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A late 17th. century carved oak coffer

Code: 10608     Dimensions:W 48" (121.9 cm)H 24" (61 cm)D 22" (55.9 cm)

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A late 17th century carved oak coffer, with twin panelled, moulded top above a guilloche frieze, the  three panelled front with floral and foliate carving above a shaped apron and raised on stile feet. The carving to the panels is unusual with a central daisy within a capstan or water wheel which would suggest that this coffer was made either for on board a ship or inside a water mill. The trailing patterns and stylised palm leaves separating the panels are found on pieces from as early as the beginning of the 17th. century.

Circa 1670

 

Price :£ 1500-00p.

H: 27” 69cms, W: 50.5”, 128.3cms, D: 23.5”, 60cms.

 

Lit: Oak Furniture, The British Tradition, Victor Chinnery Fig 3:261 pp320 & 3:272 pp 328

English Country Furniture 1500-1900, David Knell, fig 43 pp 86 & fig. 145 pp 148.

 

A late 17th. century carved oak coffer
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