Fine Irish Regency period brass inlaid and carved mahogany secretaire bookcase c1820

Irish Regency period brass inlaid & carved mahogany secretaire bookcase, probably from Cork c1820
Irish Regency period brass inlaid & carved mahogany secretaire bookcase, probably from Cork c1820 $27,500 2.37m tall; 1.26m wide; 0.66m deep
Secretaire drawer, the drawers veneered in West Indian satinwood
Internal drawers with original brass knobs
Fine leaf design brass inlay
Robustly carved gadroon edge moulding and lion’s paw feet
Original brass ring handles

Regency Period Mahogany Compactum attributed to Gillows of Lancaster & London c1800

Regency period mahogany ‘compactum’ or long chest of drawers c1800 attributed to Gillows of Lancaster & London. $11,985.00

‘Tower Corners’ were a particular feature of Gillows’ production from about 1790 and by 1800, were decorated with carved reeding. This piece is also stamped for Edwards & Roberts. Edwards & Roberts was founded in 1845, and by 1854 were trading as ‘Edwards & Roberts, Antique and Modern Cabinet Makers and Importers of Ancient Furniture’. … They also retailed many items of second-hand furniture, so an Edwards & Roberts stamp does not necessarily mean that the item was made by them. In this case, the compactum was quite old by the time its stamp had been inserted; the design is very typical of Gillows ‘house style’ and would have been a special commission to suit a particular client’s needs. 1.82m wide; 0.585 deep; 1.06m tall

Gillow Compactum 'Tower Corner' detail
Gillow Compactum ‘Tower Corner’ detail

An unusual, small Regency period mahogany adjustable drum table c1825

A very unusual, small, Regency period mahogany adjustable height drum table; the top having rosewood crossbanding and the drawer knobs of ebony.The table with four drawers, one of which has a concealed compartment. Attributable to Gillows of Lancaster & London, c1825.

59 cms diameter x 69.5 cms high $5,985.00

Extremely rare, Regency period mahogany concave fronted chest of drawers attributed to William Trotter of Edinburgh c1820 $9,985.00

Original floriate cast brass knobs
Original floriate cast brass knobs
Ring turned & reeded, detatched corners
Ring turned & reeded, “turret” corners
Ring turned and toupie shaped feet
Ring turned and toupie shaped feet
Fine dovetails on birch drawer sides
Fine dovetails on birch drawer sides

William Trotter of Edinburgh (1772-1833) was a highly respected maker of Regency furniture; he has been called Scotland’s greatest cabinet-maker.He has a distinctive and recognisable style. He also attained distinction as Lord Provost of Edinburgh (1825-1827). He provided furniture for many distinguished patrons (Lord Gray at Kinfauns Castle, John Holme Robertson at Paxton House and the Signet Library, Edinburgh).

Dimensions: 1.11m wide; 0.62m deep; 1.10m high