The Oak Interior

Bonhams London
London, New Bond Street 101 New Bond Street London W1S 1SR Tel: +44 20 7447 7447 Fax : +44 207 447 7401 [email protected]

Datum der Auktion: 02.04.2019

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A brass-cased door lock, in 17th/18th century style

The box engraved with a grotesque mask, and with an axehead-shaped handle, bolt shot and lacking key, 29cm wide

Los #: 3

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 400 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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An unusual Charles I joined oak coffer, with inlaid named inscription, West...

Having a triple panelled lid and front, each front end panel carved with an inlaid knot-pattern enclosed by a leafy S-scroll carved arcade, with stiff-leaf pillars and leaf-and-berry carved spandrels, the front central panel inlaid with the inscription 'This chest I give to John Walker and to his

Los #: 6TP

Schätzpreis: 1.500 £ - 2.000 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A Charles II joined oak panel-back open armchair, South-West Yorkshire...

The back panel incised-carved with an all-over design of leafy S-scrolls, the arched double-scroll carved cresting centred by a cross-hatched motif, and positioned over the plain back uprights and multiple scroll-profiled 'ears', the downswept open arms with punched-decoration to the top edge and

Los #: 10TP

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 1.500 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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An oak carving of Henry VIII, English

With feathered and bejewelled cap, small ruff, affixed to a pair of oak boards with lattice carving in low relief, 27cm wide x 6cm deep x 37cm high, (10 1/2in wide x 2in deep x 14 1/2in high

Los #: 13

Schätzpreis: 600 £ - 800 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A pair of early to mid-17th century carved oak panels, Flemish, circa 1630

Opposing, and each carved with a nymph atop the back of a scaly sea monster, or whale, a grassy landscape beyond, 41.5cm wide x 2.5cm deep x 22.5cm high, (16in wide x 0 1/2in deep x 8 1/2in high) (2

Los #: 14

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A small pair of carved oak panels

Each one with a lion mask against a punched ground and within a circlet, stylised leaf spandrels to the corners, 15cm wide x 2cm deep x 16cm high, (5 1/2in wide x 0 1/2in deep x 6in high

Los #: 16

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A small mid-17th century trumpet-based brass alloy socket candlestick...

The socket with only remnants of its flange, the stem with faint traces of two 'wedding band' knops, on a spreading circular base, 9.5cm base diameter x 13cm high

Los #: 20

Schätzpreis: 700 £ - 1.000 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A small mid-17th century trumpet-based brass alloy socket candlestick...

The socket with small flange, the stem un-decorated, on a domed and spreading circular base with footrim, 9cm base diameter x 12cm high

Los #: 21

Schätzpreis: 700 £ - 1.000 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A George II joined oak fully-enclosed high dresser, Denbighshire, circa 1730

The 'canopy' rack with a projecting moulded cornice and two shelves tenon-jointed through the shaped sides, the boarded top of the lower-section with double-reeded edge, above three drawers and a pair of shaped ogee-arched and fielded panelled cupboard doors, centred by a slender pointed ogee-arched

Los #: 22TP

Schätzpreis: 1.500 £ - 2.000 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A Charles II oak close stool, circa 1680

The near-square hinged lid of two boards with ovolo-moulded edge, above a plain railed under-frieze, the boards forming the front and sides with applied mouldings to simulate panelled construction, on block and ball-turned legs joined by a similarly turned H-form stretcher, with turned feet, 43.5cm

Los #: 23TP

Schätzpreis: 800 £ - 1.000 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A late 17th century joined oak backstool, Lancashire, circa 1680-90

The back panel carved with a large S-shape stylized leaf design enclosing a pair of multiple-petal flowerheads, below a bicuspid-shaped top rail with deep liner gauged-carving, the uprights with square-section pyramidal-type finials, single-piece boarded seat, on delicate block and inverted-baluster

Los #: 25TP

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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An early 18th century boarded close stool, English, circa 1700-20

The triple-boarded lid with deep cavetto-moulded under-frieze, the front with applied half-round beading to simulate two short over two long drawers, with brass drop-handles, base moulding, on ball feet, 54cm wide x 43.5cm deep x 50cm high, (21in wide x 17in deep x 19 1/2in high

Los #: 26TP

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A small mid-17th century boarded oak chest, English, circa 1650

Having a single-piece top with shallow ovolo-moulded edge, the front board with chip-carved ends, the sides descending to M-shaped cut-away supports, 87.5cm wide x 30.5cm deep x 42.5cm high, (34in wide x 12in deep x 16 1/2in high

Los #: 31TP

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A Charles II oak joint stool, circa 1660

The two-part top with ovolo-moulded edge, the rails carved with leaf-filled lunettes, raised on baluster and ring-turned legs, joined by plain stretchers all round, 46cm wide x 29cm deep x 55cm high, (18in wide x 11in deep x 21 1/2in high

Los #: 32TP

Schätzpreis: 600 £ - 800 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A Charles II joined oak gateleg dining table, circa 1680

The oval top formed from particularly thick boards, on ball-turned legs joined by plain stretchers, matching gates and turned feet, 140.5cm wide x 120.5cm deep x 74cm high, (55in wide x 47in deep x 29in high

Los #: 33TP

Schätzpreis: 600 £ - 800 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A joined oak side table, English, circa 1700

