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134. A late 17th century Flemish oak cupboard, the moulded cornice above a frieze carved with scrolling leaves, above a pair of doors decorated with strapwork panels enclosing a shelf, the base with a pair of conforming doors above a drawer and with carved corbels, on bun feet, 182.7cm high, 145cm wide, 64cm deep. £500-800
135. A Charles II oak coffer, the triple panelled top revealing an open till, the front with a lunette frieze above leaf, flower and whorl lozenges, flanked by strapwork panels, 67cm high, 120cm wide, £400-600 54.2cm deep.
136. An oak panelled back open armchair in 17th century style, the back carved with spirals and scroll motifs around a diamond shape centre, over a solid seat and block and turned front legs united by peripheral stretchers, with a metal trade label, inscribed ‘SIMKIN £200-300 CABINET MAKER & UPHOLSTERER COLCHESTER’.
Furniture, Works of Art & Clocks | Wednesday 3rd July 2019