Auction Items


    An 18th Century Oak Settle. The high back composed of four upper panels with applied edge moulding above four arcaded panels. The silhouette cut scroll end arms on turned posts leading down to a planked seat above three turned front legs united by a front stretchers and rear stile supports connected by side rails, 50 ins (127 cms) high, 76 ins (193 cms) wide.

    Sold For: £0


    An 18th Century Hanging Oak Corner Cupboard. The cavetto & dentil moulded cornice above two fielded twin panel doors opening to reveal a painted interior of serpentine front shelves. The canted sides enriched with stop-fluting and recessed reeds rising from the base, 44½ ins (113 cms) high, 34 ins (87 cms) wide.

    Sold For: £280


    An Oak Eight Day Long Case Clock by Battersbee of Manchester. The 12½ inch (32 cm) brass square dial having a silvered chapter ring encircling a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial flanked by angels, ringed winding holes, a calendar aperture surrounded by engraved decoration, with cherub spandrels adorning the corners. The oak case with flat topped hood, the trunk door with a glazed pendulum display edged in moulding, 85 ins (216 cms) in height.*

    Sold For: £2600


    A Pair of Early 18th Century Joined Oak Side Chairs. The dipped top rails above broad shaped centre splats leading down to a planked seat with moulded edge. The ball knopped front legs united by baluster turned stretchers with plain rails to the sides and rears. 37½ ins (95 cms) high, 20 ins (51 cms) wide, the seats 18½ ins (47 cms) high.*

    Sold For: £0


    A Small 18th Century Oak Drop leaf Table. The oval top standing on plank end supports with cut-in V feet and a drawer to one side, united by stretchers with plain gates swinging out either side, 26½ ins (67 cms) high, 38 ins x 32 ins (96.5 cm x 81.5 cms).+

    Sold For: £200


    An 18th Century Joined Oak Wall Cabinet. The fielded panel door hung on iron butterfly hinges and fretted with a heart to the centre, 21 ins (54 cms) high, 19 ins (48 cms) wide, 10 ins (26 cms) deep.

    Sold For: £650


    An 18th Century Oak Hanging Corner Cupboard. The moulded cornice above an arch topped field panel door hung on brass H-form hinges and having a shaped brass escutcheon, flanked by canted sides. The interior fitted with serpentine front shelves, 37 ins (94 cms) in height, 24 ins (62 cms) in width.

    Sold For: £80


    A Queen Anne Oak Lowboy. The top with moulded edge above three lip moulded drawers retaining their original brass swing handles on winged back plates and fitted into a scrolling apron raised on cabriole legs with pad foot terminals, 29 ins (74 cms) high, 32¾ ins (83 cms) wide, 20½ ins (52 cms) deep. *

    Sold For: £0


    A Late 18th Century Comb Backed Windsor Armchair on cabriole legs attributed to Thames Valley area, with dark green paint-work. The crested top rail above a fretted centre splat flanked by long spindles piercing the arm bow and further underarm spindles flanked by bent wood end supports. The cabriole legs united by an H-form stretcher and terminating on pad feet.

    Sold For: £1400

  • LOT NUMBER 100

    An 18th Century Painted Bowfront Hanging Corner Cupboard. The two doors on ornately pierced butterfly hinges with incised escutcheons and a key, decorated with a biblical scene depicting Salome being presented with the head of St John the Baptist. The doors opening to reveal a red lead painted interior with shelves, 36½ ins (93 cms) high, 23 ins (59 cms) wide.+

    Sold For: £260

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