This fire surround was made by the cabinet-making firm Guéret Frères. The firm was founded in 1853 and continued in production until the end of the 19th century. From 1855 onward it exhibited regularly at the great international exhibitions and often won medals. They exhibited at the International Exhibitions of 1855, 1867 and 1878 specialising
A superb pair of large antique glazed Mahogany museum display cabinets from the V & A Museum, London. There are doors to each end, opening opposite to each other. Please note: The Dodo skeleton is not included. The price is for both cabinets. Additional Dimensions Door openings 90 x 90 cm Weight Approximately 198 kg
An antique Louis Philippe Statuary Marble fire surround of unusually small scale. Carved from white statuary marble, with reeded jambs and frieze. Applied Ormolu decoration to the end blocks. Panelled returns to the jambs. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 77 cm Opening Width 63 cm Width between outside of legs 88.5 cm
These doors were reclaimed from a prestigious building near Oxford Circus, London. We removed over 200 doors from the building, including 56 of these high quality oak doors. We also have many pine doors of the same design available. Mostly smaller sizes. See our other listings. This door has been finished in varnish, can be
A magnificent pair of late 19th century cast iron braziers. The deep circular bowls each embellished with four lion heads, supported on a intricate wrought iron structure, terminating in large cast iron lion paws. These were originally positioned at the entrance to a theatre in London. A third brazier is available by separate negotiation. Dimensions
This beautiful washstand is made from mahogany and a grey/white marble with brass embellishments in the Egyptian taste. The basin is made from porcelain but has not been fitted . We have paired this original wash stand with a modern basin to show what a fabulous practical and individual sink unit it would make. The basin is
These doors were reclaimed from a prestigious building near Oxford Circus, London. We removed over 200 doors from the building, including 96 of these. Heights range from 196 cm to 219 cm, most around 196 cm Widths range from 67.5 cm to 91.5 cm, most around 81 cm Thickness 4.5 cm Price is per door,
These substantial doors are of mahogany construction, fully glazed with opaque glass and are currently configured as swing doors. Formally used in a London gallery. The opaque glass finish can be removed if required, as this is film applied to clear glass.
A pair of superb quality Mahogany doors, inset with cast bronze panels to the front side. The reverse having a raised and fielded, four panel arrangement. Probably a unique commission for a city of London building. Symbol meanings; George and the Dragon- The most famous legend of Saint George is of him slaying a dragon.
An early 19th Century, elliptical, Fleur de Pesco and Carrara Marble Fire Surround The fireplace is elliptic in shape, including the side returns, frieze and shelf. Opening Height 84 cm Opening Width 74 cm
An exceptional antique tiled fireplace Insert with hand painted tiles depicting musical instruments and people in period costume, by the artist E. Kilherty. Salvaged from a London townhouse. Opening Height 74.5 cm Opening Width 44 cm