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Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings, Country Furniture and Effects


    A 19th Century Leather Bucket with stitched side seam, circular foot and an iron rim sewn within a leather border band. The strap handle attached by iron rings, 12 in (31 cm) high [handle down], 11½ in (29 cm) in diameter.

    Sold For: £200


    Five 18th Century Style Wrought Iron Lights: Two Peermen/Rush Holders with sprung wavy strap jaws above a tripod base, 19 in (48 cm) and 17 in (43 cm) in height. Another Peerman/Candleholder with a candle socket above a looped split holder on a twisted stem and tripod base with scroll feet, 18½ in (47 cm) in height. And two Tripod Candle-holders with coiled cylindrical candle sockets and round dished drip pans, 11½ in (29 cm) high and 8½ in (22 m) high.

    Sold For: £200


    A Large & Imposing 16th Century Boarded Oak Coffer with original iron lock, 30½ in (77.5 cm) high, 64 in (163 cm) in length, 20¼ in (52 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £0


    A Pair of Good 19th Century Oak Turner's Chairs in the 17th century style with triangular seats and turned components, 34½ in (88 cm) high, 26¾ in (68 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £0


    A George II Boarded Elm Desk Box lined in a printed recruitment poster for the Battle of Baksar 1757, 9½ in (24 cm) high, 26 in (66 cm) wide, 17 in (43 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £220


    An 18th Century Joined Oak Gateleg Table. The oval top with drop leaves standing on turned legs and plain gates united by block stretchers and terminating on turned toes, 28 in (71 cm) high, 48½ in (123 cm) wide, 15¼ in (39 cm) deep [flaps down], 58 in (148 cm) [flaps up].

    Sold For: £170


    A Charles II Oak Low Dresser. The planked top with moulded edge above three fielded frieze drawers edged in moulding and raised on baluster & block legs terminating on turned feet. The drawers with brass escutcheons and later brass swing handles, 32 in (81 cm) high, 69½ in (177 cm) wide, 23 in (58 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £0


    A Late 18th/Early 19th Century Lancashire Bar-topped Ladder Back Chair with rush seat, standing on turned legs with pad feet joined by a bulbous twin baluster turned front stretcher and plain turned stretchers to the sides and rear.

    Sold For: £50

  • LOT NUMBER 100

    A Small Early 18th Century Walnut Gateleg Table, Circa 1700. The oval drop leaf top standing on column turned legs and gates, 26 in (66 cm) high, 33½ in x 29 in (85 cm x 74 cm).

    Sold For: £440

  • LOT NUMBER 101

    A Set of Four Attractive 18th Century Joined Oak Dining Chairs, Circa 1720. Each chair having a carved cresting rail enriched with C-scrolls of foliage above a broad shaped central splat flanked by moulded uprights. The plank seats on ball knopped legs united by a multi-baluster turned front stretcher and plain rails to the sides and rear.

    Sold For: £950

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