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A good and large early 17th century leather bombard, English, circa 1600-50 With typical stitched seams, and high single-curve handle with flush terminal, the body polychrome decorated with an Earl or Countess coronet above a cockerel (crest of Gallipoli?), height 51.5cm, overall width 29cm See Warwick castle Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-27

£3,000 - £4,000

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A large late 17th century leather costrell, English Of typical form, with stitched seams, the shoulders pierced for a thong, traces of punched decoration, height 25cm, width 20.5cm, depth 18cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-30

£400 - £600

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A late 17th century leather costrell, English Of typical form, with stitched seams and shoulders pierced for a thong, the body decorated with a six-petal flowerhead within a roundel and embellished with punched-decoration, height 21cm, width 21cm, depth 17cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-32

£400 - £600

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A large late 17th century leather costrell, English Of typical form, with stitched seams, the shoulders pierced for a thong, traces of punched decoration, height 25cm, width 20.5cm, depth 18cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-31

£400 - £600

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A leather blackjack, English Typical stitched seams and high angular handle with flush terminal, height 29cm, overall width 20cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-28

£50 - £80

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A small 16th century iron casket, French The domed and hinged lid banded in iron, and with an oval articulated bale handle, the front with three hasps, two concealing a key hole and opening by extracting one of the small circular feet,  height 11.5cm, width 15.5cm, depth 10.5cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-12

£500 - £800

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An 18th century steel tinder pistol or table strike-a-light, probably German The tapering and curved flat 'butt' with ball terminal, the lockplate enclosing a match compartment and with small candle socket, overall length 19.5cm, height 10.5cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-14

£200 - £300

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A small 17th century bronze cauldron, English Of typical form, with bag-shaped body, angular handles, and three ribbed feet, height 17cm, overall width 25cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-9

£150 - £200

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A rare and good Elizabeth I carved oak and polychrome-decorated panel, circa 1560 Designed with a large coat of arms, against a strapwork decorated ground, Latin inscription to base reads ' Oliver Brigges Armiger and Anna his wife, daughter of Humphrey Coningsby Armiger de.', height 42cm, width 22.7cm Armiger refers to a person entitled to heraldic arms.  Oliver Brigges was born in 1535, possibly...

£800 - £1,200

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A large late 18th century iron and oak table rushlight, English With flattened broad jaws, the U-shaped arm fitted with a large ball counterweight, the round-section stem set into a 16th century oak base of baluster form with gauge-carved decoration, height 55cm, base diameter 11.5cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-35

£300 - £400

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An exceptionally large late George III stained sycamore dairy bowl, circa 1820 With single incised line to inner rim, and stepped narrow fillet to outer body, shallow and gently domed base, diameter 60cm, height 24cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-20

£800 - £1,000

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A George III turned walnut dairy bowl, circa 1780 With flat rim, and numerous narrow turned fillets to outer edge, relatively flat base, diameter 41.5cm, height 11.5cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-19

£300 - £500

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An unusual early 18th century stained and painted 'sycamore' platter, probably English Of shallow oval form, designed with the half-portrait of a lady, with long hair, reading a book, before stylised tulips and balustrade, width 46.5cm, depth 43cm, height 4.5cm Provenance: Former Golding Barrett Collection, with collection label to rear. Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-18

£600 - £800

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A large mid-18th century carved oak armorial panel Designed with two coats of arms, with a Rococo cartouche with rock work and acanthus leaves, topped by a coronet, with lion and wild man supporters, height 68cm, width 94cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-11

£600 - £800

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A large mid-16th century 'bell-bottom' socket candlestick, English, circa 1550-1600 Having an unusual  'tulip-shaped' socket, a 'tear-drop' and double discoid stem, drip-tray with flat bottom, and a high conical ribbed base with deep skirt, height 30.5cm, base diameter 17cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-13

£2,000 - £3,000

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A 16th century brass pricket candlestick, German or Flemish, circa 1550 With flared drip tray, balustroid and discoid stem, on a stepped dome base and three squat-ball feet, height 24.5cm, base diameter 10cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-26

£400 - £600

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A 16th century 'red-brass' pricket candlestick, German, circa 1500-50 With tall pricket, linear incised drip-tray, ribbed and discoid tapering stem, on a dome base, height 32cm, base diameter 13.5cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-25

£300 - £500

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A very near pair of mid-16th century brass pricket candlesticks, Flemish or German, circa 1550 Each with a deep circular drip-tray, balustroid and knopped stem, on stepped dome foot with spreading base, height 27cm, base diameter 11.5cm, (2) Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-24

