WELCOME TO INVALUABLE
Be the first to know about
the latest online auctions.
Please enter a valid email address (name@host.com)
Sign Up »
PS: We value your privacy
Thank you!
 
 
Want to learn more
about online auctions?
Take a Quick Tour »
 
Invaluable cannot guarantee the accuracy of translations through Google Translate and disclaims any responsibility for inaccurate translations.
Show translation options
Auction Description for Wilkinson's Auctioneers: Period Oak, The Private Collections; A Cornish Yeoman's House and a Sussex Long House
Auction Description:

A beautiful array of items from two vast private collections including; tapestries, period oak furniture and carvings, brassware, 4x poster beds, a delightful primitive chair as well as very unsual early english court cupboard, amongst other items.

 

 

Viewing Notes:
Viewinig is available: Thursday 23rd Feb 11-4pm, Friday 24th Feb 11-4pm, Saturday by appointment only and Sunday prior to the sale from 9am.
Conditions of Sale:
Important Information for Buyers

If you are new to Wilkinson's please read the following information and condition of sale. If you are unsure or need any assistance please ask and we will be happy to advise.

Buyer's Premium
A buyer's premium (incl. Live! Fee) is payable of 23.00% of the hammer price of each lot purchased (VAT at the appropriate rate is charged on the premium)

V.A.T.
Unless indicated, no VAT will be payable on the hammer price and the premium will be shown inclusive of VAT. (The VAT inclusive with the premium is not normally recoverable by the buyer.) However, occasionally VAT is charged on the hammer price at the appropriate rate. In these cases the lots will be indicated in the catalogue and announced by the auctioneer.

Bidding
Buyers must register before the sale at the office for a bidding number. The highest bidder is the buyer. In the event of a dispute, the auctioneer will determine the buyer, or at his discretion re-offer the lot. All lots become the responsibility of the buyer at the fall of the hammer. All lots should be paid for within seven days of the sale.

Commission and Telephone Bids
If you are unable to attend the sale the auctioneers will be happy to execute commission bids. Buyers can complete a commission bid form online from our direct website. Any commission bids left through the invaluable site are subject to additional commission of 3%. Forms are also available from the office and may be sent by post, fax and telephone. Any buyer wishing to bid by telephone during the sale must make prior arrangement as telephone lines are limited. The auctioneers do not accept any responsibility for any errors or omissions arising from commission or telephone bids.

Methods of Payment
Paying by cash.
Cash payments can be made at the office, either during or after a sale.
Paying by Debit or Credit Cards.
Payments can be made by Switch, MasterCard and Visa Cards. (There is no surcharge, however some cards are not accepted, please check within the office).
Paying by Cheque.
All cheques should be payable to "Wilkinson's" for the total amount due. Cheques for large amounts will be cleared before goods are released unless prior arrangements have been made with the auctioneer.

Condition Reports
Wilkinson's are pleased to give verbal condition reports, which are meant as a guide only. Buyers are reminded that they should view before the sale to satisfy themselves as to the condition, any restoration, damage, origin, date, age, authorship, attribution and provenance.
Any statement made by the Auctioneer from the rostrum before accepting any bids shall be deemed to supersede any conditions, notices, descriptions and statements made in the catalogue or elsewhere.
Wilkinson's endeavour to catalogue all lots correctly, however should any lot prove to be a deliberate forgery, the auctioneers upon receipt of a written notice of such within seven days of the sale, shall rescind the sale, provided that the lot is returned within fourteen days of the sale in the same condition as at the time of sale. The benefit of this guarantee shall not be assignable. By making a bid, each buyer conditions, the damages recoverable by the vendor or the auctioneers from the defaulters shall include any loss incurred on sale, together with commission and expenses in respect of both sales.

Electrical Goods
It is essential that lots which were originally operated by mains electricity be checked by a qualified electrician before use. They may not comply with the current statutory requirements and as such are offered for solely for display of historical purpose.

General
Wilkinson's is situated in the centre of Doncaster near the market and is close to Doncaster's main line station (regular from King's Cross, London). Doncaster is served by M1, M18, M180 and A1(M) motorways.

