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French Bureau Plat Antique Desk Satinwood 1860
French Empire Sideboard Cabinet Kingwood Sevres Plaques 1860
George II Console Table Painted Top Hall Tables Carved
Islamic Side Table Moorish Damascan Furniture Interiors 1870
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Georgian Partners Desk Mahogany 1860 Writing Table
Victorian Extending Dining Table Mahogany
Victorian Tray Silver Plate Inlay Butlers Platter 1900
Art Deco Claret Jug Silver Plate Period 1930
Sheraton Bureau Bookcase Painted Satinwood 1890
Victorian Shaving Stand Ash 1890
Victorian Bow Front Chest Drawers Mahogany 1860
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Chippendale Side Table Mahogany Occasional Tables 1870
Canonbury Antiques are a specialist purveyor of antique tables and antique desks amongst a fine selection of dining tables, chairs and dining furniture based out of Hertfordshire antique showroom. This encompasses a stunning range of reproduction furniture that includes Art Deco and earlier pieces of fine furniture. Revelling in the sheer quality and luxuriously lavish designs of a world gone by, Canonbury Antiques bring you a revivalist selection of fine dining tables and chairs to add regal and influent charm to your home or office boardroom. We stock a wide selection of beautifully maintained pieces such as the amazing Windsor chairs alongside one of the largest choices of genuine Regency, Regency and Victorian dining furniture that once stood for England’s finest craftsmanship, renowned across the world for its luxurious and detailed features and build quality...
Gainsborough Chairs were designed and created during the George II era. They were named after Thomas Gainsborough, a British portraitist and artist who utilized the chair in having people pose for portraits.
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