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Lot 1

Estimate

£8,000.00 - £12,000.00

Description

An impressive and good Charles II joined oak and inlaid double panel-back open armchair, South-West Yorkshire, circa 1670 Profusely and boldly carved, typically having a narrow back panel (inlaid), over a large panel carved with stylized foliage, the large cresting rail carved with paired leafy-scrolls and leafy-buds, carved ears, the uprights unusually extensively foliate carved and with cross-hatched detail, the downswept arms with scroll terminals, on flattened-ball front supports, wrap-around boarded seat, run-moulded seat rails, the front legs again ball-turned and joined all round by plain stretchers,, 56cm wide, 49cm deep, 122cm high An extremely similar chair, almost certainly from the same Yorkshire workshop, formerly in the Gene and Sally Foster Collection and illustrated Victor Chinnery, �Oak Furniture: The British Tradition� (2016), p. 434, fig. 4:132, sold Bonhams, London, 28 March 2018, Lot 148, (�21, 250) Simonini collection


Lot 2

Estimate

£1,800.00 - £2,200.00

Description

A good Elizabeth I oak coffer, circa 1600, Lancashire, of small proportions, the rectangular top with chip carved edge enclosing a candle box and storage space, the front panel with a thumb carved frieze above two geometric panels carved with an eight petal flower with bold carved frame flanked by further elongated and bead carving raised on block supports, the back of the coffer with three panels and moulded edge, 95.5cm wide, 46cm deep, 60cm high


Lot 3

Estimate

£800.00 - £1,200.00

Description

Charles II joined oak panel-back open armchair, Yorkshire, circa 1670, the back panel carved with a large geometric-filled lozenge with scroll pennants, the unusual cresting with scroll-carved terminals, centred by an inverted heart, the downswept arms flanking the rope seat, on baluster- turned legs joined by plain stretchers, 57cm wide, 47cm deep, 109cm high, the seat height 39cm Simonini collection


Lot 4

Estimate

£1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Description

Charles I oak mural glass case livery cupboard, West Country, circa 1640, the rectangular plank top above an open canopy and surrounded by cable carved moulding above the pair of fielded panelled doors each with an arched carved panel and central stylised flower enclosing a shelf to the interior, 91cm long, 22cm deep, 64cm high


Lot 5

Estimate

£800.00 - £1,200.00

Description

A substantial pair of 16th Century oak panels, Flemish, circa 1580, depicting St. John, The Evangelist and St. Matthew, carved within an arcade, flanked by carved Corinthian columns hung with foliate swags, originally doors, 43cm wide, 56.5cm high, (2) Simonini collection


Lot 6

Estimate

£150.00 - £250.00

Description

Charles II oak backstool, Yorkshire, circa 1670, having an arched splat�with cusped upper edge, carved with scroll and centred by a carved mask, with ball pendants,� atop a lunette-carved horizontal rail, the panelled seat on turned legs united by a turned �fore rail and multiple plain stretchers Simonini collection


Lot 7

Estimate

£150.00 - £250.00

Description

Pair of 17th Century walnut appliques, designed as spandrels, carved as cherubs among scrolling leaves and flowers, 30cm high, (2)


Lot 8

Estimate

£70.00 - £90.00

Description

Charles II carved oak panel, Lancashire, with two bunches of grapes to the centre and a flower and leaf surround, 31.5cm wide, 37.5cm high


Lot 9

Estimate

£800.00 - £1,200.00

Description

17th Century elm long bench, the rectangular top above turned legs united by H form stretchers, 135cm long, 28.5cm wide, 52cm high


Lot 10

Estimate

£500.00 - £700.00

Description

Harlequin set of six 17th English Century chairs, circa 1685, each with a high back and arched top rail above splats and a solid seat raised on turned supports and stretchers, (6)