Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 71

    A 19th Century Coopered Oak Tub. The slightly splayed cylindrical sides composed of oak staves bound in bentwood ash straps and fitted with a round flat lid, 18½ ins (47 cms) high, 17 ins (43 cms) in diameter.+

    Sold For: £110

  • LOT NUMBER 72

    A Wooden Bucket composed of Pine Staves bound in willow withies; two staves raised up either side and pieced with handle holes, 14 ins (36 cms) high, 15 ins (38 cms) in diameter.

    Sold For: £60

  • LOT NUMBER 73

    A 19th Century Elm Lincolnshire Tavern Table. The rectangular top on end supports with sledge feet and iron under brackets, 30 ins (76 cms) high, 52½ ins (133 cms) long, 27 ins (68.5 cms) wide.

    Sold For: £500

  • LOT NUMBER 74

    A Large 19th Century Turned Boxwood Cup & Cover. The cover surmounted by a spired finial and decorated with strings of 'beading' . The cup on a round turned stem and stepped spreading foot adorned with similar 'beading' 11 ins (28 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £240

  • LOT NUMBER 75

    Three Pieces of Treen: An early 19th century turned fruitwood Pestle & Mortar; the mortar having a tulip head bowl incised with ring turning on a wide spreading foot, 9½ ins (22 cms) high, the pestle 10 ins (25.5 cms) in length. A late 18th century turned beechwood scoop with a circular bowl 7 ins (18 cms) in diameter, 3 ins (8 cms) in depth on an integral side handle, 12 ins (30 cms) overall width. And a 19th century scoop on integral handle, 8¼ ins (21 cms) in length, 5 ins (13 cms) in width.+

    Sold For: £200

  • LOT NUMBER 76

    A Collection of Five Turned Treen Bowls (A/F).

    Sold For: £260

  • LOT NUMBER 77

    Three Turned Treen Bowls, Two Treen Pestle & Mortars, and a 19th century iron bar grate trivet; the pierced circular top plate stamped , WT &S with a lobed ceramic ball handle.

    Sold For: £150

  • LOT NUMBER 78

    A Collection of Treen: A Lever Nut Cracker decorated with chip carving, 8 ins (20 cms) in length. A turned cruet with two small bowls raised on a curved support either side of a decorative spindled stem surmounted by a moulded ring handle and terminating on a round moulded foot, 7½ ins (19.5 cms) in height. Two turned Pestle & Mortars; the larger one with a 'mushroom' capped pestle 9 ins (23 cms) long, and a 6 ins (15 cms) high mortar. The other pestle 6¼ ins (16 cms) long, the mortar 3½ ins (9 cms) high,

    Sold For: £150

  • LOT NUMBER 79

    A Pair of Unusual Brass Pricket Candlestick on turned treen bases and a Turned Walnut Pedestal Jar & Cover. The bulbous jar decorated with ring turning and raised on a waisted stem and cavetto moulded foot with ill-fitting lid surmounted by a finial knop, 9 ins (23 cms) in height. The candlesticks with pricket spikes and sockets sunken into brass urns raised on bulbous turned walnut bases, 12 ins (31 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £100

  • LOT NUMBER 80

    A 19th Century Beechwood Bread Peel with long integral handle, 81 ins (206 cms) overall in length.

    Sold For: £190



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