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The Oak Interior

Bonhams Bonhams operates an aggregate bidding limit of £25,000. For more information please contact the auction house. Bid online & pay the same as the room. Live Webcast Auction 19 Feb 2020 12:00 GMT

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Oxford

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  • Banbury Road
  • Shipton-on-Cherwell
  • Kidlington
  • Oxford
  • OX5 1JH
  • United Kingdom

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A good Elizabeth I joined oak panel-back open armchair, circa 1590 Of bold design, having a double-scroll outlined cresting positioned over the up...

A William & Mary joined oak chest of drawers, circa 1700 In two parts, the boarded top with applied reeded and ovolo-moulded edge, each section ha...

A rare James I joined oak 'table-stool', West Country, circa 1620 Of fairly large proportions, having a triple-boarded top with bold canted corner...

A Charles II oak centre table, circa 1680 Having a triple-boarded top with ovolo-moulded edge, black-stained flat run-moulded rails and fillet-tur...

A Charles II joined oak coffer, North Lanacshire, dated 1682 The boarded lid with double-reeded edge, the front with three panels, each with flat ...

A particularly small and good Charles II joined oak side table, circa 1660 The twin-boarded top with ovolo-moulded edge, the frieze drawer with lo...

A small William & Mary joined oak and elm fully-enclosed dresser, circa 1700 Having three mitre-moulded drawers, above a pair of panelled cupboard...

A Charles I joined oak serving/refectory-type table, circa 1640 Having a triple boarded detachable top with narrow end-cleats, the front and side ...

A rare Charles I joined and boarded oak, fruitwood and parquetry inlaid mural livery cupboard, West Country, circa 1640 Having a cyma-recta and d...

A rare 15th/early 16th century carved walnut figure, French, Saint Anne Teaching the Virgin to Read Anne seated, and wearing a wimple, a belt a...

A late 17th/early 18th century carved walnut, gesso and polychrome figure of the infant Christ An orb in one of his hands, on a moulded plinth wi...

An 18th century carved chestnut figure, French, The Virgin of the Immaculate Conception Carved with Christ standing in her arms, her foot upon ...

A 17th century carved lime-wood figure of Christ One arm extended, standing on a moulded plinth, 47cm high

A pair of mid-16th century carved oak panelled doors, Franco-Flemish, circa 1550-1580 Each door with fine iron furniture, and with two rows of tw...

An unusual carved oak panel Centred by a moulded circle, with hatched centre, flanked to each side by a crescent-shaped face, or 'man in the moon...

A pair of mid-16th century carved oak panelled doors, Anglo-French, circa 1550 Each door of four panels, the upper register of both carved with a...

A late 17th/early 18th century polychrome-painted elm mount, circa 1700 Carved as a spray of acanthus, springing from a torse, 54cm wide x 3.5...

A pair of limestone gargoyles Possibly 14th/15th century Each modelled as a griffin, resting on their haunches, head directed upwards, losses, th...

A Charles II joined oak fully-open low dresser, circa 1670 Having a boarded top with cavetto-moulded under-edge, the four frieze drawers each with...

An unusual George II oak primitive table, circa 1750 The circular triple-boarded top raised on a baluster-turned pillar and three splayed baluster...

A good Charles II joined oak coffer, North Country, circa 1660 The top of three particularly thick boards, the front of three panels each carved w...

A good Charles II joined oak panel-back open armchair, Yorkshire, circa 1670 The back panel designed to simulate two panels, having a larger reser...

A pair of 17th century carved oak panels, English Cut-out, each of a gadrooned twin-handled urn issuing flowers and leaves, 26.5cm wide x 1cm ...

A Charles II boarded oak box, circa 1660-80 The hinged lid with moulded edge, and enclosing an interior fitted with a till, with two short drawers...

A George I joined oak court cupboard, Welsh, dated 1724 Having a projected lunette-carved frieze with end-pendants, enclosing a pair of fielded pa...

A carved oak pew-end, English, probably West Country, circa 1480-1530 Having a leafy poppy-head finial, above a sunk tracery quatrefoil and five s...

A mid-16th century carved oak panel, circa 1550 Centred by an impressive gadrooned urn, on a knopped stem and spreading foot, and with a pair of ...

