Lot 425: BATH CABINET MAKERS 'GAYLAYDE' BURR WALNUT AND INLAID BEDROOM SUITE, CIRCA 1930
October 26, 2016
Edinburgh, United KingdomLive Auction
BATH CABINET MAKERS
'GAYLAYDE' BURR WALNUT AND INLAID BEDROOM SUITE, CIRCA 1930
marquetry inlaid with panels of vases issuing flowers, and comprising a WARDROBE with single mirror door flanking two panelled doors, 148cm wide, 191cm high, 51cm deep; a TALLBOY, with three drawers and two cupboards below, 69cm wide, 123cm high, 50cm deep; a DRESSING TABLE, 114cm wide, 161cm high, 58cm deep; a BEDSIDE CABINET, 40cm wide, 85cm high, 38cm deep; a BED, 200cm wide, 200cm x 119cm x 93cm; and TWO BEDROOM CHAIRS, each 44cm wide, 88cm high, 38cm deep, bears maker's label GAYLAYDE MODERN DECORATIVE FURNITURE (7)
WARDROBE- In general good condition original bevelled mirror plate. Inlay bright. Scuffs and nicks mainly to the base. Slightly faded veneer.
TALLBOY - In general good condition, minor water damage to top surface. Top two drawers with minor scratches to exterior. Minor water damage to facing left side. Original handles. Scuffs, nicks and blemishes throughout.
DRESSING TABLE- Mirror plate missing its silver backing in areas. Original mirror plate. Good top surface with good walnut colour. Very minor water damage. Scuffs and blemishes throughout.
BEDSIDE CABINET - Evidence of water damage throughout mainly to top surface. Scuffs and marks mainly to legs.
BEDSIDE CHAIRS - joints tight, caning tight. Spots of minor water damage. Scuffs and marks mainly to legs. Small patch missing in inlay to upper left leg.
BED - in general good condition. Minor patch of inlay missing to lower front left leg otherwise minor scuffs and marks. Iron bed rails in good condition.
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