£400 - £600

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A mid-17th century brass socket candlestick, North-West European, circa 1640 The bold straight-sided socket with flared rim and bulbous base, on a short discoid stem, broad drip-tray, and domed foot, height 14cm, base diameter 13cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-40

£200 - £300

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An 18th century burr birch peg tankard, Norwegian, circa 1730-50 The gently domed lid naively carved with a ferocious lion, the thumbpiece of uncommon upright form, carved with geometric motifs and with a curved gadrooned finial, on three recumbent lion feet, height 23cm, overall width 22cm, drum diameter 15.8cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-23

£600 - £800

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A large mid-18th century birch peg tankard, Norwegian, circa 1750 Of typical form, with lion carved roundel to dome lid, lion finial and feet, the handle with chip-carved edges and triangular chip-carved terminal, height 23.5cm, overall width 23.5cm, drum diameter 18cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-22

£500 - £800

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An 18th century burr birch peg tankard, Norwegian, circa 1730-50 Of typical form, with stylised crowned lion roundel engraved to dome lid, recumbent lion thumbpiece, on three leafy-carved feet, height 22cm, overall width 22cm, drum diameter 16cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-21

£600 - £800

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A large 17th century stoneware 'Bell-Ringers' jug, English Of ovoid form, with tall ribbed collar, small spout and strap handle, mottled glaze, height 35cm, width 29cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-36

£800 - £1,200

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An exceptionally large late 17th century stoneware jug Having a baluster-shaped body, with high ribbed collar, round rim and small spout, strap-handle, height 48cm, width 32cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-37

£500 - £800

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A George III slip-decorated earthenware dish, Staffordshire, circa 1780 Of 'circular' form, with pie-crust edge, decorated with dark creamy slip with calligraphic swirls and dots, against a brown ground, 33.5cm diameter, 7.5cm high Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-16

£700 - £1,000

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A George III slip-decorated earthenware dish, Staffordshire, circa 1780 Of circular form, decorated with a calligraphic design, with a dark cream slip applied to a brown ground, diameter 33.5cm, height 9.5cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-33

£500 - £800

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A George III slip-decorated earthenware dish, Staffordshire, circa 1780 Of circular form, with pie-crust rim, deigned with a curled ribbon of creamy slip across the centre and a plain band below rim, against a dark brown ground, diameter 34cm, height 6.5cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-34

£1,000 - £1,500

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An Elizabeth I oak desk box, possibly Welsh, circa 1580 The sloping fall and top with multi-reeded edge, the prize carved with two female heads, earring a tall headdress and stylised ruff, beneath a guilloche-filled arcade and centred by the initials 'I P', each side decorated with multiple draught-roundels of two sizes, vacant interior, height 27cm, width 46.5cm, depth 46cm Provenance: Doughton...

£600 - £800

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A Charles I oak joint stool, circa 1640 Having a six-pegged top with reeded and ovolo-moulded edge, flat run-moulded rails, and columnar-turned legs joined by plain stretchers all round, a significant proportion of the pear-shaped feet remains, height 55cm, width 44.5cm, depth 27.5cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-8

£800 - £1,200

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A James I/Charles I oak joint stool, Salisbury and the surrounding area, circa 1620-30 In the manner of the Beckham family workshop Having a triple-reeded top, cable-carved rails, and parallel-baluster over reel-turned legs, joined by multiple-moulded rails all round, height 58.5cm, width 46cm, depth 27cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-7

£1,000 - £1,500

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A Charles I oak joint stool, circa 1630 The top with double reeded-edge, the rails with bicuspid-shaped lower edge, on inverted-baluster over reel-turned legs, joined by plain stretchers all round, height 54cm, width 46.5cm, depth 28cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-6

£800 - £1,200

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A Charles I oak low stool, circa 1640 Having a rectangular seat with triple-reeded edge, multiple run-moulded rails, and inverted-baluster turned legs, joined all round by plain stretchers, height 37cm, width 39.5cm, depth 30cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-5

£700 - £1,000

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A rare Elizabeth I/James I oak joint stool, West Country, circa 1600-20 Having a double-reeded top, flat run-moulded rails with bicuspid-shaped, scroll-carved and punch-decorated lower edge, the inverted-baluster turned legs with leafy S-scroll-carved blocks, joined all round by cable-carved stretchers, height 53.5cm, width 49cm, depth 29.5cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock...

