Park Lodge Antiques



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Queen Anne burr and highly figured walnut double dome-bureau bookcase


Height  89″ or 226cms
Width   40.5″ 0r103cms
Depth  24″ 0r 61cms

Price £42,000.00

Fine 17th Century William and Mary Burr Walnut Marquetry Chest of Drawers

A William and Mary walnut floral marquetry chest, circa 1690.

The rectangular ogee moulded top with a central banded oval inlaid with spring flowers, birds and scrolls of acanthus, on an ebony ground.

The two short over three long oak-lined graduating drawers are similarly inlaid with reserves of marquetry and each drawer is banded in a wide leafy cut marquetry border.

The burr walnut sides are banded in a marquetry border with large reserves of marquetry to the centre depicting tulips and spring flowers rising from a plume acanthus

A similarly designed marquetry table top is illustrated in A.Bowetts, ‘English Furniture 1660-1714 From Charles II to Queen Anne’, p.61, plate 2:43, showing the variety created by transposing elements of the design so that no two quadrants of marquetry are identical.

A similar chest from Clevedon Court, Somerset is illustrated in R. Edwards, ‘ The Dictionary Of English Furniture’, Vol II’, p.34


Price £39,000


Height: 92 cm (36.23 in.)
Width: 97 cm (38.19 in.)
Depth: 56.5 cm (22.25 in.)

17th Century WalnutMinature


Very rare 17th cent Walnut  miniature chest of drawers circa 1690
with all Oak linings to drawers and dovetailed front and rear.


width    11.5″ or  29   cms
height   10″     or 25.4cms
depth     7″      or  17.5  cms


price £9750.00

At Park Lodge Antiques, we are passionate about preserving the beauty of the past. With a wide range of antique treasures, we offer our customers a unique opportunity to own a piece of history. With our dedication to quality our collection is a true testament to the beauty and elegance of the past.

Terry Marriott



George II figured Walnut games table.

Raised on carved cabriole legs and ball and claw feet and semi concealed castors. The frieze has a concealed long drawer between the rounded corners, the top opens to guinea wells and candlestands and a baize playing surface, supported on a double gate leg action.
In the manner of Benjamin

Crook  circa 1740


Width = 34″ wide or 86cms.
Depth = 17.25″ or 44cms.
Height = 29″ or 74cms.

Price = £18,250.00.

Fine Walnut Lowboy

A very fine Walnut lowboy with wonderful figured top and chevron banding,
particularly fine Oak draw linings ,early 18th cent.


30″ or 77cms wide
18″ or 46cms deep
27″ or 69cms high


George 1st Walnut Kneehole Desk

Geo 1st walnut Kneehole desk with re-entrant corners ,crossbanded and feather banded with nice thin oak drawer linings , original brasswork


32″ wide  or 82cms
20″deep or  51cms
28″high or 71cms

Price £10,000.00

George 1st Mahogany Table

A  small   George 1st mahogany centre or side  table the top with re-entrant corners
the frieze conceals a secret drawer, raised on slight carved cabriole legs with shell carving over the knees to the front two.
26″ wide  or 66cms,
17″ deep   or 43cms,
28″ high  or 71cms.
price £11,250.00


An unusual 
William and Mary period circa 1680 oyster olive and inlaid chest
of of drawers,
the top inlaid with roundels and oyster olive and banded with a wide banding of holly,
the drawer fronts inlaid with oyster olive and  a wide banding of holly. the sides unusually are  inlaid with parquetry panels and also have the wide holly crossbanding.
this is a particularly fine chest.

width 37.5″  or 95.5 cms
depth 26.5″ or  57cms
Height  35″ or 89cms


A 17th cent kingwood veneered and brass mounted  Coffre Forte circa 1690
the box opens to reveal a vacant interior storage area and the front unlocks to a fall inside of which are two small drawers centred by a secret divider, also secreted in the drawer area are two additional secret drawers and another secreted behind the fall flap.
also concealed under the inside is another small secret compartment.

width  14″or  36cms
depth  9″  or   23cms
height  9″  or 23cms


A Geo III penwork jewellery box with chinoiserie decoration and brass mounts signed and dated EF 1816 price £2,800.00

A turned circular mahogany box
 box with a large finial top and inset beaded decoration to the perimeter
early 19th cent. could be a Jewellery box or some other unknown purpose.


12″ diameter 0r 30cms
12High or 30cms

price £895.00

A large pair of bronze figures one of pan and one of a boy.
both signed Augustus Moreau  1834-1917.both mounted on marble bases.



height 29″ or 74cms
base     10″ or26cms


price £4,750.00


An unusual pair of georgian silver candlestick being 2/3 size 6″ high 4″ base with delicate chase work to the base stem and top. by William Gould  London  1748  





A small olive oyster chest of two long and two short drawers ,William and Mary period
circa 1680 the top with inlaid roundels among  a background of olive oyster veneers and wide holly banding, the drawers fronts and both sides inlaid with olive oyster veneers
and with wide holly banding.



width 31″ or 79 cms
depth  21.25″ or 54 cms
Height  30″ or  76cms




A fine quality georgian mahogany candlestand circa 1760, the top with slightly raised rim and raised on a fluted column and carved detail to the knees of the legs.


Height                23″ or 59cms
top diameter    13.5″ or35cms



William 1V Mahogany Bergere chair circa 1830 lovely soft colour and newly
caned.Green leather buttoned squab.

height 36″ or 91cms
width   24″ or 61cms


An imposing serpentine mahogany dressing chest.

With boldy carved canted corners and feet.

The single top drawer gives the illusion of three smaller drawers and has fitted interior.

Choice figured veneers are used to accentuate the front profile.

Attributed to the workshop of William Vile or William Hallett.

English circa 1740


Width 150 cms 

Deep 71cms

Height 91cms


Price  £40,000



Georgian Peat Bucket

Mahogany brass bound peat bucket with mahogany brass bound carrying handle.

Circa 1760. Original handmade steel liner, albeit with some restoration. Probably of Irish origin.

Price £950.00



39cm Wide

34cm Deep

46cm High

A  fine pair of Geo 11  walnut side chairs circa 1735.


Completly reupholstered
In the finest silk damask.


The cabriole front legs are carved with acanthus and scrollwork.

Extending down to a carved shin and pad feet with recessed castors the rear feet also sitting on cabriole legs and recessed castors


Price £18,500.00


Height 102 cms
Wide     64 cms
Deep     71 cms

A Pair of Geo II Walnut console tables circa 1730 typically of Irish origin

Both with original Breche Violet marble tops with moulded edges.

The bases with carved cabriole legs and lions paw feet

The shaped frieze centred with a carved scallop shell


Price £45,000.00


Width 125cms
Depth  54cms
Height 74.7cms


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