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Norfolk chest, mid 18th c. and later.
A rare walnut and oak country chest of a type made in 18th c. Norfolk, only 2 ft 9 inches wide. Originally with a lift up top, now with a modern conversion to three drawers. Walnut fronted with oak sides and top; replacement handles, feet and back, drawers have modern linings, one drawer probably reveneered. Although much modified and with signs of hard use this small piece is unusual, useful and of a lovely colour; a good decorator's piece.

Size: 32.5 inches wide, 17 inches deep, 40 inches tall.

Ref: 8251
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George III mahogany chest of drawers c.1795/1800.
A good quality Late Georgian chest of drawers in mahogany with boxwood stringing and rosewood banding.
The drawers are oak lined and have their original brasses.
The backboards have been replaced and the feet are later restorations. The chest is a good colour but, as is to be expected with a piece of furniture in daily use for over 200 years, they are some marks and discolourations.
It would be an easy job to resurface the chest but many prefer signs of its history and usage to remain.

DIMENSIONS: 42 inches wide, 21 inches tall, 40 inches tall.
PROVENANCE: Sussex Private Collection.
Ref: 8798
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Oak gateleg table c.1690-1730.
A very useful dining or occasional dropleaf table with drawer, occupying little space when the the leaves are down.
The table is of good colour and sound, although, as is
often the case, there is a slight movement in the joints.

Dimensions: 42 x 16 inches closed
42 x 52 inches open
Height 28 inches
Ref: 8787
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Elm country armchair c.1785.
A George III elm country Hepplewhite shield back armchair of good colour; it would make an excellent and comfortable desk chair.
The chair is in sound condition, its legs were retipped
many years ago. Signs of old woodworm, now gone.

PROVENANCE: a Yorkshire Dales private collection for the last 25 years.
Ref: 6487
This item has been sold

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