Furniture & Works of Art

Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd
Castle Street 51-61
SP1 3SU Salisbury Wiltshire
United Kingdom
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Date of the auction: 11.01.2011

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A large Donegal carpet

A large Donegal carpet, Ireland, early 20th century. Cut outs for fireplace, wear and holes

Lot #: 31

Estimate: £100 - £200

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A tapestry picture in medieval style

A tapestry picture in medieval style, of the lady and the unicorn, late 19th/early 20th century, 35.25 x 30.25in (89.3 x 76.9cm

Lot #: 32

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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Two pairs of crewel-work curtains

Two pairs of crewel-work curtains, each with a flowering tree, 44 x 23in (112 x 58.5cm) and two pelmets; and a larger pair of crewel-work panel curtains, with birds and foliage, 68 x 59in (173 x 150cm) with a pelmet. (9

Lot #: 33

Estimate: £100 - £200

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early 17th century Flemish tapestry border fragment

An early 17th century Flemish tapestry border fragment, worked on a silk ground and decorated with Pamona, putti, terms and a centaur with a figure in a landscape setting with flowers, foliage and fruit, later mounted, 72.75 x 21.5in (185 x 54.7cm

Lot #: 34

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A Charles II embroidered silk picture

A Charles II embroidered silk picture, depicting a young lady holding a bouquet of flowers under an arbour, surrounded by insects, birds, rabbits and a squirrel, flanked by a recumbent lion and a hart, the top corners with metallic thread raised work flowers, the centres painted portraits, possibly

Lot #: 35

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early Victorian Adam and Eve sampler

An early Victorian Adam and Eve sampler, by Mary Mason, Lincoln, Aged 14 Years, Novr (18)37, worked verse, animals, birds, flowers and insects, 17.25 x 12.5in (44 x 32cm); and a another sampler by Martha Ford, 1830. (2

Lot #: 36

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early 19th century needlework sampler

An early 19th century needlework sampler, by Ann and Elizabeth Talbott, worked with an alphabet, a verse, bands of flowers and two parrots in a tree, 13.5 x 13.5in (34.5 x 34.5cm), in a bird's eye maple and giltwood glazed frame

Lot #: 37

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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Three early Victorian needlework samplers

Three early Victorian needlework samplers, one by Louisa Phoebe Dear aged 12, 1838, worked with bands of flowers, a verse, trees and stags, 14.5 x 11.75in (37cm x 29.7cm) , another by Eleanor James Bottesford, 1845 and the third by Mary Elizabeth Medland Moore, 1849, all framed and glazed. (3

Lot #: 38

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A Regency needlework sampler

A Regency needlework sampler, by Carolina Godfrey, 1803, worked with a verse, flowers and trees, 12.25 x 10in (31 x 25.5cm), in a later bird's eye maple glazed frame, together with a late Victorian sampler by Helen Hills James, 1881. (2

Lot #: 39

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An 18th century needlework panel

An 18th century needlework panel, of a central cornucopia of fruit to a yellow ground floral border in a later walnut frame, 24in (61cm) h, 17.5in (44.5cm) w

Lot #: 40

Estimate: £50 - £100

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A George III dated needlework pin cushion

A George III dated needlework pin cushion, by Sarah Hider, Hawkhurst, 1773, 2.25in (5.5cm) w, together with a miniature needlework sampler by Jane Ling, Yalding, May 13th 1805, 2.75in (6.8cm) sq. (2

Lot #: 41

Estimate: £80 - £120

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early Victorian needlework sampler

An early Victorian needlework sampler, by Ann Maria Turner, 1846, worked with Adam and Eve, bands of flowers, various urns filled with flowers, a dog and a verse, inscribed 'Ann Maria Turner her work done in Mr Raine's Asylum in the year of our Lord 1846', 14.75 x 11.5in (37.4 x 29.5cm), in a later

Lot #: 42

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early 19th century needlework sampler

An early 19th century needlework sampler, by Ann Rogers, worked with a cottage flanked by torch bearing angels, with bands of flowers and a verse, 15.75 x 11.25in (40cm x28.7cm), in a later gilt and glazed frame

Lot #: 43

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early 19th century needlework picture

An early 19th century needlework picture, depicting a classical lady putting flowers on a tomb, 8in x 6.25in (20.3 x 16.5cm) h, in a giltwood and glazed frame, together with two other similar needlework pictures of ladies, one with a verre eglomise mount. (3

Lot #: 44

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early 19th century silk and woolwork picture

