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Elibarethan carved oak open buffet

Elizabethan carved oak open buffet

Late 16th-century oak three-tier open buffet with carved bulbous supports between.  Under the top it has an unusual feature of a shallow cupboard consisting of a central panel with carved lunette decoration, with a similar lunette each side and carved buttresses between.The two lunetted panels either side are the doors.  The second buttress from the right slides to the left to reveal a keyhole and the door swings open to the right..  Inside is a wooden slide unlocks the other door which swings open to the left. The lunettes are repeated on the ends.  Beneath the cupboard is inlaid decoration and the rail above is carved with guilloche with ebonised pyramids between.  The rail beneath the centre shelf is carved with fluting along the front and ends and the rail at the bottom is decorated with inlay.  The whole piece is of a mid-brown colour with excellent patination and dates from circa 1580. .

50ins x 18ins x 44ins high

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Charles II oak gateleg table

Fine Charles II oak gateleg table with the unusual feature of an all-twist base in legs and stretchers and a drawer in one side.  The whole piece is in original condition and has superb, rich colour and patination, circa 1680.  Also shown is a pair of 16th-century Nuremberg brass pricket candlesticks and almsdish depicting Adam and Eve of the same period. 

60ins x 48ins x 29ins high.

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17c oak chest of drawers

17c oak chest of drawers

A rare early 17th-century oak chest of drawers with six drawers with drawer fronts carved on the top and bottom drawersd, circa 1630

43ins x 21ins x 33ins high

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Charles II oak three drawer dresser

Charles II oak three drawer dresser

Charles II oak three drawer dresser with geometrically moulded drawer fronts and boldly turned columnar front legs, c.1670

73ins x 19ins x 30ins high

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Charles II Gloucestershire oak coffer

Charles II Gloucestershire oak coffer

Charles II Gloucestershire carved oak coffer with three-panelled front and lid and double-panelled ends, circa 1660. Inside is a candle box with lid and original iron loop hinges. The whole is of rich colour and patination

52ins x 23ins x28ins high

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Charles I oak armchair

Charles I oak armchair

Charles I oak armchair with carved back and hour-glass finials, high shaped arms, with columnar turned supports and front legs, together with an original seat, circa 1630.

23.5ins x 14.5ins x 45ins high.

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Charles I carved oak four-panel coffer

Charles I carved oak four-panel coffer

A fine Charles I carved oak coffer, of very sleek proportions, with a four-panel front carved with large rosettes of great quality, surrounded by quartered ones in the corners, below a fluted frieze which continues around the sides.  The four-panel lid has the unusual feature of having mitred corners, is secured by original iron loop hinges and the lock has its original iron escutcheon. The whole piece is of superb colour and patination, Shropshire, circa 1630.

60ins x 22ins x 25ins high

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Elizabethan oak poster bed

A superb Elizabethan oak poster bed in original condition . It has a headboard decorated with carved arcading incorporating chequered inlay, magnificent gadrooned posts with original feet, typical of the Elizabethan period, panelled and moulded tester and original bedstock.  The frieze is decorated with intricate pockerwork which is a rare example of work from this period.  Circa 1580

Width 55ins, length 84ins, height 79ins. Mattress size 4ft 7ins x 6ft 3ins

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Charles II Lancashire carved oak coffer

Charles II Lancashire carved oak coffer

Charles II Lancashire oak coffer with three carved panels to the front and double carved panels on the ends, probably from the Liverpool area, circa 1660

45ins x 19.5ins x 28ins high

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16th-century French wrought-iron missal box

A 16th-century French wrought-iron missal box, rectangular with a domed lid, each pierced panel over a cloth covered wooden interior with a double clasp lock.  A similar sold at Christies' South Kensington on 28th February 2006.

6.5ins x 9.5ins x 4.5ins high

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Six branch brass chandelier

Six-branch brass chandelier

A small six branch brass chandelier circa 1800

17ins x 16ins high

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Charles 11 large oak gateleg table with set of ten spindleback chairs

Charles 11 large oak gateleg table and spindleback chairs

Charles 11 large oak gateleg table with a six plank top, baluster turned legs and stretchers and a drawer on either side.The iron hinges are original.  The whole piece is of stout proportions, of mid brown  colour with superb patination, circa 1680.

Also a matching set of eight spindleback chairs with rush seats and two armchairs, circa 1780.

