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Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects

  • Lot 211 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 211

    A George I / II Walnut & Parcel Gilt Wall Mirror. The rectangular glass plate in a shaped frame edged with carved giltwood egg & dart moulding enriched with sprays of acanthus sprouting up the sides from the base, with break corners to the top surmounted by a fine swan-neck pediment; the scroll terminals adorned with rosette roundels flanking a crested cartouche finial, 58 ins x 28 ins (147 cm x 71 cms).

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 212 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 212

    A Pair of Fine George I Irish Walnut Chairs. The back rails having dipped voluted scroll tops enhanced by carved scallop shell motifs above broad shaped splats with scroll crested sides. The generous spoon shaped seats covered in fine embroidered foliate fabric and contained in moulded surrounds raised on well swept cabriole legs carved with C-scrolls, shell motifs above pendant fleur-de-lis, terminating on fine ball & claw feet. 39½ ins (100 cms) high, 22 ins (56 cms) wide.

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 213 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 213

    A Superb Queen Anne Burr Walnut Veneered & Feather-banded Bureau Bookcase of particularly slender proportions, fine colour and patination. The top section having a cavetto moulded cornice above a mirrored door with bevelled edge and re-entrant upper corners, illuminated by a central candle-slide below. The door opening to reveal adjustable book shelves sliding into side grooves. The bureau base with lip-moulded fall front enclosing cubby holes, drawers and a small central cupboard. The flap supported on side lopers flanking two short top drawers over three long drawers fitted with brass ring handles on roundel mounts and oval escutcheons. Standing on bracket feet 76 in (193 cms) high, 24 in (61 cm) wide, 19 in (48.5) deep.

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 214 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 214

    A Fine & Rare Laburnum Table, Circa 1715. The striped timbers of rich contrasting colours. The rectangular top having raised moulding to the edge and re-entrant corners above a shallow cock-beaded frieze standing on slender square cabriole legs with pointed pad feet, 26 ins (66 cms) high, 28½ ins (72 cms) long, 19¾ ins (50 cms) wide.

    Sold For: £2000

  • Lot 215 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 215

    A Very Rare Late 17th Century Miniature Table Clock by John Ebsworth London with quarter pull repeat striking three bells. The ebonised case having a caddy top with moulded edges surmounted by a foliate cast handle above rectangular glazed sides and a moulded base on low block feet. The 4 inch (10 cm) square brass dial adorned with winged cherub head spandrels to the corners, surrounding a silvered chapter ring with an outer minute track with Arabic numerals every five minutes, around Roman numeral hour counters interspersed by fleur de lys half-hour marks, and an inner quarter hour track. The finely matted centre with chamfered date aperture and blued steel hands. The movement with rectangular plates measuring just 4¾ in x 3¾ in (12 cm x 9.5 cm) united by five pinned baluster-shaped pillars, with twin gut fusees, the going train terminating in a verge escapement and the strike train with rack strike on a bell, with pull quarter repeat on a run of three bells and hammers via a pull cord set to the right hand side. The backplate engraved with scrolling foliage and flowerheads incorporating a cartouche inscribed 'John Ebsworth, Londini Fecit within a leaf border, mounted with outside clicks and a strike silent hand in the top left hand corner giving two options 'It will not Str.' and 'It will'. Together with a pierced brass foliate winding key and two case keys. 10 in (26 cms) high.

    Sold For: £12500

  • Lot 216 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 216

    A Early 18th Century Walnut Veneered Bureau Bookcase. The upper section having a moulded cornice above two doors inset with domed topped bevelled mirror panels edged in D-moulding with candle slides below and painted embellishments to the upper corners. The burr-figured fall front inlaid with feather banding in a cross-banded border. The interior fitted with drawers and stepped cubby holes with a sliding lid to the centre accessing the two frieze drawers below. The two short and three long graduated drawers edged in cock-beading with brass swing handles on pierced flower head mounts, standing on bracket feet, 79 in (201 cm) high, 38 in (97 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 217 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 217

    A Charming Queen Anne Oak Bureau of small proportions. The fall front edged in twin reed moulding, opening to reveal a fitted interior housing pigeon holes and stepped drawers flanking a sliding lid with stationary well to the frieze below. The two short and two long lower drawers having reeded moulding to the divides and replacement swing handles on winged back-plates engraved with foliate decoration. Standing a modest 35 in (89 cm) high, 26¾ in (86 cm) wide and 17 in (43 cm) deep on bracket feet.

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 218 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 218

    An Early 18th Century Oak Bureau Bookcase. The upper section having two doors inlaid with marquetry compass stars with a single candle slide below and applied twin arched moulding above. The moulding breakfront cornice surmounted by three turned finials. The bureau base with sloped fall front on side lopers opening to reveal a stepped inlaid of small drawers and pigeon holes flanking an inlaid cupboard. The four long graduated drawers below with D-moulding to the divides, standing on turned bun feet 78½ in (200 cm) high, 33 in (84 cm) wide, 19¼ in (49 cm) in depth.

    Sold For: £950

  • Lot 219 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 219

    A Welsh 18th Century Oak Longcase Clock by Watkin Owen of Llanrwst. The eight day movement having a 10¼ in (26 cm) wide brass dial with scrolls of foliage engraved to the arch around the makers name, and scrolling spandrels incorporating cherubs bearing crowns adorning the corners. The steel chapter ring marked with Arabic numeral five minute counters encircling Roman numeral hour marks and steel centre with subsidiary seconds dial, calendar aperture and engraved foliate sprays flanking the winding holes. The case of superb colour and patination having a flat topped hood with stop fluted side columns, the trunk with further stop fluting to the canted sides flanking a shaped lip-moulded door, 72 in (183 cm) high.

    Sold For: £3800

  • Lot 220 | Period Oak, Paintings, Carvings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 220

    An 18th Century Oak Lowboy. The edge moulded top above a shaped apron housing three lip moulded drawers with mahogany cross-banding and brass swing handles on winged back-plate embellished with punchwork. Standing on round turned legs with raised brackets adorning the hips, tapering down to pad foot terminals, 27½ in (70 cm) high, 29 in (74 cm) wide, 18 in (46 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £0



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