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We are dealers in 15th century, 16th century, 17th century, English oak and country furniture and works of art, ranging from the Tudor, Henry VIII, Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.


Welsh Yew wood turned armchair

Welsh Yew wood turned armchair

16th century Yew wood and oak turned armchair. Similar example shown in Richard Bebb’s book […]

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James I joined oak armchair

James I joined oak armchair

James I joined oak armchair of fine quality. The baluster turned legs joined by plain […]

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James I joined oak upholstered armchair

James I leather covered armchair

James I oak upholstered leather covered armchair. The gun barrel legs joined by stretcher rails […]

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James I oak upholstered armchair

James I leather covered armchair

James I oak upholstered leather covered armchair. The gun barrel legs joined by plain stretcher […]

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16th century Welsh Yew wood turned armchair

Welsh Yew wood turned armchair

16th century Welsh Yew wood turned armchair with a walnut seat. Similar example shown in […]

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Charles II oak backstools

20 Cromwellian oak backstools

Matched set of 20 Cromwellian joined oak leather covered backstools. Provenance: H W Kiel, Broadway.

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Elizabeth I joined oak armchair

Late Elizabeth I oak armchair

Late Elizabeth I joined oak armchair of rare form. The baluster turned legs joined by […]

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Charles ll joined oak armchair

Charles II joined oak armchair

Charles II joined oak armchair, the baluster turned legs joined by plain lower stretcher rails […]

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James I carved oak armchair

James I oak carved armchair

James I joined oak and carved armchair of small proportions. The baluster turned legs joined […]

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James I oak upholstered chair

James I oak upholstered chair

James I oak upholstered chair, the fine baluster turned legs joined by deep and wide […]

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Elizabeth I oak carved armchair

Elizabeth I oak carved armchair

Elizabeth I oak carved armchair, the column turned supports joined by plain stretcher rails and […]

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Elizabeth 1st inlaid and carved oak armchair

Elizabeth 1st inlaid and carved armchair

Elizabeth 1st inlaid and oak carved armchair. The baluster turned supports carved with nulled and […]

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James I carved oak and inlaid armchair

James I joined oak and inlaid armchair

James I joined oak armchair, carved and inlaid. The back rest panel with holly and […]

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Charles II oak carved armchair

Charles II joined oak armchair

Charles II joined oak armchair, the back rest panel carved with floral decoration, being flanked […]

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Charles I joined oak Exeter armchair

Exeter joined oak armchair

Charles I joined oak Exeter carved armchair, the back rest panel with interlaced S-scrolls and […]

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Charles I child's oak carved high chair

Charles I oak child’s high chair

Charles I oak child’s high chair of high quality, the back rest panel carved with […]

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Charles I carved oak armchair

Charles I joined oak and carved armchair, the back rest panel carved with a single […]

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