920. A matching pair. The top gallery edged with a fretwork panel on all sides. Each has a sliding shelf for resting a cup or glass. Fretwork center gallery on 4 tripod bamboo style legs ending in padded feet.…

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English Oak Renaissance Revival Cabinet

PRESENTING a REALLY NICE example of an Early 20th Century English Oak Renaissance Revival Cabinet, all hand-carved. Probably made circa 1900 of English Oak. Hand-carved fan effect under the top shelf. Hand carved acanthus baluster pillars flanking a shelf and single carved door to the top. 2 Central drawers with hand-carved flowing floral effect and…

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Early 19C T. Dodd & Sons London Harp

PRESENTING A GORGEOUS early 19th Century Harp by Thomas Dodd & Sons of 3 Berners Street, London from circa 1820-30. STUNNING Neo-classical gilt mounts and inlay to head and base. Made of satinwood with gilt stringing. Solid brass to the stringing plate. Fully marked an engraved for the maker on the brass plate : “T.…

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Pair of Leather Chesterfield Queen Ann Style Wing Back Armchairs

Pair of Leather Chesterfield Queen Ann Style Wing Back Armchairs. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS mid to late 20th Pair of Leather Chesterfield Queen Ann Style Wing Back Armchairs. From circa 1960-80 these chairs are in the classic Queen Anne style with gorgeous mahogany turned feet. They are completely covered in green leather and the back of…

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Early 19C William IV Mahogany Partners Desk

Early 19C William IV Mahogany Partners Desk. PRESENTING A BEAUTIFUL British Flame Mahogany and tooled leather Partners Desk…..Regency William IV period…..circa 1835. Lovely neat¬†proportions……..perfect for a home study, library or den!! Neat and tidy……not fussy or over-complicated, unlike later Victorian pieces…..elegant simplicity !! Front side has one central double drawer with 2 pillars, each with…

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18C British Mahogany Pie Crust Tilt-top Tea Table

18C British Mahogany Pie Crust Tilt-top Tea Table. PRESENTING AN ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 18th Century…..George III………English Mahogany Pie Crust Tilt-top Tea Table. The natural Patina on this table is simply lovely. Made circa 1760-1780….beautifully hand carved. The table top consists of one piece of mahogany with a gorgeous original pie crust edging. It sits on a…

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Pair of 17C English Oak Cabinet Doors

Pair of 17C English Oak Cabinet Doors. ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS Pair of 17th Century…..Renaissance ………English Oak Cabinet Doors. The natural Patina on these doors is simply STUNNING. They have the original iron hardware attached save one strrap that is missing. These are English provincial pieces. Constructed circa 1625….beautifully hand carved. They were probably the doors belonging…

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