Deliveries
Deliveries can be arranged by approved carriers, at the best available rates. Items which are not collected/shipped within two weeks of the sale, without prior arrangement will be subject to storage fees of £10 per week.
Shipping Terms:
Auction House can help arrange shipment, at buyer's expense
Buyer's Premium:
A buyer's premium (incl. Live! Fee) is payable of 23.00% of the hammer price of each lot purchased (VAT at the appropriate rate is charged on the premium)
V.A.T. :
Unless indicated, no VAT will be payable on the hammer price and the premium will be shown inclusive of VAT. (The VAT inclusive with the premium is not normally recoverable by the buyer.) However, occasionally VAT is charged on the hammer price at the appropriate rate. In these cases the lots will be indicated in the catalogue and announced by the auctioneer.
Methods of Payment:
Paying by cash.
Cash payments can be made at the office, either during or after a sale.
Paying by Debit or Credit Cards.
Payments can be made by Switch, MasterCard and Visa Cards. (There is no surcharge, however some cards are not accepted, please check within the office).
Paying by Cheque.
All cheques should be payable to "Wilkinson's" for the total amount due. Cheques for large amounts will be cleared before goods are released unless prior arrangements have been made with the auctioneer.

Period Oak, The Private Collections; A Cornish Yeoman's House and a Sussex Long House (607 Lots)

by Wilkinson's Auctioneers

February 26, 2017, 11:00 AM GMT

Live Auction

Doncaster, United Kingdom

Refine by:
Category: All
All Categories
Asian Art & Antiques (2)
  Chinese Bowls (1)
  Southeast Asian - General (1)
Collectibles (2)
  Books - General (2)
Decorative Art (2)
  Vases (1)
  Stained Glass (1)
Fine Art (28)
  Landscape Paintings (8)
  Portrait Paintings (15)
  Still Life Paintings (2)
  Sculpture Busts (1)
  Figural Sculptures (2)
Furniture (55)
  Cabinets (3)
  Chests (20)
  Armchairs (1)
  Chairs - General (1)
  Brass Metalware (2)
  Cast Iron Metalware (8)
  Copper Metalware (1)
  Chandeliers, Fixtures & Sconces (5)
  Mirrors - General (1)
  Persian Rugs & Carpets (1)
  Tables, Stands & Consoles - General (5)
  Antique Tables (3)
  English Tables (2)
  European Tables (2)
Guns & Firearms (1)
  Rifles - General (1)
Wines & Spirits (1)
  Wine & Spirits Accessories - General (1)
Search
Jump to:
Go
Sort by:  
Lots with images first
Per page:  
A Fine 15th Century French Wrought Iron Dome Topped Casket , clad in decorative cross-hatched straps adorned with faceted square studs alternated with bands of intricate tracery. The lid centred by an oval ring handle. The base having two pins to the corners releasing spring loaded hasps to the front, 7¼ ins (18.5 cms) high [handle down], 8 ins (20 cms) wide, 5½ ins (14 cms) deep.

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Description: A Fine 15th Century French Wrought Iron Dome Topped Casket , clad in decorative cross-hatched straps adorned with faceted square studs alternated with bands of intricate tracery. The lid centred by an oval ring handle. The base having two pins to the corners releasing spring loaded hasps to the front, 7¼ ins (18.5 cms) high [handle down], 8 ins (20 cms) wide, 5½ ins (14 cms) deep.

View additional info

Starting bid: £2,200 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An Antique Bronze Gothic Style Figural Candlestick of dark brown patination. The mediaeval male figure holding a branch entwined with a serpent in one hand with a hexagonal candle socket in the other, raised on a small platform above a pierced sexfoil base, 10½ ins (27 cms) high,

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: An Antique Bronze Gothic Style Figural Candlestick of dark brown patination. The mediaeval male figure holding a branch entwined with a serpent in one hand with a hexagonal candle socket in the other, raised on a small platform above a pierced sexfoil base, 10½ ins (27 cms) high,

View additional info

Starting bid: £1,500 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Small 17th Century Pewter Capstan Candlestick. The pierced socket on a short stem above a drip tray stamped with hallmarks and truncated bell base, 4½ ins (11.5 cms) in height.

