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    antique furniture: what-nots

    Antique what-nots are pieces of furniture derived from the French etagere, which was exceedingly popular in England consisting of a series of shelves in a tall column

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    • Elegant Regency Period Goncalo Alves/Tigerwood Whatnot

      Elegant Regency Period Goncalo Alves/Tigerwood Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1815. A rare unusual and stylish Goncalo Alves, (tropical hardwood also known as Tigerwood) Regency period whatnot. The top is well figured wood with a classic Edinburgh fine beaded fore-edge and a deep frieze,...

      £1,815.00

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    • Wonderful antique Victorian quality burr walnut whatnot

      Wonderful antique Victorian quality burr walnut whatnot

      unique antiques by emma jade, ipswich, united kingdom

      Wonderful antique Victorian quality burr walnut whatnot, having an oval mirror with carved walnut supports to the top above three quality burr walnut serpentine shaped display shelves, supported by turned tapering columns, standing on turned...

      £985.00

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    • George III Mahogany Whatnot

      George III Mahogany Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1790. A late George III mahogany three tier whatnot, with a shaped ¾ gallery with ribbing on the facing, each of the tiers has a deep frieze and supported on turned ring turned tapering...

      £1,150.00

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    • Neat Sized Victorian Mahogany 3-Tier Whatnot

      Neat Sized Victorian Mahogany 3-Tier Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1860. Neat sized Victorian mahogany 3-tier whatnot. The rectangular top with rounded corners, three quarter gallery and turned finials; baluster turned supports above lower tiers; ash lined drawer to base with turned knobs; all...

      £590.00

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    • Whytock & Reid 4 Tier Tapering Whatnot

      Whytock & Reid 4 Tier Tapering Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1900. Interesting stylish tapering 4 tier walnut whatnot by ‘Whytock & Reid of Edinburgh’ with many Sir Robert Lorimer influences. The dished top with extended curved frieze supported on four tapering uprights with reeded...

      £2,250.00

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    • Antique 4-Tier Mounted Whatnot, English, Wall Display Shelves, Edwardian, C.1910

      Antique 4-Tier Mounted Whatnot, English, Wall Display Shelves, Edwardian, C.1910

      london fine limited, exeter, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.9665This is an antique 4-tier mounted whatnot. An English, mahogany set of wall shelves, dating to the Edwardian period, circa 1910.Elegantly finished with an appealing graduated formDisplaying a desirable aged patina and in good orderSelect stocks present fine grain interest and rich caramel huesArrangement of four generous shelves, set at graduated heightsEye-catching fretwork side supports with distinctive pierced star motifDressed with a trio of brass mounting loops for ease of hangingThis is a delightful antique 4-tier mounted whatnot with an attractive finish and of useful display proportion for ornaments. Solid joints and construction, delivered ready for the home.Dimensions:Max Width: 50.5cm (20'')Max Depth: 19cm (7.5'')Max Height: 80cm (31.5'')Shelf Width: 48.5 (19'')Shelf 1 Depth Width: 10cm (4'')Shelf 2 Depth Depth: 12cm (4.75'')Shelf 3 Depth Height: 14.5cm (5.75'')Shelf 4 Depth: 18cm (7'')Shelf 2 Height: 15.5cm (6'')Shelf 3 Height: 18cm (7'')Shelf 4 Height: 21cm (8.25'')Buy it now direct from the dealer here: Antique 4-Tier Mounted Whatnot, English, Wall Display Shelves, Edwardian, C.1910

      £595.00

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    • Antique 3 Tier Whatnot, English, Open Display Stand, Late Georgian, Circa 1800

      Antique 3 Tier Whatnot, English, Open Display Stand, Late Georgian, Circa 1800

      london fine limited, exeter, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.9758This is an antique 3 tier whatnot. An English, mahogany open display stand, dating to the Georgian period, circa 1800.Attractive example of Georgian display furnitureDisplays a desirable aged patina and in good orderSelect stocks show rich russet hues and fine grain interestOak lined drawer boxes with quality dovetail jointsThe upper tier with short turned finials to each cornerTurned baluster supports within block shouldersDrawer to base with an attractive braided brass drop handleRaised upon a quartet of of turned legs and riding upon castorsThis is an attractive and versatile antique 3 tier whatnot, with appealing Georgian period craftsmanship and attractive hues. Solid joints and construction, delivered ready for the home.Dimensions:Max Width: 43cm (17'')Max Depth: 43cm (17'')Max Height: 115.5cm (45.5'')Tier Height: 31cm (12.25'')Drawer Width: 32.5cm (12.75'')Drawer Depth: 36cm (14.25'')Drawer Height: 6.5cm (2.5'')Buy it now direct from the dealer here: Antique 3 Tier Whatnot, English, Open Display Stand, Late Georgian, Circa 1800

      £1,495.00

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    • Walnut 5 Tier Whatnot

      Walnut 5 Tier Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1860. A mid Victorian red walnut shaped 5 tier whatnot. The top tier with carved and pierced upright with two conical uprights surmounted by finials, another pair of finials at the front, all of...

