• A pair of old French shutters with weathered grey paint and the original hardware. The louvres are static but are on an internal frame which is hinged to open (see picture). They're a great colour and would make a super garden feature, headboard etc....
  • An antique French cast iron planter with beautifully cast garland & ribbon detail in great condition and stunning patination.
  • In all honesty, this is a bit of a weird one.... There's some age here, and it's modelled as a lantern with glass sides and front; however the back is mirrored and one of the sides opens with a catch & there's a single glass shelf. In the top there is a fitting for a bulb with a hole in the back for the cable so it can be lit. It's a lovely thing and would be great for wall mounted display.
  • One of the best painted tin hat boxes we've had - the lettering underneath the clasp indicates that it was a military box, it's got super little proportions and the painted finish is in great condition in a lighter finish than normal.
  • A beautifully aged, industrial-looking metal storage box with a crudely fitted interior.
  • A beautiful and highly romantic piece of French wedding tradition - this wedding cushion, decorated with brass birds, flowers and grapes to symbolise harmony and fertility in marriage still retains the original wax blossom headdress that the bride wore on her wedding day. This would have been kept under a brass dome (from which it has sadly parted ways) which is why they are usually so well preserved. With a brass easel back to stand up.
  • A beautiful pair of antique French 5 branch brass alter candelabra with the usual lilies and rather more unusually brass roses. Very pretty triangular bases.
  • Despite the wear to the glaze, this is such a charmingly authentic old French confit pot. The white glaze is so much harder to source and this is a great size for a fruit bowl or kitchen storage.
  • A beautifully patinated Victorian mahogany cutlery tray which would also work well as a letter rack or desk tidy.
  • 2 stunning late C18th architectural fragments - highly decorative carved wooden tassels with the original paint and traces of gilt. They're a subdued sage green on the outside with a red underneath with the expected signs of wear from over 200 years of use! Great for styling.
  • Small Indian buckets

    Two sizes of these handmade Indian buckets - small and tiny! So charming it would be a waste to relegate them to the garden; the tiny one would be perfect to hold colouring pencils whilst the larger could be a fireside coal bucket perhaps?
  • Antique Indian Lassi Cups

    Two lovely original old Indian lassi cups; the larger is brass whilst the smaller is both brass and a silver metal, both with hand hammered decoration. They're decorative with a range of uses from planters to toothbrush holders; tactile & authentic.