Estimate: £300 - £600

Description: A Small 17th Century Pewter Capstan Candlestick. The pierced socket on a short stem above a drip tray stamped with hallmarks and truncated bell base, 4½ ins (11.5 cms) in height.

View additional info

Starting bid: £220 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 15th Century Narrow Pierced Gothic Panel with crocketted spires, 29¼ ins x 4¼ ins (74 cms x 11 cms).

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: A 15th Century Narrow Pierced Gothic Panel with crocketted spires, 29¼ ins x 4¼ ins (74 cms x 11 cms).

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Late 15th Century Carved Oak Door enriched with Gothic Tracery, 51½ ins x 24½ ins (131 cm x 61 cms).

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: A Late 15th Century Carved Oak Door enriched with Gothic Tracery, 51½ ins x 24½ ins (131 cm x 61 cms).

View additional info

Starting bid: £1,100 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 19th Century German Dome-topped Steel Casket bound in decoratively pierced straps backed in leather and having a a swing handle to the top and two hasps adorned with square studs flanking a keyhole to the front, 8 ins (20 cms) high [handle down], 10 ins (25 cms) wide, 6½ ins (16.5 cms) deep.

Estimate: £1,200 - £1,800

Description: A 19th Century German Dome-topped Steel Casket bound in decoratively pierced straps backed in leather and having a a swing handle to the top and two hasps adorned with square studs flanking a keyhole to the front, 8 ins (20 cms) high [handle down], 10 ins (25 cms) wide, 6½ ins (16.5 cms) deep.

View additional info

Starting bid: £900 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Rare 14th Century Bronze Ewer. The pot-bellied vessel raised on three footed legs with a strap handle to one side and a spout with cross bracket to the other, 8 ins (20 cms).

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,000

Description: A Rare 14th Century Bronze Ewer. The pot-bellied vessel raised on three footed legs with a strap handle to one side and a spout with cross bracket to the other, 8 ins (20 cms).

View additional info

Starting bid: £1,800 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Small 17th Century Heavy Cast Bronze Pricket Stick with knopped stem, 11 ins (28 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £800 - £1,600

Description: A Small 17th Century Heavy Cast Bronze Pricket Stick with knopped stem, 11 ins (28 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £600 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 13th Century Persian Bronze Mortar. The round receptacle with octagonal flanked top above four pierced lug handles and a flared octagonal foot, 5 ins (13 cms) high, 9 ins (23 cms) wide.

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: A 13th Century Persian Bronze Mortar. The round receptacle with octagonal flanked top above four pierced lug handles and a flared octagonal foot, 5 ins (13 cms) high, 9 ins (23 cms) wide.

View additional info

Starting bid: £1,500 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Small 16th/17th Century Bronze Cauldron with iron swing handle looped through triangular lugs either side, oval medallions cast with initials and a ringed frieze bands, 4¾ ins (12 cms) high [handle down]. 5½ ins (14 cms) in diameter.

Estimate: £500 - £700

Description: A Small 16th/17th Century Bronze Cauldron with iron swing handle looped through triangular lugs either side, oval medallions cast with initials and a ringed frieze bands, 4¾ ins (12 cms) high [handle down]. 5½ ins (14 cms) in diameter.

View additional info

Starting bid: £360 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Small & Rare 17th/18th Century Bronze Candle Stick. The ring turned socket on a baluster stem screwing into a flared bell shaped base with cup handle, 5 ins (13 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £200 - £400

Description: A Small & Rare 17th/18th Century Bronze Candle Stick. The ring turned socket on a baluster stem screwing into a flared bell shaped base with cup handle, 5 ins (13 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An Early 17th Century English Brass Candlestick, Circa 1600. The socket on a slender columnar stem and round flat topped foot, 9 ins (23 cms) in height.+

Estimate: £200 - £400

Description: An Early 17th Century English Brass Candlestick, Circa 1600. The socket on a slender columnar stem and round flat topped foot, 9 ins (23 cms) in height.+

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 16th Century Brass Candlestick. The large socket with lateral cut stub ejector on a blade knopped stem and domed bell shaped base with up turned flange, 8 ins (20 cms) high.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: A 16th Century Brass Candlestick. The large socket with lateral cut stub ejector on a blade knopped stem and domed bell shaped base with up turned flange, 8 ins (20 cms) high.

