Period Oak and Folk Auction December 2020

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Lot 1

Estimate

£6,000.00 - £9,000.00

Description

Charles II / William & Mary Oak & Elm Cupboard Dresser, English, circa 1670 � 1690, the plank top above three heavily moulded geometric pattern drawers, the centre drawer above twin similar dummy drawers flanked by twin raised arcaded and moulded doors, with original upper and lower frieze mouldings, with plain end panels and Elm interior and back boards, 5� 10� Long x 35� High x 22.5� Deep


Lot 2

Estimate

£500.00 - £700.00

Description

Charles II oak geometric chest of drawers, circa 1680, the rectangular top above four long panelled drawers on block supports, 109cm wide, 55.5cm deep, 107cm high


Lot 3

Estimate

£120.00 - £180.00

Description

Late 17th Century oak side table, the rectangular top above a frieze drawer and turned supports united by stretchers, 69cm x 56cm x 68cm


Lot 4

Estimate

£1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Description

Queen Anne Painted Oak Candle-Stand, English, circa 1700 � 1710. With small circular top above a tapered octagonal chamfered stem, terminating on an original octagonal drop, supported on three shaped and splayed legs. Having 19th century scumble painted decoration over original dark green paint, with chips and natural wear showing through to the green under painted surface, 29cm wide, 76cm high


Lot 5

Estimate

£400.00 - £600.00

Description

18th Century and later oak dresser and rack, the shelved rack above the rectangular top with three frieze drawers above the turned supports united by an undertier, 165cm x 42cm x 184cm


Lot 6

Estimate

£100.00 - £150.00

Description

George III oak Norfolk chest of drawers, the rectangular top above three short and three long drawers raised on bracket feet, 97cm wide, 53cm deep, 98cm high


Lot 7

Estimate

£200.00 - £300.00

Description

Early 18th Century oak chest of drawers, the rectangular top above two short and three long drawers raised on bracket feet, 96cm wide, 55cm deep, 94cm high


Lot 8

Estimate

£450.00 - £550.00

Description

Near pair of Swedish Folk Art armchairs, the arched top rail with brown mottled paint above four green mottled splats and a conforming brown mottled seat and tapering legs, 65cm and 63cm high, (2)


Lot 9

Estimate

£400.00 - £600.00

Description

19th Century Primitive school, a cat eating from a dish with a magpie and a dog looking on, unsigned oil on board, housed within a maple frame, 48cm x 28cm


Lot 10

Estimate

£50.00 - £70.00

Description

Early 19th Century silk work with a lady gardener, housed within the gilt and black glass frame, 22cm 28cm. Provenance Witney Antiques