GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST Late 18th century, mahogany veneered drawer facings, oak and pine secondary, two part form, applied cove molded crest with stylized Greek key above a stylized Chinese Chippendale frieze to the front, upper case with two over three graduated cock beaded drawers flanked by chamfered corners with stylized Chinese Chippendale fretwork, the base with applied molding above pull out dressing slide above three graduated cock beaded long drawers, raised on bold bracket foot base
A 17th century fruit wood and oak 2 sectional chest cupboard, the front elevation with carved geometric and pilaster mouldings, the upper section fitted with an arrangement of 1 long and 2 short drawers flanking an arcaded tunnelled window, the lower section enclosed by a pair of panelled doors with fitted interior of 3 long drawers raised on later bracket supports, 48 inches wide approx
17th-18th Century English oak carved childs chest, 22 1/2" h. x 26 3/4" l. x 17 1/2" w. EST950~1250
ENGLISH CARVED OAK COFFER/ STORAGE CHEST, 18TH C.English carved oak coffer/ storage chest, 18th c., paneled case, hinged lid opening to storage interior with side till, over chip carved accents, rising on block legs, splits to one top panel, approx 27.5"h, 47.5"w, 20.25"d
CARVED OAK THREE PANEL CHEST
LATE 17TH CENTURY the hinged top above a foliate scroll carved frieze with initials MW, over a three panel front carved with stylised tulips, on stile feet137cm wide, 73cm high, 54cm deep
A golden oak six drawer chest, by Peter Waals after a design by Ernest Gimson, circa 1930, the plain top with moulded low back rail, the top and sides with exposed dovetail and mortise joints, fitted with two short and four long quarter sawn flash front drawers, the outer frame with a 'D' section holly and macassar ebony raised moulding, the projecting vertical handles with notch carved edges, on stepped and chamfered projecting feet, 91cm x 52cm x 125cm.Illustrated.
CARVED OAK MINIATURE BLANKET CHESTWilliam and Mary-Style Carved Oak Miniature Blanket Chest, hinged lid, paneled and diaper-pattern decoration, bulbous-turned feet, h. 14 in., w. 19 in., d. 10 in
Dutch marquetry demi-lune flip top game table. Continental carved wood chest, 19th /20th century. Heavily carved Baroque style oak cassone. Polychrome Bavarian armoire. Louis XVI detailed carved oval gilt mirror. A Louis XV style gilt wood mirror. 19th / 20th century. With carved small flower border, scrollwork at top, fanciful animal faces, grapes, and leaves on sides. 29 1/2"h x 19 1/2"w x 2 1/4"d.
EARLY 19TH C. ITALIAN OAK CARVED STORAGE CHEST: Richly carved and architectural raised molded door panel. Primitive king and queen figural carving flanking single drawer and door. Massive bun feet and carved lion heads. Note: 2 lion head pulls added at a later date, age splits on the side. 38 1/2'' wide, 24'' deep, 44'' tall.
AN ENGLISH WILLIAM AND MARY CARVED OAK FOUR DRAWER CHES...AN ENGLISH WILLIAM AND MARY CARVED OAK FOUR DRAWER CHEST, LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY, the rectangular top within molded trim above drawers centering three stepped rectangular molded panels with ravelin style corners alternating vertical molded panels, each drawer separated by bobbin style carving and raised on a cantilevered molding plinth on later bun feet, fitted with later bronze pulls. Height: 40 1/2" Width: 42 1/4" Depth 23 1/4"
Normal surface buildup, age cracks, old repairs, fading, lacking some molding on top three drawers, expected marks, scratches, chips, warping and bronze hardware is of a later date. Simpson Galleries strongly encourages in-person inspection of items by the bidder. Statements by Simpson Galleries regarding the condition of objects are for guidance only and should not be relied upon as statements of fact and do not constitute a representation, warranty, or assumption of liability by Simpson Galleries. All lots offered are sold "AS IS." NO REFUNDS will be issued based on condition.
