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The Collector: to include Period Oak and Folk Art - 14th October 2021
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Venue address
19 Charles Ind. Estate
Stowmarket, Suffolk
IP14 5AH
United Kingdom
The Collector: to include Period Oak and Folk Art - 14th October 2021

The Collector to include Period Oak ann Folk Art - 14th October 2021

Auction dates
Oct 14, 2021 10:00 AM BST
Viewing dates
Oct 09, 2021 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM BST
Oct 11, 2021 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM BST
Oct 12, 2021 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM BST
Oct 13, 2021 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM BST
Oct 14, 2021 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM BST
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We found 209 items matching your search
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Rare Charles I oak low back stool, circa 1640, the scroll arching top rail above a series of
800 GBP
800 - 1,200 GBP
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A pair of late 17th century walnut and cane side chairs, circa 1685, each back having a pair of
720 GBP
600 - 900 GBP
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William & Mary oak settle, Lancashire/Cheshire, circa 1690, the back of four rectangular fielded
550 GBP
600 - 900 GBP
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Late 17th Century French Walnut joint stool, the rectangular top above out swept turned legs
400 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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Charles II oak geometric chest of drawers, circa 1670, the rectangular top above a deep moulded
0 GBP
1,000 - 1,500 GBP
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Charming George III boarded elm bow back settle, West Country, circa 1800, of small proportions, the
950 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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French 19th Century folding Vendange (wine) or coaching table, of small proportions, the circular
240 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Small Charles II oak coffer, Devon, circa 1660, the rectangular top above a lunette carved frieze
440 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Mid 17th Century oak gateleg table, the oval drop leaf top above a moulded frieze and turned legs,
120 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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William & Mary oak side table, circa 1690 and later, having a twin-boarded end-cleated top, a
280 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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19th Century elm armchair, the arched top rail above a central splat and spindles, the solid seat
240 GBP
60 - 90 GBP
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George I oak dresser and rack, North Wales circa 1760, the rack with a cavetto cornice and end
0 GBP
1,000 - 1,500 GBP
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George III mahogany wall mirror, the original rectangular plate with an arched pediment above the
160 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Charles I boarded oak box on later stand, circa 1640, the rectangular top above a pair of carved
280 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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18th Century walnut and boxwood strung miniature bureau, the rectangular top above a sloping fall
520 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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19th Century black painted tin Marriage box, the rectangular box with a drop front and the text
0 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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19th Century cobblers bench, the rectangular top with leather strap work to the centre and one end
300 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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17th Century and later oak and elm box top chest, the hinged rectangular top opening to reveal three
120 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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19th Century copper fountain cistern, the top section with twin handles to the shaped body with a
0 GBP
200 - 30 GBP
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19th Century brass novelty money box, in the form of a chest of drawers with the top two drawers
200 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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George III oak side table, circa 1780, the rectangular top above a frieze drawer and slender
220 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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18th Century walnut niche, the foliate fret top flanked by windows to the sides above trailing stems
200 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Early 20th Century pine and painted pine trestle end table, the rectangular top above X frame end
320 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Matched set of nine 19th Century oak and elm chairs, with spindle backs above plank seats and turned
320 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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English oak and fruitwood inlaid chest of drawers, circa 1700/1720 the rectangular top above a
500 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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19th Century window/doorway arch, the wooden arch with Gothic arches to the interior, 111cm wide x
200 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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George III oak dresser base and rack, possibly Cornish, the rack with two shelves, the base with
300 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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Pair of Queen Anne country made oak chairs, the arched top rail above the splat back on a rush
110 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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George III oak side table, the rectangular top above a single frieze drawer with carved pediment,
65 GBP
60 - 90 GBP
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A pair of William & Mary oak and cane side chairs, circa 1690, of rare form, each with a dished,
240 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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18th Century oak chest of drawers, the rectangular top above two short and three long graduated
0 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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George II oak and walnut crossbanded wall cupboard, Welsh, circa 1750, with two doors, the upper
180 GBP
200 - 200 GBP
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Charles II oak and inlaid panel-back open armchair, circa 1670, the high two-panel back having a
900 GBP
800 - 1,200 GBP
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Charles II joined oak and inlaid panel-back open armchair, South-West Yorkshire/East Lancashire,
1,300 GBP
1,500 - 2,000 GBP
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A small Charles II oak side table, circa 1670, having a one-piece top, the frieze drawer with half-
540 GBP
600 - 900 GBP
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18th Century oak coffer bach, the detachable rectangular top above three fielded arched panels to
480 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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Charles I oak boarded coffer, West Country, circa 1640, the rectangular top with chip carved edge
400 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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19th Century scumbled pine blanket box, the hinged lid opening to reveal a lidded candle box, on a
50 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Charming set of three early 19th Century British school family portraits, of three children, the
1,100 GBP
1,000 - 1,500 GBP
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A small oak boarded chest, circa 1670, the rectangular top enclosing the storage compartment above
0 GBP
800 - 1,200 GBP
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Late Elizabethan / James I Oak Low Stool, English circa 1600 – 1620. The six peg moulded plank top
1,400 GBP
1,500 - 2,500 GBP
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A good 19th Century mahogany model, of a church section with three spires above three arches
360 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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James I 17th Century English oak table box, circa 1620, with chip carved lid above a frieze carved
450 GBP
500 - 700 GBP
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William and Mary walnut crested cushion-framed mirror, circa 1690, veneered on a deal carcass,
1,100 GBP
1,200 - 1,800 GBP
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Pair of large late 17th Century carved oak architectural pilasters, with winged angles above scrolls
600 GBP
600 - 900 GBP
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Charles II inlaid oak coffer, Leeds and the surrounding area, Yorkshire, circa 1670, having an end-
360 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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17th century oak and fruitwood ‘box-top’ chest, Anglo-Dutch, circa 1670, of slender proportions,
0 GBP
600 - 900 GBP
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Charles II side table, circa 1670 and later the rectangular top with two planks and charming spliced
0 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Charles I oak low stool, circa 1640, the rectangular top above a moulded frieze on baluster legs
1,300 GBP
800 - 1,200 GBP
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George III oak bureau, circa 1760, the rectangular top above a sloping fall enclosing a central
170 GBP
70 - 90 GBP
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Charles II / William & Mary Oak & Elm Cupboard Dresser, English, circa 1670 – 1690, the plank top
0 GBP
6,000 - 9,000 GBP
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Queen Anne black and gilt Japanned mirror, circa 1710, probably the original mirror plate, within
1,800 GBP
600 - 900 GBP
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George III boarded oak chest with drawer, circa 1760, of show dove-tailed construction, having a
0 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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19th Century Harlequin set of seven Lancashire oak and ash ladderback chairs, with rush seats,
260 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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19th Century elm and ash rocking chair, with a spindle back above turned arms and a rush seat upon
70 GBP
70 - 90 GBP
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English 19th Century full bodied weathervane, in the form of a cockerel with a large plumage of
0 GBP
500 - 700 GBP
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Charles II joined oak form or long bench, circa 1630, the single seat board, run moulded rails on
850 GBP
600 - 900 GBP
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Charles II oak coffer, the hinged rectangular top enclosing a candle box and storage space, the
110 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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19th Century Irish Tavern table, the circular pine top above a red painted base and plank bottom,
400 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Two 19th Century elm primitive stools, the first with a rectangular top above four angled legs, 32cm
150 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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