68.5ins x 60ins x 30ins high

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Charles I carved oak armchair

Charles I carved oak armchair

Charles I bold oak armchair with carved back and elaborate cresting with turned arm supports, front legs and stretchers beneath, circa 1630.  The whole piece is of rich colour with excellent patination.   Probably originating from the West Country.

25.5 x 19 x 48ins high

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Two mid 16th-century carved oak bosses

Two mid 16th-century carved oak bosses

 Two mid 16th-century carved and fretted oak bosses

13ins x 14.5ins high

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William and Mary oak bureau bookcase

William and Mary oak bureau bookcase

Fine oak bureau bookcase with bun feet, the fall front revealing a well and stepped interior and a double domed bookcase with mirrored doors, fully fitted interior and candle slides, circa 1690. All handles, escutcheons and locks are original.

32.5ins x 23ins x 83ins high.

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Charles I carved oak cupboard on stand

Charles I carved oak cupboard on stand

Charles I small oak cupboard on stand with central door and panels carved with lozenges and similarly on the ends. It has the unusual feature of having turned back legs, as well as front. Below the turned legs are toes and connecting stretchers. Circa 1640.  The whole piece is of a rich, dark colour with excellent patination

39ins x 18.5ins x 42ins high.

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Charles I oak box on stand

Charles I oak box on stand

Charles I oak box with lifting lid and drawers beneath on separate stand with columnar turned legs and stretchers.  This piece has the unusual feature of beaing decorated solely with applied work, circa 1640.

29ins x 18.5ins x 27.5ins high.

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six 17th-century carved oak caryatid figures

Six 17th-century carved oak caryatid figures

Six 17th-century carved oak caryatid figures depicted playing Baroque musical instruments featuring a lute, timbrel, lyre, bombard and bagpipes.

15ins to 30ins high

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Two Charles I oak joint stools

Two Charles I oak joint stools

 Two Charles I oak joint stools with turned legs and stretchers in original condition, circa 1630.

19ins x 12ins x 20ins high

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Charles I oak credence table

Charles I oak credence table

Charles I oak credence table, or foldover table as it is more correctly described, with double top connected at the sides by original iron strap hinges seated on a frieze with earpieces and a central drawer supported by stoutly-turned columnar legs with a gate at the rear and a potboard beneath, circa 1630

44.5ins x 21.5ins x 29ins high

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Pair of oak sidechairs

Pair of oak sidechairs

Pair of high-quality oak sidechairs with carved lunettes and turned finials, above turned front legs and stretchers and original seats, circa 1690.

18ins x 15ins x 44ins high.

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17th-century oak coffer  carved with carved panels displaying foxes

17th-century oak coffer with carved panels displaying foxes

A rare Charles 1 small oak coffer with three panelled front and double panelled ends.  The front panels show stylised images of foxes and the ends are carved with lozenges.  The lid has decoration on the ends and has cut-out decoration along the front. The inside is untouched and has a candle box on the left-hand side with carving and is of a pale colour matching the rest of the interior.  The lid is secured by original iron loop hinges and the front bears the original iron lock plate and hasp. Circa 1630.

45ins x 19ins x 25ins high

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Charles II oak cupboard dresser

Charles II oak cupboard dresser

Fine Charles II oak cupboard dresser with three drawers above, two cupboard doors below with fixed centre panel, all with mouldings simulated to look like drawers, circa 1680.

61ins x 20ins x 32ins high.

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A collected set of carved oak Lancashire chairs

A collected set of six Charles II Lancashire oak dining chairs with carved back and lunettes, circa 1680

Average 17.5ins x 15.5ins x 42ins high

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Charles I oak wall cupboard

Charles I oak wall cupboard

Charles I oak wall cupboard with two doors decorated with applied architectural carving in the "Laudian" style, circa 1630

35.5 x 12.5 x 25ins high

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Two Charles II carved oak Yorkshire chairs

Two Charles II carved oak Yorkshire chairs

Two similar Charles II carved oak Yorkshire chairs with split bobbin decoarion, pendant drops and let-in seats, circa 1670.

18ins x 15ins x 41ins high

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Charles II small oak sidetable with two drawers

Charles II small oak sidetable with two drawers

Charles II small oak sidetable with the unusual feature of two drawers, one above the other, on reel turned legs and stretchers with original toes, of dark, rich colour and excellent patination, circa 1680

26ins x 19ins x 26.5ins high

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Late 17th-century oak turner's chair

Late 17th-century oak turner's chair

Late 17th-century oak turner's chair of bold construction and rich colour with triangular seat and button decoration to the top rail, circa 1690.

