Auction Items

Period Oak, Funiture and Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 91

    A 19th Century Painted Folk Art Box of rectangular form. The domed lid naively painted with birds flanking a basket of flowers & fruit. The sides with swagged drapery and further birds, flowers and fruit on a dark back ground, 12 in (30 cm) high, 25½ in (65 cm) wide, 13 in (33 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £500

  • LOT NUMBER 92

    A 19th Century Leather Fire Bucket with painted armorial crest.

    Sold For: £150

  • LOT NUMBER 93

    A 19th Century Folk Art Spoon Rack. The back board with integral handle pierced with a hanging hole to the top, above three rails; each pierced with four spoon slots naively decorated with foliate designs, 15¾ ins (40 cms) high, 8¾ ins (22 cms) wide.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 94

    Two 19th Century Miniature Chairs and two stools (A/F). A spindle backed armchair with a faux bamboo frame and painted stringing to the seat, 13¼ ins (34 cms) high, 8 ins (20 cms) wide. A Dales spindle back rush seat chair 12 ins (31 cms) high, 8¼ ins (21 cms) wide. A rustic stool with D-ended elm seat on four splayed legs 5 ins (13 cms) high, 10 ins (26 cms) wide. A turned round topped stool on baluster legs with traces of paintwork 5 ins (13 cms) high, 4½ ins (11.5 cms) in diameter.

    Sold For: £300

  • LOT NUMBER 95

    American Primitive School. An Early 19th Century Watercolour on Card; Still life depicting an oriental vase of flowers, 20 x 15 in (51 cm x 38 cm). Contained within a 19th century birdseye maple frame 23½ x 18 in (60 cm x 46 cm).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 96

    A Pretty 19th Century Pine Hanging Corner Cupboard with painted decoration. The moulded top above an ogee arched panel door ornamented with painted garlands of Marguerite daisies & ivy flanked by canted sides with recessed panels adorned with further trailing flowers.

    Sold For: £100

  • LOT NUMBER 97

    A Small 19th Century Provincial Painted Chest of Drawers. The thick scrubbed sycamore top above three long drawers with turned knob handles standing on square block stiles and retaining old green paintwork. 30 ins (76 cms) high, 33½ ins (85 cms) wide, 21½ ins (55 cms) deep.

    Sold For: £1200

  • LOT NUMBER 98

    A Small 19th Century Rusticated Bench of painted pine. The back carved with brickwork and having applied panel moulding to the front. The planked seat between shaped slab ends terminating on sledge feet (from a house in Rutland originally designed by architect John Nash).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 99

    A 19th Century Painted Pine Metamorphic Chair/Step Ladder and a 20th Century kitchen stool. The chair with flaking white over green paint-work, three bobbin spindles to the back between reel turned rails flanked by baluster uprights, and a hinged plank seat folding over to form a three tread step ladder on turned supports, 29 in (73.5 cms) in height. The stool with an oval seat on four turned and splayed legs united by turned stretchers. 22½ in (57 cms) high, 14 ins x 10 in (36.5 cm x 25.5 cms).

    Sold For: £40

  • LOT NUMBER 100

    An 18th Century Provincial Elm Bench having a wavy cut back rail above a row of stick spindles, and a long plank seat morticed through shaped end supports, 35½ ins (90 cms) high, 63 ins (160 cms) long, 12 ins (30 cms) deep.

    Sold For: £0



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