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1. A pair of Charles I oak joint stools attributed to Salisbury, each with a seat with a moulded edge above a chain carved and moulded frieze, on slender baluster and ring turned legs united by peripheral stretchers, 55.4cm high, 45cm wide, 26.6cm deep. (2) ÂŁ2,000-3,000 Provenance: The estate of the late John F. Braund. For similar joint stools attributed to Salisbury see Victor Chinnery, Oak Furniture: The British Tradition (2016), p. 407, fig.4:62 and p.505.
2. A rare mid-17th century yew joint stool, the seat with a moulded edge, above a plain frieze, on ring turned column legs united by peripheral stretchers, 49cm high, 40cm wide, 26cm deep. ÂŁ1,500-2,000 Provenance: The estate of the late John F. Braund.
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