Having a triple-boarded top with ovolo-moulded edge, and single frieze drawer, the ball and tapering columnar-turned legs joined by plain stretchers all round, on turned feet, 77cm wide x 59cm deep x 70.5cm high, (30in wide x 23in deep x 27 1/2in high

Los #: 35TP

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A William & Mary joined oak gateleg occasional table, circa 1690

Having an oval drop-leaf top, raised on paired baluster and ball-centred legs, joined by rectangular-section stretchers with moulded upper edges, matching gates, and pear-shaped feet, 83cm wide x 71.5cm deep x 65cm high, (32 1/2in wide x 28in deep x 25 1/2in high

Los #: 36TP

Schätzpreis: 800 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A William & Mary joined oak spindle-back chair, North Country, circa 1690

With six ball-turned spindles mortised between the plain cresting and lower back rail, boarded seat, with block and flattened ball-turned front legs, joined by multiple plain stretchers, 49cm wide x 49cm deep x 97cm high, (19in wide x 19in deep x 38in high

Los #: 38TP

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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An impressive William III silver two-handled cup and cover, London, 1697

Maker's marks of Alexander Roode (fl. 1697 - 1700) The sides with spiral fluting, chased acanthus leaves near the junctions of the two scroll handles, fluted decoration to cover and fruit finial, base engraved with contemporary initials A over W*M, these initials repeated inside the cover, hallmarks

Los #: 39

Schätzpreis: 6.000 £ - 8.000 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A silver toilet mirror

Possibly circa 1700 Having a tall arched cresting, repoussé-decorated throughout with scrolling acanthus-leaves issuing from a fruit-filled basket, against a stippled-ground, the pine rear boards with easel-stand 30.5cm wide x 108cm deep x 47.5cm high, (12in wide x 42 1/2in deep x 18 1/2in high

Los #: 41

Schätzpreis: 3.000 £ - 4.000 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A pair of George II cast brass socket candlesticks, English, circa 1750

Seamed, both with removable drip-pan, and foliate and flower-cast knopped stem, the base cast with shells and rocaille cartouches, 24cm high, (2

Los #: 44

Schätzpreis: 3.000 £ - 4.000 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A pewter wrigglework beaker, Dutch, circa 1700

The drum with flared sides on a short and flared footring, decorated with a pair of exotic birds resting on stylized tulip-flowering foliage, the rim with a meandering leaf design, unidentified crowned rose touchmark to the underside, 17.2cm high

Los #: 46

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A George III O.E.W.S. 1½ pint pewter 'bottle dryer', circa 1780

Of baluster form, with stepped rim, 17cm high

Los #: 47

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A pewter slip-top spoon, circa 1600

The fig-shaped bowl stamped with the maker's mark 'II' [PS 5384], [fl.1550-1620], flanked by the ownership initials 'SR', length 16.5cm; together with a pewter 'Puritan' spoon, with Daniel Barton's dated touch of 1670 [PS 485] to oval bowl, along with ownership initials 'T L', length 17.5cm; an

Los #: 48

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 400 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A pewter lidless tappit hen, Imperial Chopin capacity, Aberdeen-type, circa...

The body of typical shouldered form, with bands of multiple-reeding, the handle with a lug and small boot-heel terminal, letters 'D G', for Dean of Guild, stamped under the base, capacity to rim 30 fl.oz., 20.3cm high

Los #: 49

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 400 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A George III/IV Britannia Metal teapot and matching stand

In the Neo-Classical style, the navette-shaped teapot with a fruitwood acorn-turned knop and single-curved handle, engraved to each side with a three letter monogram within a swag and tassel 'cartouche', which is also repeated on the centre of the stand, touchmark of James Vickers, Sheffield, [PS95

Los #: 50

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A rare cast pewter teapot, English, circa 1845

The ovoid body decorated in the style of the famous Portland Vase, depicting the story of Peleus and Thetis, acanthus leaf spout and handle, and ornate knop to the hinged lid, bearing the 'PATENT SEAMLESS DIEU ET MON DROIT' mark of Richard Ford Sturges, Birmingham, [PS9037], [fl.1840-63], to the

Los #: 52

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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An Elizabeth I/James I pewter 'Spanish Trencher' plate, circa 1600

With maker's crowned rose touchmark of '? S' to the rear of the plain rim, 18cm diameter, together with an unusual punch-decorated plate, probably French, the edge of the reeded rim with a band of meandering floral decoration, together with two stamped marks, one a coat of arms, 18.5cm diameter, (2

Los #: 55

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A large pewter wrigglework charger, French, circa 1700

The well designed with a galleon below a large flower-filled basket, with fanciful birds resting on the stylized stems, all within a floral border, the triple-reeded rim with matching scrolls, unidentified maker's touchmarks to rear, 57cm diameter

Los #: 56

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 02.04.2019

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A large late 17th century embossed brass octagonal mural reflector...

The central octagonal boss decorated with a Bacchanalian figure atop a barrel, amongst foliage, the border embossed with animals including a unicorn, a fox, hounds and deer, with rolled rim, 63cm wide x 7cm deep x 63cm high, (24 1/2in wide x 2 1/2in deep x 24 1/2in high

Los #: 57

Schätzpreis: 700 £ - 1.000 £

Datum: 02.04.2019