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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.


Charles II joined oak stool

Charles II joined oak stool

Charles II joined oak stool, with column turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails and […]

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Charles II joined oak stool

Charles II joined oak stool

Charles II joined oak stool, with four column turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails […]

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Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool, the baluster turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails and […]

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Charles II joined oak stool

Charles II joined oak stool

Charles II joined oak stool, the gun barrel legs joined by plain stretcher rails and […]

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Charles II joined oak stool

Charles II joined oak stool

Charles II joined oak stool with column turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails and […]

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Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool, the four baluster turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails, […]

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17th century joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool, of chunky construction with thick turned baluster legs joined by […]

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Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak and carved stool, the four baluster turned legs joined by plain […]

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Charles I oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool with four baluster turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails […]

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Charles II oak upholstered stool

Charles II upholstered stool

Charles II upholstered stool with bobbin turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails, with modern […]

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James I oak upholstered stool

James I upholstered stool

James I upholstered oak stool with only the front two legs turned, joined by plain […]

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Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool, the four baluster turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails […]

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Charles II child's upholstered stool

Charles II child’s upholstered stool

Charles II joined oak child’s upholstered stool. The gun barrel legs joined by plain stretcher […]

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Henry VIII triangular oak stool

Henry VIII triangular oak stool

Henry VIII triangular joined oak stool. Stools of this form are very rare with only […]

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Charles I oak joint stool

Charles I joined oak stool

Large Charles I joined oak stool, with four baluster turned legs joined by plain stretcher […]

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Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool with four baluster turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails […]

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Charles I joined oak stool

Charles I joined oak stool with baluster turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails and […]

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17th century upholstered stool

17th century oak upholstered stool, with gun barrel legs, joined by plain stretcher rails.

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17th century upholstered stool

Charles I oak upholstered stool with gun barrel legs joined by plain stretcher rails.

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Charles II oak stool

Charles II joined oak stool with baluster turned legs joined by plain stretcher rails and […]

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