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The Oak Interior

Bonhams Bonhams operates an aggregate bidding limit of £25,000. For more information please contact the auction house. Bid online & pay the same as the room. Live-Webcast-Auktion 22 Okt 2020 11 BST

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Oxford

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  • Oxford
  • Banbury Road
  • Shipton-on-Cherwell
  • Kidlington
  • Oxford
  • OX5 1JH
  • United Kingdom

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An extremely rare and fine Queen Anne pewter gadrooned mug, ale-pint capacity, circa 1705 Touchmark inside base of John Compere, London, (fl.1699-...

A small and rare late 17th century white metal-mounted leather blackjack, English Mounted with a rare strapwork rim, the baluster-shaped body punc...

A late 17th century white metal-mounted leather blackjack, English With narrow, plain silver mount to the rim, a faint (now illegible) coat of arm...

A small late 17th century white metal-mounted leather blackjack, English With scallop-edged mount to the rim, and baluster-shaped body punch-decor...

A small late 17th/early 18th century white metal-mounted leather blackjack, English, circa 1700 The rim with deep, lambrequin-edged mount, the fru...

A rare named late 17th/early 18th century white metal-mounted leather blackjack, English, circa 1700 The mount to the rim engraved 'John Hasleham'...

A small mid-18th century white metal-mounted leather blackjack, English, circa 1760 Cylindrical, and with lambrequin-edged mount to the rim, typic...

A small mid-18th century white metal-mounted leather blackjack, English, circa 1760 The mount with lambrequin edge above an applied white metal ov...

A mid-18th century white metal-mounted leather blackjack, English, circa 1760 Cylindrical, and with lambrequin-edged mount to the rim, typical sti...

A William III leather costrel, dated 1695 Of typical form, marked to one side with a possibly heraldic motif, and to the other side with the date ...

A very small late 17th/early 18th century leather costrel, English, circa 1700 Of typical form, with stitched seams, 10.5cm wide x 8cm deep x ...

A late 17th/early 18th century leather costrel, English, circa 1700 Of typical form with stitched seams, 17cm wide x 14cm deep x 17cm high , ...

A small late 17th/early 18th century leather costrel, English, circa 1700 Of typical form, with stitched seams, the sides each decorated with five...

A good and large early 18th century elm and ash trestle-end table, English The top of three well-figured elm boards with end-cleats, on robust wai...

An 18th century ash long bench, English Having an impressive thick single board top, with chamfered under edge, on rectangular-shaped splayed legs...

A William & Mary joined oak side table, circa 1690 Having a boarded ovolo-moulded top, a single drawer framed by double-reeded applied mouldings, ...

A Charles II joined oak backstool, circa 1680 Having a fielded back-panel, a foliate and crown-carved cresting rail, pyramidal-finials, boarded se...

A rare and good Elizabeth I/James I joined oak open armchair, circa 1600-20 Having a back of two panels, each with raised moulded front and ribbed...

A walnut form or bench, North European, probably French, circa 1600 Constructed of five boards, the seat with a central S-shaped aperture, an ogee...

A William & Mary joined yew-wood gateleg table, circa 1700 Having an oval drop-leaf top, each leaf formed from a single board, atop an end-frieze ...

A Charles II boarded oak chest, circa 1660 Of good height, having a twin-board top with triple-reeded edge, the front board with a broad flat run-...

A William & Mary walnut and oak candlestand, circa 1700 Having an octagonal top with ovolo-moulded edge, a ball and baluster-turned pillar, hexago...

A George II joined oak high dresser, Cardiganshire/Denbighshire, circa 1730-50 The boarded rack with two shelves, the fully-enclosed lower-section...

A Charles I joined oak and inlaid court cupboard, Yorkshire/Derbyshire, circa 1640 The upper cupboard with two panelled doors, each having an inne...

A pair of William & Mary slat-back side chairs, Yorkshire, circa 1690 Each with three leafy-carved slats, morticed between a double S-scroll carve...

A joined oak and spindle-filled mural cupboard Having a pair of cupboard doors, each with an arched spindle-filled panel, above a raised fielded p...

An unusual pair of Charles II joined oak figural-carved backstools, Cheshire/Lancashire, circa 1670 One back panel carved with a portrait of Charl...

An interesting 17th century oak trestle-end table, German Predominantly of wedge-and-peg construction, the impressive single-piece rectangular top...