View additional info

Starting bid: £220 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Bronze Candlestick. The socket pierced with ejector hole on a slender knopped stem and round turned base 8¾ ins (22 cms) high.

Estimate: £1,200 - £1,600

Description: A Bronze Candlestick. The socket pierced with ejector hole on a slender knopped stem and round turned base 8¾ ins (22 cms) high.

View additional info

Starting bid: £900 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An Unusual 16th Century Brass Washbowl/Candlestick. The candle-socket on a short stem screwing into the centre of a lathe turned basin, 4 ins (10 cms) high, 9½ ins (24 cms) in diameter.*

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: An Unusual 16th Century Brass Washbowl/Candlestick. The candle-socket on a short stem screwing into the centre of a lathe turned basin, 4 ins (10 cms) high, 9½ ins (24 cms) in diameter.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 17th Century Bronze Mortar cast with date and inscription around the rim; SOLI DEO GLORIA 1629, above a frieze band of scrolling foliate motifs and dolphin form handles, 4 ins (10 cms) in height, 4¼ ins (11 cms) in diameter.

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: A 17th Century Bronze Mortar cast with date and inscription around the rim; SOLI DEO GLORIA 1629, above a frieze band of scrolling foliate motifs and dolphin form handles, 4 ins (10 cms) in height, 4¼ ins (11 cms) in diameter.

View additional info

Starting bid: £600 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Bronze Bell Circa 1700, cast with a band of inscription round the top; 'GAETANO GALUPPINI FECE A MCDD', above swagged garlands, bust of Madonnna & child on one side, and a crucifix on the other, 8 ins (20 cms) high.*

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: A Bronze Bell Circa 1700, cast with a band of inscription round the top; 'GAETANO GALUPPINI FECE A MCDD', above swagged garlands, bust of Madonnna & child on one side, and a crucifix on the other, 8 ins (20 cms) high.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £600 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An Unusual 16th Century Candlestick. The deep socket on a slender blade-knopped stem and high domed base with flange (A/F), 8 ins (20 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: An Unusual 16th Century Candlestick. The deep socket on a slender blade-knopped stem and high domed base with flange (A/F), 8 ins (20 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £220 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Mid 17th Century Reel-base Candlestick, probably Spanish, 5 ins (13 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £500 - £600

Description: A Mid 17th Century Reel-base Candlestick, probably Spanish, 5 ins (13 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £360 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Late 17th Century Spanish Brass Candlestick, Circa 1680. The socket with round ejector hole on a knopped stem and round domed foot, 9 ins (23 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: A Late 17th Century Spanish Brass Candlestick, Circa 1680. The socket with round ejector hole on a knopped stem and round domed foot, 9 ins (23 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £220 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Pair of Late 17th/Early 18th Century Brass Candlesticks, 7¼ ins (18.5 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: A Pair of Late 17th/Early 18th Century Brass Candlesticks, 7¼ ins (18.5 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £300 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Similar Pair of Charles II Brass Trumpet based Candlesticks Circa 1670-80. The ribbed stems having integral sockets with flanged rims, mid drip pans and flared bases, 6 ins (15 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £1,800 - £2,400

Description: A Similar Pair of Charles II Brass Trumpet based Candlesticks Circa 1670-80. The ribbed stems having integral sockets with flanged rims, mid drip pans and flared bases, 6 ins (15 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £1,300 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Pair of Pierced Fretwork Panels of repeated design, 18¾ ins x 8 ins (47.5 cm x 20 cms).

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: A Pair of Pierced Fretwork Panels of repeated design, 18¾ ins x 8 ins (47.5 cm x 20 cms).

