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An oak refectory table, with a panelled and banded rectangular top, on turned column supports, united by an 'H' stretcher, 17th century and later, 74.4cm high, 214cm long, 71cm deep.
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A carved oak plate rack, with an egg and dart and ribbon frieze, above swags and three shelves with turned urn spindle galleries, 124.5cm high, 142cm wide, 34.5cm deep.
A pair of Italian walnut open armchairs, each covered with floral needlework, with scroll arms, turned and block supports and sleigh feet. (2)
A Charles II oak panelled back armchair, the arched scroll top carved with flowers and leaves above strapwork panels, leaves and scrolls and a diamond lozenge, the scroll arms with cut-outs and with incised hatched decoration, with a solid seat above a lunette carved frieze, on turned and block legs united by peripheral stretchers.
Two treen sycamore dairy bowls, 35.2cm wide (max). (2)
A set of four Victorian turned oak candlesticks, 22.7cm high. (4)
A Norwegian wood kasa, with chip carved decoration and with horse's head handles, the base dated '1808' and with a monogram, 13cm high, together with a French fruitwood tea caddy in the form of a pear, 15.3cm high. (2)
A large Charles II lignum vitae wassail bowl, with a later silver rim above reeded bands, on a turned stem and on a stepped circular foot, 36cm high, 32.2cm diameter.
A Charles II style oak and fruitwood inlaid chest, fitted with a geometric moulded drawer, decorated with mother of pearl and ivory flowers, flanked by split pilasters, above a pair of conforming doors, enclosing three drawers, late 19th century, 95.3cm high, 100.5cm wide, 48.2cm deep.
A Charles II oak triple panelled coffer, the interior with a lidded till, with a lunette frieze, above diamond lozenges, 65.3cm high, 119cm wide, 59.3cm deep.
A late 17th century oak chest, with three long drawers, with geometric panelled fronts, on a later stand, fitted with three drawers, 113.2cm high, 101cm wide, 55.5cm deep.
A Charles II oak triple panelled coffer, the hinged top above a lunette frieze and a foliage lozenge carved front, 70.3cm high, 118cm wide, 58.7cm deep.
A 16th century oak relief carved panel, of St. Luke the Evangelist holding a book, accompanied by his attribute, an ox, 48.5 x 26.7cm, together with a late 15th century panel with parchemin decoration and two other oak panels, one carved with a dragon, the other with scrolling leaves and the head of a dog. (4)
A 16th century French relief carved oak panel, decorated with scrolling leaves, flowers, two birds and a squirrel, later mounted, 66 x 19.3cm.
A German carved limewood relief panel of the Adoration of the the Magi, late 16th / early 17th century, in a later frame, 53.9 x 44cm.
A carved walnut architectural panel, with a pair of arches, with a 17th century triple carved panel, decorated with scrolls and flowers, together with a pair of oak linen-fold panels, 115.2cm wide (max). (4)
A mid-18th century Welsh oak mule chest, with a hinged top above a quadruple fielded panel front, the base with five drawers, on shaped bracket feet, with panelled sides, 117.5cm high, 150.8cm wide, 54.5cm deep.
A William and Mary oak bible box, the hinged top revealing an interior with a lidded till, the front incised with inititals 'E B' and the date '1700', 46cm high, 66.2cm wide, 43.2cm deep.
An early 18th century oak mule chest, the interior with a till, with a sliding cover revealing two drawers, the base with two further drawers, 51.7cm high, 95.2cm wide, 48cm deep.
An early 17th century boarded oak chest, with crimped edges, the later hinged top revealing a vacant interior, on cut out-ends, 58cm high, 127.5cm wide, 34.3cm deep.
A George III mahogany Windsor armchair, the comb top rail above a stick back and scroll arms, on cabriole legs united by an 'H' stretcher.
An early 19th century elm and mahogany open armchair, with a triple-ball horizontal splat, above a dished seat, East Anglia.
A 19th century fruitwood country child's chair, with a turned and faceted baton horizontal splat above a dished seat, East Anglia, 52.7cm high, 34.2cm wide.
A George III and later yew and elm stickback Windsor armchair, with a later cherry hoop back, on front cabriole legs and pad feet.
Five 19th century Windsor armchairs, comprising: a yew low back example, the underside of the seat scored with letters, two similar ash wheelback armchairs and two stickback chairs. (5)
A mid-18th century oak potboard dresser, the raised plate rack with a shaped frieze, above three shelves, the base with two drawers and on bracketed legs, 183.4cm high, 115cm wide, 38.3cm deep.
A George II oak lowboy, with three frieze drawers, on cabriole legs, 71.3cm high, 77.7cm wide, 47.3cm deep.
A George II oak bureau, the interior with pigeon holes, drawers and secret pilaster compartments, with a central cupboard above a sliding well cover, and with two short and two long drawers, 99.8cm high, 89cm wide, 49.2cm deep.
A kingwood and brass mounted strong box or coffre fort, with strapwork mounts, the hinged lid revealing a paper lined vacant interior, with a compartment to the lid with a secret drawer, the hinged front revealing a pair of drawers and two secret drawers with side carrying handles, late 17th / early 18th century, 23.4cm high, 39cm wide, 23.2cm deep.
A French iron coffret, the domed lid with a swing handle, with a vacant interior, the locking clasp is released by pulling the front left foot, late 16th / early 17th century, 11.8cm high, 17.7cm wide.
An early 18th century Dutch bell metal mortar, the rim with an inscription and the date '1710', above a ring turned body, the base with a foliate border, 13cm high.
A 17th century bronze mortar and pestle, with a flared rim, the reeded body with a single handle, probably Dutch or German, 16cm high, the pestle: 26.5cm long. (2)
A 17th century French gilt copper alms bowl, of fluted circular form, with punched decoration with stars and crescent moons, 23.3cm diameter.
A wrought iron game crown, suspended from a chain and applied with hooks, together with a similar example, with fleur-de-lis decoration and candle sconces, 40.4cm high, 63cm wide (max). (2)
A 17th century wrought iron book rest, the open top with a ratcheted bar support, 30.6cm high, 35.5cm wide.