We are in the news again on the Milton Keynes Citizen
Over 30 of the Dealers from the now closed Woburn Abbey Antiques Centre have banded together to form The Antiques Association in a fabulous five storey Georgian townhouse at Market Place in the village of Woburn.
Edwardian bow fronted display cabinet
An Edwardian mahogany bow fronted display cabinet. Above the shaped cornice is a turned urn flanked by carved foliage. Beneath are a pair of glazed doors set with individual glass panels. Inside are two shaped shelves and a shelf to the base. Below is a tambour fronted cupboard with brass knob handle. It stands on three tapering and moulded legs, united by a shaped base shelf.
A fine pair of mid 19th century carved and turned dish top torcheres. £1250.00 JS
A fine Mahogany inlaid open bookcase in excellent original condition. Adjustable shelves. By Edwards & Roberts C1900. 60 inches across by 13 inches deep by 45.5 tall. £2300.00. JS
An inlaid Mahogany bow fronted display cabinet of neat proportions with one opening door with key. C1900. 5 feet 4 inches tall by 2 feet 3.5 inches wide. £845.00 JS
Crossbanded and brass Pier cabinet in Walnut. Original key. C1860. £895.00 JS
A Regency Rosewood two door pier cabinet. The top has a cross-banded detailing to the front and sides. The door opens with a working lock and key and has a brass astragal moulding to the centre. It has one shelf which is adjustable on pegs and is raised on a plinth base. circa 1820
Height 35.75 inches 90.5 cm
Width 10½ inches 27 cm
Depth 35½ inches 90 cm