Auction Items

Period Oak, Funiture and Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 41

    A Pair of 16th Century Oak Panels carved with Gothic tracery, 14¾ in x 11½ in (38 cm x 29 cm) and 15¼ in x 11½ in (39 cm x 29 cm).

    Sold For: £400

  • LOT NUMBER 42

    A Large Oak Five Fold Screen carved with Gothic style tracery. Each panel emblazoned with four roundels radiating wrythen segments of trefoils and quatrefoils. The panels connected by iron rod hinges, 78½ ins x 21 ins (200 cms x 53 cms).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 43

    A Relief Carved Oak Panel centred by a leaping dog in a cartouche flanked by winged caryatids, 9 in x 30¾ in (23 cms x 78 cms).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 44

    A Pair of 17th Century Arcaded Oak Panels carved with winged figures beneath gadrooned arches and adorned with turned bosses to the corners 19 ins x 12½ ins (48 cms x 32 cms), and a small Romayne panel carved with a portrait roundel 11 ins x 8¼ ins (28 cm x 21 cms).

    Sold For: £240

  • LOT NUMBER 45

    A Pair of Late 16th Century Arcaded Oak Panels carved in relief with female figures personifying Hope and Fortitude, enriched with residual gilding. The panels set in moulded frames 19¼ ins x 13¼ ins (49 cm x 34 cms).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 46

    A Set of Four 17th Century Oak Panels carved in relief with figures amongst swirling clouds, 10¼ ins x 11¾ ins (26 cms x 30 cms).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 47

    A 17th Century Carved Oak Coffer Front. The centre panel depicting a Centurion conveyed by a horse drawn chariot between moulded and richly carved rails, with angel-headed palmate pilasters flanked by baluster mouldings either side, 30 in (76 cm) high, 53 in (135 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £600

  • LOT NUMBER 48

    A 17th Century Carved Oak Coffer Front. The centre panel depicting Abraham's Sacrifice flanked by angel headed palmate panels and baluster moulded pilasters enriched with further carving, 24½ in (62 cm) high, 50 in (127 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £600

  • LOT NUMBER 49

    A 19th Century Carved Sgabello-type Hall Chair. The back carved with a scallop shell above depiction of a tower in a cartouche, flanked by profiled caryatids baring their breasts. The plank seat with turned roundel to the centre and and foliate carved edge moulding standing on pierced supports carved in the form of serpentine creatures with entwined foliate sprouting tails. 42 ins (107 cms) high.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 50

    A Late 17th Century Italian Cassoné. The front and sides having moulded panels boldly carved with scrolling foliage, and cherub headed pendant garland appliqués to the sides and a scrolling keyhole surround to the centre. The gadrooned base on carved lion paw feet, 24½ in (62 cm) high, 62 in (157.5 cm) wide, 21 in (53.5 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £1300



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