Auction Items

Period Oak and Country Furniture

  • Lot 321 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 321

    A Child's Boarded Oak Coffer. The lid on iron strap hinges having engrailed ends and a scribed border of scalloping with a chamfered edge. The front enriched with foliated S-scrolls, the initials EH & date 1699 either side of the integral rectangular chip carved escutcheon, defined against a cut-away pitted ground. Standing on shaped plank sides 28¾ ins (73 cms) wide, 16 ins (41 cms) high and 11 ins (28 cms) in depth. From Sir Alistair Graham's Collection, Lower Old Hall, Norland.

    Sold For: £780.00

  • Lot 322 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 322

    An Early 17th Century 'Glastonbury' Joined Oak Folding X-frame Chair. The back panel having a scrolling top above a pair of guilloché arches and carved lozenge motifs between run-moulded uprights with peaked finials. The shaped plank arms joined by removable pegs and leading down to the round turned front rail of the plank seat. Standing on X-form legs joined by a plain turned cross-stretcher.

    Sold For: £5200.00

  • Lot 323 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 323

    An Imposing Early 17th Century & Later Oak Full Tester Bed. The panelled tester with a nulled canopy frieze. The head board having four small horizontal panels to the top above two recessed dentil moulded panels enriched with geometric inlay and flanked by carved figural pilasters with protuberant S-scroll 'ear-pieces' either side, and two further horizontal panels of arabesque strapwork over four plain panels below. The heavy baluster turned foot posts with gadrooned bulbous swellings midway.

    Sold For: £7000.00

  • Lot 324 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 324

    An Oak Yorkshire Wainscot Chair. The shaped cresting rail carved with stylized leaves and scrolls to the lobed ends above shaped spandrels. The single panel having lozenge carving with fluttering pennant-like terminals and a pair of small hearts to the centre. The down swept scroll end arms resting on turned posts leading to the planked seat and cannon-barrel turned legs joined by peripheral stretchers with strengthening brackets to the front corners. From Sir Alistair Graham's Collection, Lower Old Hall, Norland.

    Sold For: £420.00

  • Lot 325 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 325

    An 18th Century Pine & Oak 'Shetland' Chair. The domed cresting rail having lobed terminals gouged with an edging line and carved with the initials IA 1753 above two back panels in a plain framework. The arms with tapering ends on baluster turned supports leading down to a later removable pine seat. The legs joined by pairs of stretchers with a twinned-baluster & ball turned stretcher to the front. From Sir Alistair Graham's Collection, Lower Old Hall, Norland.

    Sold For: £300.00

  • Lot 326 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 326

    A George II Red Walnut Tilt-top Table. The top measuring 29½ ins (75 cms) in diameter standing on a tapered ring-turned column and cabriole legs.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 327 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 327

    A 19th Century Oak Architectural Arcaded Display Stand having an hexagonal base with moulded edge and six turned columns bearing a domed canopy of imbricated tiles surmounted by a turned cap with an iron hanging ring, 26 ins (66 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £280.00

  • Lot 328 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 328

    A 17th Century Flemish Oak Barley-twist column with a carved Corinthian style capital, 51½ ins (131 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 329 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 329

    A Small Westmoreland Joined Oak Press Cupboard carved with the initials IDED and date 1704 along the frieze, flanked by foliated S-scrolls defined against a sunken pitted ground, with turned acorn pendant finials each end. The recessed upper cupboard having two moulded panel doors with turned wooden knop handles hung on iron strap hinged and flanking a centre panel. The lower cupboard with a single twin-panelled door on similar hinges with matching knop handle, flanked by panels either side and raised on tall run moulded stiles, 53 ins (135 cms) wide, 59½ (151 cms) tall and 27 ins (69 cms) deep with panelled sides.From Sir Alistair Graham's Collection, Lower Old Hall, Norland.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 330 | Period Oak and Country Furniture | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 330

    A Harlequin Set of Four Early 19th Century Bar-topped Ladder-back Chairs. Each chair with a curved cresting rail running over the top of the turned uprights flanking four graduated dome-top ladders. The plank seats on round turned tapering legs with pad & block feet joined by turned twin-baluster front stretchers with plain stretchers in pairs to the sides an back.

    Sold For: £0.00



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