Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects
An Early 19th Century Turned Beechwood Doll's Chair. The simulated bamboo spindles enhanced with line painted nodes, 13½ in (34 cm) high, 7½ in (19 cm) wide.
Sold For: £300
A Late 18th Century Iron Table Rushnip. The hinged jaw having a counter weight on an upswept side arm above a baluster stem driven into a wooden chamfered block base, 11 in (28 cm) in height.
Sold For: £180
A Late 16th/ Early 17th Century Oak Term carved with an Atlante with wild windswept hair and folded arms, 13½ in x 4 in (34 cm x 10 cm).
Sold For: £120
A 19th Century Ash & Elm Rush-Seat Spindle-Back Rocking Chair.
Sold For: £80
A 19th Century Lancashire Dales Turned Ash & Alder Child's Spindle-back Armchair with a woven sea-grass seat, 23½ in (60 cm) in height, 15 in (38 cm) in width.
Sold For: £90
An 18th Century Oak Side Table. The two plank top having a moulded edge and re-entrant front corners above a cock-beaded frieze drawer retaining original brass swan-neck handles and oval escutcheon, standing on cabriole legs. The frieze rail incised with initials ME. One rear leg with old riveted sheet metal repair. 70 in (27.5 cm) high, 29½ in (76 cm) wide, 18 in (46 cm) deep.
Sold For: £0
A Large 18th Century Oak Bureau. The sloped fall front on side loper supports, edged in twin reed moulding and opening to reveal a stepped interior fitted with pigeon holes above serpentine front drawers with a sliding lid accessing the frieze compartment below. The two short and two long drawers with brass lined keyholes and reeded moulding to the borders. Standing on bun feet 39½ in (100 cm) high, 38 in (97 cm) wide, 22½ in (57 cm) deep.
Sold For: £260
A Pair of 19th Century Thames Valley Wheel-back Windsor Side Chairs. The hooped ash backs centred by pierced fruitwood splats with wheel motifs flanked by spindles. The elm seats with scribed edging lines standing on baluster turned legs united by H-form stretchers.
Sold For: £60
A Late 18th/Early 19th Century Joined Oak Cricket Table. The round two plank top standing on three diamond section legs united by a planked triangular under-shelf, 27 in (68.5 cm) high, 24½ ins (62 cm) in diameter.
Sold For: £900
An Early 19th Century Oval Supper Tray fitted with a set of Blue & White Herculaneum Pottery Pearlware Dishes. The dishes transfer printed with Etruscan figures & charioteers in a Grecian key border with oval figural vignettes and edged with ochre glazed rim lines. Comprising of a central comport raised on a pedestal foot and surrounded by four segment dishes (one A/F). The mahogany tray with brass carrying handles, 23 in x 17½ in ( 58 cm x 44 cm).
Sold For: £360
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