A rare early 18th Century George I Oak Lowboy of small proportions with Mahogany cross banding, inlaid star to the top and original chased brass handles. The Lowboy has a good rich warm colour and the original drawer linings are in pine.
Height = 69 cm (27.2″)
Width = 75 cm (29.5″)
Depth = 50 cm (19.7″)
A small and rare early 18th Century Walnut Lowboy of good colour and patina with original pierced brass handles. The top and drawers with matched walnut and box wood stringing. The front corners of the top are nicely inverted sitting above a fluted canted corner. The elegant legs are well shaped with carved knees and shaped slipper foot.
The drawers have wonderful clean original oak linings. This is a rare and fine quality piece of English Walnut of exceptionally small size in very good original order.
Height = 73 cm (28.7″)
Width = 66 cm (26.0″)
Depth = 45 cm (17.7″)
A really nice quality George I Oak Lowboy of outstanding colour and patina with original handles, carved scroll shaped apron and tiger Oak cross banding throughout.
Height = 73 cm (28.7″)
Width = 86 cm (33.9″)
Depth = 53 cm (20.9″)
A wonderful quality George I red Walnut Lowboy with nicely shaped apron and well drawn cabriole legs. The handles and locks are completely original, the colour and patina is superb. The two piece top is made from matched timbers.
Height = 75 cm (29.5″) Width = 80 cm (31.5″) Depth = 53 cm (20.9″)
18th Century George I Walnut Lowboy of superb untouched colour and patina with original handles and Quarter veneered top. The Lowboy has a cherry wood half herring bone banding. The drawer linings interestingly are made from a combination of Oak, Walnut, Ash and Cherry. The Oak sides are original and have never been veneered.
18th Century George 11 Mahogany lowboy with inverted corners and extremely elegant well carved cabriole legs . Made from the finest quality Cuban Mahogany.
A rare George 1st Walnut Lowboy with caddy top in excellent original condition and of exceptional colour. The Lowboy has fine feather banding to the drawers and top and retains its original brass knobs. It is nice to see the quadrant bead continuing down the sides of the lowboy from the top.
This Lowboy was previously sold at Christie’s on the 21 June 2004 , Lot 210 from the collection of the Myddelton family of Chirk Castle
Christie’s Country House Sale
21 June 2004
London – On 21 June 2004, Christie’s will stage a classic Country House Sale of works of art and
household objects from the private collection of the Myddelton family at Chirk Castle, Wrexham,
Wales. The superb auction will comprise a diverse selection of over five hundred objects from the
family wing at the Castle, the majority never seen by the public before. Highlights will include
furniture, paintings, ceramics, books and silver as well as antique household effects.
“After long discussions, we have decided with sadness to leave our private apartment at Chirk Castle. The Myddelton
family has had an unbroken connection with the property since 1595 so this has not been an easy decision,” said Guy
Myddelton. “The National Trust who run Chirk Castle very effectively now welcome around 80,000 visitors a year.
While we are pleased that so many people come to visit and enjoy the Castle and its grounds, it has become too busy an
environment to bring up our young children. We will not be able to take all our belongings with us to our new home,
hence we have instructed Christie’s to stage this sale in June.”
“We are confident that this auction will not only provide an opportunity to introduce the rich history of Chirk Castle
to a wider audience but will also give collectors, both private and institutional, a fantastic opportunity to acquire fine
works of art and household mementos”, said Richard Roundell, Vice-Chairman of Christie’s UK and
Representative of Christie’s in Wales.
Height = 70 cm (27.6″)
Width = 81 cm (31.9″)
Depth = 48 cm (18.9″
A very good 18th Century Figured Walnut lowboy of Superb colour, retaining the original handles. The lowboy has matched veneers throughout and lovely clean oak linings. It is a nice feature and a sign of quality that the cabinet maker has gone to the trouble of fitting dust boards for the drawers to run on, this construction is not usually seen on such pieces, it is more commonly associated with chests of drawers.
72cm high, 80cm wide, 53cm deep
A Fine Early 18th Century Oak Lowboy with walnut feather banding of very good proportions. It is a Superb rich warm Colour ,retaining the original handles. The piece is in very good original condition.
A lovely little George 1st Oak Lowboy of small proportions of light honey colour retaining its original handles.
The lowboy has a shaped apron and nicely executed lappet knee above straight cabriole legs. Although this is a country piece of furniture the maker has had the skills to enable him to miter his dovetails on the drawer backs.
70 cm high ,71cm wide ,54cm deep
A lovely 18th century Oak Lowboy of excellent untouched golden colour and condition retaining the original handles with clean Oak lined drawers.
It is rare to see a piece from this period in such condition. Circa. 1750
Height = 70 cm (28″)
Width = 78 cm (31″)
Depth = 50 cm (20″)
A fine 18th Century walnut and feather banded Lowboy of superb colour in wonderful original condition, retaining the original handles and locks. The underneath surface is untouched and has developed a lovely dry surface that has a warm colour. The drawer linings again dry and untouched are in oak with pine drawer fronts veneered in matched walnut, it is worth noting the strip of oak that is added to the top of the drawer fronts, this is a feature often seen on the better quality pieces. The legs are superbly shaped, they are a fine example of the early style of cabriole leg with a well carved slipper foot. It is a rare sight to see a walnut lowboy in such condition.
Dimensions 70cm high, 76cm wide, 48cm deep
Price £6,500 SOLD
A wonderful early 18th century Oak Lowboy in very good original condition. The shape of the leg is superb with nicely shaped ear piece and lovely beak foot, the freeze is particularly well shaped terminating in a neatly carved scroll at either side. The underneath surface is dry and untouched ,it is a light honey colour and the Oak is well figured. The handles have been replaced many years ago and date to the late 18th century.
32″ wide x 29″ high x 19″ deep
A charming Early 18th century oak lowboy in excellent condition ,of light warm colour retaining the original handles. With superbly figured and book matched top.