Rosewood Sideboard

Designed by Martin Hall for Gordon Russell, 1960s

213 x 70 x 46cm


Hamilton Sideboard

Designed by Robert Heritage

Rosewood doors, mahogany top and drawers
229 x 50 x 75cm


Maurice Cockrill

(River) Camal

Oil on canvas - 1992
Signed, titled and dated to reverse of canvas
50 x 25cm - framed 65 x 40cm

River Figure

Sally Grant

Bronze edition of 7

Planar range console table/desk

Robert Heritage

183 x 46 x 76cm


Winter Dusk

Lindsey Hambleton

Pencil crayon on gessoed board
20 x 30cm
Framed 33 x 43cm


Guy Taplin (b. 1939)

Bronze, signed, edition 2 of 12
length 127cm

From the collection of Dame Elizabeth Frink

Danish Teak Sideboard

Axel Christiansen Odder - 1960s
229 x 46 x 80cm


Danish Rosewood Desk

Designed by Svend Madsen for Sigurds Hansen Mobelfabrik, 1960s

150 x 80 x 73cm

Mother & Child

Laurence Broderick
(b. 1935)

Bronze - edition 2 of 7 - 1973

Seated Figure 1962

Jörgen H M Byström (b. 1933)

Oil on canvas (framed)

Hanover Sideboard

Designed by Robert Heritage

Laburnum doors and drawers with signature brass trumpet handles.
Richly figured walnut top.

153 x 50 x 75cm


Still Life - 1957

Acke Fornander
(1908-1990 - Sweden)

Oil on board, in original frame

Rosewood console table / small desk

Designed by Robert Heritage, 1960s
Retailed by Heals

140 x 76 x 45cm


Robert Heritage (b. 1927)

Robert Heritage is the most awarded designer in the history of the British Design Council, known for a wide breadth of work including furniture, interiors, lighting and accessories.

Born in Birmingham in 1927, Heritage studied art at Birmingham College of Art before attending the Royal College of Art in London where he met his future wife and British textile designer Dorothy. Together, they founded their own studio in 1953.

In 1968, with Ernest Race, Heritage designed the interior of the Queen Elizabeth II ocean liner including the QE2 Race Resturant Chair, receiving a prize from the Council of Industrial Design.

Most of Heritage’s designs – sideboards, console tables, dining sets and cabinets – were produced by British manufacturer Archie Shine in the 1950s and 60s. Heritage designs exhibit classic lines and richly grained woods such as rosewood, walnut or teak. Notable models include the Hamilton Sideboard (1958) for which he received a Design Centre Award, and the Palisander Sideboard which was available with white or verdi marble top. Many of Heritage’s designs were retailed by the renowned furniture store Heal’s.

Heritage was made Royal Designer for Industry by the Royal Society of Arts in 1963, the highest accolade in the field. He was professor of furniture design at the Royal College of Art (1974-85), and was also named a Fellow of the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers (FSIAD).

Above the Gorge

Lindsey Hambleton

Oil on wood panel
60 x 24cm - framed 82 x 36cm


Joseph Victor Communal
(France - 1876-1962)

Sunlit Woodland
Oil on wood panel
Original frame

Joseph Victor Communal spent most of his life in Chambery, in Savoy, and was strongly tied to the community of mountain painters in that region. Largely self-taught, he won a number of art awards and regularly exhibited at the Paris Salon.

Cocktail Cabinet

Gordon Russell

Indian Laurel doors, mahogany carcass


Sideboard with chequered doors

McIntosh of Kirkaldy, 1960s

213 x 46 x 80cm

West Coast Drive

Lindsey Hambleton

Oil on canvas
60 x 30cm
Framed 76 x 46cm


Very large Victorian urns

Pair of patinated cast iron urns
Height 115cm


Robert Heritage

Dorrington Range sideboard
213 x 46 x 76cm

Lindsey Hambleton
Flooded Wood Series
Oil on wood panel, 120 x 70cm

Views from the edge of the wood

Lindsey Hambleton

Oil on board
62 x 22cm - framed 84 x 34cm


Sunset, Camusdarach

Lindsey Hambleton

Oil on wood panel
30 x 20cm - framed 43 x 33cm

Marquetry Cocktail Cabinet

Vintage French cocktail cabinet in burr walnut and kingwood, with exotic wood marquetry
c. 1950


Winter Woodland 1946
Hjalmar Lundström

Oil on canvas
Original hand finished frame
73 x 64cm


Danish Rosewood Table

1970s extending dining table seating up to 10
Gudme Mobelfabrik
2 leaves extending up to 2.6m

105 x 162/212/262cm