The Oak Interior - 28th and 29th September 2022

The Oak Interior - 28th and 29th September 2022

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The Oak Interior - 28th and 29th September 2022

The Oak Interior - 28th and 29th September 2022

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A large and impressive George II bronze mortar, by the Ashton Foundry, Wigan, Lancashire, dated 1738Inscribed above the waist in a broad band ‘Wil...

A mid-17th century bronze mortar, Dutch, dated 1654Rim cast with the legend ‘SOLI DEO GLORIA 1654’, (Glory to God alone, 1654)  a band of leafy-ar...

A bronze mortar in the English or Scottish 13 th century Gothic manner With four split-column pilasters between four lugs, two of D-secti...

A highly impressive Elizabeth I bronze mortar, by Richard Bowler, Colchester, Essex (fl.1587-1604), dated 1600The rim inscribed using a decorated ...

An Elizabeth I bronze mortar, attributed to William & Alice Brend Foundry, Norfolk (fl.1586-1634), circa 1600With four lug handles, two rounded an...

A large and impressive Charles II bronze mortar, dated 1680, by the Samuel Smith Foundry, York (fl.1672-1709)Inscribed beneath the rim ‘THOMAS ROG...

A large Charles II bronze mortar, dated 1679, by the Samuel Smith Foundry, York (fl.1672-1709)Beneath the rim inscribed ‘WILLIAM METCALFE MERCER I...

A magnificent, rare and large Charles I bronze mortar, dated 1638, by the John Palmar (or Palmer) Foundry, Gloucestershire (fl. c.1621) and Canter...

A fine Elizabeth I bronze mortar, cast with a rare head of a man, by Henry Oldfield II, Nottingham (fl.1582-1620), circa 1590With four lug handles...

An exceptionally rare 13th century Gothic bronze mortar, English, or possibly Scottish, circa 1250With four handles, two with suspension rings (fo...

An attractive and large mid-18th century iron mortar, dated 1647, probably English, in the Dutch mannerCast within a broad band ‘CLEMENT READ 1647...

A small and good Charles I/II bronze skillet, South-East England, circa 1640-70 By John Reeve(s), the handle cast 'IOHN.REEVE' and with an open...

Parts from mid-18 th century iron and steel spit-jacks, English To include a decorative scroll front steel plate, another plate attached ...

A pair of silvered-brass bottle coastersOf leafy S-scroll open-work, with reeded wavy rim and ring-turned wooden base, pseudo-hallmarks to each fo...

A rare and unusually large George III brass curfew, circa 1800Of half-round hood form, with rolled rim and large single-curved strap handle held i...

A group of 18th/19th century steel meat skewersTo include two with Golding Barrett Collection labels, together with five iron goffering rods, pot ...

An interesting pair of late 17th century steel and bronze alloy fire tongs, EnglishTopped by a bronze knob, with raised floral decoration (and pos...

A late 18th century bronze skillet, IrishThe handle set below the rim, cast with '3R' and with D-profiled flared terminal, and V-shaped bracket, o...

A steel standing candleholder, circa 1800The round-section stem topped by an acorn and reeded balustroid finial, and fitted with a sliding spring ...

A group of mostly 17th century bronze pestles, EnglishNearly all of baluster form with central knop, longest 25cm (8)Provenance:The Christopher Ba...

A 19th century engraved brass grill, EnglishOf rectangular pierced form, designed with a flaming torch, tied ribbons and scrolling foliage, 39cm w...

A rare 17th/18th century wrought iron chandelier suspension rod, English, circa 1650-1750Formed from one piece of iron, expertly wrought to the ce...

An interesting copper-alloy tablet of the 'Hew Draper Astrological chart', possibly by ElkingtonOf rectangular form, designed with a large astraga...

An early and rare 17th century brass-handled iron Ell rule, circa 1600-20,With four engraved calibrations on one side below the letter 'H' and fiv...

