French Tub Chair, £440
This Napoleonic tub chair is ready to be upholstered. The gentle lines are what caught our eye – it’ll make an ideal addition to a bedroom corner or as an occasional chair in a living room.Available here
Glazed Cabinet, £850
Originally used as storage in Eastern European houses, this wooden glazed cabinet has since been repainted in an elegant grey shade. The natural pine interior also houses three thick shelves, freshly glazed doors and newly fitted locks.
Mahogany Scalloped Bookcase, £1,600
The curved shape of this 19th-century bookcase proves how the past continues to inform modern-day trends. With five shelves of different depths, it’s the kind of piece that will work well in a bedroom, living room or hallway. The tapered feet are a lovely finishing touch.
Four Vintage Dining Chairs, Price Available Upon Request
These rattan dining chairs are timeless. Tapping into the Americana trend, the Chippendale-style frames have been restored and painted in an off-white shade, while the seats have been upholstered in a Chinese fretwork fabric by Thibaut.
Pair of Console Tables, £2,800
A console table is one of the most useful pieces you can buy, and this pair will make a smart investment. Inlaid and ebonised, we love the contrast of the white marble against the dark wood. The neat legs and curved edges are so elegant.
Louis XV-style Sofa, £750
Another piece ready to be reupholstered, this open-armed sofa has what’s called a serpentine front. The extensively carved frame still has its original paint, and the seating has been re-webbed to make it more comfortable.
Caned Armchair, £950
With its large proportions, tapered fluted legs and gilt framing, this generous-sized armchair has a statuesque quality to it. Style it against a bookcase with a floor lamp nearby to create a cosy reading nook.Available here
Marble-Topped Table, £950
This garden room table promises to be a versatile addition in any kitchen or conservatory. The original curved-iron painted legs strike the perfect balance between form and function.Available here
Mahogany Washstand, £350
This decorative Victorian washstand is topped with heavy marble. The splash back is particularly attractive, and the little ledge is a useful addition for a soap dish or dispenser. Perfect for a large bathroom or even utility room.
Bobbin Table, £695
The colour of this unusual 19th-century occasional table is stunning – but the condition is ultimately what makes it a good buy. The feet are a later addition, but still tie in with the overall design. Despite its age, we reckon it would work well with all property styles.
Pair Of Armchairs, £1,695
A deep-buttoned antique armchair is something we’re always on the hunt for. This pair of Napoleon III armchairs come in a classic shape, including a curved back, turned legs and supportive scrolled arms. Insider tip – the dealer has four available if you’re interested.
Wicker Lounge Chair, £425
With intricate detail, a cocooning shape and in great condition, this vintage wicker lounge chair ticks all the boxes. Nodding to the woven trend but still unique in its design, add a cushion or a throw to make it more comfortable.
Faux Bamboo Chairs, £1,100
Dating back to the Victorian era, these faux bamboo side chairs are made from beech wood and have been handcrafted in the style of faux bamboo. The cane seats aren’t original, but both are in good condition, while the aged patina means they’ll work well in both modern and period homes.Available here