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This print is part of a series of photographic illustrations from inchesThe People of India inches, an ethnographic study of the races and tribes of the country conducted by John Forbes Watson and John William Kaye between 1868 to 1875 for Lord Canning, the then Governor-General of India.|** Add 40mm on all four sides and 25mm depth for frame & mounting.|Ready to ship in paper tube within 4 working days for inchesWithout Frame inches Option|
A British colonial library chair with hand caned seat and back. The front legs are hand turned while the rear legs are shorter and lightly raked. A wide slightly inclined seat and a curved back rest makes it extremely comfortable to be in for longer periods. The armrests are extensive and ergonomically curved. Each arm has 5 elegant spindle supports. It is a good chair to read in or watch a sunset.|This piece is in good condition. The front turned legs have been replaced with identical new ones in salvaged teak wood.|Besides the new front legs, this piece is finished with satin matte enamel and wax. The cane weave is a '7 step' pattern using high quality cane from Assam. The front legs can be fitted with brass castors for easy movement of the chair.||
Patent Illustration of a Beer Mug by W. C. King in May 23, 1876|** Add 6mm on all four sides and 25mm depth for frame.||
Botanical illustrations byPierre-Joseph Redout (1759 - 1840). Belgian born|icknamed inchesthe Raphael of flowers inches, he was arguably one of the greatest illustrators of all time.|Add 1/2 inches on all four sides and 1 inchesdepth for frame.|Ready to ship in paper tube within 4 working days for inchesWithout Frame inches Option|
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This armchair from our Babu Series was a regular feature in old public offices & institutions like the YWCA, etc. It has a handsome cane backrest, a cane seat, distinctive arm rests, and exquisite hand turned front legs.|22 inches x 21 inches x 37 inches [W x D x H]|
This minimalist set of chairs are from the post mid-century modern period. The seat and back are straight, while the legs are conical and|point outwards. The arm rest curves down towards the back for ergonomic reasons.|Single seater [ 22 inches x 22 inches x 32 inches ]|Double seater [ 46 inches x 22 inches x 32 inches ]|1970|Traditional natural polish and re-caning with Assam cane.|
Original brass hardware has been buffed to a shine. The piece will be hand polished and waxed or finished in melamine polish.||
A practical and handsome organiser for bedside books or office documents, this teak wood piece comes in two finishes, Black polish and a distressed fresh blue/ green. The accordian inspired rack sits on 4 tiny bun feet and the gaps range from a width of 1 inches to the widest being 3.5 inches.|
A Two Tier Dumb Waiter (dining room sideboard) with fretwork along the back of the shelf above.|There is a double shuttered storage below with a plinth resting on four soap dish shaped feet. The design of this piece has great balance. The heavy base works very well with the light fretwork on top.|49 inches x 20 inches x 54 inches [ W x D x H ]|1940|The piece itself is in very good shape. Apart from some very minor repairs and a brass knob, it only needs repolishing.||
A mahogany Victorian dresser with unique tile inserts is an ideal piece to be used as a dresser or hallway/ lobby stand. It has two main pull-out drawers and two smaller drawers to hold knick-knacks. The dresser has a removable swivel mirror with an intricately carved crown. There is a slot to hold a photograph or maybe another tiny mirror in the crown.|40.5 inches x 20.5 inches x 68.5 inches [ W x D x H ]|1920|This piece is in good condition. The swivel mechanism is not very smooth and efficient to hold the mirror at an angle.|The dresser is finished with traditional natural polish and wax and the original hardware has been cleaned.|
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This beautiful teakwood Edwardian era Danner revolving bookcase is divided into three horizontal shelves, each of which is further divided into four compartments. The top is cove molded and the bottom has a simple plinth resting on four feet with castors (currently missing). Each face has four vertical slats fixed with brass studs.|21.5 inches x 21 inches x 45 inches [ W x D x H ] |early 1900s|One of the vertical slats and a horizontal member has been replaced with salvaged Burma teak. Brass wheel castors will be added to its feet and the piece will require traditional natural polish and wax to bring it up to a near perfect condition.|
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