Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 81

    An 18th Century Birch & Iron Spade with typical long shaft and small handle, and a Victorian sycamore dairy maid's yoke with attached hooks and chains, circa 1880.

    Sold For: £45

  • LOT NUMBER 82

    A Turned Bleached Beechwood Kitchen Stool. The circular seat on four baluster turned legs united by an X-stretcher of turned ash , 18 ins (46 cms) in height, 11 ins (28 cms) in diameter.+

    Sold For: £10

  • LOT NUMBER 83

    A Large 19th Century Burrwood Cricket Table. The thick, single piece top of pale timber with fine burr figuring and a bevelled under-edge, standing on three turned legs 24 ins (61 cms) in height, 31½ ins (80 cms) in diameter.+

    Sold For: £4900

  • LOT NUMBER 84

    A 19th Century Wool Winder. The two large rotating spindled spools mounted in a floor standing fruitwood frame with a rectangular tray base and turned cup finial surmounting the top rail, 43 ins (110 cms) high, 13 ins (33 cms) wide.

    Sold For: £170

  • LOT NUMBER 85

    A 19th Century Kitchen Stool. The round top on turned legs united by a turned X-form stretcher.

    Sold For: £60

  • LOT NUMBER 86

    A 19th Century Stick Back Windsor Armchair. The ash hoop back with nine turned beechwood spindles flanked by further underarm spindles and bent ash end supports leading down to an elm seat on turned legs united by a turned H-form stretcher. 37½ ins (95 cms) high, 23 ins (59 cms) wide, the seat 17 ins (43.5 cms) high.*

    Sold For: £440

  • LOT NUMBER 87

    A Painted Wrought Iron Floor Standing Pricket Stick on tripod base. The spike centring a dished drip pan on a wrythen square section stem with central scrollwork ornamentation. The scrolling legs with voluted terminals, 54 ins (137 cms) high.+

    Sold For: £60

  • LOT NUMBER 88

    An Antique Oak Prie-dieu/ Bookrest. The sloped book rest scratch carved with graffiti and held between Gothic arched pew-ends surmounted by shaped finials and raised on a plinth base, 53 ins (135 cms) in height, 39 ins (99 cms) wide, 16½ ins (42 cms) deep [Once the property of Robert Lenkiewicz]. *

    Sold For: £750

  • LOT NUMBER 89

    An 18th Century Joined Oak Cradle. The arched hood over fielded panel sides with ball turned finials surmounting the foot posts, raised on curved wooden rockers, 32 ins (81 cms) high, 38 ins (96 cms) in length, 15 ins (38 cms) wide.*

    Sold For: £240

  • LOT NUMBER 90

    A Small 17th Century French Child's Side Chair. The open rectangular back frame with ogee cut top and base rails. The plank seat with moulded edge on turned legs united by a high turned front stretcher and moulded H-form under-stretcher. 33½ ins (85 cms) high, 14½ ins (37 cms) in width, the seat 16½ ins (42 cms) in height.*

    Sold For: £140



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