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.
Victorian 2 tiered whatnot
A Victorian rosewood two-tiered whatnot. The top shelf has a brass gallery going around three edges. The bottom shelf is supported on finely turned legs, which terminate in brass cup casters with white porcelain wheels. There are turned spindles between the two shelves to the back and side.
Height 25¾ inches 65.5 cm circa 1850
Width 18 inches 46 cm
Depth 14 inches 35.5 cm
Victorian whatnot Canterbury in figured walnut. The small top shelf has a gallery and is raised on turned columns from the larger full size shelf below. The shelves are inlaid with boxwood and tulip wood lines. Beneath are two dividers with turned supports to form the Canterbury section. In the base is a full size drawer which is mahogany lined. It stands on turned legs that terminate in brass cup casters with white porcelain wheels. C1880. 45.75 inches high by 23.75 inches wide by 15.75 inches deep. £800.00
A Georgian 4 tier whatnot in Mahogany with a drawer beneath. C1810 £950.00 JS
A William IV mahogany 4 tier what-not or dumb waiter. The four moulded shelves are supported on square and baluster turned legs, topped with acorn finials. It has a single mahogany lined drawer fitted with brass knob handles. circa 1830
Height 4 inches 107 cm
Width 23¾ inches 60.5 cm
Depth 15 inches 38 cm