The Oak Interior
17 Jan 2013, starting at 11:00 GMT.

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 of 384
39 A late 17th century oak coffer £437
US$ 735
€530
40 A late 17th century beech stained and simulated-grain cane-back open armchair £400
US$ 672
€485
41 An oak pedestal type desk Incorporating a Queen Anne coffer front £437
US$ 735
€530
43 A late 18th/early 19th century pine box settle £562
US$ 945
€682
47 An early George III oak wine table £875
US$ 1,470
€1,061
48 A carved oak fire surround incorporating late 16th century Renaissance panels Panels probably French £1,625
US$ 2,731
€1,971
50 An oak triple panel-back open armchair, Lancashire Incorporating some 17th century timbers £812
US$ 1,365
€985
52 An 18th century oak armoire, French £625
US$ 1,050
€758
53 A 19th century maple chest of drawers Probably American £687
US$ 1,155
€834
54 A Charles II oak gateleg table £2,500
US$ 4,202
€3,032
56 A late 17th century style walnut side table £1,875
US$ 3,151
€2,274
61 A late 17th century oak side table £600
US$ 1,008
€727
63 A near set of twelve early 19th century ash spindle back chairs In the manner of the Clisset family, Herefordshire, circa 1820-60 £750
US$ 1,260
€909
66 A George II oak high dresser North Wales £3,500
US$ 5,882
€4,246
67 A Spanish chestnut refectory-type table 17th/18th century and later £1,375
US$ 2,311
€1,668
68 An 18th century and later walnut chest of drawers £350
US$ 588
€424
71 An oak coffer Circa 1700 and later £750
US$ 1,260
€909
72 A mid-18th century oak settle £750
US$ 1,260
€909
75 A 19th century child's yew, ash and elm Windsor armchair £437
US$ 735
€530
76 A late 17th century oak coffer £600
US$ 1,008
€727
77 A Charles I and later oak panel back armchair Circa 1630 £562
US$ 945
€682
79 An oak chest Constructed from some 18th century timbers in the late 17th century manner £600
US$ 1,008
€727
83 A George II mahogany tripod table £812
US$ 1,365
€985
84 An oak boarded chest, circa 1700 £312
US$ 525
€379
85 An oak and pine two-door cupboard Incorporating 17th century timbers £100
US$ 168
€121
88 An early 19th century oak high dresserSouth Wales £1,875
US$ 3,151
€2,274
93 A George III oak standing desk £400
US$ 672
€485
95 A late 17th century oak gateleg occasional table £937
US$ 1,575
€1,137
100 A Charles I oak coffer £400
US$ 672
€485
103 An oak livery cupboard 18th century, with adaptations £475
US$ 798
€576
104 An 18th century elm boarded bench £562
US$ 945
€682
106 A harlequin set of ten 19th century ash Macclesfield ladder-back dining chairs North West, circa 1840 £1,000
US$ 1,680
€1,213
108 A late 17th century and later ebonized stool £937
US$ 1,575
€1,137
110 A Charles II oak coffer £687
US$ 1,155
€834
115 A Charles II oak coffer £687
US$ 1,155
€834
116 An elm and oak refectory table 18th/19th century, alterations £2,250
US$ 3,781
€2,729
135 A Child's ash and beech painted primitive Windsor comb-back high chair Possibly Welsh, circa 1800 £3,125
US$ 5,252
€3,791
136 A late 17th century oak open armchair Circa 1680-1700, South Lancashire/North Cheshire £2,125
US$ 3,571
€2,577
139 An oak overmantel and fire surround, with late 16th century elements The overmantel almost certainly constructed in part from an Elizabethan headboard £4,375
US$ 7,353
€5,307
140 A harlequin set of eight yew, elm and ash Windsor chairs, including two armchairs Attributed to the Prior Family workshop, Buckingham, namely Robert Prior, (w.1816-1845) £2,500
US$ 4,202
€3,032
141 A Charles II oak mitre-moulded chest of drawers £1,125
