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This pretty little pewter teapot, manufactured by Richard Parkin & Son in Sheffield, England would look lovely gracing the tea tray or just as an ornament in your kitchen. It has two minor dents but considering it’s just short of one hundred years old this is to be expected. It has a lovely shape with some some pretty relief work on it.
Even if you are not a tea drinker this beautifully engraved ornate teapot would convert you. It was presented to a Miss Ebsworth in 1898 as a gift and is engraved with this information making it a really special and unique item. If only this teapot could speak it would have 120 years worth of tea time stories to tell.
This beautiful solid walnut Davenport commenced life as a writing desk nearly one hundred and forty years ago but as nobody writes much anymore it could easily now be used as a laptop desk for instance. The cupboard and lidded compartments provide storage for stationery or other small items. It’s compact, useful and beautiful. What more could we ask from an old piece of furniture?
This magnificently carved oak and red leather dining chair, with stunning barley twist legs and detail, would make a fantastic hall chair or simply place strategically in the corner of a room as a statement piece. It’s so ornately carved it would, in fact, be a pity for its beauty to be hidden beneath a dining table.
This late Victorian dome top wood banded travel trunk is in fairly good condition considering its age. it has the look of a treasure chest and would make a fantastic decor piece in your home. Even left open and filled with a few soft cushions would look really on trend. It can at the same time be used for storage. The removable tray is missing.
This antique wood banded travel trunk would look great as a decor piece in your living room or stacked visibly on top of a cupboard or wardrobe in your bedroom giving you an early 1900’s theme to your room. The deep burgundy color is rather unusual and eye-catching. The removable tray is missing.
This beautiful antique wood banded travel trunk evokes images of people traveling on steam trains and passenger liners in the early 1900’s. A lovely display piece as a reminder of those romantic days gone by. The locks still work and the original leather carry handles are intact.
This very well crafted, sturdy 18th-century hand carved oak coffer is in excellent condition considering it’s in the region of three hundred plus years old and is still as useful and beautiful as the day it was made. It can be used for storage, a coffee table or simply as a decorative item.
This beautifully crafted small oval Victorian inlaid mahogany tilt top tea table is a lovely item for your home as both a decorative and functional piece. If at any time you should have a space issue the table top tilts up for easy storage. The carved legs are a real work of art as is the inlay on the table top. It would make a lovely intimate dining table for a small space.
This stunning small oval Victorian inlaid mahogany dining table has a tilt top which makes it such a useful item. The tilt top allows the table to be stored when not in use or if space ever becomes a problem. The beautifully carved legs, intricate edge detail and amazing inlay will ensure this table is a focal point wherever it’s placed.
This is a beautifully designed and crafted solid brass candlestick which is both ornamental and useful. It was made in an age when electricity was not the norm and candlesticks were very much in daily use. Not all candlesticks were as elegantly made as this one and it’s a really good example of old-style craftsmanship. It will make a lovely ornament in any house but could also easily be put to use should load shedding ever raise its head.
Should a sophisticated, black diningroom table match your decor then this is definitely the one for you. Made from solid oak with six elegant, matching, upholstered chairs this is a very versatile piece. Leaves can be removed or added as the occasion requires. Unique castors allow for easy moving.
This very well crafted Victorian glass topped mahogany dining table and four chairs is a lovely solid piece of antique furniture made to grace the smaller dining space. Beautifully turned legs catch the eye. The elegant high back chairs are nicely upholstered making them not just decorative but very comfortable as well. The thick glass protects the table top and makes for easy cleaning. Castors assist with ease of moving a heavy table such as this.
This lovely solid oak antique refectory table will make a wonderful hall or console table in the modern world. Made all the more interesting because of its age and styling. It’s a perfect size for this purpose and has unusual, ecclesiastically styled legs which adds to its uniqueness.
This is a beautifully made large Victorian oak server which would elegantly grace any room whether as a hall table or as a server. The carvings and finishes put this table in a class of its own and it has the beautiful rich honey coloured patina of old oak which has been lovingly cared for over the last one hundred and twenty plus years. A piece to own and cherish and pass on to your children as a family heirloom.
This very solid Victorian mahogany dining table is a truly majestic piece of furniture. It has the most stunning legs and is on castors to facilitate ease of moving. This table was obviously made to grace the rooms of a stately home in it’s day but will look just as elegant in a modern day home.
This stunning Victorian hand carved oak hall table is a lovely example of the beautiful craftmanship of days gone by. Furniture in those days was made to last as can be seen by this piece which is more than 138 years old and still going strong. This table has an intricately carved top edge which gives it the added wow factor as do the barley twist and carved legs. This table is ideally suited for use as a server or a hall table.
This antique solid mahogany double drop leaf table is a very versatile piece of furniture as it folds down on both sides saving you space when it’s not in use. When opened however it becomes a full sized table should you require the additional work area. It would make a lovely table for an eat in kitchen or perhaps a table for those jig saw puzzle addicts or a craft table
This gorgeous, large, copper plated French milk urn will make a lovely ornament in any home. Picture it standing next to the front door filled with soft grasses or in the living room just as it is. It’s large enough to make a statement without the need to be filled with anything.
This antique solid copper helmet coal scuttle is a beautiful piece of copper work to showcase next to your fireplace or perhaps to even keep next to your braai. There is nothing quite like the warm glow of copper reflecting the flickering firelight. This is such a solid piece that it can easily still be used today.
This large copper kettle with a beautiful brass handle will make a stunning ornament in any home. Copper is currently all the rage in decor circles and what better way to be on trend than to have an original solid copper piece like this on display in your home.