Oliver Baker, Black Jacks And Leather Bottels 1921, First Edition, no dust jacket, signed by the author, No. 62 of a limited edition

An impressive late 19th/early 20th century carved and painted deer's head, German/Austrian Fitted with real horns of three prongs, a moulded coll...

A rare and large early 17th century cow bell, date 1611 Of broadening oblong section, with ribbed strap handle, one side with applied riveted dat...

A rare George III elm and ash turner's primitive candlestand, Cornish, circa 1790 Historic umber paint Having a one-piece near-circular elm top wi...

A small George III joined oak combination cupboard and settle, circa 1760 Popularly referred to as a 'Bacon Settle' The narrow-shelved cupboard ba...

A rare, good and documented Charles I joined oak child's chair, West Country, probably Gloucestershire, circa 1640 The tall and narrow back panel ...

A rare and possibly unique Charles I joined oak table-on-frame, circa 1630 With unusual deep frieze drawer, the single-piece top board over a dog-...

A good Elizabeth I joined oak coffer, circa 1590 Having a twin-boarded lid with double-reeded edge, the front with two panels, each with an applie...

A George I pewter ale pint dome-lid tankard, circa 1720 The straight-sided drum with low fillet, unusual ram's horn variant thumbpiece, brass hin...

A rare George I turned lignum vitae dome-lidded tankard, circa 1720 The domed lid with moulded edge, and with pegged hinge and curving handle peg...

A George I pewter flat-lid tankard, circa 1720 The straight-sided drum with single low fillet, ram's horn thumbpiece and solid S-shape handle wit...

A rare George II pewter bullet-shaped touchmarked teapot, circa 1730 Of typical diminutive size, with narrow faceted tapering spout, hinged domed...

A George II pewter mug, Devon, circa 1735 The straight-sided drum with low single-fillet, curved handle with ball terminal, Exeter verification m...

A George II pewter mug, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, circa 1750 Of tulip-shape, with mid-fillet, single-curved handle with tongue thumbrest and splayed t...

An 18th century squat pewter mug, English Having a straight side body, curved handle with scrolled thumbrest and flush terminal, 8.2cm high ; to...

An early Victorian pewter pint mug The tulip-shaped body having an engraved monogram within wheat ears, a verification mark to rim and stamped 'P...

A George III pre-Imperial pint straight sided pewter mug, York, circa 1770 Plain body, hallmarks to collar, probably one of the John Harrisons of...

An early 17th century joined oak centre table, German, circa 1620 The rounded rectangular top (originally sliding) with underside end-locators peg...

A 16th century joined walnut centre table, with drawers, Italian, circa 1580 The boarded and end-cleated top above three mitre-moulded frieze draw...

An Heriz carpet North West Persia, circa 1900-20 316cm x 229cm

A William & Mary joined solid yew-wood gateleg table, circa 1700 Having an oval drop-leaf top, each flap formed from a single board, above an end-...

An Elizabeth I joined oak coffer, circa 1600 Having a triple panelled lid, the front with three raised panels, within flat-run moulded rails and a...

An Heriz carpet North West Persia, circa 1900-20 332cm x 229cm

A Charles II boarded oak chest, circa 1660 Of good height, the twin-board top with triple-reeded edge, the front board with a deep flat run-mouldi...

An interesting set of five 16th century carved oak panels, English From a headboard or overmantel, comprising two pairs of larger panels, the fir...

Two last quarter 17th century turtle-shell combs, by Paul Bennett (fl. 1673-92) and/or Matthew Comberford of Port Royal, Jamaica The first with w...

A group of nine polychrome-decorated wooden duck decoys, 20th century Of various colours, one with an 'S' carved to its back, the largest 17cm w...

A large quantity of wax seals, framed To include French, German and Italian examples, many with a handwritten label, including: du Barry, Conte d...

A rare and impressive Charles II joined and boarded oak and elm spindle-filled mural livery cupboard, Yorkshire, dated 1670 Of triangular pediment...

A rare Elizabeth I joined oak and elm splayed livery cupboard or food-hutch, circa 1560 Having an elm twin-plank and end-cleated top, the cupboar...

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