Auction Items

Period Oak and Country Furniture

  • Lot 301 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 301

    An 18th Century Oak Box Commode/Stool having a square hinged lid with applied ogee moulding to the edge enclosing a box compartment. The sides with well shaped lower frieze standing on square legs, 16½ ins (42 cms) wide, 19½ ins (50 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £450.00

  • Lot 302 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 302

    A Good Mid 18th Century Joined Oak Coffer Bach. The edge moulded top measuring 22½ x 11½ ins (57 cms x 29 cms) and enclosing a box compartment. The base fitted with a long lip-moulded drawer raised on bracket feet, 17 ins (43 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 303 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 303

    A Fine Mid 18th Century Oak Spice Cupboard of good colour and patination having an ogee moulded top above a cross-banded door inlaid with a compass star, opening to reveal an arcaded centre compartment surrounded by various sized drawers. The moulded base fitted with three cock-beaded drawers, the brass swing handles on shaped backplates ornamented with punchwork, 20 ins (51 cms) wide, 27½ ins (70 cms) tall.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 304 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 304

    A Late 17th Century Oak Spice Cupboard having a cavetto moulded top above a geometrically moulded panel door opening to reveal an internal shelf (lower partition missing) with a panelled drawer below. Standing on a moulded base 22 ins x 17 ins x 11 ins (56 cms x 43 cms x 28 cms).

    Sold For: £850.00

  • Lot 305 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 305

    A Late 17th/Early 18th Century Child's Oak Coffer. The plank lid measuring 34 ins x 13½ ins (86 cms x 34 cms) on replacement hinges with a candle box inside. The triple panelled front standing on groove moulded stiles and plank sides 21 ins (53 cms) in height. The lock-plate stamped TBRIG.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 306 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 306

    A Pair of Joined Oak Lancashire/Cheshire Back Stools Circa 1680-1720. The domed top rails carved with scrolling flowers and foliage above a recessed edge-moulded back panel enriched with fruiting vines and scrolls encircling marigold blooms. The plain uprights with small pyramid finials. The planked seats having moulded edges and standing on ball-turned legs with a high elongated ball & reel-turned front stretcher and plain stretchers to the sides and rear. From Sir Alistair Graham's Collection, Lower Old Hall, Norland.

    Sold For: £650.00

  • Lot 307 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 307

    A Set of Four Yew-wood Low Splat back Windsor Armchairs by George Nicholson (flourished 1831-41). The pierced upper & lower splat flanked by three long spindles with three further underarm spindles either side and baluster turned end supports leading down to the elm seats stamped NICHOLSON ROCKLEY along the edge. The baluster turned legs united by crinoline stretchers.

    Sold For: £4600.00

  • Lot 308 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 308

    A Fine High Decorative Splat Back Windsor Armchair by Frederick Walker Rockley (flourished 1823-71). The upper and lower central splat pierced with intricate fretwork and flanked by four long spindles either side with three further underarm spindles and turned end supports leading down to an elm seat stamped F.WALKER ROCKLEY along the edge. The turned baluster legs joined by a crinoline stretcher.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 309 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 309

    A Fabulous Quality 18th Century Richly Patinated Yew-wood Hoop-back Windsor Armchair attributed to the Thames Valley area. The centre splat intricately pierced and flanked by three long spindles and an outer bar either side running through the arm bow and four further underarm spindles with bent-wood end supports. The elm seat with scribed edging line standing on four well-swept cabriole legs united by a crinoline under-stretcher.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 310 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 310

    A Pair of Fine Nottinghamshire Yew wood High-backed Windsor Armchairs by George Nicholson (fl. 1831-41). The fretted upper and lower central splats flanked by four long spindles either side with three further tapering underarm spindles and baluster turned end supports. The elm seats stamped NICHOLSON ROCKLEY along the edge and standing on baluster legs united by crinoline stretchers.

    Sold For: £0.00



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