A good Charles I joined oak livery cupboard, West Country, circa 1640 Having a top of two ovolo-moulded boards, a palmette and guilloche-carved to...

A George III joined oak open low dresser, circa 1770 The top of two main boards with narrow reeded edge, above three lip-moulded drawers, raised o...

A small Charles II joined and boarded oak spindle mural livery cupboard, circa 1660 The single-piece top with chamfered under-edge, the central cu...

A very near-set of six late 17th century joined oak high-back chairs, English, circa 1685 Each with moulded slat-back, a bold double C-scroll carv...

A Charles II joined oak dining gateleg table, probably Yorkshire, circa 1680 Having a thick oval drop-leaf top, a single end-frieze drawer atop a ...

A rare Charles I joined and boarded oak, fruitwood and parquetry-inlaid mural livery cupboard, West Country, circa 1640 Having a cyma-recta and d...

A splendid Elizabeth I joined oak and inlaid panel-back open armchair, Gloucestershire, circa 1600 The back panel designed with an inlaid knot-pat...

A George II joined oak chest-on-stand, circa 1730-50 With cyma-recta cornice, two short and three long graduated and lip-moulded drawers, the stan...

A Charles II joined oak side table, circa 1670 Having a top of two boards with ovolo-moulded edge, a single frieze drawer above a double flattened...

An impressive late 16th century carved oak coffer front, Bremen, Germany, circa 1570-85 Carved with a complex arrangement of biblical scenes, divi...

Two similar iron firedogs, in the 16th century French manner Both with bulbous capital, the shorter one with the initials 'WG' (?), the stems deco...

A tambour embroidered valance, circa 1910 Designed with mainly green and brown wools in the Elizabethan manner, with groups of companions in a gar...

A 19th century carved walnut coat of arms The Royal Arms of England, beneath a helm with closed visor, within foliate mantling, a blank banner ben...

A large embossed brass octagonal mural reflector, Scandinavian, circa 1680 The central octagonal boss decorated with a Bacchanalian figure atop a ...

A large embossed brass octagonal mural reflector, Scandinavian, circa 1680 The central octagonal boss decorated with a standing man, flanked by a ...

A mid-18th century tapestry, French, circa 1750 The hunting scene designed with two gentleman archers, dressed in frock-coats, two courting couple...

A 17th century tapestry table runner The Flemish tapestry designed with floral sprays, worked in wool, mainly in shades of umber and ochre, with m...

Three William & Mary needlework panels, circa 1690 Mounted on card, in the form of a dismantled casket, worked in coloured silks on a linen ground...

A good and large sycamore dairy bowl With decorative turned lines to the rim and the exterior, low turned foot, 44.5cm diameter x 14cm high For...

A rare Elizabeth I joined oak display/serving table, circa 1600 Made to accompany the 'Great Table', a large refectory-type table Having a triple-...

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 lo...

A joined oak box-settle, Cheshire/Lancashire, circa 1700-20 The low back with four fielded panels and pyramidal-finials to both uprights, the down...

A small Charles I boarded oak chest, West Country, circa 1640 The single-piece top and front with chip-carved ends, the extended sides with pointe...

A James I/Charles I joined oak panel back armchair, Devon, circa 1620-30 The back panel carved with addorsed frilly-scrolls within a leafy arcade,...

An 18th century armorial wall hanging, French, circa 1730-50 Designed with a large wicker basket of tulips, narcissus, irises, snowdrops and anemo...

A George II oak close stool, circa 1730-40 Of heptagonal form, with a hinged lid, boarded sides and ogee-shaped plinth base, later metal liner, 4...

A joined oak and inlaid panel-back open armchair, South West Yorkshire In the circa 1670 manner, incorporating period timbers The tall back with a...

A George III fruitwood turner's two-tier tripod table, circa 1800 having a one-piece dished top with six blade-knop pendants, an ornately turned p...

A Charles I joined oak three-tier buffet, with box-top, circa 1640 Having a hinged thin single-piece top with ovolo-moulded edge, enclosing a shal...

A joined oak fully-enclosed dresser, English, circa 1700-20 The end-cleated top of two deep boards, above a central bank of four paired mitre-moul...

A rare George II oak and inlaid chest of drawers, dated 1731 The impressive single-piece top inlaid with the date '1731', with individual numbers ...

A Charles II joined oak chest of drawers, circa 1680 The top with moulded ovolo edge and cavetto under-edge, above four mitre and cushion-moulded ...

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