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Available stock is advertised through the new House Bargains section of the website where some pieces are reduced by more than 40%. The pieces are selected from group lots or private sales no longer central to Windsor House Antiques’ collections.

Founder Kevin Smith said that he hoped the sale “will encourage collectors to share the excitement I still feel on finding the ‘perfect’ piece”.

Among the pieces offered are a c.1750 Louis XV kingwood and rosewood parquetry commode reduced from £23,000 to £18,000 and a c. 1870 century ebonised mahogany display table reduced from £4200 to £2200.

Windsor House Antiques was founded in Leeds in 1957 and is now based in Barnwell Manor, the former residence of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. Its website includes prices for all items advertised and has an additional section devoted to items below £1000.