An early 19th century silk and woolwork picture, depicting a lake and mountain view, with trees and a castle, 8.5 x 11in (21 x 27.5cm) together with a woolwork picture of a still life of flowers in a basket, 10.5 x 15.5in (26 x 39.3cm), both framed and glazed. (2) Splits and staining

Lot #: 45

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A mid 18th century oak press cupboard

A mid 18th century oak press cupboard, with a pair of panelled doors above twin frieze drawers and cupboards below, 69.25in (176cm) h, 45.25in (114.5cm) w, 20in (51cm) d. Drawers with later linings

Lot #: 46

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A set of oak hanging shelves

A set of oak hanging shelves, with a shaped cornice and sides, 24.5in (62cm) h, 40.25in (102cm) w, 5.25in (13cm) d

Lot #: 47

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A joined oak coffer

A joined oak coffer, the moulded edge hinged top to a hinged panelled front carved with a lozenge frieze above a crested spread eagle and flanked by two seahorses, late 17th century and later, 25.5in (64.7cm) h, 49in (124.5cm) w, 23.25in (59cm) d

Lot #: 48

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An oak gateleg table

An oak gateleg table, the oval drop-leaf top above a moulded and dentil frieze and block and bobbin turned supports united by peripheral stretchers, late 17th century and later, 30in (75.8cm) h, 49 x 59.75in (124.8 x 151.8cm) open

Lot #: 49

Estimate: £100 - £200

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A late George III oak dresser

A late George III oak dresser, the mahogany crossbanded top above a satinwood frieze with oval paterae butterflies and faux flutes, above an arrangement of seven drawers, fitted replaced brass handles surrounding a pair of cupboard doors with quatrefoil design veneered doors, fluted canted angles on

Lot #: 50

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A mid 17th century joined oak chest

A mid 17th century joined oak chest, the triple panelled top to a lidded till, the front with a scroll carved frieze and floral panels, possibly West Country, 23.5in (59.7cm) h, 48.5in (123cm) w, 21.25in (54cm) d

Lot #: 51

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A late 17th century joined oak chest

A late 17th century joined oak chest, the later hinged moulded edge top above a triple panel front with a lunette carved frieze and bands of guilloche decoration, 26in (65.8cm) h, 48.5in (122.8cm) w, 20in (50.7cm) d

Lot #: 52

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early 18th century Welsh joined oak chest

An early 18th century Welsh joined oak chest, the moulded edge hinged top above a triple fielded panel front, 24.25in (61.7cm) h, 44.75in (113.5cm) w, 17.75in (44.7cm) d. Wormed, damages to base and one side panel

Lot #: 53

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An oak chest in late 17th century style

An oak chest in late 17th century style, with two short and three long drawers with moulded fronts and oyster veneers, on bun feet, 37in (94cm) h, 39.5in (100.5cm) w, 20in (51cm) d

Lot #: 54

Estimate: £250 - £350

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A Charles I oak stool table

A Charles I oak stool table, with an oval twin flap top with loper supports, the base with geometric carved panelled frieze, turned barrel supports and peripheral stretchers, 21.75in (55cm) h, 32in (81cm) open, 25in (63.5cm) d

Lot #: 55

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early 19th century joined oak tavern open armchair

An early 19th century joined oak tavern open armchair, with down curved arms to a solid seat on tapering turned front legs

Lot #: 56

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A joined oak backstool in early 18th century style

A joined oak backstool in early 18th century style, the leaf and scroll carved back to a solid seat, on turned and block supports united by spiral twist stretchers

Lot #: 57

Estimate: £60 - £80

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early 18th century joined oak backstool

An early 18th century joined oak backstool, the leaf and scroll carved top rail above a slatted back and a solid seat with a bobbin and ring turned front stretcher

Lot #: 58

Estimate: £80 - £120

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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An early 18th century oak dining table

An early 18th century oak dining table, the cleated end four board reversible top above a carved stylized leaf frieze and sides with shaped brackets, on turned slender barrel legs united by peripheral stretchers, 31.75in (80.5cm) h, 72.75in (185cm) l, 30.5in (77.5cm) w. Provenance: The Cresswelll

Lot #: 59

Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000

Date: 11 Jan 2011

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A panelled oak mule chest

A panelled oak mule chest, the top with later hinges to a vacant interior, the base with two drawers, 18th century and later, 31.5in (80cm) h, 52.5in (133.5cm) w, 22in (56cm) d

Lot #: 60

Estimate: £150 - £200

Date: 11 Jan 2011