A rare 16th Century English Oak Coffer with panelled front and shaped ends retaining all its original boards. The colour and patina is particularly good as is the quality of the linenfold carving to the front. The back board and underneath are wonderfully clean and dry and in the condition we love to see them in having never been varnished or tampered with. This model is often referred to as a Henry VIII Coffer.
Height = 69 cm (27.2″)
Width = 127 cm (50.0″)
Depth = 40 cm (15.7″)
A superb and rare mid 17th Century Yorkshire Coffer with typical floral marquetry to the panels. The uprights at either end carved with grape vines and acorns. The panels are applied to the back of the framework to create depth to the front of the chest, this is a feature often seen on the best examples. The top is original but has had numerous hinges over the years, the drawers have been relined in pine at some stage. The Marquetry to the front of the chest is in remarkably good condition.
Due to striking similarities in the design and carving this Coffer is thought to be from the same workshop as some of the furniture on show in the collection of Shibden Hall near Halifax, the home of Anne Lister.
Height = 88 cm (34.6″)
Width = 140 cm (55.1″)
Depth = 60 cm (23.6″)
A Wonderful little 17th Century Plank Coffer of Superb colour in clean original condition, retaining the original ring hinges.
Height = 68 cm (26.8″)
Width = 88 cm (34.6″)
Depth = 41 cm (16.1″)
A Charming small 17th Century panelled Oak Coffer in very good original order. The original hinges are still in place but new ones have been added as there is some damage to one of the originals. Interestingly the side and back panels are made in Elm.
Height = 62 cm (24.4″)
Width = 106 cm (41.7″)
Depth = 47 cm (18.5″)
A 17th Century Oak Coffer in remarkably good original condition with original hinges and lock plate. The colour is very good and it stands well having lost no hight from the feet.
Height = 80 cm (31.5″)
Width = 134 cm (52.8″)
Depth = 59 cm (23.2″)
Richly carved both front and sides by a master craftsman, this is indeed a fine example of an arcaded early 17th century Oak Coffer of very good colour in particularly good condition. The ring hinges have been replaced with strap hinges.
A very good 17th Century Yorkshire Mule Kist of great colour with original ring hinges one of which has been repaired. It is interesting to note the beaded faces carved in the spandrels that are very similar to the ones seen on Yorkshire chairs at this period.
Wonderfully Carved 17th Century Oak Mule Kist with original hinges having great colour and patina.
A rare and impressive 17th Century Oak Coffer of superb rich warm colour and patina with carved dragons or wyverns to the panels. Originally fitted with a drawer to the front that is now missing. The interior is covered with the most extraordinary 18th and 19th century cuttings.
A small 17th Century Oak plank Coffer with incised carving to the front of wonderful colour and condition. Hinges are replaced but the lock plate unusually is original.
A good Queen Anne Oak Mule Kist from the Trough of Bowland, in good original condition with rich warm colour. It is nicely carved in the style typical of the region and dated 1703.
A wonderful early 18th Century Welsh Oak Coffer Bach of outstanding deep rich Colour and patina with inlaid stars and half chevron banding to the front. The lid is removable as is normal on this model of Coffer and the inside is nice and clean just as we like to see.
Dimensions: Height = 49 cm (19.3″)
Width = 62 cm (24.4″)
Depth = 38 cm (15.0″)
A very good 17th century carved Oak Coffer from the north of England having good colour and patina with its original hinges. The inside is exceptionally clean with Elm panels to the back sides and bottom. A fine example in lovely original condition.
Height = 71 cm (28.0″)
Width = 135 cm (53.1″)
Depth = 61 cm (24.0″
A very attractive 17th century Oak Mule Kist from the Trough Of Bowland with original ebonised borders around the scroll carved panels. The Coffer has its original hinges and inlaid initials of I D E on the top rail. The colour is very good as is the condition ,its very clean and untouched inside.
Height = 78 cm (30.7″)
Width = 125 cm (49.2″)
Depth = 54 cm (21.3″)
A profusely carved 17th century west country Oak Coffer of wonderful colour and very solid construction with original ring hinges. The Coffer is in good original order throughout.
Height = 82 cm (32.3″)
Width = 142 cm (55.9″)
Depth = 65 cm (25.6″)
A rare 17th century Oak Mule Kist with paneled top and unusual construction featuring a series of small panels. Dated 1690 and initialled I V. The colour and condition of the Coffer is superb with original ring hinges.
Height = 82 cm (32.3″)
Width = 137 cm (53.9″)
Depth = 59 cm (23.2″)
A very good 17th century Oak Coffer, probably from Devon. The condition is excellent, the piece stands very well up on its feet and retains superb original hinges. The inside of the lid is lined with news paper dated 1837 the year Victoria came to the throne. The Coffer is initialed I B on the bottom rail.
A superbly carved 17th Century panelled Oak Coffer of wonderful colour and surface, inlaid with bog Oak and Holly. Hinges replaced.
Price £1800 SOLD
dimensions: 72 high, 158cm wide, 60cm deep
A really nice, very well Carved 17th Century Oak coffer having carved ends. The colour is very good and it stands very well having lost nothing from the feet, the top is paneled. The ring hinges are original.
Price £1400 SOLD
Height = 77 cm (31″)
Width = 125 cm (49″)
Depth = 58 cm (23″)