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Fine Interiors

The Pedestal including Selected Furniture from Hotham Hall, Yorkshire Live Webcast Auction 28 Jul 2020 14:00 BST

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  • 10:00 BST - 17:00 BST
  • 11:00 BST - 15:00 BST
  • 10:00 BST - 17:00 BST
  • 10:00 BST - 12:00 BST

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  • The Old Dairy
  • Stonor Park
  • Henley-on-Thames
  • Oxfordshire
  • RG9 6HF
  • United Kingdom

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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium Inc. VAT/sales tax: 30.00%
Online commission inc. VAT/sales tax: 5.94%
VAT/sales tax on hammer: 20.00%

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A Charles II carved oak and parquetry open armchair, Leeds, Yorkshire The scrolling leaf and flowerhead carved top-rail above an chevron inlai...

A Charles II carved oak and marquetry panelled chest, Yorkshire The rectangular moulded edge top above a triple panel front with a running lea...

A George III oak and pine farmhouse table The rectangular four plank cleated top with a frieze drawer at one end, on pine legs and stretchers,...

A pair of George I elm side chairs The vase shaped splats above panelled seats, on block and ring turned legs with turned fascia stretchers an...

A George II oak dresser, circa 1740, South Wales The plate rack with ogee moulded cornice above two shelves, the base with a rectangular top a...

A George II walnut and crossbanded hanging corner cupboard The swan-neck pediment with central urn finial above a panelled door enclosing thre...

A George III carved mahogany hanging corner cupboard The dentil moulded cornice above a blind fret carved frieze and a fielded panelled door e...

A George I oak gate-leg dining table The oval hinged top above slender baluster and ring turned legs joined by stretchers on turned feet, 143...

A Charles II oak geometric moulded chest In two parts, the rectangular moulded edge top above a long frieze drawer and a deep moulded drawer w...

A set of six and two similar George IV yew, ash and elm double bow Windsor armchairs by Amos of Grantham The hooped spindle backs with pierced...

A Charles II carved oak side table The rectangular moulded top above a leaf carved drawer, on reel turned legs joined by stretchers, on turned...

A pair of William and Mary carved oak side chairs, circa 1690 The scrolling leaf carved top-rails above lozenge and paterae carved backs and r...

A Charles I carved oak panelled chest The hinged moulded lid above a chanelled frieze and triple panelled front with arcading, paterae and she...

A James II carved oak and elm settle, dated 1688 The running leaf carved top-rail with turned finials and four strap-work carved panels, initi...

A Charles II carved oak open armchair, Yorkshire The scrolling acanthus leaf and berry carved top-rail above a lozenge and paterae carved back...

A George I oak gate-leg dining table The oval hinged top on slender baluster ring turned legs joined by rectangular moulded stretchers, on tur...

A Charles I carved oak panelled chest The triple panelled moulded lid above a lunette carved frieze and triple panelled lozenge front, carved ...

A George III yew, elm and cherry Windsor armchair, Thames Valley, circa 1790 The hooped back with spindles and pierced splat, above arms and ...

A George III yew and elm Windsor armchair, Thames Valley, circa 1790 The hooped back with spindles and pierced splat, above arms and saddle-se...

A George III yew and elm Windsor armchair, Thames Valley, circa 1790 The hooped back with spindles and pierced splat, above arms and saddle-se...

A Charles II carved oak and parquetry chest, Yorkshire Inlaid with bog oak and sycamore bands, the triple panelled hinged lid enclosing a cand...

A Charles I carved oak press cupboard Geometrically inlaid with holly and bog oak, the rectangular moulded cornice above a lunette carved frie...

A Charles I yew triangular Turner's chair, English or Welsh, circa 1640 The turned back and arms above a triangular seat, on turned legs with ...

A rare William and Mary carved walnut child's high chair The oval caned panel back within a floral carved surround surmounted by a crown and p...

A pair of Charles II carved walnut side chairs The acanthus and paterae carved top-rails above scrolling leaf carved backs between spiral turn...

A pair of Queen Anne carved oak high back side chairs, circa 1710 The pierced scrolling leaf crestings above moulded rail backs, between balus...

A Charles II carved oak and marquetry chest, Leeds, Yorkshire The rectangular lid enclosing a candle box, the triple panelled front, with arca...

