Tim Wharton

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A Georgian Mahogany Dumb Waiter.  

The Three Octagonal  graduating Tiers on turned supports that lead down to Four outswept legs with Brass Claw Castors.

23”D(Lowest Tier) x 45”H




A George II Mahogany Bird-cage Tripod Table.

The round dished top supported on a turned support with three outswept legs.

30”H x 29”W




A George III Mahogany “Butterfly” Table. The “Butterfly” shaped top supported on four moulded chamfer legs with a stretcher shelf.

35”W x 32”D x 28”H




A George III Mahogany Oval Table.  The oval top supported on four square tapering legs with a stretcher shelf.

25”W x 18”D x 29”H




A Georgian  Oak And Walnut Corner Cupboard. The shaped and moulded cornice above a single door with floral decoration to the panel with fluted columns surrounding the door, opening to reveal three shelves and three drawers together with Fretwork decoration to the top inside corners.

29”W x 16”D x 36”H




A George III Mahogany Demi Lune Fold Over Patience Table of small proportions. The top opening to reveal Olive coloured baize supported on four round turned legs with the original castors..

24”W x 11”D x 29”H




A Small 17th Century Oak Six Plank Coffer Which Dates Around 1670. The Coffer Has Naive Carving Decoration To The Front and Iron Hinges 

35”W x 12”D x 18”H




A Small Late 17th Century Single Flap Oak Gate Leg Table.  The Top With A Single Side Flap When Opened Is Supported On Bobbin Turned Legs.

19”W x 17”D x 20”H