The Oak Interior

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Oxford Banbury Road Shipton-on-Cherwell Kidlington Oxford OX5 1JH Tel: +44 1865 853640 Fax : +44 1865 372722 [email protected]

Datum der Auktion: 18.09.2019

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A Charles II oak close stool, circa 1680

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

Los #: 124

Schätzpreis: 500 £ - 800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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An early 17th century iron strong box, German

An early 17th century iron strong box, German Of rectangular form, bound with riveted strapwork, with wrythen bale carry-handles to each end, the underside of the lid with a lock shooting five bolts, the interior with a wrythen strut support for the top, 70cm wide x 37.5cm deep x 41cm high, (27

Los #: 125

Schätzpreis: 500 £ - 800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A joined walnut and fruitwood geometric-decorated chest of drawers...

A joined walnut and fruitwood geometric-decorated chest of drawers, English, circa 1700 In two parts, having a twin-boarded top with ovolo-moulded edge and dentil-moulded under-frieze, above two short and one deep drawer, over two further long drawers, all drawer fronts with applied paired geometric

Los #: 126

Schätzpreis: 800 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II joined oak bureau bookcase, circa 1750

A George II joined oak bureau bookcase, circa 1750 Of slender proportions, having a dentil-moulded cornice, above a pair of arched panelled cupboard doors, enclosing three adjustable shelves, the lower-section with cleated fall opening to reveal a fitted interior, with central arched cupboard

Los #: 127

Schätzpreis: 700 £ - 1.000 £

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 Having a floral-carved tall arched cresting and back panel, pyramidal-finials to the back uprights, boarded seat, and block and ball-turned front legs joined by a ball-turned fore-rail, 48cm wide x 41cm deep x 107cm high, (18 1/2in wide x

Los #: 128

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

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 a pair of arched and cusp-profiled splats, each carved with tight scrolls and a central tear-drop shaped mask, the back uprights with scroll and hatch-carved ends above applied split mouldings, the panelled seat raised on flattened-ball

Los #: 129

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles I joined oak coffer, West Country, circa 1640

A Charles I joined oak coffer, West Country, circa 1640 Having a quadruple panelled lid, the front also with four panels, each carved with four demi-flowerheads centred by a small daisy flower, all front rails guilloche-carved, with interior lidded till and oak lockplate, 154.5cm wide x 62cm deep x

Los #: 130

Schätzpreis: 600 £ - 800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A joined oak chest of drawers, English, circa 1680-1700

A joined oak chest of drawers, English, circa 1680-1700 The top of two typically thin boards with ovolo-moulded edge, above four long drawers, each with paired mitre-mouldings, on extended stile supports, 98cm wide x 54cm deep x 93cm high, (38 1/2in wide x 21in deep x 36 1/2in high

Los #: 131

Schätzpreis: 800 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II thirty-hour fruitwood longcase clock, circa 1745

A George II thirty-hour fruitwood longcase clock, circa 1745 George Whitley, Harborough Having a flat-topped hood with Doric front columns and dentil-moulded cornice, the trunk with an ogee-arched door, on a rectangular base and scrolled bracket feet, the eleven-inch signed square dial with Roman

Los #: 132

Schätzpreis: 500 £ - 800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II/III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1760

A George II/III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1760 Thomas Cox, Cromhall, Gloucestershire The square hood with brass ball-finial surmounted pagoda top and blind-fret cornice, the trunk with line-inlaid door, on a rectangular base with cut-away plinth, the eleven-inch square signed brass dial

Los #: 133

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II/III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1760

A George II/III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1760 James Hinksman, Sutton Maddock, Shropshire The flat-topped hood with a floral carved frieze and Doric columns, the trunk with an ogee-headed door, on a rectangular base and plinth, the eleven-inch signed square brass dial with Roman and

Los #: 134

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George III thirty-hour oak loncase clock, circa 1780

A George III thirty-hour oak loncase clock, circa 1780 John Wells (1746-1810), Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire Having a flat-topped hood with free-standing brass capital and plinth front columns, the trunk with a serpentine-shaped headed door, a rectangular base and plinth, the signed ten-inch dial

Los #: 135

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1750

A George II thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1750 (Francis) Bayley, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire (fl.1726-c.1760) The flat-topped hood with a Doric column to each corner, the trunk with a flattened-ogee arched door, on a rectangular base with plinth, the eleven-inch signed square brass dial with

Los #: 136

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1740

A George II thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1740 James Webster (b.1714), Shrewsbury, Shropshire The hood with a pierced cushioned frieze and free-standing slender square-section reeded columns, the trunk with an arched cockbeaded door, with a plain rectangular base, the signed eleven-inch

Los #: 137

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II thirty-hour longcase clock, circa 1750

A George II thirty-hour longcase clock, circa 1750 Henry Richards, Somerton, Somerset The hood with a quatrefoil blind-fret cornice and Doric front columns, the trunk with a mahogany-crossbanded door, on a rectangular base and bracket feet, the signed eleven-inch dial with Roman and Arabic numeral

