Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 31

    A 16th Century Relief Carved Oak Panel depicting a huntsman knelt amongst trees aiming a crossbow, 8¾ ins x 5½ ins (22 cms x 14 cms).

    Sold For: £1000

  • LOT NUMBER 32

    A 17th Century Carved Oak Frieze Fragment. The rectangular panel decorated with an undulating stem of oak leaves and acorns, 11 ins x 5 ins (28 cm x 13 cms), mounted on a modern display stand.

    Sold For: £380

  • LOT NUMBER 33

    An Early 19th Century Coiled Strap Candlestick with height adjuster on a treen base, possibly French, 7½ ins (19 cms) in height.*

    Sold For: £200

  • LOT NUMBER 34

    An 18th Century Chip Carved Wooden flask bound in iron straps and fitted with a wrythen iron swing handle to the top. The coopered sides and tear drop ends naively carved with flower motifs, scrolls and ropetwist bands, incorporating the initials OAS to one side and further initials Eit with date 1730 to the base, 6¾ ins x 5½ ins x 4½ ins (17 cm x 14 cms x 11.5 cms).+

    Sold For: £420

  • LOT NUMBER 35

    A Dark Patinated Oak Fragment Panel pierced and carved with undulating Gothic foliage around a scrolling banner, 29 ins x 10½ ins (74 cm x 27 cms).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 36

    A Fine 16th Century Carved Oak Beam Angel bearing a Heraldic shield, 14½ ins x 9 ins (37 cm x 23 cms).

    Sold For: £850

  • LOT NUMBER 37

    A 17th Century Carved Oak Bed-head Section comprising of two recessed panels centred by squares of ornamental strap-work incorporating guilloche quatrefoil whorls, in a deep moulded framework with carved central caryatid and flanking atlantes adorning the muntins; their upper bodies rising above face-masks and bunches of grapes and foliage, 23¼ ins x 53½ ins (59 cm x 136 cms).*

    Sold For: £2000

  • LOT NUMBER 38

    A James I Carved Oak Atlante (de-faced) having chip carved decoration enriched with punchwork; the bearded figure bearing a display of wrythen whorls and foliage upon his head, 18¼ ins x 4 ins (46.5 cms x 10 cms).*

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 39

    A Pair of 16th Century Naively Carved Oak Panels. Each depicting a saint stood in an arched niche, holding a monstrance, 18 ins x 8 ins (46 cms x 20 cms).

    Sold For: £500

  • LOT NUMBER 40

    A Set of Three 17th Century Flemish Carved Oak Allegorical Pilasters/Finial Figures personifying Faith, Hope & Charity, 16 ins (40 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £420



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