We are acquiring 18th and 19th century furniture, either English, French or Scandinavian and gradually building a quality stock.

This is a Louis XV , period circa 1740, a wonderful chair in original condition although it will have been reupholstered at sometime. We have yet to decide whether to refurbish or leave in this condition
A pair of late 19th century mahogany dining chairs, probably french, beautifully hand carved with wonderful details. Original sprung seats with a bottle green cover to the seat and back
A Finnish Oak dining table circa 1870, in beautiful condition, 1.2m x 0.82m.
A pair of English Windsor high back chairs circa 1840. Handsome elm and ash chairs with spindle turnings, pierced splat and crinoline arms.
A lovely Gustavian Armchair, circa 1850 with intricately carved arms and spindle legs.
A Finnish Beech oval table circa 1840. With a beech veneer top and solid beech intricately carved supports. Provenance onc eowned by Mill Owner Fredrik Adolf Le Bell (1817-1892), who lived at the Myrans Gard in Siuntio. Wonderful condition
A Baroque style table in superb condition circa 1850. Wonderful inlaid top and mahogany turned legs and ball feet. Lovely original condition.
A lovely square Finnish beech veneerer table from circa 1780 with a base that is of circa 1850.
Lovely condition with a superb veneer and patina. SOLD
A Swedish Gustavian Period sofa set , reupholstered with the frames in the original excellent condition.circa 1800. Consisting of a sofa, table, two arm chairs and two chairs without arms
A low back Windsor Chair, "Smoker's Bow" circa early 19th century. In lovely original condition with elm or fruit wood seat.
A Finnish, circa 1850 Dresser. In superb condition in beech wood with pine drawers. 1.39m long, .53m deep and 1.94m high. All the locks and fittings are original and working. Wonderful storage space and beautiful finish with hand carved claw feet. Originally from a Manor House in Kirkkonummi.
A WINDSOR HIGH BACK CHAIR, circa 1770, a handsome elm and ash chair with spindle turnings, pierced splat and crinoline arms. Wonderful condition
A low back WINDSOR CHAIR, "Smoker's Bow" or “Captains Chair” circa 1820. In lovely original condition with ash or fruit wood seat.