24ins x 18ins x 33ins high

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Charles II oak chest of drawers

Charles II oak chest of drawers

Charles II oak chest of drawers in two parts with bunned-out drawer fronts, decorated with split bobbins and buttresses, and veneers in various exotic woods, circa 1670.

41.5ins x 21ins x 37ins high.

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James I oak centre table

James I oak centre table

James I oak centre table with three plank top, complicated turned legs, frieze fluted all round with earpieces and stretchers below, circa 1620

38ins x 23.5ins x 30ins high

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17c oak refectory table

17th-century oak refectory table

Late 17th-century oak refectory table with three-plank top and end cleats on an oak base with plain frieze and shaped earpieces, columnar turned legs and stretchers, circa 1690

95ins x 30ins x 30.5ins high

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Fine Charles 11 oak court cupboard

Fine Charles 11 oak court cupboard

Fine late 17th-century carved oak court cupboard in two parts with carved and moulded doors to the upper section, drawers in the centre and moulded doors below.  The cupboard also bears carved initials and the date 1699.  The whole piece is in original condition with magnificent colour and patination.

73ins x 21ins x 56ins high

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An early 17th-century oak Turners' armchair

An early 17th-century oak Turners' armchair

An early 17th-century oak Turners' armchair bearing the date 1611 and the initials "MR."

25ins x 21ins x 38ins high

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Charles 11 Herefordshire carved oak coffer

Charles 11 oak coffer with three panelled front with carving typical of the Herefordshire  area and original iron loop hinges, circa 1660.

47.5ins x 20.5ins x 25ins high

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Charles II bobbin-turned sidetable

Charles II bobbin-turned sidetable

Charles II small oak sidetable with drawer (which has never had handles) in moulded frieze, bobbin turned legs and stretchers, circa 1670.

28ins x 20ins x 26.5ins high.

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Charles II oak chest of drawers on stand

Charles II oak chest of drawers with four large drawers with bunned-out and moulded drawer fronts surrounded by bold egg and tongue decoration, seated on a stand with drawer and six finely-turned legs connected by wavy stretchers with original bun feet, circa 1680

37.5ins x 21ins x 63ins high

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Three 17c oak joint stools

Three 17c oak joint stools in original condition with turned legs and stretchers

Average 18ins x 10ins x 22ins high

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Elizabethan carved oak panel

Elizabethan carved oak panel

A late 16th-century large Elizabethan carved oak panel with carved gadrooning and guilloche decoration and the remains of the royal coat of arms of Elizabeth I with part of the motto DIEU ET MON DROIT, circa 1590.

 

42ins x 42ins high

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Charles I carved oak armchair

Charles I carved oak armchair

Charles I carved oak armchair with raked back carved with a motif local to Gloucestershire. The flat arms with notched decoration is typical of the early period and the whole piece is of excellent colour and patination, circa 1640.

24ins x 15.5ins x 44ins high

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Charles II carved oak coffer

Charles II carved oak coffer

Charles II oak coffer with panelled lid and front decorated with carving of Lake District origin, circa 1660

45ins x 21ins x 24ins high

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Early 17th-century oak stool table

Early 17th-century oak stool table

Early 17th-century oak stool table with elongated peg-shaped legs, connected by a moulded frieze at the top and stretchers below.  The legs have tall feet and have never had toes beneath.  The top is square edged and is secured by six pegs.  The amazing feature of this piece is that one leg is different, since it is thicker and has a turned ring at the base which the others do not have. Circa 1620.

 

 

21ins x 12ins x 23ins high

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Early 16th-century fragment of an English Gothic screen

Early 16th-century fragment of an English Gothic screen

An English Gothic carved fragment from a screen with scaled and foliate decoration to the frame, pierced tracey panels and finials to the top and bottom, early 16th-century.

72ins x 26ins high

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Charles II oak sidetable

Charles II oak sidetable

Charles II oak sidetable with drawer, vase-shaped turned legs and high bobbin front stretcher, circa 1680.

39ins x 22ins 29.5ins high.

