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A 19th century pine dressing table on turned feet. The top with a three quarter gallery and the drawers with white ceramic knobs

Technical Information

Date: 19th Century
Height: 98cm
Width:  44cm
Depth:  86cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£100


Characteristics

A 19th century mahogany bachelor’s chest in excellent condition, with good colour and surface patina throughout. The top is hinged to fold out to become a writing surface, supported by pull out slide runners. Four long graduating drawers with brass handles are raised on original bracket feet.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 75 cm
Width: 99 cm
Depth 53 cm (folded), 106 cm (unfolded)

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£70


Characteristics

A pair of Arts and Crafts inlaid mahogany corner chairs, with floral design inlay to the backs and recently upholstered seat bases, in very good condition.

Technical Information

Date: 19th Century
Height: 76cm
Width:  42cm
Depth:  42cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

Oak Chest

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Characteristics

A narrow George III oak chest, with a hinged top above three drawers raised on bun feet. Likely originating from the 18th century with original ironmongery to the hinges and lock mechanism (key is missing) and replacement handles. In beautiful condition.

Technical Information

Date: 18th century
Height: 88 cm
Width: 60 cm
Depth 57 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£70


Characteristics

A George III brass bound mahogany cellarette, with a gentle patina consistent with age, in very good condition.

Technical Information

Date: 19th Century
Height: 49 cm
Width: 54 cm
Depth: 39 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£100


Characteristics

A fine Regency mahogany sofa table, with with two frieze drawers and matching faux drawers to the reverse, on tapered end supports with splayed and reeded feet terminating in brass lion's paw caps and castors. The left drop leaf with a some minor restorations. In very good condition.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 76 cm
Width: 151 cm (open)
Depth 75 cm 

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£100


Characteristics

A very large oak refectory table, likely to date from the 18th century, with a cleated four plank top on baluster turned legs joined at the square sectioned feet by stretchers. The top can be lifted from the base, which has been restored in places and is now in very good sturdy condition with a lovely patina throughout.

Technical Information

Date: 18th Century
Height: 75.5cm
Width:  297cm
Depth:  91cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£50


Characteristics

A pair of ladder back chairs with wicker rush bases and five rungs.

A lovely patina throughout and sturdy seat bases. 

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 95cm
Width: 47cm
Depth: 37cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£50


Characteristics

A 19th century oak joint stool, with bobbin turned legs joined by stretchers. A wonderful rich patina throughout and in excellent, sturdy condition.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 47 cm
Width: 43 cm
Depth 27.5 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£100


Characteristics

A large 20th century sideboard of classic English style on bun feet. Constructed of solid pine with a hand-waxed finish. Seven drawers with plain pine knobs, all working smoothly, and in very good condition throughout. 

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 88 cm
Width: 140 cm
Depth 43 cm 

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£70


Characteristics

A 19th century light blue painted pine chest of three drawers with panelled detail to the sides. The paintwork is distressed throughout, but all drawers are in good working order.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 86 cm
Width: 68 cm
Depth: 57.5 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£100


Characteristics

A Chinese red lacquered marriage cabinet, likely from the 18th or 19th century. The doors are decorated with foliate detail, and open to reveal a hanging rail running the whole width. With original brass handles, and finished in traditional red lacquer which has worn in places as shown in the photos.

Technical Information

Date: 18/19th century
Height: 179 cm
Width: 120 cm
Depth: 60 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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