Monday, 26 January 2015


Before the working day starts the shop lurchers get to stretch their legs……….
Ladbroke Square in Notting Hill on a frosty morning, is often followed by a walk in Kensington Gardens

or on the Little Scrubbs where the whippets and lurchers run fit to burst…………….
 Then it's down to work in the King's Road, with the two dogs  are happy in their basket under a desk.
Tables are always something that are needed, for a bunch of flowers or to put your drink on when you relax at the end of the day, these are some of the ones that we have in stock at the moment.
with a diameter of 81 cm or 32" there is room for flowers and a glass of wine
The same size as the one able but a different look…….
marble specimen table
or for the more exotic, this specimen marble topped table could fit the bill.
georgian library table
this elegant George IV library table, would look good behind a sofa with an elegant bunch of flowers. 

You also need tables against the wall and we always have a good selection of consoles on show, this one was made by the celebrated French 'eboniste' or furniture maker Jacob
or this elegant console table with a black marble top, seen here with a large pair of candelabra
'Retour D'Egypte' Console table with carved and ebonised sphinx heads from Julia Boston Antiques.
or if you have a large wall this impressive console probably also by Jacob would make a grand statement; seen here below a collection of 18th century black and white engravings.
A view of the important French Console with a marble top at Julia Boston Antiques. The piece, probably by esteemed furniture maker Georges Jacob, is shown with a collection of 18th century framed engravings.
All our stock can be seen at our website Julia Boston or if you just want to jump to what's new click here

1 comment:

  1. I really like the way you have arranged the black and white engravings: slightly off-centre. The black and gilt frames look especially good agains the pale wall.