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 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
17th century oak dresser standing on elegant turned legs with two drawers in the frieze and lower stretcher. This is a charming little dresser which is a really good colour and will look even better when the restorers have polished it with beeswax. English circa 1680 £3800 English circa 1680 £3800 46cm / 18″ deep 168cm / 66″ wide 80cm / 31½” high 46cm / 18″ deep 168cm / 66″ wide 80cm / 31½” high 46cm / 18″ deep 168cm / 66″ wide 80cm / 31½” high
17th century oak antique dresser standing on turned legs with stretchers and with three good deep drawers in the frieze. This dresser is not too deep front to back so does not encroach on the room more than necessary. English circa 1680 £3800 English circa 1680 £3800 48cm / 19″ deep 89cm / 35″ high 190cm / 75″ wide 48cm / 19″ deep 89cm / 35″ high 190cm / 75″ wide 48cm / 19″ deep 89cm / 35″ high 190cm / 75″ wide
Mid-17th century Oak desk box, Lancashire, circa 1660-1670. The sloped lidded box with bold applied moldings to the top, with inscribed initials "E W" having traces of original inlays, flanking the original iron butterfly hinges. Above a front panel elaborately carved with tulips, thistles, carnations, roses and pears. The interior with three original fitted drawers retaining original fruitwood knobs.
A late 17th century oak bible box, with a carved arcaded front and iron clasp and hinges. Containing a family bible. The Holy Bible printed by M. Brown of Newcastle upon Tyne, dated MDCCXCI (1791). The interior of the bible has handwritten family history, starting with the marriage of Robert Stephens to Elizabeth Walker in 1842.
17th century carved oak coffer,finely carved detail to the panels,carved frieze,panelled sides,fantastic colour,lovely iron lock plate, Lovely colour and condition 43" x 19" x 21" high Internal Ref: 383 Dimensions Height = 53 cm (21") Width = 110 cm (44") Depth = 48 cm (19")
17th century panelled oak coffer, with three panels to the front, two panels to each side, raised on stile feet, unusual fitted inside, original steel lock plate and wire hinges, very unusual panelled inside Lovely colour and condition 49" x 21" x 26" high Internal Ref: 544 Dimensions Height = 66 cm (26") Width = 125 cm (49") Depth = 53 cm (21")
17th century carved oak coffer, two panels to the top, two carved panels to the front, carved frieze, panelled ends, raised on stile feet, original wire hinges Lovely colour and condition 44" x 19" x 22" high Internal Ref: 503 Dimensions Height = 56 cm (22") Width = 112 cm (44") Depth = 48 cm (19")
17th century antique oak coffer dating from the William and Mary period. This coffer has good moulded detail on the front of the legs, the uprights and around the panels on the top. There are four panels on the front and three on the top, the front panels are decorated with a diamond shape and the front of the highest cross member has carved scroll decoration. There is an old lock, but no key. Let us know if you want us to try and make a key as it is sometimes possible. The colour and patina of
A mid 17th century English oak armchair, Lancashire/South Lakes origin The geometric moulded back panel with fruitwood ovals and carved cresting rail set between the uprights. The turned shaped arms with solid seat supported by Doric moulded legs and moulded stretchers.
2 beautiful carved oak sculpture ornaments from the 17 century. With Italian influences. The sculptures come from the Netherlands. The sculptures have the original old age lacquer and patina and are in original condition. See the photos for more details. Antiques---
A late Oak 17th century carved fronted coffer, probably from the south Gloucestershire region, having a lovely colour and patina. Circa 1670 A late Oak 17th century carved fronted coffer, probably from the south Gloucestershire region, having a lovely colour and patina. Circa 1670 Size: 46.00″ wide X 15.12″ deep X 24.50″ tall
William and Mary Oyster- and Walnut-veneered Side Table, England, late 17th/early 18th century, oak secondary wood, top with curved edge, frieze drawer with ring pulls, barley-twist legs, cross-stretcher, four turned feet, ht. 28 1/2, wd. 26, dp. 21 in. Provenance: Property from the Harvard Art Museum, sold to benefit the acquisition fund. Estimate $300-500 Later drawer lock and probably replaced pulls, feet replaced, crack in one leg. Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects
Dutch Oak Utrecht cabinet, ca. 1640. Holland, height 145 width 151 depth 57 cm, oak wood, ca. 1650. With black ebony accents inlaid on the upper part and around the arches. The wardrobe can be picked up in Eindhoven, Holland. Antiques---
Charles I to Commonwealth period Oak joined table stool, with the rare feature of original sliding circular secondary top. The stool base with rectangular top, above lunette carved frieze rails joined by bold baluster and ball turned legs, with plain stretchers and remainder of original turned feet. With contemporary highly figured Oak three plank circular top, joined on the underside by two Elm bearers that are rebated and act as the locaters that slide the top into position, now missing an end
Oak eight seater gateleg table, the planked oval top with folding flaps supported when open on turned gates, the central section of the base with four turned legs united by square section stretchers, one end frieze with a fitted drawer. English, late 17th century