Antique Maps and Furniture
In addition to our antique clocks, we have a small selection of period furniture (Victorian and Edwardian) and antique maps. In particular, we stock 17th and 18th century English maps by John Speed, Christopher Saxton, Robert Morden and John Blaue.
19th century mahogany bookcase of large proportions
19th century mahogany sideboard/linen press
Edwardian dinner service (24 pieces)
A fine Charles II, 4-panelled, carved oak coffer/chest.
The date 1665 is carved on the front.
Edwardian display case
A fine quality Edwardian display case. Breakfront cornice, astragal doors and raised on splayed legs. The mahogany cabinet has fruitwood and ebony inlay, two strong glass shelves with lower cupboard and plush padded backing.
Height 67″ or 170 cm; Width 43″ or 110 cm; Depth 13.5″ or 34.5 cm
Early 20th century mahogany sideboard
A beautiful mahogany, early 20th century sideboard, inlaid with satinwood and standing on tapered legs.
Length 58.5″ or 149 cm; Height 52.5″ or 134 cm; Depth 20.5″ or 52 cm
A most elegant Edwardian inlaid mahogany two-seater settee. Upholstered in green floral patterned material and raised on tapered legs of square section terminating in brass and ceramic castors.
A Victorian Table Mirror
A beautiful late 19th century dressing table mirror with integral hollowed tray base. Adorned with brass finials and adjustable side screws for pivoting.
Width 16″ or 50 cm; Height 18″ or 45 cm; Depth 9″ or 22.5 cm
17th century Map of Westmorland by John Blaue circa 1648
17th century Map of Durham by Christopher Saxton
17th century Map of Northamptonshire by Robert Morden
17th century Map of Cumberland by John Speed with text al verso
Cumberland and the Ancient Citie Carlile Described with Many Memorable Antiquities Therein Found Observed, 1610 [1611 or later], Sudbury and Humble, hand-coloured map, 383mm x 505mm, English text verso, glazed front and rear
Engraved map by J. Cary of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Dating from the 1840’s, it shows great detail of the villages and their distances from towns; the North Midland
Railway and large estates of the County.
Mounted and framed – size 15.5″ x 13.5″.
Late 19th century printed map of Cornwall and the Scilly Isles.
Originally engraved by F.S. Weller
and published by William Mackenzie,
it shows the roads, railways and canals,
villages and towns of the County.
Mounted and framed – size 16.25″ x 15″.