Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings and Country Effects
A Good Late 18th/Early 19th Century Boarded Oak Spoon Rack with mahogany cross-banding. The shaped back board having two slotted spoon rails above a box compartment with sliding lid and base drawer with brass stud handle, 29¾ in (75.5 cm) high, 13½ in (34 cm) wide, 4¾ in (12 cm) deep.
Sold For: £560
A Queen Anne Style Oak Low Dresser inlaid with mahogany cross-banding. The top having a moulded edge above three cock-beaded frieze drawers fitted with brass swing handles on decoratively pierced back plates, above a fretted serpentine apron raised on cabriole legs with pad foot terminals, 31 in (79 cm) high, 71 in (181 cm) wide, 17¾ in (45 cm) deep.
Sold For: £460
A 19th Century Mahogany Comb-back Windsor Armchair of generous proportions. The cresting rail above eight long stick spindles flanked by six further underarm spindles and end splat supports below the out-swept pad terminals of the arm-bow. The moulded seat on cabriole legs united by a turned H-form stretcher, 42 in (107 cm) high, 28½ in (72 cm) wide.
Sold For: £800
Six Staffordshire Flat-back Figures: A large Victorian spill vase modelled as a huntsman with bow and doe at his side, 17½ in (44.5 cm) high. A bagpiper and lady sat above a painted clock dial 13 in (33 cm) high, and a later copy of the same subject 14 ins (36 cm) in height. A lady stood above a pair of reclining sheep with granulated fleeces, 10½ in (27 cm) in height. Two reproduction spill vases with girl, boy and goat, 7½ in (19 cm) high.
Sold For: £50
A Set of Six Georgian Ash & Elm 'Country Hepplewhite' Dining Chairs, attributed to East Anglia, Circa 1790-1830. The humped top rails above shaped decoratively pierced centre splats. The upholstered seats now covered in a pale eau-de-nil velvet edged with braid standing on square tapering legs united by peripheral stretchers.
Sold For: £190
A Late Georgian Oak Lowboy. The rectangular top with moulded edge above a central shallow frieze drawer flanked by deeper side drawers all edged in cockbeading and fitted into a shaped apron standing on square chamfered legs, 27¾ in (71 cm) high, 35½ in (90 cm) wide, 19½ in (49 cm) deep.
Sold For: £220
A Late 18th Century Joined Oak Low Dresser. The single piece top with twin reed edge above three frieze drawers and a serpentine apron rail standing on square legs, 34 in (87 cm) high, 71¼ in (181 cm) wide, 17¼ in (44 cm) deep.
Sold For: £600
A Set of Four Rush-seats 'Button-back' Oak Dining Chairs, attributed to East Anglia, Circa 1800-1840. The plain top rails above two horizontal splats sandwiching three turned ball 'buttons'. The drop-in rush seats on square tapering legs united by stretchers.
Sold For: £150
A William & Mary Gateleg Table. The oval drop-leaf top above an end drawer and turned base of ball & fillet knopped baluster legs, gates and stretchers, 29 in (74 cm) high, 32¼ in (82 cm) wide, 16 in (41 cm) deep [leaves down], 44 in (112 cm) [leaves up].
Sold For: £200
A 19th Century French Copper Water Cistern modeled as a castle with turreted lid above a crenulated rim. The spout issued from a face mask to the base with grotesque beast's heads either side below a bearded shield bearer flanked by classical figures, 15½ in (39 cm) high.
Sold For: £260
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