Continental Oak Carved Blanket Chest, 18th century, the molded rectangular top opening to a well and lidded till, the molded case with central carved rosette, heart, and shell decorations, over a molded and shaped apron on shaped feet, (imperfections), ht. 30 3/4, wd. 45 3/4, dp. 22 1/4 in. Estimate $300-400 warping and separation to top boards The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
Early English oak lift-top chest, paneled top and original tine hinges opening to open interior with candle box, elaborately carved front, paneled sides and back, old dark surface, British, 17th or early 18th century, 23-1/2 x 48 x 20-1/2 in. Crack and molding loss to front center panel, lacking bottom of interior candle box, scattered pest damage especially to back, other normal wear. Private Collection, Kiawah Island, South Carolina
ENGLISH OAK CARVED-PANEL DOWER CHEST, 17th century. Four-panel lid opening to storage well; elaborately carved four-panel facade; extended post feet with carved brackets - 29 1/2 in. x 51 1/2 in. x 20 1/2 in.
GERMAN CARVED OAK SILVER FLATWARE CHEST, 19th century. Rectangular carved and hinged lid, silk-lined underside with inscription "Carl Frz. Schmedding, Hoflieferant Sr. Kgl. Hoheit des Prinzen Rupprecht von Bayern Augsburg"; over panel doors, opening to five fitted and lined drawers; each mounted with knob pulls and engraved identification plaques; the whole on bracket feet - 26 in.x 22 1/2 in. 17 in.
A substantial Victorian oak Wellington style chest, with carved lions mask detail and spiral twist columns flanking sixteen small cupboards with panelled fall fronts
GROUP OF FOUR BRITISH/CONTINENTAL ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENT...each of wood construction, comprising: 16th century, pair of French carved walnut chest buttresses, each with varying architectural carving to the columnar section, approximately 28-5/8 in. each; figure holding large shield, 14-5/8 in.; 16th century, Flemish carved oak twin panel coffer front, with two parchemin panels, 21 x 24-7/8 in.
Provenance: Sotheby's, London, Haute Epoque Sale, October 29, 2008 Lot 266 (with sticker labels); Private Collection, Warrenton, Virginia
damage and loss to wood at edges and backs, pest damage, rubbing, surface accretion; one column with 7 in. crack from top; door fragment with large area of damage/hole to center top
A French Oak Carved Chest having a shaped rectangular top over the conforming case set with three drawers raised on square tapering fluted legs. Height 33 inches.
Continental Carved and Inlaid Oak Paneled Storage Chest, ht. 25 1/4, lg. 71 in.
17th century oak lift-top chest, frame-and-panel construction, carved front, paneled sides and back, British, late 17th century, 27-1/2 x 52-1/2 x 23 in. Lid associated and currently not attached (lacking hinges), lacking interior till, front panel possibly reconfigured, top with several old holes. Private Collection, Charlotte, North Carolina.
ENGLISH JACOBEAN CARVED OAK COFFER, 17TH/ 18THC.English Jacobean oak coffer/ storage chest, 17th c./18thc., hinged top, open interior, front panel incised with geometric border, stylized floral designs, hearts, birds, and urns, wood loss at feet, approx 26"h, 71"w, 23"d **Provenance: A fine Santa Fe, New Mexico estate collection**
AMERICAN STERLING SILVER FLATWAREAntique and Vintage American Sterling Silver Flatware, incl. Whiting "Arabesque" master butter knife; Towle "Plain Tipped" 6 luncheon forks; Towle "Canterbury" 6 dinner forks, teaspoon and demitasse spoon; Watson "Dorian" 6 luncheon forks, 6 luncheon knives, 5 teaspoons, 4 demitasse spoons, and sugar spoon; Gorham "Lancaster" 6 luncheon knives; Gorham "Regent", ret. A.B. Griswold, 5 tablespoons (plus 1 "as is"); International "Spring Glory" gravy ladle; Gorham "Luxembourg" condiment fork and spoon; Gorham "Imperial Chrysanthemum" youth fork; Wallace "Wishing Star" 3 salad forks; 2 coin silver teaspoons; 4 sipper/stirrers; Towle sauce ladle, 3 baby spoons, 2 pc. carving set, horn-handled carving set, and napkin ring; total wt. (weighable) 73 troy ozs .; together with an oak fitted cutlery chest labeled "Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, Ltd., London
An oak carved side table, tiled bamboo side table, a painted three drawer bedside cabinet, a painted two drawer chest and a red ground rug, 133 x 195cm (5)
Early English oak lift top chest, front with three floral carved panels, paneled back, probably original wrought hinges, possibly 17th century, 25 x 51-3/4 x 23 in. Cracks and separations to panels, one panel patched, minor pest and water damage, other surface wear and abrasions. The Estate of the Late Josie Van Gent Edell, Summerville, South Carolina.