View additional info

Starting bid: £220 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An Early Bronze Pricket with round wooden block base, possibly 14th century. The short flat cut stem forked at the top with a pricket spike to the centre and scroll ended candle supports either side, 5¼ ins (13.5 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: An Early Bronze Pricket with round wooden block base, possibly 14th century. The short flat cut stem forked at the top with a pricket spike to the centre and scroll ended candle supports either side, 5¼ ins (13.5 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £300 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 15th Century Terracotta Tile decorated in yellow slip with four creatures, 5 ins (13 cms) square.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: A 15th Century Terracotta Tile decorated in yellow slip with four creatures, 5 ins (13 cms) square.

View additional info

Current bid: £220 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 16th Century Terracotta Tile decorated with a Tudor rose, 5 ins (13 cms) square.

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: A 16th Century Terracotta Tile decorated with a Tudor rose, 5 ins (13 cms) square.

View additional info

Starting bid: £110 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Two Small Carved Wooden Bosses mounted on lead plaques: a Tudor rose 3 ins (8 cms) in diameter, and a quatrefoil 3 ins (8 cms) square.*

Estimate: £100 - £200

Description: Two Small Carved Wooden Bosses mounted on lead plaques: a Tudor rose 3 ins (8 cms) in diameter, and a quatrefoil 3 ins (8 cms) square.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £70 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Small 17th Century Carved Oak Figure of a Naked Grotesque Man stood crouching with his arms wrapped around his chest, 8¾ ins (22 cms) in height.

Estimate: £250 - £300

Description: A Small 17th Century Carved Oak Figure of a Naked Grotesque Man stood crouching with his arms wrapped around his chest, 8¾ ins (22 cms) in height.

View additional info

Starting bid: £180 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An English 18th Century Iron Spiral Strap Candlestick with revolving height adjuster on a turned elm base of rich colour and patination, 6½ ins (16.5 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: An English 18th Century Iron Spiral Strap Candlestick with revolving height adjuster on a turned elm base of rich colour and patination, 6½ ins (16.5 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Small 16th Century Oak Panel carved with a profile of a woman's head in a ring adorned with clusters of leaves and fruit. The recessed ground stamped with punchwork, 10 ins x 9 ins (25.5 cm x 23 cms).

Estimate: £200 - £250

Description: A Small 16th Century Oak Panel carved with a profile of a woman's head in a ring adorned with clusters of leaves and fruit. The recessed ground stamped with punchwork, 10 ins x 9 ins (25.5 cm x 23 cms).

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 16th Century Relief Carved Oak Panel depicting a huntsman knelt amongst trees aiming a crossbow, 8¾ ins x 5½ ins (22 cms x 14 cms).

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: A 16th Century Relief Carved Oak Panel depicting a huntsman knelt amongst trees aiming a crossbow, 8¾ ins x 5½ ins (22 cms x 14 cms).

View additional info

Starting bid: £600 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 17th Century Carved Oak Frieze Fragment. The rectangular panel decorated with an undulating stem of oak leaves and acorns, 11 ins x 5 ins (28 cm x 13 cms), mounted on a modern display stand.

Estimate: £250 - £300

Description: A 17th Century Carved Oak Frieze Fragment. The rectangular panel decorated with an undulating stem of oak leaves and acorns, 11 ins x 5 ins (28 cm x 13 cms), mounted on a modern display stand.

View additional info

Starting bid: £180 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An Early 19th Century Coiled Strap Candlestick with height adjuster on a treen base, possibly French, 7½ ins (19 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: An Early 19th Century Coiled Strap Candlestick with height adjuster on a treen base, possibly French, 7½ ins (19 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An 18th Century Chip Carved Wooden flask bound in iron straps and fitted with a wrythen iron swing handle to the top. The coopered sides and tear drop ends naively carved with flower motifs, scrolls and ropetwist bands, incorporating the initials OAS to one side and further initials Eit with date 1730 to the base, 6¾ ins x 5½ ins x 4½ ins (17 cm x 14 cms x 11.5 cms).+

Estimate: £200 - £400

Description: An 18th Century Chip Carved Wooden flask bound in iron straps and fitted with a wrythen iron swing handle to the top. The coopered sides and tear drop ends naively carved with flower motifs, scrolls and ropetwist bands, incorporating the initials OAS to one side and further initials Eit with date 1730 to the base, 6¾ ins x 5½ ins x 4½ ins (17 cm x 14 cms x 11.5 cms).+

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Dark Patinated Oak Fragment Panel pierced and carved with undulating Gothic foliage around a scrolling banner, 29 ins x 10½ ins (74 cm x 27 cms).

