The Oak Interior

Bonhams London
Oxford Banbury Road Shipton-on-Cherwell Kidlington Oxford OX5 1JH Tel: +44 1865 853640 Fax : +44 1865 372722 [email protected]

Date of the auction: 19.02.2020

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A good Elizabeth I joined oak panel-back open armchair, circa 1590

Of bold design, having a double-scroll outlined cresting positioned over the uprights and carved with a jewelled edge and bold sunken-gadrooned hung motifs, the lozenge-carved back panel within prominent nulled-carved horizontal rails, the relatively flat scroll-ended open arms on baluster-turned

Lot #: 1

Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A rare Henry VII/VIII oak boarded chest, circa 1490-1530

Traces of polychrome paint The edges of the lid partly relief moulded to simulate a single panel, the front carved with a pair of heraldic symbol reserves, a griffin and a unicorn, the tall sides descending to V-shaped cut-away supports with a rear profiled projection below the base board, 98.5cm

Lot #: 2

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A William & Mary joined oak chest of drawers, circa 1700

In two parts, the boarded top with applied reeded and ovolo-moulded edge, each section having one shallow drawer framed by paired mitred-mouldings, over a deep drawer with cushioned geometric mitred-mouldings, all between torus-moulded carcase rails, on ball-turned front feet, 96cm wide x 60cm deep

Lot #: 3

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A rare James I joined oak 'table-stool', West Country, circa 1620

Of fairly large proportions, having a triple-boarded top with bold canted corners, all rails lunette-carved, on ornate baluster-turned gently splayed legs, joined by plain stretchers all round, 63.5cm wide x 68cm deep x 62cm high, (25in wide x 26 1/2in deep x 24in high

Lot #: 4

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A Charles II oak centre table, circa 1680

Having a triple-boarded top with ovolo-moulded edge, black-stained flat run-moulded rails and fillet-turned legs with central and end ball-turnings, joined by run-moulded stretchers all round, 92cm wide x 60cm deep x 71cm high, (36in wide x 23 1/2in deep x 27 1/2in high

Lot #: 5

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A Charles II joined oak coffer, North Lanacshire, dated 1682

The boarded lid with double-reeded edge, the front with three panels, each with flat and finely-curled carved motifs, beneath a top rail carved with tight-scrolls centred by the initials 'P D' over the date '1682', on channel run-moulded extended stile supports, 120cm wide x 54cm deep x 72.5cm high

Lot #: 6

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A particularly small and good Charles II joined oak side table, circa 1660

The twin-boarded top with ovolo-moulded edge, the frieze drawer with lower run-moulded decoration, on block and spiral turned legs, joined by matching turned fore and rear mid-rails and an H-form stretcher, 66cm wide x 45.5cm deep x 64cm high, (25 1/2in wide x 17 1/2in deep x 25in high

Lot #: 7

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A small William & Mary joined oak and elm fully-enclosed dresser, circa 1700

Having three mitre-moulded drawers, above a pair of panelled cupboard doors centred by a fixed mitre-framed panel, with applied carcase mouldings, on extended stile supports, 127.5cm wide x 47cm deep x 75.5cm high, (50in wide x 18 1/2in deep x 29 1/2in high

Lot #: 8

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A Charles I joined oak serving/refectory-type table, circa 1640

Having a triple boarded detachable top with narrow end-cleats, the front and side rails carved with navettes and leafy motifs, the rear rail left plain, on parallel-baluster and reel-turned legs joined by bold plain stretchers all round, 201cm wide x 78.5cm deep x 77cm high, (79in wide x 30 1/2in

Lot #: 9

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A rare Charles I joined and boarded oak, fruitwood and parquetry inlaid...

Having a cyma-recta and dentilated cornice, above a flowing frilly-leaf carved frieze with mask carved terminals, above a pair of spindle-filled cupboard doors, the door rails and carcase front rails with parquetry-inlay, the projecting cupboard below enclosed by a strapwork cartouche-carved boarded

Lot #: 10

Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A rare 15th/early 16th century carved walnut figure, French, Saint Anne...

Anne seated, and wearing a wimple, a belt at her waist, an open book in her hands, 86cm high

Lot #: 11

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A late 17th/early 18th century carved walnut, gesso and polychrome figure...

An orb in one of his hands, on a moulded plinth with canted angles, 48.5cm high

Lot #: 12

Estimate: £300 - £400

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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An 18th century carved chestnut figure, French, The Virgin of the...

Carved with Christ standing in her arms, her foot upon a sphere encircled by a snake, 44.5cm high

Lot #: 13

Estimate: £300 - £400

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A 17th century carved lime-wood figure of Christ

One arm extended, standing on a moulded plinth, 47cm high

Lot #: 14

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A pair of mid-16th century carved oak panelled doors, Franco-Flemish, circa...

