17th century oak coffer of nice proportions, panel construction with applied lozenge and arcaded carved top rail.
44″ and a half wide
24″ and a half high
17th Century oak coffer of good colour and patina retaining the original ring hinges. The panels decorated with excellently carved lozenges. This is a Yorkshire coffer originating from the Halifax area. A lovely example in good original condition.
22″ and a half deep
Superbly carved early 18th century oak and ash mule kist of wonderful colour and surface. This is a fine example of a Yorkshire kist probably originating from Halifax. The carving is very good and depicts a tulip in the center panel flanked by two lozenges. In the center of the scroll carved top rail are the initials S.P and date 1728. The top is made from ash and has developed a really nice light colour and patina. The kist is in completely original condition apart from the hinges and lock.
Price £1400 SOLD