Los #: 138

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George III thirty-hour well-figured oak longcase clock, circa 1780

A George III thirty-hour well-figured oak longcase clock, circa 1780 William Archer (b.1758), Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire The hood with free-standing plain columns and broken swan-neck pediment centred by an urn finial, the trunk with a shallow single-board door above a fixed crossbanded

Los #: 139

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 400 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1740

A George II thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1740 William Hawkins (1703-1775), Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk The hood with a stepped arched pediment surmounted by pineapple finials and with Corinthian columns, the trunk with a lip-moulded door, rectangular base and plinth, the signed eleven-inch

Los #: 140

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II eight-day longcase clock, circa 1750

A George II eight-day longcase clock, circa 1750 The flat-topped hood with corner tapering columns and scrolling blind-fret cornice, the trunk with a long lip-moulded door, on a rectangular base and plinth, the apparently unsigned square twelve-inch dial with Roman and Arabic chapter ring, a

Los #: 142

Schätzpreis: 500 £ - 800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1740

A George II thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1740 George Whitley, Harborough The flat-topped hood with Doric columns, the trunk with double-reeded edge door, on a rectangular base and plinth, the signed eleven-inch square brass dial with Roman numeral chapter ring, matted centre and Rococo

Los #: 143

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II thirty-hour longcase clock, circa 1740

A George II thirty-hour longcase clock, circa 1740 Richard Quinton, Downton, Wiltshire The hood with projecting cornice, heart and geometric pierced cornice and tapering Doric columns, the trunk with a slender lip-moulded elongated door, on a tall rectangular base and serpentine-shaped cut-away

Los #: 144

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George II/III thirty-hour longcase clock, circa 1760

A George II/III thirty-hour longcase clock, circa 1760 Samuel Ashton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire The hood with a flat projecting cornice, floral fretted cornice and stepped turned columns, the trunk with an arched door, on a rectangular base and plinth, the 11¼-inch sign square brass dial with Roman and

Los #: 145

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1775

A George III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1775 Thomas Honeybone (1744-1796), Wanborough, Wiltshire Having a relatively plain hood, a slender lip-moulded trunk door and a rectangular base with plinth, the ten-inch signed square brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, the centre engraved

Los #: 146

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1770

A George III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1770 [George] Payne, Ludlow, Shropshire The hood with an arcaded blind-fretwork frieze and free-standing Doric columns, the trunk with a pointed-ogee arched door, on a rectangular base and plinth, the ten-inch signed square brass dial with Roman

Los #: 147

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1760

A George III thirty-hour oak longcase clock, circa 1760 John Lawson (d.1789), Keighley, West Yorkshire The hood with blind fretwork frieze, dentil cornice and free-standing baluster-turned columns, the trunk with a flattened-ogee arched door and quarter-cut columns, the base with canted corners, on

Los #: 148

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A George I/II thirty-hour longcase clock, circa 1730

A George I/II thirty-hour longcase clock, circa 1730 Joseph Thomas, Cirencester The hood with Doric columns, the trunk door with half-round applied edge moulding, on a plain rectangular base, the eleven-inch signed square brass dial with Roman chapter ring, matted centre with date aperture and mask

Los #: 149

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles I joined oak and elm open armchair, West Country, circa 1640

A Charles I joined oak and elm open armchair, West Country, circa 1640 The relatively tall back panel carved with a pair of adorsed helmeted and winged grotesques beneath a stiff-leaf carved arcade, with arched double-scroll-carved cresting, the scroll finial back uprights gadrooned-carved above the

Los #: 150

Schätzpreis: 1.500 £ - 2.000 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles II joined oak gateleg dining table, circa 1680

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 #: 151

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles I joined oak panel-back open armchair, West Country, circa 1640

A Charles I joined oak panel-back open armchair, West Country, circa 1640 The back-panel carved with a large lozenge, filled with geometric leaves and flowerheads, and green-man mask lower spandrels, all within an applied frilly-leaf carved arcade, the back cross-rails and uprights gauge-carved, and

Los #: 152

Schätzpreis: 2.000 £ - 3.000 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles I joined oak coffer, West Country, circa 1640

A Charles I joined oak coffer, West Country, circa 1640 Having a twin-panelled lid, the front with three panels, each carved with a cable-filled arcade, enclosing to the centre panel a single flowering-stem and to each outer panel a saltire-motif, all beneath a flowerhead-filled guilloche-carved

Los #: 153

Schätzpreis: 600 £ - 800 £

Datum: 18.09.2019

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A Charles II joined oak chest with drawers, North Country, circa 1680

A Charles II joined oak chest with drawers, North Country, circa 1680 The triple-boarded lid with ovolo-moulded edge, the front with three geometric mitre-moulded panels, the central panel also carved with the initials 'E' and 'M' and flanking a whorl-centred lozenge, the two outer panels with a

Los #: 154

Schätzpreis: 800 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 18.09.2019