£3,000 - £4,000

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A rare pair of Charles I oak joint stools, circa 1630-40 Each top with single-reeded long edges and square ends, with lunette-carved rails and rising-baluster over squat-ball turned legs joined by plain stretchers all round, on turned feet, height 58.5cm, width 49.5cm, depth 29.5cm, (2) Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-2

£4,000 - £6,000

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A 19th century oak pie peel or spittle, English Of circular paddle form, the short handle pierced for hanging, overall length 59.5cm, width 40cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-29

£100 - £150

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A large early 17th century stoneware bellarmine, Cologne/Frechen, circa 1600 Having a mottled or tiger glaze, with bearded mask below the rim and three scattered rosettes to bulbous body, height 43cm, width 26cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-39

£600 - £800

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An interesting and large early 17th century bellarmine, Cologne/Frechen, dated 1605 The particularly bulbous body extensively repaired using rivets, having an applied bearded mask below the rim,  an oval medallion below with ornate coat of arms, mantled and dated '1605',  a matching medallion to each side, with blue highlight against the cream ground, height 38cm, 28cm wide Provenance: Doughton...

£800 - £1,200

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An Elizabeth I oak panel, circa 1570 Deigned with Adam & Eve, standing naked in the Garden of Eden, Eve partaking in the forbidden fruit, all within a guilloche-carved arcade with strapwork spandrels,  height 34cm, width 31cm, depth 3cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-17

£600 - £800

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A stained fruitwood standing cup, probably English and circa 1700 The U-shaped bowl supported on a 'pear-shaped' stem and large stepped domed circular foot, height 29.5cm, base diameter 15.6cm Provenance: Doughton Manor, Gloucestershire - Stock Ref:12306-15

£800 - £1,200

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A George I oak and elm low dresser, circa 1720 Having a boarded top with applied moulded under-edge, three cockbeaded frieze drawers, and ogee profiled apron, on silhoutte-baluster front legs, 195cm wide, 87cm high, 53cm deep - Stock Ref:52-34

£600 - £900

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An interesting George III oak lambing-type chair, circa 1760 Having a flattened ogee-arched fielded panelled back, small winged sides, broad and flat round-ended enclosed arms, and rope seat, atop a frieze drawer and ogee-shaped apron, the rectangular front supports headed by underarm scroll-profiled arm brackets and descending to turned tapering feet, 74cm wide, 50cm deep, 112cm high,  seat 38cm...

£600 - £900

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An uncommon Charles II joined oak enclosed cupboard, circa 1670 Having a long drawer, with paired mouldings, over two cupboard doors with applied geometric mitre-mouldings, enclosing a single shelf (originally two), each side with a narrow panel over a large applied arcaded panel, on extended stile supports, height 92cm, width 98.5cm, depth 60cm - Stock Ref:10998-72

£800 - £1,000

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Museum deaccessioned: A Charles II oak panel-back open armchair, Lancashire, circa 1670 The back panel carved with a large lozenge and abutting lunettes, below a scroll arch-shaped and pierced cresting and integral leafy S-scroll carved top rail, downswept arms on ring columnar-turned legs, the seat mainly formed from one original large board, on columnar-turned front legs, joined all round by plain...

£600 - £800

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An interesting Charles I oak coffer, Lancashire/Cumbria, dated 1641 Having a triple-panelled hinged lid, the front again of three panels, each carved with paired flowering leafy S-scrolls, and dated/initialled '16' 'TE' '41' respectively, the top rail carved with two pairs of mythical beasts, each with a flowerhead terminal to projecting tongue and a curled tail, leafy S-scroll carved front stiles...

£800 - £1,200

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A late 18th century pine painted chest, Austrian, circa 1780, Having a blue and white 'lattice' ground, the lid with two flowering urn reserves, the front with three foliate painted reserves, the sides with foliate wreaths, deep base moulding, on bun feet, 121cm long, 64cm deep, 68cm high - Stock Ref:11182-53

£500 - £800

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An unusual 16th century boarded oak chest, English, circa 1550-1600 The rectangular  top with applied moulded edge to represent panelling, interior lidded till, the front board carved with trailing leaves emanating from leafy triforms, the end boards with V-cut away ends, 115cm wide, 37cm deep, 57cm high - Stock Ref:11182-52

£400 - £600

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An Impressive and rare Elizabeth I joined oak standing livery cupboard, circa 1600 Having a rectangular plank top, above a leafy-strapwork carved frieze with fluted corbels, and two deep panelled cupboard doors with intricate carved strapwork, flanking a deep pyramidal carved arch enclosing a flowering urn, all spaced by leafy-carved pilasters of waisted outline, raised on stop-fluted columnar front...

£6,000 - £8,000

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A William & Mary oak side table, circa 1690 Having a triple-boarded and end-cleated top, and single frieze drawer, on spiral-turned legs, joined by a wavy X-form platform stretcher, bun feet, height 72.5cm, width 90.5cm x 59cm - Stock Ref:11182-82

£800 - £1,200

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