A George III wrought iron chimney crane, circa 1800Of typical form, with one ratchet arm, and decorative tight scroll-work, 86cm wide, 83cm high

A 19th century copper and brass douf pot, DutchOf typical form, with tapering drum, deep lid with urn finial, and swing-handle, 41cm highA douf po...

A large 18th century copper and iron chafing pan, EnglishThe circular pan with flat base, flared sides and rolled edge, the iron bar handle with l...

An exceptionally large and rare mid-18th century brass tray, English, circa 1750Of oval serpentine-side form, with rilled rim, and articulated bal...

A documented early Victorian pine/birch and painted canopy cradle, Scottish, circa 1840Of framed and panelled construction, with the hood of bent ...

An impressive Victorian oak tally stick, dated 1853With incised calibrations and small punched motifs, inscribed ‘Barth Comben Reeve 1853’, and wi...

Leonora Jenner (1869-1952): A Stuart-Revival raised needlework picture, EnglishDesigned with King Charles I & Queen Henrietta, standing within a c...

An early 18th century tapestry panel, French, circa 1715-25Designed as a pair of fanciful-birds, framed and glazed, frame 58.5cm wide, 48.5cm high

A striking pair of cast iron and so-called ‘Surrey' enamel andirons, English, in the circa 1680-80 manner of the Anthony Hatch and Stephen Pilcher...

Two pairs of iron andirons or firedogsEach surmounted by a large disc, with height adjustment hooks, divergent feet and billet bar, largest pair 3...

A small Charles II bronze skillet, circa 1670With plain handle, an open brace below, the bowl on three unusually tall D-section legs and with a co...

A late 19th century gilt bronze incense burner and coverOf archaic form, the spherical cup and cover designed as a 'pagoda',  with bowed lights an...

A rare George II brass revolving plate warmer and stand, circa 1750Having four long finial-topped spokes, on a revolving X-form carrier, and a sta...

A 17th century iron bread-oven door, EnglishWith two strap hinges and scroll-work latch handle, 45cm wide, 39.5cm high, together with a smaller ex...

A large and impressive 19th century brass candle sconce wall-bracket Designed as a duck’s beak issuing a long scrolling arm, drip-tray and reeded ...

A rare George III brass pipe rack, circa 1800Having an ogee-profiled and geometric pierced upper and lower back plate, joined by wavy sides design...

A rare pair of Charles II steel and enamelled fire tools, circa 1670To include a pair of tongs and fish-tail shovel, each with an impressive brass...

An 18th century wrought iron adjustable hanging candle and rushlight holder, EnglishHaving a slender stem with conical finial, square jawed nips, ...

A small 15th/16th century bronze cauldronHaving a spherical body, flared lip, and two mask handle retainers for the simple articulated handle, on ...

A rare wrought iron 'campaign' standing brazier, circa 1700Having an iron ring inset with a pierced brazier pan, the ring fitted with three swivel...

A large and impressive 16th century bronze mortar, Italian, circa 1550-1600Having a stepped rim, above Madonna & Child and flame stamps, a band be...

A mid-17th century bronze mortar, by the Whitechapel Foundry, London, circa 1650Cast to the waist with band of shells, foliated scrolls and open l...

A Charles II bronze mortar, unidentified London foundry, circa 1670Cast with the crowned portrait of Charles II twice, diameter 14.3cm, height 11....

A small Charles II bronze mortar, unidentified London foundry, circa 1660Cast with four fleur-de-lys, each with a base loop, diameter 11cm, height...

A small late 16th century bronze mortar, Rouen, French, circa 1600Cast with moulded rim and stylized foliage, and a small pair of reeded handles, ...

A small 17th century bronze mortar, FrenchOf shallow form, with wide flared rim, and six baluster ribs or buttresses, 13cm diameter, 7.6cm height

A small 17th century brass alloy mortar, English, circa 1650-70Cast with multi-ribbed flared body, internal lines, repeated on the spreading footr...

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