      £1,350.00

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    • Serpentine Fronted Whatnot

      Serpentine Fronted Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1870. Mid Victorian figured walnut serpentine fronted 3 tier whatnot. The top with a shaped and inlaid ¾ gallery with foliate and bird inlay, the uprights surmounted by turned finials. The three serpentine shelves...

      £700.00

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    • 3 Tier Mahogany Whatnot

      3 Tier Mahogany Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1860. A quality mahogany 3 tier whatnot. The top with ¾ gallery comprising of stylish balustrades with a half round cap, with finials on each of the corners. Two tiers beneath all supported on...

      £725.00

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    • Demi-Lune Whatnot

      Demi-Lune Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1880. A late Victorian burr walnut and inlaid 4 tier demi lune whatnot. The top tier with marquetry inlay and four elegant finials, the fore-edge with chequered Tunbridge style inlay, all of the tiers...

      £450.00

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    • Victorian Corner Whatnot

      Victorian Corner Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1870. A mid Victorian burr walnut and inlaid corner whatnot. The top tier with foliate inlay, and a large finial to the back with two smaller finials to the front, the fore-edge with Tunbridge...

      £650.00

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    • Rare 19th Century Four-Tier Solid Yew Whatnot

      Rare 19th Century Four-Tier Solid Yew Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1880. Rare 19th century four-tier solid yew whatnot. The rectangular tiers separated by ring turned columns. The base with cross banded drawer with brass handles and supported on neat turned feet. Interesting, figured wood...

      £1,090.00

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    • Attractive Victorian Three-Tier Mahogany Whatnot

      Attractive Victorian Three-Tier Mahogany Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1860. Attractive Victorian three-tier mahogany whatnot. The shaped shelves with a three-quarter gallery and turned finials on top tier on tapering turned supports above two similar tiers. All supported on ring turned bulbous short...

      £690.00

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    • Antique Corner Whatnot, English, Walnut, Country House Display Stand, Victorian

      Antique Corner Whatnot, English, Walnut, Country House Display Stand, Victorian

      london fine limited, exeter, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.9540This is an antique corner whatnot. An English, walnut country house display stand, dating to the Victorian period, circa 1860.Graceful cascading shape to this delightful corner standDisplays a desirable aged patina and in good orderSelect walnut stocks present fine grain interestSuperb colour depth, with rich russet huesStriking pierced fretwork adorns the upper shelfTrio of lower shelves of graduated depth, with fan-shaped profileEach shelf supported upon deft turned columns with reeded detailRaised upon a set of three cupped feet with bun toesThis is an attractive antique corner whatnot, with a highly appealing graduated form. Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.Dimensions:Max Width: 65cm (25.5'')Max Depth: 40.5cm (16'')Max Height: 140.5cm (55.25'')Shelf Height 1: 30cm (11.75'')Shelf Height 2: 33cm (13'')Shelf Height 3: 36cm (14.25'')Buy it now direct from the dealer here: Antique Corner Whatnot, English, Walnut, Country House Display Stand, Victorian

      £985.00

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    • Fine Quality Marquetry Inlaid Burr Walnut Three-Tier Victorian Whatnot

      Fine Quality Marquetry Inlaid Burr Walnut Three-Tier Victorian Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1860. Fine quality marquetry inlaid burr walnut three-tier Victorian whatnot. The open fret foliate back with an oval boxwood inlaid mirror above three shelves with shaped fronts and mirror matched fine seaweed marquetry on...

      £1,100.00

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    • Antique Two Tier Display Stand, English, Whatnot, Cabinet, Victorian, Circa 1860

      Antique Two Tier Display Stand, English, Whatnot, Cabinet, Victorian, Circa 1860

      london fine limited, exeter, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.9346This is an antique two tier display stand. An English, mahogany whatnot with cabinet lower, dating to the Victorian period, circa 1860.Beautifully presented stand with a suite of useful storageDisplays a desirable aged patina and in good orderSelect stocks present fine grain interest throughoutAppealing caramel hues dance beneath a quality wax polish finishTwo tiered gallery upper ideal for hosting ornaments or decantersPair of drawers to base, dressed with circular pulls and inset brass locks — key presentField panel cabinet door secured with a working, brass-lined lockRaised upon a quartet of short legs terminating in ball feetThis is an attractive antique two tear display stand with wonderful craftsmanship. A treat for any room. Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.Dimensions:Max Width: 47cm (18.5'')Max Depth: 47cm (18.5'')Max Height: 137.5cm (54.25'')Tier 1 Height: 24.5cm (9.75'')Tier 2 Height: 27.5cm (10.75'')Drawer Width: 41.5cm (16.25'')Drawer Depth: 43cm (17'')Drawer Height: 8.5cm (3.25'') Buy it now direct from the dealer here: Antique Two Tier Display Stand, English, Whatnot, Cabinet, Victorian, Circa 1860

