Sheraton style is proudly reflected in this pair of side tables. The ritual of tea in English houses was on the rise in the Regency era and has never declined since.
The solid wood and veneers are that most stylish of Regency materials, satinwood. Additional detailing is provided by tulip wood and satinwood cross banding. When open it reveals a satinwood top with brass hinges.
Cross banding to the top in contrasting woods
Long enough to recline for elegant relaxation or listless slumber, our grand chaise or day bed while formal in appearance is anything but in function. It positively invites you to lounge. Constructed on a beech frame, with beautiful Rio rosewood veneer, its shapeliness is a large part of its charm.
This supremely elegant gilded mahogany mirror frame, with central inset panel and divided outer, combines fine mouldings with highly detailed, hand-carved decorations. Set above the frame is a central urn, with pineapple knop on a plinth with decorated frieze, bounded by a pair of gilded palm fronds.
Offered as a pair these slender wine tables match the sofa for height and elegance. Solid mahogany throughout, with swirl mahogany top and rosewood quarters and decorative banding, their light weight makes them useful servers as well as decorative objects.
Of classical demi lune form, this luxuriously finished parcel gilt console table is an eye-catching object for your room. The top is veneered in burr maple with a mulberry tortoiseshell finish, the frieze is highly decorative with gilded mouldings, and floral bosses. Its four legs are similarly finished with gilded details throughout.
While not strictly a Regency piece this delicate table is clearly inspired by the era, but matched to the needs of the present day. It shares some similarities with the classic Regency sofa table, having a rectangular mahogany veneered top with satinwood cross banding.
Curling elegantly from arm to arm with deeply fluted moulding, the mahogany show wood in this symmetrical sofa stands out in any setting. Hand carved floral bosses set off the arms, and sabre legs with lipped boxed brass casters complete the visible elements of the frame.
The ritual of tea in English houses was on the rise in the Regency era and has never declined since. The solid wood and veneers are that most stylish of Regency materials, satinwood. Additional detailing is provided by tulip wood and satinwood cross banding.
Surprisingly durable and offering new levels of comfort, caning became widely used in English furniture in the early eighteenth century most commonly on the walnut high backed chairs of the period. This hand woven cane backed bergère with cane sides has gently scrolling framework with reeded mouldings and typical sabre legs.
Veneered in beautiful and rare Rio rosewood, with contrasting cross banding, it features copious lockable storage space. Marble topped, over one frieze drawer and three taller drawers with cupboards at each side, it is finished with brass fittings and gilded brass decoration, standing on turned and parcel gilt feet.
This virtuoso exhibition of the Regency cabinet-makers art is a breathtaking centrepiece for the grandest reception rooms. A visual equivalent of the flamboyance of bel canto, it displays exceptional skill and the most sought after materials to dazzle and delight the eye.
This gorgeous sofa table is a gracious accompaniment to the Regency living room. Perfectly proportioned, and strikingly finished in rosewood veneer with satinwood cross banding and boxwood stringing, it is an elegant match for the sabre legged sofa.
The Regency rosewood chiffonier is a defining style for the period and this example, containing many visual and material elements of the era is brought firmly up to date with it concealed TV lift. An eye-catching black marble top contrasts with gilded details in the mouldings and hand carved decoration.
No Regency home was complete without its gaming table, just as no party is complete without a four for cards. In this companion table to the tea table above similar detailing is provided by tulip wood and satinwood cross banding, but when open it reveals a baize covered top for gaming.
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