US$ 1,890
€1,364
145 A William & Mary and later oak mule chest £200
US$ 336
€242
147 An early 18th century oak box settle £2,250
US$ 3,781
€2,729
148 An Orkney chair 20th century £375
US$ 630
€454
149 A North European oak cupboard £750
US$ 1,260
€909
151 An early 18th century and later oak chest of drawers £275
US$ 462
€333
153 An oak coffer Circa 1700 and later £250
US$ 420
€303
155 A small oak side table Early 18th century £600
US$ 1,008
€727
158 A 19th century Savonarola chair £562
US$ 945
€682
159 An early 19th century fruitwood farmhouse table, French £937
US$ 1,575
€1,137
161 A James I oak panel-back open armchair Circa 1620 £937
US$ 1,575
€1,137
162 A late 17th century oak side table £500
US$ 840
€606
163 A mid-19th century yew, elm and beech low-back Windsor chair £312
US$ 525
€379
164 A mid-18th century oak tripod table £312
US$ 525
€379
165 An early 18th century oak gateleg table £275
US$ 462
€333
168 A James I oak and inlaid panel-back open armchair £1,187
US$ 1,995
€1,440
170 A late 17th century oak enclosed armchair £4,000
US$ 6,723
€4,852
172 A Charles II oak court cupboard Circa 1660, possibly East Anglia £2,250
US$ 3,781
€2,729
173 An oak refectory-type table £562
US$ 945
€682
176 A small Charles I oak coffer Circa 1630 £1,187
US$ 1,995
€1,440
177 A Charles II oak panel-back open armchair Circa 1660 £2,750
US$ 4,622
€3,336
178 A Charles II oak coffer £687
US$ 1,155
€834
180 A child's oak boarded chest Possibly Welsh £562
US$ 945
€682
182 A George III oak high dresser £937
US$ 1,575
€1,137
183 An early 18th century oak gateleg table £1,125
US$ 1,890
€1,364
185 An early 18th century elm gateleg occasional table £1,625
US$ 2,731
€1,971
187 A late 17th century oak centre table Circa 1690 £362
US$ 609
€439
189 A harlequin set of ten Victorian oak dining chairs £1,500
US$ 2,521
€1,819
190 A large oak refectory-type table 20th century £1,875
US$ 3,151
€2,274
194 A late 17th century oak backstool Southern Lancashire/North Cheshire £475
US$ 798
€576
197 An oak iron-bound dome-lidded chest 18th century, Swedish £525
US$ 882
€636
198 Three 19th century yew, fruitwood and elm Windsor side chairs In the manner of the Prior family workshop, Buckinghamshire, circa 1830 £400
US$ 672
€485
199 A George III oak cricket table £875
US$ 1,470
€1,061
200 A mid-17th century oak coffer £812
US$ 1,365
€985
201 A Charles I oak coffer Circa 1630 £375
US$ 630
€454
202 A set of six 18th century oak dining chairs £937
US$ 1,575
€1,137
203 An 18th century oak bureau £525
US$ 882
€636
204 A George III ash and elm Windsor armchair Altered £162
US$ 273
€197
208 An oak refectory table Incorporating 17th century timbers £562
US$ 945
€682
210 An unusual Charles I oak and inlaid mule chest Circa 1630-40 £225
US$ 378
€272
211 A late 17th century oak livery cupboard £350
US$ 588
€424
213 A matched pair of George III yew and elm high-back Windsor armchairs Circa 1800, Thames Valley £2,500
US$ 4,202
€3,032
216 A near set of eight 19th century ash spindle-back chairs £1,125
US$ 1,890
€1,364
217 A George II oak low dresser £1,125
US$ 1,890
€1,364
218 A Charles II oak panel back armchair £400
US$ 672
€485
220 A small early 18th century oak bureau £750
US$ 1,260
€909
224 A Victorian ash child's Windsor armchair £225
US$ 378
€272
226 An Irish pine-painted two-tier hen coop-dresser 19th century £400
US$ 672
€485
227 A 17th century oak coffer £312
US$ 525
€379
230 A large 17th century oak boarded chest £500
US$ 840
€606
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