The Collector: to include Period Oak and Folk Art - 14th October 2021

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Lot 1

Sold For

£800.00

Description

Rare Charles I oak low back stool, circa 1640, the scroll arching top rail above a series of turned spindles and geometric carved rails with unusual button boss to the sides above the solid seat and baluster turned legs united by stretchers, 84cm high, 45cm wide, 38cm deep


Lot 2

Sold For

£720.00

Description

A pair of late 17th century walnut and cane side chairs, circa 1685, each back having a pair of narrow cane panels framed by paired and flowerhead centred S-scrolls, the cresting also with a typical pierced crown,�cane seat, on horse-leg front legs, joined by a matching cresting fore-rail and baluster-turned H-form stretcher, 51cm wide, 45cm deep, 115.5cm high (2) For an open armchair of extremely similar design, very possibly from the same set/maker, see The Burrell Collection, Glasgow, item no. 14.157


Lot 3

Sold For

£550.00

Description

William & Mary oak settle, Lancashire/Cheshire, circa 1690, the back of four rectangular fielded panels, the uprights with pyramidal finials, the slender round-ended downswept arms on columnar-turned supports, rope seat, unusually on three columnar-turned front legs joined by a mid-stretcher,�188cm wide,�68cm deep,�105.5cm high


Lot 4

Sold For

£400.00

Description

Late 17th Century French Walnut joint stool, the rectangular top above out swept turned legs united by turned stretchers, the top 36cm long, 28cm wide, 46cm high overall


Lot 5

Description

Charles II oak geometric chest of drawers, circa 1670, the rectangular top above a deep moulded geometric drawer above two further geometric drawers raised on squat bun feet, 93cm wide, 59.5cm deep, 95cm high


Lot 6

Sold For

£950.00

Description

Charming George III boarded elm bow back settle, West Country, circa 1800, of small proportions, the slightly bow back above the two plank solid seat flanked by arms with high terminals and plank sides forming the legs, 120cm wide, 27cm deep, 107cm high, the seat 41cm high


Lot 7

Sold For

£240.00

Description

French 19th Century folding Vendange (wine) or coaching table, of small proportions, the circular folding table with clad tin repairs above folding legs, 64cm wide, 67cm deep, 47cm high


Lot 8

Sold For

£440.00

Description

Small Charles II oak coffer, Devon, circa 1660, the rectangular top above a lunette carved frieze and two panel front raised on block supports, 85cm long, 41cm deep, 53cm high


Lot 9

Sold For

£120.00

Description

Mid 17th Century oak gateleg table, the oval drop leaf top above a moulded frieze and turned legs, united by stretchers, 97cm long, 109cm wide when fully open, 72cm high


Lot 10

Sold For

£280.00

Description

William & Mary oak side table, circa 1690 and later, having a twin-boarded end-cleated top, a slender frieze drawer and baluster-turned legs joined by a baluster-turned H-shaped stretcher,�76.5cm wide,�52.5cm deep,�70.5cm high