English oak lift top chest: English oak lift top chest with carved front and linen fold sides. Measures appx 23" t x 36" w x 19" d. In very good condition.
ANTIQUE OAK SECRETARY ON CHEST, American, c. 1890. The top section is a writing desk with small drawer, cabinet door and open niche over a carved fall front, the top section surmounting a four-drawer chest with brass pulls. Dimensions: 66.5"H x 31.75"W x 18.5"D.
HEAVILY CARVED OAK LIFT TOP CHEST: Victorian carved chest with hinged lift top lid on paw feet. 27 3/4'' h. x 29 1/2'' x 20''.CONDITION: Note scratches especially at feet.
A Rare North German Wrought Iron Mounted Oak Chest or "Stollentruhe" Westphalia Region 15-16th Century The large dark oak iron bound chest or "Stollentruhe" measures apprx. 71"L x 27"D x 24-1/2"H with extensive decorative wrought iron strapwork throughout terminating in flower head decorative clasp and wrought iron studs. Originally for a variety of secure storage transportation and furniture uses; even with pads for seating. Truck delivery only. This type of chest with multiple iron straps loosely imitates the style of the Tuscan Gothic and was popular in Northern Europe during the 15th century. These chests were all of similar form but varied slightly in their carving and feet and manner of opening for instance the top side and fall-front. For other examples please see a similar chest in the Kunstgewerbemuseum in Cologne and the Kurpfalzisches Museum Heidelberg. Also see a related chest offered for sale as lot 53 Sotheby's New York December 13th 2003 and lot 247 Sotheby's London October 4th 2004. Truck delivery or pick up only.
ANTIQUE CONTINENTAL CARVED OAK COFFERContinental carved oak coffer/ storage chest, 18th/ 19th c., displaying dovetail construction, top with forged iron nail heads, on iron strap hinges, open interior, front panel with geometric carving, rising on bun feet, later lock mechanism and lid support, approx 23.75"h, 62"w, 22.5"d
A 17thC style oak short sword chest, with a floral carved front, raised on trestle end supports, 40cm x 77cm x 30cm.
- Oak chip carved storage chest, c.1900, with floral paint decoration. 23”h.x28”w. - |
3573 - 20th C. Carved Wood Chest
Oak and teak chest, early 20th century, decorated with carved relief panels on top and front, relief panels featuring figures and rickshaws in gardens, the back simplistically carved with a figure in a landscape scene, with original hinges and locks.
Early 18th century carved oak panelled mule chest with two drawers h:29 w:51 d:20 in.
Red Oak Carved and Joined Chest, attributed to the Norman family of Joiners, Marblehead, Massachusetts, mid-17th century, the molded two-board lift-top opens on a joined box with gougework-arcaded top rail above three recessed panels centering applied molded diamonds framed by mitred surrounds and dentil carving, separated by molded and gouged vertical rails, the sides of the chest with two recessed panels with molded surrounds, all on an applied base molding, with shaped brackets and stile feet, old surface, (restoration), ht. 21 3/4, case wd. 36, case dp. 15 in. Note: An examination report from Robert F. Trent refers to this piece as "the most elaborate example known from the Norman shop tradition." A full copy of his report is available for review. Estimate $20,000-30,000 some moldings on façade replaced, added supports under bottom boards. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
- Oak floral paint decorated and Chippendale carved storage chest, c.1900, with secret compartment. 23”h.x28”w. - |
Pair of Berlin work upholstered chairs. Neoclassical Sheraton style quad back settee. Louis XIV style sofa with floral upholstery Dutch marquetry demi-lune flip top game table. Continental carved wood chest, 19th /20th century. Heavily carved Baroque style oak cassone. Polychrome Bavarian armoire. Louis XVI detailed carved oval gilt mirror. A Louis XV style gilt wood mirror. 19th / 20th century. With carved small flower border, scrollwork at top, fanciful animal faces, grapes, and leaves on sides. 29 1/2"h x 19 1/2"w x 2 1/4"d.
