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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.
Georgian Mahogany pot cupboard
A Georgian mahogany pot cupboard. The galleried rectangular top is above a single door opening with a brass knob handle. The door has an ebony line around the outer edge. It is supported on turned tapered legs.
Height 30 inches 76 cm circa 1830
Width 16½ inches 42 cm
Depth 14¼ inches 36 cm
An Edwardian mahogany pot cupboard with ebony and box wood lines. Beneath the moulded top is a panelled cupboard door. Inside is a single shelf. It is raised on four square tapering legs. Circa1910 £275.00 (GW702)
Height 28½ inches 72.5 cm Width 16 inches 41 cm Depth 15 inches 38 cm
A Victorian satin birch corner cabinet. The moulded cornice is above a single five glass paned door. The interior is fitted with one shaped shelf and a base shelf, both are fitted with plate supports. Beneath the door the sides are shaped and there is a small shelf. Circa 1895 ( WPMB 437) £450.00
Height 37 inches 94 cm Width 17¾ inches 45 cm Depth 10¼ inches 26 cm
An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet. It has a pair of astragal glazed doors.Inside are two glass shelves. Beneath is a cupboard base. It is raised on square legs. Circa 1900. £785.00 ( TNE 345) Height 58.5 inches 148.5 cm Width 36 inches 91.5 cm Depth 13.25 inches 33.5 cm
An Edwardian Sheraton revival mahogany and ebony strung sideboard. The break front and curved top has a cross banded edge with ebony stringing. Below are two frieze drawers. The top drawer is cock beaded and fitted with brass ring handles. They are flanked by two lockable cupboard doors. It is raised on six square tapering legs that terminate in spade feet. Circa 1900 (GW412) £1,350.00
Height 36½inches 93.0cm Width 59¼inches 150.5cm Depth 22¾inches 58.0cm
A George III oak corner cupboard. The dental cornice sits above a mahogany cross banded freize beneath which is a single panelled door with a mahogany surround. The painted interior has three shaped shelves and a base shelf. C1800. £545.00.
Height 38.5 inches 98 cms Width 28 inches 71 cms
A Victorian walnut credenza. The breakfront top with curved ends and an ebonized moulding. Below, the frieze is inlaid with boxwood lines and has cast brass mouldings. The doors are edged with an ebony, boxwood and amboyna banding. The two curved doors are glazed with internal mirrored backs. The central door has a marquetry panel. This is flanked by two fluted columns with brass capitals. It stands on a shaped plinth base, raised on ebonized turned feet.
Height 41¾ inches 106 cm circa 1860
Width 57½ inches 146 cm
Depth 16 inches 41 cm