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: A Dark Patinated Oak Fragment Panel pierced and carved with undulating Gothic foliage around a scrolling banner, 29 ins x 10½ ins (74 cm x 27 cms).

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Fine 16th Century Carved Oak Beam Angel bearing a Heraldic shield, 14½ ins x 9 ins (37 cm x 23 cms).

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,600

Description: A Fine 16th Century Carved Oak Beam Angel bearing a Heraldic shield, 14½ ins x 9 ins (37 cm x 23 cms).

View additional info

Starting bid: £750 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A 17th Century Carved Oak Bed-head Section comprising of two recessed panels centred by squares of ornamental strap-work incorporating guilloche quatrefoil whorls, in a deep moulded framework with carved central caryatid and flanking atlantes adorning the muntins; their upper bodies rising above face-masks and bunches of grapes and foliage, 23¼ ins x 53½ ins (59 cm x 136 cms).*

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: A 17th Century Carved Oak Bed-head Section comprising of two recessed panels centred by squares of ornamental strap-work incorporating guilloche quatrefoil whorls, in a deep moulded framework with carved central caryatid and flanking atlantes adorning the muntins; their upper bodies rising above face-masks and bunches of grapes and foliage, 23¼ ins x 53½ ins (59 cm x 136 cms).*

View additional info

Starting bid: £1,500 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A James I Carved Oak Atlante (de-faced) having chip carved decoration enriched with punchwork; the bearded figure bearing a display of wrythen whorls and foliage upon his head, 18¼ ins x 4 ins (46.5 cms x 10 cms).*

Estimate: £150 - £250

Description: A James I Carved Oak Atlante (de-faced) having chip carved decoration enriched with punchwork; the bearded figure bearing a display of wrythen whorls and foliage upon his head, 18¼ ins x 4 ins (46.5 cms x 10 cms).*

View additional info

Starting bid: £110 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Pair of 16th Century Naively Carved Oak Panels. Each depicting a saint stood in an arched niche, holding a monstrance, 18 ins x 8 ins (46 cms x 20 cms).

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: A Pair of 16th Century Naively Carved Oak Panels. Each depicting a saint stood in an arched niche, holding a monstrance, 18 ins x 8 ins (46 cms x 20 cms).

View additional info

Starting bid: £300 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Set of Three 17th Century Flemish Carved Oak Allegorical Pilasters/Finial Figures personifying Faith, Hope & Charity, 16 ins (40 cms) in height.

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: A Set of Three 17th Century Flemish Carved Oak Allegorical Pilasters/Finial Figures personifying Faith, Hope & Charity, 16 ins (40 cms) in height.

View additional info

Starting bid: £300 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Pair of Renaissance Carved Oak Figural Corner Posts. The bare-breasted female figures representing fertility, depicted scantily clad in draped robes with a child stood at their side and an abundance of fruit and foliage upon their heads, 23 ins (64 cms) high, 6 ins (15 cms) in width.*

Estimate: £2,000 - £2,500

Description: A Pair of Renaissance Carved Oak Figural Corner Posts. The bare-breasted female figures representing fertility, depicted scantily clad in draped robes with a child stood at their side and an abundance of fruit and foliage upon their heads, 23 ins (64 cms) high, 6 ins (15 cms) in width.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £1,500 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Pair of 17th Century Flemish Oak Caryatids carved with figures rising above pendant garlands of fruit and foliage, bearing scrolled capitals upon their heads, 23 ins x 3½ ins (58.5 cm x 9 cms).*

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: A Pair of 17th Century Flemish Oak Caryatids carved with figures rising above pendant garlands of fruit and foliage, bearing scrolled capitals upon their heads, 23 ins x 3½ ins (58.5 cm x 9 cms).*

View additional info

Starting bid: £300 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
A Pair of 17th Century Carved Oak Figural Supports in the the form of ladies dressed in flowing robes; one holding a goblet, the other a cornucopia.  The scrolled capitals festooned in garlands of flowers, 32¾ ins (83 cms) high, 7 ins (18 cms) wide.*

