All posts tagged: Abstract

Arts & Crafts – top quality

New in A superb quality Arts and Crafts mirror back sideboard. Possibly by Maple & Co Flat canted moulded edge cornice above a pierced and mirrored back supported by a pair of tapering columns, the lower portion with a plain rectangular top above an offset drawer flanked to one side by a full height door enclosing shelves, black painted organic devices to superstructure and base, copper organic shape door hinges, copper and brass handles and escutcheon plates, all raised on four square taper legs and spade feet166cm h 153cm w 54cm deep Classic aesthetic movement / arts and crafts piece – rare in this condition – been in one home since new. Please ask for courier quote or collect in person. A set of four truly beautiful and original good quality Arts and Craft oak dining chairs, moulded edge top rail above pierced back rail, three pierced stylised spindles between downswept sides, rush seat inserts, fretwork front legs, sabre legs to the rear, stretchers to back and sides W 45.5cmD seat 37cm H 100cmFloor to seat 46cmSo hard to find in …

Current Stock

Lockdown. Lets hope we can all stay safe and get through this. My thoughts are with all those frontline staff fighting this virus head on. If you have any enquiries then please do give me a call. James Gilbraith This is just a selection of our stock thats on our pitch at Preston Antiques Centre – If you have any questions please call – James on 07756211120

Spring ? Yes Please !

    I can’t watch the weather reports anymore – they’ve run out of words to describe all the variables – causing me to run out of exasperated expressions.  What exactly is a flabby low front and how can it be avoided ? The other beauty is the term likelihood  – Today there is a likelihood for snow, rain, high wind, hail, sunshine all possibly at the same time emanating from a sphincter shaped cloud  – wear everything you’ve got – all the time. In the likelihood that your reading this then pat yourself triumphantly on the back – you made it through Xmas and the last 14 weeks of soul sapping weather ( ok you had a couple of fun days sledging but that just papered over the cracks ) We all need spring to re-energise us and lift our outlook.   We’ve been busy – January – February we rebuilt our kitchen ( it was the weather for it ) and in-between we bought and sold some cracking items. We’ve had a re-jiggle in the …