A 17th Century oak chair, the arched crest rail carved with leaf ornament, panelled back, on square uprights with turned finials, wood seat on turned underframe, and an oak chair of "17th Century" design, the panel back carved with lozenge motif, wood seat on turned front legs
17th century oak coffer with a panelled top, three carved panels to the front, panelled ends, raised on stile feet Lovely colour and condition 40" x 18" x 23" high Internal Ref: 469 Dimensions Height = 58 cm (23") Width = 102 cm (40") Depth = 46 cm (18")
A 17TH CENTURY OAK BIBLE BOX, the lid with chip carved and moulded edge, the front and sides carved with scrollwork and the front centred with a flowerhead beneath the original iron lock plate, now raised on baluster legs. 39cm high, 64cm wide, 40cm deep
A lovely quality mid 17th Century oak court cupboard of good proportions, the cupboard decorated with carved scrolling vines, the frieze over two cupboard doors flanked by turned columns, two oak lined drawers at the centre with lovely carved drawer fronts above two panelled cupboard doors, the base having wonderful carved floral decoration, great colour and in fantastic condition for it’s age. Circa 1660. A lovely quality mid 17th Century oak court cupboard of good proportions, the cupboard dec
A Late 17th Century oak bible box. Having a sloping front which opens to reveal an interior with three oak drawers above a beautiful finely carved front with wonderful patinated iron strap work and lockplate. English circa 1680, Condition: This bible box is in excellent condition, there is a shrinkage crack inside and the hinges have been replaced
Rare very large C17th solid Oak Gateleg Table seats 8/10. Original long drawers to centre with later wooden knobs. Fabulous oak barley twist legs. The two flaps lift up and are supported on swing barley twist legs. The flaps are 70 cms each in length when down supported by substantial iron hinges.. Mostly peg construction. The feet as is common for furniture of this age have been replaced due probably to the washing of the stone floors over the centuries. One flap tip shows signs of age giving t
Late 17th century oak coffer having panelled sides and a three carved panel front raised on square legs.Probably from the Yorkshire areaPlease noteAlthough most items are on display in our shop some maybe in our off-site store. If you are planning to visit us to view a specific item please check with us first.
A good 17th Century oak refectory table with cleated three-plank top, the frieze carved with twin serpents and leaf ornament, on six turned supports with plain stretchers, 99ins wide x 30ins deep x 32ins high
A mid 17th Century oak panel depicting Judith, a patriotic herione, having beheaded Holofernes, an Assyrian general, with a maid having the head in a sack. Judith first plied him with drink then beheaded the general the oppressor. The whole has a rich dark colour and excellent patination.
This oak cabinet is of rectangular form surmounted by a triangular pediment enclosing a small central drawer, above two doors which open to reveal four short and six longer drawers arranged around a central cupboard. The whole, as described by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, is painted black and ‘mordant gilded, silvered and varnished’ with landscapes and figures within wide borders profusely painted with scrolling vegetation. The principal panels on the doors, top and sides, show Dutch
A 17th century oak joined court cupboard made in two sections. The upper part has a secret lift-up lid below the dental type mouldings. The Elegant baluster shaped supports geometric moulding with small ebony pieces. Angled side panels and central single door. The lower section has a frieze drawer. Turned baluster support above a single shelf, supported on small shaped feet below a shaped frieze. Condition Good with expected wear and tear of an item of this age. Condition, Condition Good with ex
Large late 17th century oak gateleg table in very original condition with traditional pegged jointed construction having a single end opening drawer .The drop leaves when raised are supported by pull out gateleg action raised on turned supports.When half open the depth is 106cm,when fully open 160 cm(English, c. 1690)Please noteAlthough most items are on display in our shop some maybe in our off-site store. If you are planning to visit us to view a specific item please check with us first.
A Late 17th Century oak antique coffer. The rectangular three plank top retaining the original split pin hinges with a candle box to the inside. The front with dentil mouldings and three carved panels bearing the initials S.R. Raised on stile feet with panelled ends. Possibly Scottish circa 1680-1700, Condition: This coffer is in totally original condition, waxed in our workshops. A wonderful colour and patination, FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY
A rare late 17th century oak costrel, of rounded and triangular form, of coopered construction and having deep inset ends. It is initialled I.R. and has four wide iron riveted nailed bands and a raised central bung. The whole has a lovely rich dark colour and excellent patination.