Category Archives: B & I Furniture – General

Late 19C Victorian Rococco Revival Brass Fire Fender

Late 19C Victorian Rococco Revival Brass Fire Fender. Nice Late 19th Century brass fire fender……circa 1895…..in classic Victorian style. British. Nicely cast with scrolling ends and central fretwork with acanthus leaves. Two bars on either end for resting fire irons etc. Nice patina consistent with age. Late 19C Victorian Rococco Revival Brass Fire Fender. FIREPLACES:…

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19C British Provincial Oak Bureau Desk

19C British Provincial Oak Bureau Desk. NICE simple 19th Century …… circa 1880…..British Oak Provincial Secretaire or Bureau Desk. Carved acanthus leaf pelmet with upper shelf. Front has a simple cartouche carving and opens downwards to reveal a simple writing slope with storage space. The base consists of 2 open shelves. LOVELY RUSTIC piece !!!…

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19C British Provincial Oak Boot Pull

19C British Provincial Oak Boot Pull. GORGEOUS AND RARE !!! This is an early 19th Century…..circa 1820……provincial oak boot pull. Made in Britain. Now you may ask…..what is a “Boot-Pull” ???? Back in the 18th and 19th Centuries (an even today) Country Gentlemen who engage in their weekend pastime of ‘The Hunt”……Hunting Boots are notoriously…

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19C Provincial Oak Hall Stand with Arts and Crafts Copper and Brass Mirror

19C Provincial Oak Hall Stand with Arts and Crafts Copper and Brass Mirror. ANOTHER GORGEOUS RUSTIC PIECE !! This is a Late 19th Century…..circa 1895…..British provincial oak hallstand. The stand is simple in form……with a high plain back with 6 original copper coat hooks. The stand doubles up as a seat with a lift up seat…

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19C Anglo Indian Vizagapatam Gentleman’s Casket or Necessaire

19C Anglo Indian Vizagapatam Gentleman’s Casket or Necessaire GORGEOUS AND RARE early 19th Century…..circa 1810……Gentleman’s Jewelry Casket or Necessaire. Made in Vizagapatam, India. Made of Sandalwood with bone/faux ivory and ebony banding. The banding is hand-painted in floral designs using lac ink (made from ground beetles). The Casket/Box opens to reveal a heavily painted bone/faux…

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18C Anglo Indian Vizagapatam Casket – EXCEPTIONAL AND RARE

18C Anglo Indian Vizagapatam Casket. GORGEOUS AND RARE late 18th Century…..circa 1780…..Anglo-Indian lidded casket. Made in Vizagapatam, India……..sandalwood casket with bone/faux ivory edging and banding. The banding is hand decorated with lac ink (indelible ink made from ground beetles) in floral patterns. The lid lifts to reveal and casket for storage of jewelry or valuable…

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Pair of Decorative Floral Wall Sconces or Shelves

Pair of Decorative Floral Wall Sconces or Shelves. Nice pair of wall sconces or shelves for display of vases etc. 20th Century……simulating carved wood but made of molded resin. Very decorative !! Pair of Decorative Floral Wall Sconces or Shelves. In architecture, an ornament may be carved into stone or wood to resemble leaves from…

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Late 18C Regency Gothic Revival Linen or Vestment Press

Late 18C Regency Gothic Revival Linen or Vestment Press ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS AND IMPORTANT late 18th Century Gothic Revival Linen or Vestment Press. This piece hails from circa 1780…….early Gothic Revival……REGENCY GOTHIC REVIVAL ERA……certainly not Victorian !!! Late 18C Regency Gothic Revival Linen or Vestment Press. Gothic Revival (also referred to as Victorian Gothic, Neo-Gothic or…

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Early 20C Mahogany Barristers 5 Door Bookcase

Early 20C Mahogany Barristers 5 Door Bookcase. GORGEOUS Early 20th Century…….circa 1910…….Barrister’s Bookcase. Probably British but purchased privately in Ireland. Made entirely of the best mahogany………nothing but the best for us lawyers !!! LOL The barrister bookcase is a traditional shelving unit that is distinguished by a clear glass front. Originating in Great Britain, this…

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Early 19C British Mahogany Gothic Revival Wardrobe with central chest of drawers

Early 19C British Mahogany Gothic Revival Wardrobe. BEAUTIFUL Early 19th Century……circa 1830 ….. William IV Period ……mahogany Regency Gothic Revival Wardrobe or Armoire or Linen Press with central mirrored tabernacle and 5 drawer chest of drawers. The best way to describe it is as a recessed breakfront wardrobe.   Gothic Revival (also referred to as…

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