Auction Items

Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects

  • Lot 383 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 383

    A 19th Century Blue & White Transfer Printed Comport. The circular top decorated with a country scene depicting two men fishing in river to the fore, cattle grazing on far bank and abbey ruins in the distance. Standing on a low pedestal foot 2¾ in (7 cm) high, 11½ in (29 cm) in diameter.

    Sold For: £35

  • Lot 384 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 384

    An Unusual Heavy Hand-blown Clear Glass Goblet, possibly a sweet meat glass. The bowl with a moulded rim above a knopped stem and collared foot, 6½ in (16 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £70

  • Lot 385 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 385

    A 19th Century Enamelled Glass Jug. The baluster body decorated with a 16th century man with plumed hat and sword, and interspersed with dotted floral motifs below a rim band of trefoils, 8½ in (21.5 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 386 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 386

    A Large 19th Century Double-tiered Clear Glass Apothecary Show Globe. The ovoid principal jar on a pedestal foot stoppered by a subsidiary bottle with finial stopper, 26 in (66 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 387 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 387

    A 19th Century Yew Wood Low Hoop-backed Windsor Armchair, attributed to Lincolnshire. The hoop back above decoratively pierced upper & lower splat flanked by eight long spindled piercing the arm bow with six further underarm spindles and bentwood end posts. The elm seat on turned legs united by a turned H-form stretcher.

    Sold For: £180

  • Lot 388 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 388

    A 19th Century Child's Hoop-back Windsor Armchair. The bentwood ash hoop back above six long spindles piercing a three part arm bow flanked by four further underarm spindles and bent wood end supports. The elm seat on turned baluster legs united by a turned H-form stretcher. The back reinforced with metal strap brackets, 30 in (76 cm) high, 17½ in (44 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £360

  • Lot 389 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 389

    A Fine 18th Century Montgomeryshire Oak Dresser & Rack. The rack with a dentil moulded top above two open backed plate shelves and a box fronted ledge fitted with two small spice drawers; one to each side. The base housing three cock-beaded drawers above a moulding strip and serpentine apron raised on six baluster supports leading down to a pot board with moulded edge on square block feet, 74 in (188 cm) high, 76¾ in (195 cm) wide, 17¾ in (45 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £2900

  • Lot 390 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 390

    An 18th Century Oak Gateleg Table. The oval top above a drawer each end, standing on turned legs and gates with decorative baluster turned stretchers and pear-shaped feet, 29 in (74 cm) high, 41½ in x 46 in (105 cm x 117 cm).

    Sold For: £120

  • Lot 391 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 391

    A Set of Wheel-back Windsor Kitchen Dining Chairs comprising of one armchair and six side chairs, early 20th century. The hoop backs having a pierced centre splat with wheel motif flanked by six stick spindles; the side chairs with a pair of additional splayed spindles leading down to a wedge shaped projection to the rear of the seat. Standing on turned legs united by H-form stretchers.

    Sold For: £280

  • Lot 392 | Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 392

    An 18th Century Swiss Cooking Pot. The oval body having a slot over lid with a central handle, crowned edge of raised lappets and engraved inscription; 'P.A. COLLAUIN FONDEUR A.GENEVE' 1714. Standing on three legs with pad feet 10 ins (25.5 cm) high, 11 in x 8½ in (28 cm x 22 cm).

    Sold For: £120



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