      £1,695.00

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    • Antique Country House Dumb Waiter, English, 2-Tier Serving Table, Georgian, 1780

      Antique Country House Dumb Waiter, English, 2-Tier Serving Table, Georgian, 1780

      london fine limited, exeter, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.8774This is an antique country house dumb waiter. An English, mahogany 2-tier serving table, dating to the Georgian period, circa 1780.Classic elegance and craftsmanship to this charming Georgian standDisplays a desirable aged patina and in good orderSelect stocks show fine grain interest and warm caramel huesArranged over two tiers, the lower rotating for ease of servingA skilfully turned column creates a display space of 21.5cm (8.5'') between the tiersLower support with a stout baluster over a collared mountStanding upon a trio of broad cabriole legs with a pronounced kneeEach terminates in a distinctive snake footThis is a delightful antique country house dumb waiter, with superb colour and finish. Sure to enhance any afternoon tea gathering or special occasion. Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.Dimensions:Max Width: 52cm (20.5'')Max Depth: 52cm (20.5'')Max Height: 80.5cm (31.75'')Tier 1 Diameter: 37cm (14.5'')Tier 2 Diameter: 52cm (20.5'')Tier 2 Height: 21.5cm (8.5'') Buy it now direct from the dealer here: Antique Country House Dumb Waiter, English, 2-Tier Serving Table, Georgian, 1780

      £2,450.00

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    • Antique Victorian inlaid figured walnut corner whatnot

      Antique Victorian inlaid figured walnut corner whatnot

      unique antiques by emma jade, ipswich, united kingdom

      Antique Victorian inlaid figured walnut corner whatnot having a four tier inlaid figured walnut corner whatnot with turned tapering supports, original turned feet and a carved shaped gallery top D. 1860

      £695.00

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    • Vintage Antique Mangle Up Scaled to Shelves

      Vintage Antique Mangle Up Scaled to Shelves

      alana grover, guildford, united kingdom

      Originally an iron mangle or paper press made into unique shelves. Made of iron and solid wood. Complete one off.

      £300.00

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    • Quality Inlaid Burr Walnut Victorian Whatnot

      Quality Inlaid Burr Walnut Victorian Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1860. Quality 3 tier inlaid burr walnut Victorian whatnot. The rectangular top with rounded corners and tulipwood and boxwood inlay, and with three-quarter cast brass gallery, over 2 matching tiers. All on tapering, ring...

      £880.00

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    • Unusual George III Mahogany Whatnot

      Unusual George III Mahogany Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1800, an unusual George III mahogany two tier whatnot. The solid top shelf with 4 carved finials over an open fretwork apron, supported by 4 elegant turned uprights. Beneath the second tier is a...

      £1,900.00

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    • Antique Mounted Whatnot, English, Wall Shelf, Chinoiserie, Victorian, Circa 1900

      Antique Mounted Whatnot, English, Wall Shelf, Chinoiserie, Victorian, Circa 1900

      london fine limited, exeter, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.8005This is an antique mounted whatnot. An English, mahogany wall shelf with Chinoiserie taste, dating to the late Victorian period, circa 1900.Attractive wall mounted display shelves with distinctive finishDisplays a desirable aged patina and in good order throughoutSelect stocks show fine grain interest and deep russet huesStriking pierced sides redolent of the Chinoiserie influence favoured by E.W. GodwinArranged as a pair of shelves over a deep drawer baseFramed by the geometric shaped fretwork with a supporting spar to centrePair of useful drawers dressed with small brass pulls and brass lined locks — key absentFree standing upon shaped feet, with a trio of mounting holes for wall hanging if desiredThis is a fascinating antique mounted whatnot, with striking Chinoiserie overtones. Delivered waxed, polished and ready to mount.Dimensions:Max Width: 61.5cm (24.25'')Max Depth: 25.5cm (10'')Max Height: 75.5cm (29.75'')Shelf Width: 65cm (25.5'')Shelf Depth: 23cm (9'')Upper Shelf Height: 24.5cm (9.75'')Lower Shelf Height: 25.5cm (10") Buy it now direct from the dealer here: Antique Mounted Whatnot, English, Wall Shelf, Chinoiserie, Victorian, Circa 1900

      £1,275.00

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    • Rare Victorian Carved Whatnot

      Rare Victorian Carved Whatnot

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1860. A rare unusual, exhibition quality Victorian burr walnut and carved oval-shaped whatnot. Two neat sized elegant curved pierced galleries on each side, double frieze with foliate carving on both. Beneath the top there...

      £3,250.00

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    • Quality Mid-Victorian Marquetry Inlaid Burr Walnut What-Not

      Quality Mid-Victorian Marquetry Inlaid Burr Walnut What-Not

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Or Ref:30400 Circa 1860. Quality Mid-Victorian marquetry inlaid burr walnut what-not. The shaped front top with mirror matched figured walnut and fine marquetry inlay with turned finials and a cast brass gallery, supported by finely...

      £1,450.00

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