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A particularly handsome mid 19th century French Armoire of classical and restrained proportions in cherry with chestnut side and rear panels. Standing 215 cm high it has an overall width of 140cm with external depth of 59cm and 55cm internally - this allowing plenty of room for clothing on coat hangers. Unrestored and original, with the exception of a later brass rail for hangers, it has the deep warm glow that well polished cherry acquires with age, whilst the chestnut side panels are of a more sombre hue. The are are pair of original drop in shelves to the interior - one of which has to be removed in order to hang clothes. Brass hinges, long brass escutcheon and its lock are original but its key had been mislaid by its last owners (they are still looking and hopefully it will surface). Both cornice and doors are easily removable but the remainder is in one piece. It is structurally sound, stands square on its well formed and substantial feet and what traces of old woodworm that there are was treated long ago and is therefore historic.

140cm wide - 215cm high and 59cm deep

Price £1120    €1270.53    $1472.13

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19th century French Cherry Wood Armoire
A superb Victorian Pine Hall Tree / Stand of a very impressive size and really bold sculptural form. The symmetrical 6-branches have the original 3 turned pegs each and its shallow depth makes it easy to accommodate. H 2440mm x W 1100mm x D300mm

Price £485.00    €550.18    $637.48

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Pine Hall Stand / Tree
An attractive and extremely useful mid 19th century tilt top wine or occasional table in mahogany. Standing 28 inches high its nicely figured 24 inch diameter top and robust base makes it rather more useful than similar table of more petite dimensions. The tilting facility is fully operational and retains its original snap catch thus allowing it to put to one side when not in use if desired.

Price £225    €255.24    $295.74

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Circular tilt top mahogany wine / occasional table
A circa 1800 Cornish Pine Dresser with a 4 drawer base and astragal glazing to the upper section. In common with virtually all pieces of furniture that have been in daily use for 200 odd years there have been repairs carried out but overall It is in very good condition with original cornice and quartered bobbin turned applied mouldings typical of West Cornwall. When acquired the drawers were fitted with modern handles so they have have been replaced with appropriate Savill's reproductions. The generously deep interior too has been re-painted in a more sympathetic hue but in all other respects, such as the wide back boards and single panel drawer bases, this handsome dresser is as it was made. Country furniture is always difficult to date with exactitude but it is safe to say that beautifully proportioned example dates from prior to 1820 as it has the elegance and colour that sets that period of pine apart from that of Victorian and later times. All items purchased from Cullompton Antiques are covered by the Distance Selling Regulations which give the buyers the right to cancel the purchase within 7 days after receipt of the item , for a full refund less RETURN transport costs .

Price £1950    €2212.08    $2563.08

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Georgian pine dresser
A late 19th century Aesthetic period sideboard/dresser base in mellow pitch pine with carved door panels depicting cranes/egrets in rushes - both panels different - and with turned corner columns, floral carved corbels and other carved decoration. There are two drawers over two doors enclosing a shelved cupboard, with original brasses fitted. The drawer fronts are ogee curved. Condition throughout is good: the top has been rather sun-bleached over the years, and there is some evidence of old treated worm. Measures 55"w x 34 1/2" h x 19 i/2" d. W 1400mm x H 880mm x D 500mm

Price £475    €538.84    $624.34

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Arts and Crafts pine buffet sideboard
A good 17th /18th century four panel oak coffer ,attractively carved .140cms x54cms x63cms

Price £485.00    €550.18    $637.48

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Oak Coffer
A clean pair of country chairs .

Price £125.00    €141.80    $164.30

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Pair of Country Chairs
What an attractive and useful thing this is - equally at home in the house or garden. The brass tray is about 27 inches in diameter and the whole stands about 21 inches high and is suitable for either permanent location as a coffee or display table, or for occasional use due to the benefit of the folding leg stand. The tray has gorgeous engraved design work displaying great intricacy and features lions, birds and sari clad ladies. The wooden folding base is carved all over and has a small mother of pearl and ebony highlight to each of its six legs, as well as bobbin work to the out-riggers. NB one tiny ornamental turning is missing from the base of the central pole.

Price £225    €255.24    $295.74

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Benares brass tray - folding occasional table
Set of six 'camel back' ding chairs in elm from the early part of the nineteenth century. Drop in seats recently reupholstered and re-webbed with sympathetic fabric. A perfectly matched and numbered set in good condition with all tight joints and in immediately usable condition. In one photo we have pictured these chairs around a 6 ft French cherry wood table that we presently have in stock - this is available for £1160 or if the ensemble is purchased together £1650

Price £620    €703.33    $814.93

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Set of six elm camel back dining chairs c1800
19th century West Country serving table in elm with its original scrubbed pine top. 66 inches long by just over 31 wide and stands 31 inches tall. Three drawers with original turned handles. Spent the majority of its life in a mid Devon farmhouse and was on occasions used for eating at but with a clearance of just 21 inches beneath the side and end rails it cannot really be classed as an everyday dining table. We have left its original and now worn finish strictly alone, but if the new owner's preference was for a lighter look then the elm base could of course be carefully stripped. The base has been visited by Mr and Mrs Woodworm in the past so, although this is well and truly historic and not active (it has been treated just to make doubly sure), if evidence of their life cycle is a total anathema to you this piece may not be for you..........unless you are happy to spend hours carefully filling each hole that is!

Price £725    €822.44    $952.94

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19th C farmhouse kitchen work table - elm and pine
Good cherry wood table

Price £1295    €1469.05    $1702.15

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French Cherrywood Table
mid Victorian slipper chair with oak frame. although not the original its buttoned upholstery has a period lived in look - castors too have been replaced at some time. Chairs of this type, although originally designed to be used in the bed or dressing room by a lady to put on her stockings and footwear whilst dressing, are wonderfully comfortable and thus make an extremely useful addition to the household's compliment of seats. In fact one of our partners picked up his guitar and settled himself in this very chair the moment it came into the Tannery remarking that it was ideal for the musician!

Price £180    €204.19    $236.59

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Victorian Slipper Chair