The Oak Interior

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Datum der Auktion: 18.09.2019

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A James I joined oak and inlaid coffer, circa 1620

A James I joined oak and inlaid coffer, circa 1620 Of slender proportions, having a quadruple-panelled lid and front, each front panel with a small central lozenge inlaid in holly and bog-oak, the top rail nulled-carved, the central muntin rail designed wider to allow for a lock-plate, on extended

Los #: 32

Schätzpreis: 500 £ - 800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A rare Henry VIII part joined oak wall or fixed settle, West country...

A rare Henry VIII part joined oak wall or fixed settle, West country, probably Barnstaple, circa 1520 and later The high back of four linenfold-carved panels, each rendered with folded linen and fabric-role, the drapes carved at the top and straight-cut at the base, framed by moulded rails, with

Los #: 33

Schätzpreis: 5.000 £ - 8.000 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles II joined oak side table, circa 1680

A Charles II joined oak side table, circa 1680 Having a cleated boarded top, and single frieze drawer, on block and ball-turned legs joined by matching turned front and rear mid-rails and an H-form stretcher, on turned feet, 76.5cm wide x 51cm deep x 70.5cm high, (30in wide x 20in deep x 27 1/2in

Los #: 34

Schätzpreis: 500 £ - 800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles II joined oak backstool, Lancashire, circa 1680

A Charles II joined oak backstool, Lancashire, circa 1680 The back panel and tall arched cresting foliate carved, the back uprights with pyramidal finials, panelled seat, on block and baluster-turned legs, joined by a peg-baluster turned fore-rail and plain side and rear stretchers, 45.5cm wide x

Los #: 35

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 400 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles II joined oak backstool, Yorkshire, circa 1680

A Charles II joined oak backstool, Yorkshire, circa 1680 Having two arched and cusp-profiled splats carved with S-scrolls, the back uprights with inward-facing scroll-carved ends, the panelled seat raised on block and ball-turned legs joined by a ball-turned fore-rail and plain side and rear

Los #: 36

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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An English delftware bowl, circa 1740

An English delftware bowl, circa 1740 Probably London, painted with floral designs in red, blue, yellow and green, with scattered sprigs and stylized insects, 26.5cm diameter

Los #: 37

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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Four table runners, of 17th century Flemish tapestry

Four table runners, of 17th century Flemish tapestry One designed with carnations and narcissi, with gilt braid borders, lined, 20.5cm x 111cm; another with tulips, 18cm x 108cm; and two others, 19cm x 129cm and 21cm x 125cm, (4

Los #: 38

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A rare pair of Elizabeth I/James I carved oak and polychrome-decorated...

A rare pair of Elizabeth I/James I carved oak and polychrome-decorated figural pilasters, circa 1600 Modelled as a man and a woman beneath an Ionic capital, he with pointed beard, and both with scrolls for arms and with pronounced waists beneath a frill, above tapering stippled pilasters carved with

Los #: 39

Schätzpreis: 3.000 £ - 5.000 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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An delftware polychrome bowl, English, circa 1730

An delftware polychrome bowl, English, circa 1730 Probably Brislington, painted with five reserves, each with a peacock and stylized flora, mainly in blue, with green and red, diameter 26.5cm

Los #: 40

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 1.500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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Four reference books/catalogues, on Ceramics

Four reference books/catalogues, on Ceramics To include A. Ray, English Defltware Pottery (1977), signed by the author; L. B. Grisby, The Longridge Collection of English Slipware and Defltware (2000), 2 vols.; M. Archer, Defltware: The Tin-Glazed Earthenware of the British Isles (1997) and J. C

Los #: 41

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A good and rare joined oak cricket-type table, English, circa 1640-60

A good and rare joined oak cricket-type table, English, circa 1640-60 Having a thick twin-boarded dodecagonal top, the triangular base with lower edge moulded rails and single ring baluster-turned legs, joined by a low boarded undertier, 55cm wide x 53cm deep x 56cm high, (21 1/2in wide x 20 1/2in

Los #: 42

Schätzpreis: 3.000 £ - 4.000 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A rare Charles II elm and pine candlestand, possibly Welsh, circa 1680

A rare Charles II elm and pine candlestand, possibly Welsh, circa 1680 The near-circular single-piece well-figured elm top raised on a tapering octagonal-shaped pillar and cruciform downswept base, 40cm wide x 37.5cm deep x 63cm high, (15 1/2in wide x 14 1/2in deep x 24 1/2in high) Fußnoten

Los #: 43

Schätzpreis: 4.000 £ - 6.000 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A good Charles I oak joint stool, circa 1640

A good Charles I oak joint stool, circa 1640 The top with double-reed edge, the shallow rails with bicuspid-shaped lower edge and carved with demi-flower filled lunettes, on columnar-turned legs joined by plain stretchers all round, 44.5cm wide x 25.5cm deep x 53cm high, (17 1/2in wide x 10in deep x

Los #: 44

Schätzpreis: 3.000 £ - 4.000 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A good Charles II joined oak and ash backstool, Yorkshire, circa 1675

A good Charles II joined oak and ash backstool, Yorkshire, circa 1675 Having a pair of arched splats carved with tight-scrolls centred by a mask, a cusp-profiled upper edge, and 'horse-shoe' shaped lower edge unusually filled with a carved and pierced fleur-de-lys, the back uprights with inward

Los #: 45

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 1.500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles II joined oak open armchair, North Country, possibly Derbyshire...

