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George III satinwood secretaire bookcase of breakfront outline in the manner of Gillows. The bookcase portion with brass grillwork before shelves and fabric-lined interior. The drawers flanking a central secretaire drawer, above four fielded panel cupboard doors, all supported by toupie feet.

Circa 1790
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George I walnut bureau cabinet. The cabinet is surmounted by a broken swan neck pediment, with the mirrored doors enclosing a cabinet fitted witth divisions, drawers, and pigeon holes. The fall front bureau opens to drawers, pigeon holes, and 'secret' drawers, above a well.

Circa 1720
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A George II style red Japanned secretary cabinet. The later decoration of chinoiserie and exotica to the exterior and to the fitted interior of the bureau and the cabinet portion. The carcase basically 18th century, with the interiors of both bureau and cabinet altered probably at the time of decoration.

Mid 18th century, substantially altered in the early 20th century
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Regency period mahogany compactum of large size. Flame figured doors with astragal mouldings below an ogee cornice, open to four interior trays, surmounting two small and three long graduated drawers, all with original handles, terminating in reeded bun feet.

Circa 1820
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A George III style carved pine bookcase of large size. The upper case with moulded cornice and angled pediment enclosed by a pair of brass wire meshed doors, between projecting stiles, each hung with carved floral garlands. The lower portion contains a pair of paneled doors above a plinth base.

Late 19th century
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Early George III period mahogany bookcase. The upper section with pediment centred on an urn, above astragal glazed doors. The lower section with a pair of well-figured panel doors opening to shelves, all supported by ogee-shaped bracket feet.

Circa 1760
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George III mahogany bureau bookcase, in the manner of Wright and Elwick. The dentil, lappet, and quatrefoil decorated frieze surmounts astragals containing original glazing. The bureau section contains original rococo handles and key escutcheons, with the bureau interior with checker-strung drawers, and 'hidden' drawers decorated with boxwood tracery above the pigeon holes.

Circa 1760
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A Regency rosewood and brassmounted bookcase. The cornice with gilt metal foliage above four doors with original brass grills. The lower section with two shallow folio drawers to the frieze above four cabinet doors.

Circa 1820
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Anglo Indian rosewood bookcase with ivory inlay. The doors to the top and bottom with original glazing, and the front of the cedar lined folio drawer with ivory inlay in an arabesque pattern.

Circa 1880
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Regency mahogany breakfront bookcase in the manner of Gillows, of narrow proportions. The reeded baluster turned pilasters and astragal glazed doors enclosing twelve adjustable shelves.

Circa 1820
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