Period Oak, Funiture and Effects
An Oak Wainscot Chair. The triple-humped top rail gouge carved with fanned reeds arced over a central flower-head and palmate sides, above a lunette carved upper panel and lozenge carved principal panel. The dividing rail dated 1559. The downswept arms on turned posts leading down to a planked seat and turned legs united by peripheral stretchers. 44 in (112 cm) high, the seat 16½ in (42 cm) high, 23 in (58.5 cm) wide.
Sold For: £2000
A 17th Century Joint Stool with chip carved rails on twin ball knopped column legs united by peripheral stretchers and terminating on turned toes, 20 in (51 cm) high, 17½ x 10½ in (45 x 27 cm).
Sold For: £650
A Small 17th Century Joined Oak Coffer. The triple panelled lid with channel moulded frame on original staple hinges opening to reveal a candle trough to one end. The frieze rail adorned with lunette carving enhanced by punchwork, above two panels raised on channel moulded stiles, 22 in (56 cm) high, 37½ in (95 cm) wide, 19 in (48 cm) deep.
Sold For: £450
A 17th Century Glass Cabinet. The lunette carved top moulding above a scalloped twin arch frieze and two open shelves edged in scalloped rails, 25 in (64 cms) in height, 30 in (76 cms) overall width.
Sold For: £2500
A Pair of 17th Century Style Brass Heemskerk Candlesticks, 7 ins (18 cms) high.
Sold For: £80
A Pair of 18th Century Brass Candlesticks with knopped octagonal stems and square canted bases, 8 ins (20 cms) in height.
Sold For: £70
A Pair of 19th Century Brass 'Brighton Bun' Travelling Candlesticks, the sockets centring dished bases, unscrewing and pairing together to form a 'bun-shaped' case. 4¼ ins (10.5 cms) in diameter.
Sold For: £0
A 17th Century Style Brass Trumpet Based Candlestick. The flanged socket stamped GE, integrated into a ribbed cylindrical stem with drip pan above a trumpet shaped base, 7 ins (18 cms) in height.
Sold For: £550
A 17th Century Sheet Brass Candlestick; The flanged socket integrated into a hollow column cluster stem above a wide circular foot, 9½ in (24 cms) in height.
Sold For: £1400
Two Early 18th Century Brass Candlesticks: One Circa 1710-20, with repaired socket above a baluster knopped stem leading down to a stepped octagonal base, 7½ ins (19 cms) high. The other a Heemskerk candlestick, Circa 1730-40 having a 'tulip socket' set upon a blade & baluster knop, with an inverted acorn knop below the drip pan leading down to a circular foot, 8½ ins (22 cms) in height.+
Sold For: £90
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