This tray top table is similar to the pair of bedside cabinets, but built to a slightly simpler specification. The effect is to render it more subtle; less is evidently more.
Beneath the tray top is a single short drawer above a small cupboard. Simple brass drop handles accompanying both.
Oak lined drawer with precisely cut dovetails are typical features of the collection
Every morning you will awake to see the sunrise in the glorious satinwood fan marquetry sunburst on the headboard of this most refined of beds. Repeated in the foot board, and in the console, the detail is a favourite motif of the Sheraton era.
This desk stands in complete contrast to the serpentine chest. Its stylistic inspiration is of another era and it has imbued it with a simplicity of line that would not be out of place in the most modern of mansions.
Solidly Georgian in every dimension, this curling serpentine fronted mahogany chest is a subtle expression of wealth and status. With canted and fluted corners, its four graduated drawers open to reveal oak linings behind the figured mahogany veneer. Fancy brass handles flank lock escutcheons set into the fronts.
Perfectly designed to accompany the Manor bed, this elegant pair of mahogany cabinets is designed to keep all your essentials to hand. A four-sided tray top provides security for objects placed on its top, and a brushing slide and drawer lie immediately beneath.
There’s something about the bergère that instantly comforts. Possibly, it is the all-enclosing sides or the compact proportions, but you do somehow yearn to curl up inside it with a favourite novel or to read your letters.
Elegant in its simplicity, this bedroom chair with upholstered back, arm rests and seat blends styling ideas the past with a clarity of line typical of today. Rising on square tapered legs with recessed panels and featuring moulding to the arms it can be finished with a choice of fabrics to accompany your room scheme.
This classical styled console is of small proportions but finely detailed throughout. Its plinth base has twin cupboard doors with satinwood fan marquetry, flanked by turned reeded columns and has a frieze drawer over. There are repeated mouldings to the doors and the drawer and similar antique turned brass knobs.
This tray top table is similar to the pair of bedside cabinets, but built to a slightly simpler specification. The effect is to render it more subtle; less is evidently more. Beneath the tray top is a single short drawer above a small cupboard. Simple brass drop handles accompanying both.
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Inspired by the golden age, George Bensley collections are leading the trend for mixing heritage and traditional design and materials in contemporary settings.
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