Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 112

    A Collection of Pharmaceutical Goods: A pair of green fluted glass poison jars and a bottle of Dr Mackenzie Brand Essence, four sets of weights and a cachet machine.

    Sold For: £50

  • LOT NUMBER 113

    A Small George I Oak Demi-lune Table having a fold-over top on rule hinges above a frieze compartment raised on turned legs with pad feet, 27½ in (70 cm) high, 27¼ in (69 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 114

    A Georgian Walnut Dining Chair with a broad shaped & fretted back splat, drop in seat covered in wool-work depicting a shepherdess in a scrolled floral cartouche. Standing on carved cabriole legs terminating on pad feet.

    Sold For: £300

  • LOT NUMBER 115

    A George II Welsh Oak Side Table/Lowboy. The moulded top above a pierced scrolling apron housing a long frieze drawers and small side drawer inlaid with mahogany bands and fitted with brass swing handles on shaped back plates. The turned legs terminating on pad feet, 28 in (71 cm) high, 32¾ in (83 cm) wide, 22 in (56 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £800

  • LOT NUMBER 116

    A Fine 18th Century Oak Dresser of good colour & rich patination. The plank-backed rack having a moulded top with a frieze rail bordered with inlaid mahogany cross-banding, and three plate shelves with applied edging strips above small drawers either side framed by cross-banded inlay. The base housing three frieze drawers with ebonised cock-beading above conforming sides drawers flanking a fine fretted arch apron raised on baluster turned columns leading down to a pot shelf base with bracket feet. The drawer fitted with brass swing handles on embossed oval back plates. 79½ in (202 cm) high, 77½ in (197 cm) wide, 17¾ in (45 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £2800

  • LOT NUMBER 117

    A George III Oak Lowboy inlaid with diagonally grained mahogany banded borders. The top with moulded edge and and rounded corners above a shaped apron housing three lip moulded drawers with orginal brass swing handles on winged back plates. Standing on turned legs tapering down to pad feet, 28¾ in (73 cm) high, 28 in (72 cm) wide, 20 in (51 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £420

  • LOT NUMBER 118

    A 19th Century Boarded Mahogany Church Warden's Pipe Rack. The shaped back board pierced with a hanging hole, the silhouette cut sides with six pipe rests above a lidded box form base, 22 in (56 cm) high, 11 in (28 cm) wide, 4¼ in (11 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £190

  • LOT NUMBER 119

    An 18th Century Boarded Oak Hanging Cutlery Box with two open scallop-edged troughs on shaped sides and back board, pierced with a hanging hole to the top, 17½ in (44 cm) high, 12¼ in (31 cm) wide, 5¼ in (13 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £380

  • LOT NUMBER 120

    An Unusual 18th Century Joined Oak Coffer. The triple panelled facade decorated with delightful figural scenes defined in shallow rectangular recesses; the frieze with animals, birds and foliage flanked by rosette roundels. The fielded panels carved with a pair of deer with scrolling tails and antlers issuing tulip heads to the centre, flanked by huntsmen in frock coats & tricorn hats, with dogs amidst foliage, with similar carving to the muntins and stiles. 24¾ in (63 cm) high, 46 in (117 cm) wide, 20½ in (52 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £800

  • LOT NUMBER 121

    An 18th Century Oak Linen Chest. The top mounted with a linen clamp having a central screw thread shaft and moulded arch topped frame. The chest housing three short serpentine moulded frieze drawers above three long lip moulded drawers standing on bracket feet 74¾ in (190 cm) high, 32 in (82 cm) wide, 19¼ in (49 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £480



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