FRENCH PROVINCIAL CARVED OAK COFFER/ STORAGE CHESTFrench Provincial carved oak coffer/storage chest, early 19th c., having hinged rectangular top, opening to open storage, paneled case, rising on block feet, approx 26"h, 72"w, 23"d
RENAISSANCE REVIVAL FIGURAL CARVED OAK COFFERRenaissance Revival carved oak coffer/ storage chest, 18th c., having paneled case with molding and foliate motifs, front carved with allegorical figures, single cabinet door opening to shelved interior, rising on block feet, approx 32"h, 58"w, 29"d
A VICTORIAN OAK LIBRARY PLAN CHEST, having an arrangement of eleven short and three long drawers to one side, the other side with three short drawers above linen fold panelling, centred with carved monogram 'HP', further matching panelling to the sides, 147cm wide x 101.5cm deep x 83.5cm highThis chest originally came from Sherborne School.
- French carved oak three-drawer chest, 19th c. 35.5”h.x37.5”w. - |
A Continental Baroque oak carved chest late 17th/early 18th centuryheight 31 3/4in; width 51 1/2in; depth 20 1/2in
20th C. carved blanket chest, oak, rectangular top with central panel outlined with beaded motif, gadrooned edges, heavily carved front and side with scroll and foliate motif, front with central figural cartouche depicting face, sides with central crests with star motif, raise on four straight legs, expected wear to finish including staining, top with separation, scratching and some evidence of checking along sides, some chipping/nicking along corners and edges, approximately 22 1/2" h. x 40" w. x 20 1/2" d. [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE AND VEHICLE]
Georgian Carved Oak Five Drawer Chest: British, 19th century, oak throughout with five dovetailed drawers, facings relief carved with floral and leaf decoration, on original tall bracket feet, 37 x 37-1/2 x 19-1/2 in. - Provenance: The Gilded Age Antiques, Banner Elk, North Carolina (drawer interior label); Private Collection Condition long drawers lacking escutcheons, backboards renailed, scattered wear and distress to dark finish
George III oak cupboard on chest, converted from a mule chest, two central carved panelled doors flanked by two dummy doors, over two and three short drawers on bracket base, h:49 w:58 d:23 in.
Charles II Carved Inlaid Oak Lift Top Chest: British, 17th century, hinged top above a carved frieze of relief decoration, front panels with central diamond inlay, paneled on all sides, side hung drawer, original snipe hinges, mellow old surface, 27 x 43-1/2 x 20-1/4 in. - Provenance: Private Collection, Connecticut Condition excellent condition overall, some surface wear and finish losses, very minor pest damage at bottom of feet, some minor losses at edges of drawer facing, other typical surface flaws
JACOBEAN STYLE OAK SEMI-TALL CHEST First quarter, 20th century; two-part chest, upper case with two elaborately carved panel drawers with similar bottom case, on molded base with onion feet, 42 in. H., 43 in. W., 23 in. D.
CARVED OAK TRIPLE PANEL CHEST 17TH CENTURY the hinged top above a triple panel front panel carved with stylised flower motifs, raised on stile feet 117cm wide, 68cm high, 54cm deep Estimate £ 300-500 + fees. Sold for £350 (buyer's premium included)
ENGLISH BAROQUE INLAID OAK LARGE BLANKET CHEST the front with carved compasswork, fan border over three foliate inset panels inlaid with stylized foliage, three times stamped 'WS' maker's mark, on later bracket feet - h:32.50 w:81.50 d:31.50 in. Provenance: Retiring Antique Dealer of Miami, London, Chicago and Los Angeles
ENGLISH OAK CARVED BLANKET CHEST having a hinged paneled top over a carved and paneled case raised on block legs - h:32.75 w:55.25 d:22 in.
A 17th century and later adapted carved oak and pine chest on stand, with carved triple panel front, 136cm wide.
English carved oak lift-top chest, four-panel front with carved strapwork decoration, double paneled sides and three-panel back, probably original oak top with iron butterfly hinges, British, late 17th century, 30-1/4 x 44 x 21-1/2 in. Good condition overall with later battens on top, water and pest damage with some associated loss to feet, some bottom boards replaced, normal wear, cracks, separations and minor patches throughout.
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