Auction Items

The Padley Hall Collection

  • LOT NUMBER 1

    A17th Oak Over-door Pediment. The piece boldly carved with a pair of heralding cherubs blowing horns flanking an open book inscribed; 'Ye Manor of Marden' raised on a winged angels head with voluted scrolls either side, 28½ ins (72 cms) high, 47 ins (120 cms) wide.*

    Sold For: £1500

  • LOT NUMBER 2

    A Delightful Jacobean Carved & Parcel Gilt Oak Term. The elaborately carved piece having a scrolled capital above an arched gallery niche enclosing the figure of a musician strumming a lute, with a seated dog blowing a horn below, and a small recessed panel backed in gilding to the base, fitted with a gilt metal mount with socket (probably for a sconce), 26½ ins (67 cms) high, 4 ins (10 cms) wide.*

    Sold For: £380

  • LOT NUMBER 3

    A Pair of Carved & Arcaded Oak Panel Doors Circa 1600. Each door having a recessed arch-topped niche centred by an applied relief carved bust of a lady to one door and gentleman to the other, flanked by stop-fluted pilasters with scroll capitals surmounted by fanned shell motifs, 12 ins x 17 ins (31 cms x 17 cms),

    Sold For: £500

  • LOT NUMBER 4

    A Long 17th Century Carved Oak Rail decorated with a band of foliate S-scrolls with strap-work initials MM and date 1676 to the centre, displayed against a pitted ground. The 3 ins x 1½ ins (7.5 cm x 4 cms) timber measuring 72 ins (183 cms) in length including pierced tenon joints each end.*

    Sold For: £180

  • LOT NUMBER 5

    A Late 17th Century Carved Oak Coffer. The frieze rail carved with initials CS and date 1698 defined against a pitted ground and flanked by foliate S-scrolls. The central panel ornamented with geometric cushion front mouldings, between two carved botanical side panels emblazoned with flowering plants. The muntins & stiles with zig-zagged punchwork running down the channel moulding. The interior fitted with a lidded candle box. 24 ins (61 cms) high, 51 ins (130 cms) wide, 20 ins (51 cms) deep.*

    Sold For: £400

  • LOT NUMBER 6

    A Large 17th Century Leather bombard stamped 'JOB' along the stitched handle seam, and measuring 15 ins (38 cms) in height.*

    Sold For: £750

  • LOT NUMBER 7

    An 18th Century Leather Bombard painted with a crown above a pair of reflected 'L's to the front, 14 ½ ins (37 cms) in height.*

    Sold For: £2000

  • LOT NUMBER 8

    A Late 18th/Early 19th Century Leather Black Jack with cylindrical tin liner, 7½ ins (29 cms) in height.*

    Sold For: £200

  • LOT NUMBER 9

    A Good Late 17th/Early 18th Century Leather Bombard, 14 ins (35.5 cms) in height.*

    Sold For: £1700

  • LOT NUMBER 10

    A 17th Century Leather Bombard with simple punched decoration to the front, 14½ ins (37 cms) in height.*

    Sold For: £1300



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