Each door with fine iron furniture, and with two rows of two panels, the upper register to each door carved with the same mask, framed either by scallop shells or before a scroll-edged cartouche, the lower panels carved with portrait busts, a male and a female to each door, one of the men wearing a

Lot #: 15

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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An unusual carved oak panel

Centred by a moulded circle, with hatched centre, flanked to each side by a crescent-shaped face, or 'man in the moon', and stylised scallop shells and scrolls, 39cm wide x 1.5cm deep x 21cm high, (15in wide x 0 1/2in deep x 8in high

Lot #: 16

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A pair of mid-16th century carved oak panelled doors, Anglo-French, circa 1550

Each door of four panels, the upper register of both carved with a grotesque or winged mask issuing pendant foliated scrolls from its mouth, the lower register with foliated scrolls with grotesque terminals, and one with a heart, another with an urn, all eight of these panels with an unusual carved

Lot #: 17

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A late 17th/early 18th century polychrome-painted elm mount, circa 1700

Carved as a spray of acanthus, springing from a torse, 54cm wide x 3.5cm deep x 34cm high, (21in wide x 1in deep x 13in high

Lot #: 18

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A 17th century verdure tapestry, Flemish

Designed with trees, a stream and vegetation, a crane to the foreground, having an added border of flowering stems, part backed, 248cm x 218cm

Lot #: 19

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A pair of limestone gargoyles

Possibly 14th/15th century Each modelled as a griffin, resting on their haunches, head directed upwards, losses, the largest 30cm wide x 20.5cm deep x 70.5cm high, (11 1/2in wide x 8in deep x 27 1/2in high) (2

Lot #: 20

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A Charles II joined oak fully-open low dresser, circa 1670

Having a boarded top with cavetto-moulded under-edge, the four frieze drawers each with paired cushion mouldings, spaced by pierced 'corbels', on three spiral-turned front legs, with plain end-stretchers, losses, 237.5cm wide x 64cm deep x 84.5cm high, (93 1/2in wide x 25in deep x 33in high

Lot #: 21

Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A William & Mary joined oak and elm chest-on-stand, circa 1700

The top of two boards with ovolo-moulded edge, above four long mitre-moulded drawers, the stand with one similar drawer, on five baluster-turned legs, joined by elm in-curved platform stretchers, with ball-turned feet, 95cm wide x 49.5cm deep x 136cm high, (37in wide x 19in deep x 53 1/2in high

Lot #: 22

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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An unusual George II oak primitive table, circa 1750

The circular triple-boarded top raised on a baluster-turned pillar and three splayed baluster-turned legs, 58.5cm wide x 58.5cm deep x 64.5cm high, (23in wide x 23in deep x 25in high

Lot #: 23

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A good Charles II joined oak coffer, North Country, circa 1660

The top of three particularly thick boards, the front of three panels each carved with a flower-filled lozenge, below a leafy S-scroll carved top rail, the narrow run-moulded stiles retaining significant height, and with an impressive single back panel, 106.5cm wide x 45.5cm deep x 77.5cm high, (41

Lot #: 24

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A rare and possibly unique Charles I joined oak table-on-frame, circa 1630

With unusual deep frieze drawer, the single-piece top board over a dog-tooth carved and punched-decorated moulding, the plain drawer front with a fixed 'domino'-carved lower edge-moulding, the front upright rails with incised dog-tooth and punched embellishments, on parallel-baluster over

Lot #: 37

Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A good Elizabeth I joined oak coffer, circa 1590

Having a twin-boarded lid with double-reeded edge, the front with two panels, each with an applied strap-work carved arcade, daisy-head carved pillars and simple leaf-and-berry carved spandrels, a broad stop-fluted carved muntin rail and matching front stiles headed by an unusual multi-pyramidal

Lot #: 38

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A George I pewter ale pint dome-lid tankard, circa 1720

The straight-sided drum with low fillet, unusual ram's horn variant thumbpiece, brass hinge pin, S-shape handle with boot-heel terminal, touchmark inside base of William Eddon, London, (fl.1690-1747), (PS3067), 13.5cm high

Lot #: 39

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A rare George I turned lignum vitae dome-lidded tankard, circa 1720

The domed lid with moulded edge, and with pegged hinge and curving handle pegged to the body (repaired, probably once with handle terminal), with low single fillet to the drum and moulded footrim, 13cm base diameter x 19cm high

Lot #: 40

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A George I pewter flat-lid tankard, circa 1720

The straight-sided drum with single low fillet, ram's horn thumbpiece and solid S-shape handle with boot-heel terminal, footrim, touchmark inside base of William Eddon, London, (fl.1690-1747), (PS3067), 25.9 fl.oz. capacity, 15.5cm high

Lot #: 41

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 19 Feb 2020

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A rare George II pewter bullet-shaped touchmarked teapot, circa 1730

Of typical diminutive size, with narrow faceted tapering spout, hinged domed-lid with finial, spreading footrim and fruitwood scroll handle with integral thumbrest, crowned 'X' and unidentified initialled maker's touchmark of 'T.B' to base, 17.5cm wide x 9cm deep x 12cm high, (6 1/2in wide x 3 1/2in

Lot #: 42

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 19 Feb 2020