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: A Pair of 17th Century Carved Oak Figural Supports in the the form of ladies dressed in flowing robes; one holding a goblet, the other a cornucopia. The scrolled capitals festooned in garlands of flowers, 32¾ ins (83 cms) high, 7 ins (18 cms) wide.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £1,500 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Three 18th Century Wrought Iron Single Valve Pendant Oil Lamps, 21 ins (53 cms), 13 ins (33 cms) and 10 ins (25.5 cms) in length, and a small wrought iron bracket with rush holder.*

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: Three 18th Century Wrought Iron Single Valve Pendant Oil Lamps, 21 ins (53 cms), 13 ins (33 cms) and 10 ins (25.5 cms) in length, and a small wrought iron bracket with rush holder.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An Unusual 18th Century Wrought Iron Candle Light. The socket on a rotating horizontal height-adjustable arm sliding up and down a central rod with loop handle to the top and three out-swept legs leading down to the ring base, 17¼ ins (44 cms) in height.+

Estimate: £60 - £120

Description: An Unusual 18th Century Wrought Iron Candle Light. The socket on a rotating horizontal height-adjustable arm sliding up and down a central rod with loop handle to the top and three out-swept legs leading down to the ring base, 17¼ ins (44 cms) in height.+

View additional info

Starting bid: £40 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An 18th Century Wrought Iron Peerman with sprung rush holder on a tripod base 23 ins (58.5 cms) in height.*

Estimate: £150 - £250

Description: An 18th Century Wrought Iron Peerman with sprung rush holder on a tripod base 23 ins (58.5 cms) in height.*

View additional info

Starting bid: £110 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An Early 19th Century Pierced Sheet Iron Hanging Lantern with decorative perforations. The cylindrical body having a hinged door and two dormer windows enclosing a candle socket. The conical top fitted with a chimney and hanging ring, 14 ins (36 cms) high, with a wrought iron pendant hook 6 ins (15 cms) in length.+

Estimate: £80 - £160

Description: An Early 19th Century Pierced Sheet Iron Hanging Lantern with decorative perforations. The cylindrical body having a hinged door and two dormer windows enclosing a candle socket. The conical top fitted with a chimney and hanging ring, 14 ins (36 cms) high, with a wrought iron pendant hook 6 ins (15 cms) in length.+

View additional info

Starting bid: £60 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An Early-Mid 18th Century Wrought Iron Corner Standard Rushnip/Candleholder. The centre stem having a rolled iron candle socket to the top and a height adjustable frame bearing rush nip counter weighted by an upswept  candle arm. Standing on a tripod base 36 ins (92 cms) in height.+

Estimate: £200 - £400

Description: An Early-Mid 18th Century Wrought Iron Corner Standard Rushnip/Candleholder. The centre stem having a rolled iron candle socket to the top and a height adjustable frame bearing rush nip counter weighted by an upswept candle arm. Standing on a tripod base 36 ins (92 cms) in height.+

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An 18th Century Wrought Iron Corner Standard Rushnip / Candleholder. The strap form stem bearing a height adjustable rod with rush holder and candle socket on a wrythen upswept arm.+

Estimate: £200 - £400

Description: An 18th Century Wrought Iron Corner Standard Rushnip / Candleholder. The strap form stem bearing a height adjustable rod with rush holder and candle socket on a wrythen upswept arm.+

View additional info

Starting bid: £150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
An 18th Century Wrought Iron Peerman. The sprung wavy strap rush jaws above a wrythen stem and tripod base, 31 ins (79 cms) in height.

Estimate: £400 - £500

Description: An 18th Century Wrought Iron Peerman. The sprung wavy strap rush jaws above a wrythen stem and tripod base, 31 ins (79 cms) in height.

View additional info

Starting bid: £300 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Sign in to continue
Email
Please enter your email.
Password
Please enter your password.
Forgot Your Password?
Enter Your Email
Please enter a valid email.
No user is registered with that email address.
Request Sent
Check to find your temporary password and password reset instructions.
Use your new password to Sign In.
 
Per page:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
...
13