Auction Items

Period Oak and Country Furniture

  • Lot 311 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 311

    A Late 19th Century Yew-wood Child's High Splat-back Windsor Armchair. The hoop back having a shaped upper splat with 'Xmas-tree' fret-work flanked by four spindles leading down to the three part arm bow with outswept pad terminals, and a lower pierced splat flanked by well-turned under arm supports. The elm seat with scribed edging line standing on baluster turned legs raised on ball feet & connected by a crinoline stretcher.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 312 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 312

    A 19th Century Child's Yew-wood Windsor Armchair. The hoop back having a pierced upper slat with stylized fleur-de-lis fretwork and lower keyhole fretted splat flanked by three spindles either side running through the arm bow with three further under arm spindles and a turned baluster support to the terminals. The elm seat on ring-turned baluster legs united by a crinoline stretcher.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 313 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 313

    A 19th Century Child's Yew-wood Windsor Armchair. The hoop back having a central upper splat pierced with stylized fleur-de-lis fretwork and a lower splat with pierced keyhole, flanked by two long spindles either side and two further under-arm spindles with turned baluster end supports. The elm seat on ring-turned baluster legs united by a crinoline stretcher.

    Sold For: £880.00

  • Lot 314 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 314

    A Set of Twelve 'Smoking High' Windsor Armchairs. Each chair having a hoop back centred by a pierced 'Christmas-tree' splat and flanked by four spindles either side leading down to the raised centre section of the three part arm bow with outswept pad arms. The pierced lower splat flanked by well turned spindles with an elm seat on decoratively turned baluster legs united by a turned double barred H-form stretcher.

    Sold For: £3800.00

  • Lot 315 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 315

    A 19th Century Primitive Ash & Elm Child's Comb Back Armchair. The rustic turned top rail pierced by four back spindles; the outer two morticed into the arms with supporting posts piercing the ends leading down to a thick rectangular seat on short stick legs.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 316 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 316

    An Early 19th Century Primitive Oak Low Pedestal Table, probably Cornish, having a circular top 17 ins (43 cms) in diameter fixed to a turned column leading down to a stool-type base with substantial circular block on four splayed stick legs 20 ins (51 cms) in height. Possibly a lacemaker's lampstand. Fine colour and patination.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 317 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 317

    A Late 18th/Early 19th Century Child's Ash Armchair. The hooped bentwood back rail pierced with square restraining bar holes to the ends, on three chamfered uprights leading down to the D-shaped block seat with bevelled under-edge on four short stick legs.

    Sold For: £860.00

  • Lot 318 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 318

    An Early 17th Century and later Oak Court Cupboard. The heavy moulded top having a chip-carved edge & dentilation to the under edge above two cupboard doors flanking a central panel all inlaid with lozenge motifs and framed in carved guilloché bands enriched with punchwork. The divides having channel moulding. The overhanging top supported on turned posts with palmate carving and fluting below flat Ionic scroll capitals. The lower cupboard having a moulded panel door to the centre & panels either side with inlay echoing the door above and similar channel moulded muntins above a well shaped rail raised on palmate columns leading down to a planked pot-shelf below and a scallop-edged base rail decorated with gouge carved lunettes and punchwork, 55 ins (140 cms) in width, 61 ins (155 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £2000.00

  • Lot 319 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 319

    A Late 17th/Early 18th Century Joined Oak Clothes Press. The standing cupboard having a moulded cornice above a frieze of foliated S-scrolls and two large panelled doors; the horizontal upper panels enriched with S-scrolls of foliage issuing flowers & fruit; the lower vertical panels carved with daisy heads framed in lozenges with fluttering pennant like terminals edged in two strips of applied moulding with palmate carved vertical divides. The lower box form base having three cushion fronted geometrically-moulded panels with split appliqués adorning the muntins and two moulded cushion front drawers below, 60 ins (152 cms) wide, 76½ ins (194 cms) high, 23 ins (59 cms) deep. From Sir Alistair Graham's Collection, Lower Old Hall, Norland.

    Sold For: £2100.00

  • Lot 320 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 320

    A Late 17th Century Oak Court Cupboard. The top moulding carved with interlocking tulip-heads enhanced with punch work above a row of wrythen whorls tied in a guilloché band. The two cupboard doors and central panel inlaid with lozenge bands framed in gouge carved moulding with guilloché bands of whorls to the muntins and similar ornamentation to the tapering side columns. The lower cupboard enclosing shelved behind two large doors hung on iron 'cock-head' hinges and divided by a run moulded framework into four panels inlaid with lozenge bands. Standing 60 ins (152 cms) wide and 64 ins (163 cms) in height on low stiles. From Sir Alistair Graham's Collection, Lower Old Hall, Norland.

    Sold For: £0.00



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