The Collector: to include Period Oak and Folk Art - 14th October 2021

The Collector to include Period Oak ann Folk Art - 14th October 2021

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The Collector: to include Period Oak and Folk Art - 14th October 2021

The Collector to include Period Oak ann Folk Art - 14th October 2021

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Rare Charles I oak low back stool, circa 1640, the scroll arching top rail above a series of turned spindles and geometric carved rails with unusu...

A pair of late 17 th century walnut and cane side chairs, circa 1685, e ach back having a pair of narrow cane panels framed by paired and flower...

William & Mary oak settle, Lancashire/Cheshire, circa 1690, t he back of four rectangular fielded panels, the uprights with pyramidal finials, th...

Late 17th Century French Walnut joint stool, the rectangular top above out swept turned legs united by turned stretchers, the top 36cm long, 28cm...

Charles II oak geometric chest of drawers, circa 1670, the rectangular top above a deep moulded geometric drawer above two further geometric drawe...

Charming George III boarded elm bow back settle, West Country, circa 1800, of small proportions, the slightly bow back above the two plank solid s...

French 19th Century folding Vendange (wine) or coaching table, of small proportions, the circular folding table with clad tin repairs above foldin...

Small Charles II oak coffer, Devon, circa 1660, the rectangular top above a lunette carved frieze and two panel front raised on block supports, 85...

Mid 17th Century oak gateleg table, the oval drop leaf top above a moulded frieze and turned legs, united by stretchers, 97cm long, 109cm wide whe...

William & Mary oak side table, circa 1690 and later, h aving a twin-boarded end-cleated top, a slender frieze drawer and baluster-turned legs joi...

19th Century elm armchair, the arched top rail above a central splat and spindles, the solid seat flanked by fruitwood arms above the turned legs ...

George III Mocha ware mug, circa 1800, the cylindrical mug with a brown body with berry and drop fine yellow slip, a white handle with blue edge, ...

Pottery, to include a Delft jug in the form of a cottage in blue and white, SB to the base, 10cm high, a salt glaze jug in the form of a horse wit...

Early 20th Century set of Hen "pot" eggs, the pottery eggs some named Ovum in pale blue placed into the hen egg rack with two dowel rods holding t...

George III set of three steel fire irons, each with a finial topped handle above a spiral stem, to include a shovel, poker and tongs, the shovel 7...

19th Century execution broadside, The Trial and Execution of Mary Hunter, Ebenezer Wright and Thomas Law, At York Castle who were Executed on Satu...

George I oak dresser and rack, North Wales circa 1760, the rack with a cavetto cornice and end pendants above three shelves and a row of four shor...

Charles I boarded oak box on later stand, circa 1640, the rectangular top above a pair of carved arches to the front, raised on a later oak base w...

18th Century walnut and boxwood strung miniature bureau, the rectangular top above a sloping fall enclosing a series of pigeon holes and small dra...

An 18th Century and later Tavern type table pine and elm table, the rectangular top with rounded corners above rectangular section supports on sle...

19th Century black painted tin Marriage box, the rectangular box with a drop front and the text Mrs C.C. Henderson - Hamilton, Marriage Testamenta...

19th Century cobblers bench, the rectangular top with leather strap work to the centre and one end squared off with wide beading above the angled ...

18th Century brass trivet, the brass section with a pierced design featuring an eagle with a turned wood handle and iron base, 34cm long

17th Century and later oak and elm box top chest, the hinged rectangular top opening to reveal three storage compartments with a geometric penal f...

British Folk art, a naive picture depicting a Cock Fight, the two cockerels to the centre of the picture, two men dressed in different colours enc...

Gothic revival binding, the polychrome painted binding dated 1311 with a Medieval design of shields and Latin text, the reverse with an image of w...

18th Century band type sampler, the wide sampler with a pair of angels holding a panel with initials and the date 1782 above Adam and Eve, dogs, a...

French 19th Century school, portrait of a Monk holding the crucifix and rosary beads, unsigned oil on board, 12cm x 14cm excluding the gilt gesso ...

Sir Isaac Newton, Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended, printed by F. Tonson, F. Osborn and T. Longman, London 1798, engraved headpiece and init...

Italian Maiolica plate, late 16th Century, Urbino, in the manner of Antonia Patanazzi, with a central winged figure among birds and foliate swags,...

19th Century brass novelty money box, in the form of a chest of drawers with the top two drawers opening to reveal coin slots, a door to the rear ...

Three 19th Century treen dairy bowls, the largest example with a ring turned outside edge, 38cm wide, the second example with a ring foot, 24cm wi...

George III oak side table, circa 1780, the rectangular top above a frieze drawer and slender cabriole legs and pointed feet, 77cm wide, 50cm deep,...

18th Century walnut niche, the foliate fret top flanked by windows to the sides above trailing stems and rose bursts, with a later red velvet line...

Charles I oak coffer, circa 1640, the rectangular hinged top above three panels to the front, with conforming panels to the side, raised on fluted...

English oak and fruitwood inlaid chest of drawers, circa 1700/1720 the rectangular top above a long drawer inlaid with a central star and two oval...

George III oak dresser base and rack, possibly Cornish, the rack with two shelves, the base with three fielded drawers and ogee profile slat end s...

Pair of Queen Anne country made oak chairs, the arched top rail above the splat back on a rush seat with a deep apron on slender cabriole legs and...

George III oak side table, the rectangular top above a single frieze drawer with carved pediment, raised on four interior canted legs, 70cm wide, ...

A pair of William & Mary oak and cane side chairs, circa 1690, o f rare form, each with a dished, scroll-carved and pierced cresting, an arched c...

18th Century oak chest of drawers, the rectangular top above two short and three long graduated drawers raised on block supports, 98cm wide, 55cm ...

George II oak and walnut crossbanded wall cupboard, Welsh, circa 1750, w ith two doors, the upper with a pair of arch-fielded panels, the lower w...

Large 19th Century Toleware tray, with a spaniel hunting while his owner stands behind in foliage on a red ground and foliate gilt edge, 76cm wide...

Charles II oak and inlaid panel-back open armchair, circa 1670, t he high two-panel back having a bold double-scroll, leafy-bud and flowerhead ca...

Charles II joined oak and inlaid panel-back open armchair, South-West Yorkshire/East Lancashire, probably Burnley, circa 1670, t he back having a...

A small Charles II oak side table, circa 1670, h aving a one-piece top, the frieze drawer with half-round applied edge moulding, the slender ball...

18th Century oak coffer bach, the detachable rectangular top above three fielded arched panels to the front above a single long drawer on low brac...

Charles I oak boarded coffer, West Country, circa 1640, the rectangular top with chip carved edge enclosing the candle box, the frieze carved with...

19th Century scumbled pine blanket box, the hinged lid opening to reveal a lidded candle box, on a plinth base, 93.5cm wide, 47cm deep, 48cm high

16th Century Spanish chestnut boarded chest, with a hinged lid, with dovetail construction and original ironwork, terminating into acanthus decora...

19th Century British Primitive school, of a lady standing in a garden holding a bible and a rose, housed within a wide oak frame, 27cm x 37cm excl...

19th Century British Primitive school, Bull Baiting, the bull with a rope tied to his neck while two dogs leap in an attacking motion being watche...

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