A Charles II joined oak open armchair, North Country, possibly Derbyshire, circa 1660 The back panel carved with various flowerhead sprays scrolling from a stylized 'mound', the horizontal top rail carved with flowing tulipheads, the lower rail strapwork carved, and both rails, together with the

Los #: 46

Schätzpreis: 2.000 £ - 3.000 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Joined oak cricket-type table, English, circa 1700

A Joined oak cricket-type table, English, circa 1700 The near-circular twin-boarded top above lower-edge moulded rails, on three paired baluster-turned legs, centred by a triangular-shaped boarded undertier, with plain stretchers and turned feet, 76cm wide x 73cm deep x 72.5cm high, (29 1/2in wide x

Los #: 47

Schätzpreis: 1.200 £ - 1.800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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Three Charles II carved oak panels, English, possibly Welsh, dated 1666

Three Charles II carved oak panels, English, possibly Welsh, dated 1666 Each decorated with highly unusual and stylised low relief carving of a tree, with terminals in the form of roses, tulips and other flowers, urns issuing fleur-de-lys below, two of the trees centred by the figure of a man

Los #: 48

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A carved oak panel, German, circa 1600, probably Procession to Calvary on...

A carved oak panel, German, circa 1600, probably Procession to Calvary on the Via Dolorosa Showing a line of figures, the two figures at the front with their hands - possibly tethered - behind their backs, a soldier bringing up the rear, a rope in his hand, in a rocky landscape, 46cm wide x 5cm deep

Los #: 49

Schätzpreis: 800 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A carved oak panel, probably Northern French, circa 1580

A carved oak panel, probably Northern French, circa 1580 Carved with a mask wearing an exotic feathered headdress, surrounded by a strapwork, scroll-edged cartouche, 23cm wide x 2cm deep x 35.5cm high, (9in wide x 0 1/2in deep x 13 1/2in high

Los #: 50

Schätzpreis: 500 £ - 800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A pair of carved oak panels, French/English, circa 1550

A pair of carved oak panels, French/English, circa 1550 An opposing man and woman, she beneath grotesque scrolls and with square-necked gown and French hood, he beneath a gadrooned urn and wearing a jewelled cap, sprays of foliage below, 23.5cm wide x 2.5cm deep x 47cm high, (9in wide x 0 1/2in deep

Los #: 51

Schätzpreis: 800 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A carved oak panel, English, circa 1530-60

A carved oak panel, English, circa 1530-60 Topped by a female bust, her hair gathered into a cap and headdress, above a spray of carved foliage, 7.5cm wide x 1.5cm deep x 36.5cm high, (2 1/2in wide x 0 1/2in deep x 14in high

Los #: 52

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A set of three late 15th/early 16th century carved oak panels, French

A set of three late 15th/early 16th century carved oak panels, French All carved with bar tracery, two incorporating a fleur-de-lys, the other a pair of crossed, fletched arrows, one 24.5cm wide x 40.5cm high; another 21.5cm wide x 41cm high; the third 19cm wide x 41cm high, (3

Los #: 53

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A pair of carved oak panels, Flemish, circa 1620, with scenes from The...

A pair of carved oak panels, Flemish, circa 1620, with scenes from The Parable of the Prodigal Son The first showing The Departure of the Prodigal Son, the second probably The Prodigal Son receiving his Patrimony, his father's hand raised in blessing, in moulded frames, 31.5cm wide x 5cm deep x 39cm

Los #: 54

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 1.500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George III pewter rare style 'flat'-lid spouted flagon, Scottish, circa 1795

A George III pewter rare style 'flat'-lid spouted flagon, Scottish, circa 1795 Graham & Wardrop [fl.1774-1812], Glasgow The particularly slender tapering drum with broad mid-fillet and bold spout, twin-lobed thumbpiece, the single-curved handle with diamond strut to lower attachment and boot-heel

Los #: 55

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 400 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George III pewter tappit hen, of Scots pint capacity, Scottish, circa 1790

A George III pewter tappit hen, of Scots pint capacity, Scottish, circa 1790 The typical shouldered body with multiple incised lines, and engraved initials 'M P' over 'I M' to collar, plouk mark inside, 28.5cm high

Los #: 56

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George III pewter crested tappit hen, of Scots pint capacity, circa 1790

A George III pewter crested tappit hen, of Scots pint capacity, circa 1790 The typical shouldered body with multiple incised lines, and stamped ownership initials 'I S' over 'M L' to collar, knopped lid, capacity plouk mark inside, 29.5cm high

Los #: 57

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A late 17th century pewter beaker, English/Scottish, circa 1690

A late 17th century pewter beaker, English/Scottish, circa 1690 The plain flared body with a narrow footrim, unidentified clear maker's touchmark of 'W I' inside base, 27 fl.oz. capacity, 16.5cm high

Los #: 58

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 400 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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Three pewter lidded flagons, made in England for export to Guernsey, circa...

Three pewter lidded flagons, made in England for export to Guernsey, circa 1750-1830 All of typical baluster form, with a heart-shaped lid and twin-acorn thumbpiece, the largest bearing the importers marks of Nicholas Le Cheminant, (fl.1780-1830), (PS5828), 22cm high; another with the marks of Simon

Los #: 59

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 400 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A set of four George II rare ten-sided pewter plates, circa 1740

A set of four George II rare ten-sided pewter plates, circa 1740 Thomas Stribblehill II, London (fl.1704-1748) and Nicholson & Co. London (1733-1762) All with the owner's monogram engraved to the plain rim, three with maker's mark PS9021, M5111; the other with PS13391, 23.6cm diameter, (4

Los #: 60

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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An early 18th century pewter dome-lidded tankard, English, circa 1715

An early 18th century pewter dome-lidded tankard, English, circa 1715 The straight sided drum with low single narrow fillet, ram's horn thumbpiece and boot-heel terminal to handle, apparently unmarked, 16cm high

Los #: 61

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 18.09.2019