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SA995286

Antique English William IV / Victorian Mahogany Three-tier Whatnot Etagere Display Stand Shelves (circa 1840)

Price

£1,195 | $1,490 USD | €1,356 EUR
Item Number: SA995286
Date of manufacture: 1800
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Yolanda Gray Antiques
This antique has been viewed 26 times in the past month with the most views from France.

Description

Summary:
• Item: Mahogany Whatnot
• Circa: 1830 - 1840
• Period: William IV / Early Victorian
• Provenance: England, UK
• Wood: Solid Mahogany
• Transitional period
• Two tiers
• Melon turned finials
• Elegant fluted column supports
• Central moulded drawer
• Original drawer knobs
• Original melon carved ball feet
• Original brass socket castors
• Stunning original colour & patination
• Free delivery to mainland England, Wales & southern Scotland*
• Free 14-day UK returns policy

This a fine quality antique English transitional William IV / early Victorian mahogany whatnot, comprising three tiers with a drawer, circa 1830 – 1840, in excellent original condition. The style and design of this piece transcends from the William IV to the early Victorian period. Decorated with melon carved finials above the top shelf, the display sand is supported by finely shaped fluted columns, with a second shelf below and a drawer. The working drawer is decorated with a moulded front and retains its original matching melon carved knobs. The drawer is mahogany lined and finely constructed with hand-dovetail joints. Further down a third and the lowest shelf is also supported by fluted columns. Each of the shelves are finished with a fine moulded edge. The mahogany whatnot stands on its original bulbous melon carved feet, which terminate on brass socket castors. The mahogany display stand retains its original colour and patination, therefore it boasts a stunning colour, which cannot be replicated without the passage of time.

Condition Report:
This a fine quality antique English transitional William IV / early Victorian mahogany whatnot, comprising three tiers with a drawer, circa 1830 – 1840, in excellent original condition. Nominal old use marks to the top shelf and leading edges but nothing significant considering its age. The mahogany display stand has been wax-polished to a professional standard; therefore, it boasts a stunning colour, whilst retaining its original patination. The drawer is in good working condition and retains its original drawer knobs. Likewise, the feet are original and in good condition. This mahogany whatnot is solid in joint and ready to use.

Free UK Delivery*:
We offer free delivery to mainland England, Wales, and Southern Scotland (anywhere south of Stirling). *We do not offer free delivery to locations north of Stirling in Scotland, Northern Ireland, or any British Islands off the mainland; for example, the Isle of Man, Isle of White and Channel Islands

International Buyers:
If you live outside the UK and you would like to purchase this item, please contact us before purchasing it, so that we can obtain an accurate shipping quote and delivery lead-time. The shipping quote provided is a global estimate only.

About the Seller:
This item is being sold by Yola Gray Antiques who is an accredited member of LAPADA (the UK’s largest Trade Association of Professional Art and Antique Dealers) and CINOA. CINOA is the world association of Art & Antique dealer associations.

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Please contact us on 01829 458 070 or 07960 738 212 to arrange a viewing. Alternatively, please email: info@yolagray.com
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Declaration

This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 1800.


Dimensions

Height = 114 cm (44.9")
Width = 53.5 cm (21.1")
Depth = 46 cm (18.1")


Seller Details

Yolanda Gray Antiques
Unit 4
Organsdale Farm
Kelsall
Tarporley
Cheshire
CW6 0SR
United Kingdom
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