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Charles II oak enclosed chest of drawers

Charles II oak enclosed chest of drawers

A fine Charles II oak enclosed chest of drawers in two parts, with two drawers above and three more below enclosed by double doors.  The front is beautifully decorated with mouldings and split baluster decoration, circa 1660

44.5ins x 24.5ins x 50ins high

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Charles II walnut caned chair

Charles II walnut caned chair

Charles II walnut caned single chair with carved back and cresting and twist frame beneath, circa 1685.

20ins x 15ins x 42ins high

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Late 18th-century brass chandelier

Late 18th-century brass chandelier

Late 18th-century brass chandelier, with boldly-turned centre section, bearing six arms above six more, all with candle holders and drip pans.

26ins x 26ins high

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James I carved oak coffer

James I carved oak coffer

A rare James I oak coffer with panelled top, having triple-mpulded edge, three-panel front with carved rails and panels bearing the initials "EG", a decorative swirl in the centre and the date 1617 (with the "7" lying on its side) all carved and filled with pitch.  The iron hinges are original.

46ins x 21.5ins x 25ins high

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A three-branch brass candle bracket

Brass wall candle brackets c.1800

 Two three-branch brass candle brackets and four two-branch brass candle brackets, circa 1800

14ins x 15ins high and 12ins x 15ins high

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Brass six-arm chandelier, circa 1800

Brass six-arm chandelier, circa 1800

 A brass chandelier with six candle arms, circa 1800

26ins x 20ins high

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Early 18th-century

Early 18th-century lowboy

An early 18th-century lowboy with three drawers above a shaped apron, on cabriole legs with outswept feet, in yewtree, cherrywood and oak, circa 1720

32.5ins x 20ins x 28.5ins high

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Four Charles II oak Yorkshire chairs

Four Charles II oak Yorkshire chairs

Four Charles II oak Yorkshire chairs, with carved splats to the back, three of which are matching, circa 1680

18ins x 15ins x 43ins high

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Pair Charles II oak Lancashire chairs

Pair Charles II oak Lancashire chairs with carved raised back panels and lunettes, let-in seats and high turned front stretchers, circa 1670

17.5ins x 15.5ins x 42ins high

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Late 17th-century oak three-drawer dresser

Late 17th-century oak three-drawer dresser

Oak three-drawer dresser with moulded drawer fronts and dentil mouldings, supported on columnar turned legs with side stretchers, circa 1690

76.5ins x 20ins x 32ins high

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17th-century oak collecting box

An interesting 17th-century oak collecting box, with half-covered top and carrying handle at the rear, bearing the date 1683 and inscribed "Mr C I" on one side and "Mr O I" on the other.The flat carrying handle at the rear is about 6ins long and is pierced for hanging.

6.5ins x 7ins x 2.25ins high

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Elizabethan oak slope lid desk

Slope lid box

Late Elizabethan carved oak slope lid box

23ins x 12ins x 12ins high

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Late 17c oak loper table

Late 17c oak loper table

A small oak table with two flaps supported by lopers above a base with an arrangement of chamfered legs and "H" stretcher, circa 1700.

27ins x 27ins x 23.5ins high.

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Early 17th-century oak plank coffer

Early 17th-century oak plank coffer

A small early 17th-century oak plank coffer with complicated fluted decoration to the front, circa 1620

38.5ins x 13.5ins x 18ins high

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Oak coffer dated 1596

Oak coffer dated 1596

A rare oak coffer with two-panel front and ends decorated with fluting and inlay, below a three-panel lid also decorated with inlay, and bearing the date 1596.

43ins x 20.5ins x 25ins high.

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Small chest of drawers on stand

Small oak chest of drawers on stand

Small oak chest of drawers with original handles, escutcheons and locks on original low stand with turned  front legs and stretcher, circa 1690-1700.

31ins x 14.5ins x 32ins high.

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Three oak joint stools

Three oak joint stools

Three early 17th-century oak joint stools with an interesting variety of turned legs, of excellent colour and patination (1590-1620).

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Charles I carved oak child's cradle

Charles I carved oak child's cradle

Charles I oak child's cradle with moulded, panelled sides with uprights finished in hefty turned knobs and ends surmounted by lunettes with carving and the inside at the foot incised with the initalis "IAM," seated on fruitwood rockers and having three turnings at each side to provide suspension from the ceiling, circa 1630

34ins x 13ins x 17ins high

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James I inlaid coffer

James I inlaid coffer

James I oak coffer with triple-moulded top, three panels to the front with chequered inlay and egg and tongue moulding and fluted rails, circa 1610.

48.5ins x 19ins x 25.5ins high.

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