Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 151

    A Late 18th Century Oak Tilt-top Tripod Table. The round top with raised edge moulding on a baluster turned centre column and out-swept legs, 23 in (58 cm) in diameter.

    Sold For: £100

  • LOT NUMBER 152

    An 18th Century Ash & Elm Comb-back Cabriole-legged Windsor Armchair attributed to the Thames Valley. The shaped cresting rail with lobe terminals above a long central shaped splat flanked by four long spindles and side splats piercing the bentwood armbow; with six further underarm spindles and supporting end splats. The elm seat on cabriole front legs with pad foot terminals, connected to the turned rear legs by a H-form stretcher, 47½ in (121 cm) high, 22½ in (57 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £2200

  • LOT NUMBER 153

    A 19th Century Comb-back Windsor Armchair. The top rail above eleven long stick spindles piercing through the two part arm-bow with eight further underarm spindles and baluster turned end posts. The legs united by an H-form stretcher, 41 in (104 cm) high, 22 in (56 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £1100

  • LOT NUMBER 154

    A Small 19th Century Elm Country Tripod Table/Candle Stand. The warped burr figured top fixed to a turned centre column raised on three splayed spindle legs, 26½ in (67 cm) high, 15 in (38 cm) in diameter.

    Sold For: £1300

  • LOT NUMBER 155

    A Rare, Early 19th Century Elm Lacemaker's Candle-stand. The circular top decorated with concentric bands of groove turning and pierced by a central tenon secured with a wedge above an urn knopped baluster stem leading down to a round ring-turned platform on three splayed legs, 27½ in (70 cm) high, approximately 13 in (34 cm) in diameter.

    Sold For: £1800

  • LOT NUMBER 156

    An 18th Century Figured Ash Two-tier Tripod Table, of good colour and patination. The one piece circular dished top with raised edge, fixed to an astrigal ringed centre column leading down to a mid-height circular under-shelf with moulded edge raised above a drum platform on out-swept legs. 26 in (66 cm) high, 16¼ in (41 cm) diameter.

    Sold For: £1100

  • LOT NUMBER 157

    An 18th Century Thames Valley Comb-backed Cabriole-legged Windsor Armchair. The slightly arch-topped cresting rail with upturned lobe terminals above a shaped fruitwood centre splat flanked by six long stick spindles & side splats piercing through the bentwood arm-bow, with eight further underarm spindles and shaped slat end supports. The broad elm seat pierced and wedged by four cabriole legs terminating on pad feet and united by a turned H-form stretcher.

    Sold For: £1900

  • LOT NUMBER 158

    A 19th Century Painted Wooden Decoy Duck, 12 in (31 cm) in length.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 159

    Three Antique Treen Bowls (A/F). One of dug out 4 in (10 cm) high, 11½ in (29 cm) in diameter. One warped and cracked with a wire tied staple repair to the side and decorative lathe turning, 5 in (12 cm) high, approx. 11 in (28 cm) in diameter. The other lathe turned, 3 in (7.5 cm) high, approx 7½ in (19 cm) diameter.

    Sold For: £80

  • LOT NUMBER 160

    A Rustic Dug Out Treen Bowl on pedestal foot 8½ in (21.5 cm) high, 14 in (36 cm) in width.

    Sold For: £120

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