This family business was started by Simon's father in 1987 in the City of Bath where they traded for 10 years as Beau Nash House Antiques. Simon joined his father in 1997 when they renamed the business Freshfords Fine Antiques. Simon's father retired in 2005 and the
business has now moved to the shop in Bradford-on-Avon.
Nineteenth Century Terracotta Figure of French Sitting Bulldog£3450
Exceptionally Rare & Small George III Cuban Mahogany Concertina Dining Table£8500
George III 18th Century Adam Period Mahogany Open Armchair£4950
Handsome William IV 19th Century Carved Giltwood & Gesso Mirror of Massive Proportions£10500
The "barrel-back" shaped seat is upholstered in a green and gold damask and the pattern has been retained through the large flutes that make up the barrel shape back. The shaped wings that flank the sides of the armchair sit above outward scrolling arms and the chair has a feather and dowed upholstered cushion. The mahogany legs to the rear are swept away from the square tapered legs to the front. The chair retains its original brass castors and has a George III mahogany upholstered stool that accompanies it.Read more