A Charles II carved oak bible box, circa 1660 The hinged rectangular moulded lid above a lunette and channelled carved front, on a moulded bas...

A Charles I carved oak boarded child's plank chest, circa 1640 The hinged moulded lid above a guilloche and leaf carved front, punch decorated...

A George II figured ash panelled back bacon settle The cavetto moulded cornice above a pair of doors and a pair of double doors, enclosing fiv...

An unusual pair of Queen Anne or George I walnut side chairs The vase shaped splats above panelled seats on block and ring turned legs joined ...

A Henry VIII carved oak boarded chest The rectangular moulded lid above a double lozenge and paterae carved front, with plank ends, 127cm wid...

A late Elizabethan oak and parquetry hanging livery cupboard, circa 1600 Inlaid with boxwood and ebonised geometric lines, the rectangular top...

A James II carved oak and pewter inlaid panelled chest, dated 1688 The hinged rectangular chevron and dot decorated lid enclosing a candle-box...

A large William and Mary walnut cushion frame mirror The rectangular bevelled plate within a moulded frame, 83cm high, 72cm wide. Proven...

A George III carved giltwood mirror, dated to the reverse May 1761 In the Chippendale rococo taste, the rectangular plate surmounted by a scro...

A George III carved giltwood mirror In the Chippendale rococo taste, the pierced acanthus leaf and double 'C' scroll carved cresting above a s...

A George III oak press cupboard, West or North Wales With a dentil-moulded cornice and a pair of pointed ogee-arched panel doors flanked by qu...

An oak joined stool, mid 17th century The friezes carved with foliate-filled lunettes, raised on ring-turned legs joined by square stretchers,...

A yew wood and elm high-back Windsor armchair, Thames Valley, circa 1800. With a pierced wheel splat, figured elm seat and turned legs joined ...

A black-painted comb-back Windsor armchair, probably West Country, late 18th / early 19th century With horse-shoe shaped arm bow and splayed f...

A George III oak cricket table With circular single-plank top and square chamfered legs joined by a triangular undertier, 53 diameter, 65cm h...

A 19th century French ash and elm farmhouse table The rectangular plank top above a frieze drawer on chamfered legs joined by an 'H' stretcher...

A George II oak chest on stand With two short and three long geometrically-moulded drawers, the original stand with two short drawers, shaped ...

A large cherry and ash cricket table, mid 19th century With three-plank top and applied bentwood rim, standing on three chamfered splayed legs...

An ash spindle-back rocking chair, Lancashire, mid 19th century With rush seat, 5 7cm wide, 68cm deep, 97cm high.

A George III ash comb-back Windsor armchair, probably West Country With arched toprail and solid vase splat, the arms with shaped front suppor...

A rare set of twelve Elizabethan sycamore painted roundels or fruit trenchers in original box late 16th/early 17th century Painted and gilt a...

An oak six-panel folding door Comprising 16th century ‘parchemin’ panels, later framed and with iron strap hinges, 75cm wide, 181cm high.

A George I oak cricket table With circular plank top and triangular base with baluster legs joined by square stretchers, the frieze rails sta...

An oak and inlaid cupboard, 19th century The frieze with trompe l’oeil cube parquetry decoration, above a pair of arcaded panel doors centred ...

An oak three-tier open court cup-board, Yorkshire, elements 17th century The top with hinged lid concealing a compartment, the upper frieze c...

A Gothic oak throne chair, late 19th / early 20th century The back with twin tracery panels below a pierced crest rail flanked by uprights car...

A pair of unusual tall brass turned pricket candlesticks , late 19th / early 20th century On turned ebonised oak bases and feet, each 115cm...

A pair of large baluster pewter candlesticks, mid 20th century Each 33.5 cm high. (2)

English Naive School Depicting a country inn, the sign annotated 'The Royal Oak, 1 iv 68', with smoke billowing from its two chimneys Oil on ...

An early 18th century English embroidered picture Set in the countryside and designed with a gentleman wearing a red coat and holding a hat u...

A Medieval fragmentary English limestone group of the seated Virgin The Virgin (and child) partially veiled and seated and with traces of the ...

A large oak high-back armchair, late 19th century With arched crest rail and uprights with finials, curved arms on square front supports and s...

A figured oak farmhouse table, French, late 19th century The oval top with moulded edge and standing on square legs, 190cm long, 144cm deep, ...

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