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A Louis philippe period burr yew commode .beautiful colour and figuring to the veneer with a grey marble top a very handsome example of this syle period measuring 49””wide x ...
Mid century yew wood and walnut tallboy with six graduated drawers , the top section having a reeded edge raised on bracket feet.
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A Good Yew Wood High back Windsor Chair it has an Elm seat, crinoline leg stretchers, and Ash back legs, very typical of the chairs made in the village of ...
A Good 19th century Yew Wood Low Back Windsor Chair with an Elm seat. this lovely chair has a very nice colour and patina created by many years of waxing ...
A Good Low Back Windsor Chair in Yew Wood with an Elm Seat from the Rockley Workshop of George Nicholson or Fred Walker, it has a pleasing colour and patina ...
A good set of four 19th century Low Back Windsor Chairs in Yew Wood with Elm Seats, they have the crinoline stretchers. They were made in the worksop of Fred ...
A Very Good Victorian Broad Arm Windsor Chair in Yew Wood with an Elm seat, it has lots of contrasting figure to the Yew, the condition is excellent no loose ...
A good Windsor chair in yew wood with an elm seat, Yew is a very decorative timber noted for is strength and rich variation of colours, This chair will be ...
Antique early 19th Century yew & elm Windsor chair dining armchair with crinoline stretcher.
Solid and strong, with no loose joints and no woodworm. Full of age, character and charm. Very ...
Yew/elm Victorian Windsor chair with crinoline stretcher.
It appears to be in good original condition other than a couple of the original yew spindles have been replaced by non yew ...
Late 17th century / Early 18th century Rosewood,Walnut and Yew wood chest of drawers, having five long drawers with engraved brass escutcheons and handles. The top and sides have geometric ...
Great Little Natural Yew Wood Folk Art Convex Mirror,
A Charming piece, the convex mirror is set into a piece of Yew wood cut in the cross grain and mounted ...
Rare Thames Valley yew wood windsor armchair with triple draught splat back and similar splats under shaped arms. raised on elegant turned legs united with plain stretchers. All in superb ...
A good 19th Century high Windsor chair in yew wood with an Elm seat and Ash back legs, attributed to the workshop of Benjamin Gilling, Gilling moved from Yorkshire to ...
A set of four early 20th Century Mendlesham armchairs made from ash and yew wood with a shaped elm seat, the back having a wonderfully shaped and pierced splat with ...
This attractive and beautifully designed William and Mary style oyster laburnum side table features a single drawer with decorative pulls and a cross banded walnut border around the top. The ...
A lovely tea caddy made from burr yew wood and also sycamore and boxwood inlay. It has a step to the lid which is iconic for this period. ...
A set of 8 carved yew dining chair comprising of six normal chairs and two carver armchairs. Each chair has a green cushion for the seat.
Seat Height – 19”
A most attractive matched set of six Thames Valley yew tree chairs. George III period. Ex Charles Lumb of Harrogate ...
A Very Nice Low Back Windsor Chair in Yew Wood with an Elm seat, it has the crinoline stretcher and is from the Rockley North Nottinghamshire workshop of George Nicholson ...
This is an early 19th Century antique yew wood low backed Windsor chair of superb colour with crinoline stretcher superb colour and patina, stamped Nicholson of Rockley.
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A good matched set of six yew wood and ash Windsor chairs. The chairs with pieced yew splats, elm seats, standing on turned legs with crinoline stretchers.
The chairs are a ...
A charming example of a burr yew twin lid tea caddy with boxwood bound through out. It’s in great original shape and sits on its four original brass feet. ...
This is an attractive 19th Century antique low Windsor in yew wood with an elm seat. It has unusual leg turnings and is possibly a Lincolnshire made chair.
A purple heart, late George III period box. With original ball feet and diamond shape escutcheon.
Exceptional and very handsome Georgian, circa 1760, Thames Valley region Yew and Elm Windsor Armchair attributed to John Pitt and Richard Hewitt.
It is a generously proportioned and very comfortable chair. ...
Yew and elm windsor elbow chair by Nicholson of Rockley circa 1860
This vintage coffee table is in great condition.
A solid piece of yew wood with natural live edging on 4 legs.
A lovely table with great colour and patina.
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This is an exceptional quality table produced in solid Yew and inlaid in burr Yew with boxwood and ebony stringing, the central ball is a solid turned burr, the table ...
This is a very rare mid 19th Century child’s armchair made in yew wood with an ash seat. In the full sized version, this chair would have been called a ...
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