Our unique Oak Interior sales include 16th, 17th and 18th century carpenter-made and joined vernacular furniture. Pieces are mainly British, and made principally in oak, but also from a variety of other timbers, including ash, elm, fruitwood, walnut and yew. The sales often include single-owner private collections and offer the opportunity to purchase, amongst other things, refectory-type tables, panel-back armchairs, coffers, side tables, chests of drawers, back stools, joint stools and Windsor chairs.

Related works of art, including early carvings in wood and stone, early metalware, (brass, copper, iron, pewter and steel), treen, folk-art related items and textiles are sold alongside furniture in sales that caters for both connoisseur collectors and clients wishing to re-create period interiors.

Auctions take place at New Bond Street twice a year, in the Spring and Autumn. If you are considering selling early vernacular furniture and/or related items, our specialists will be pleased to offer expert advice by telephone, e-mail or in person.


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