Period Oak, Funiture and Effects
A Collection of Hearth-side Ironware: Three 18th Century wrought iron chimney cranes, a hanging pot stand, a pair of fire dogs with lady bust finials, a large cast iron circular griddle with side handle,17 in (43 cms) in diameter.
Sold For: £50
Two Wrought Iron Chimney Cranes and a Pendant Game Hanger.
Sold For: £80
A Pair of 18th Century Wrought Iron Cresset-topped Fire Dogs with spit hooks to the stems, 26 ims (66 cms) in height.
Sold For: £20
A Wrought Iron Floor Standing Adjustable Candlestand on tripod base 67¼ ins (171 cms) in height. A wrought iron tripod rushnip 20 ins (51 cms) in height. A pair of iron tripod side lamp bases, 30 ins (76 cms) high, A triple knopped iron tripod lamp with velum style shade 24 ins (61 cms) high. A cast iron pricket base with distressed paintwork finish, 21½ ins (55 cms) high, and an iron twin branch wall mount.
Sold For: £35
Two Cast Iron Kingsworthy Foundary Arch-topped Fire Backs: One emblazoned with a lion & unicorn crest, 26 ins x 21 ins (66 cm x 53 cms), the other with a heraldic twin-headed eagle, 29 ins x 25 ins (74 cm x 63.5 cms).
Sold For: £60
A Small 18th Century Boarded Oak Box of rectangular form with iron strap hinges, hasp and lockplate, 8¼ x 14½ x 8¾ in (21 x 37 x 22 cm).
Sold For: £300
An Unusual 18th Century Boarded Upright Tapering Box with original carrying handle and catch to the sliding lid, 13½ in (34 cm) high, 7¼ x 7 in (18.5 x 18 cm).
Sold For: £0
A Pair of 17th Century Oak Caryatids. The gadrooned capitals above the upper bodies of a bearded Altante and bare breasted companion; their arms folded above their bellies, rising from short tapered pillars, 14½ ins x 5½ ins (37 cm x 14 cms).
Sold For: £260
A Pair of 19th Century Carved Treen Candlesticks, possibly Irish. The bulbous candle sockets carved with shamrocks and raised on chip carved diaper work columns and circular feet bordered in a wreath of ivy leaves, 8 in (20 cm) in height.
Sold For: £160
An Edwardian Letter Rack with paper ownership labels adhered to the sides; 'Beechfield Place, Winchfield, Hants' alongside amorial crests. An 18th/early 19th century burrwood tray on turned feet, 8½ in (21 cms) square. A 19th century carved oak Satyr's face mask, 7½ in x 6½ in (19 cm x 17 cms). And a small 18th century boarded oak box having an edge moulded lid on wire hinges with a wire catch to the front, 4½ ins x 12½ ins x 7 ins (11.5 cm x 32 cms x 18 cms).
Sold For: £220
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