A rare and good Charles I joined oak six-leg refectory table, circa 1640
Lot 155TP
A rare and good Charles I joined oak six-leg refectory table, circa 1640
Sold for £50,000 (US$ 63,623) inc. premium

The Oak Interior

15 Mar 2017, 11:00 GMT

London, New Bond Street

Lot Details
A rare and good Charles I joined oak six-leg refectory table, circa 1640 A rare and good Charles I joined oak six-leg refectory table, circa 1640 A rare and good Charles I joined oak six-leg refectory table, circa 1640 A rare and good Charles I joined oak six-leg refectory table, circa 1640
A rare and good Charles I joined oak six-leg refectory table, circa 1640
With an impressive three-plank and end-cleated top, the front and side frieze rails linear-carved with scrolling flora and with spiral and scroll-carved spandrels, the rear frieze rail with simple run-moulding and plain spandrels, raised on six inverted baluster-turned legs joined by run-moulded stretchers all round, 311cm wide x 83cm deep x 84.5cm high, (122in wide x 32 1/2in deep x 33in high)

Footnotes

  • Provenance:
    - Little Wolford Manor, Warwickshire. The Cyril Bradshaw Collection.
    - Thence H. W. Keil Ltd., Broadway, Worcestershire.
    - Thence John Fardon Collection, from December 1957, given as a 21st Birthday present. Sold Sotheby's, 'Property from the Late John Fardon', London, April 2013, Lot 356.

    Illustrated:
    The Antique Collector, April 1957. Little Wolford Manor is extensively discussed and illustrated, with the table photographed twice in The Great Hall and described on p. 48.
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