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A 17th or early 18th century Oak 6-plank Chest with 5 faux octagonal panels to the front, curiously not all of the same dimensions giving a lovely, quirky country look. The front and sides of the chest still have a covering of ancient "ox-blood" colour with a good texture to the finish. The interior is divided into 4 with more substantial oak boards, giving the chest a very heavy construction throughout its considerable size. The floor has been damaged by water or damp over the years but is still serviceable. A few new pieces of oak have been used to both strengthen the lid and lift it slightly from the floor. There is an old lock but no key or hasp. Dimensions :- 1700mm x 480mm x 480mm 67" x 19" x 19"
Price £675.00 €756.41 $880.67
A good 17th /18th century four panel oak coffer ,attractively carved .140cms x54cms x63cms
Price £485.00 €543.49 $632.78
Large pine sea chest with original lifting handles and iron corner straps as well as a working lock with key.
Price £240 €268.94 $313.13
This oak mule chest, from around 1750 or a little before, is of unusually attractive design and with its rectangular mitred mouldings could equally well fit in with contemporary or antique furnishings. Although commodious, with two drawers under the main storage compartment as well as a candle box in the latter, it is is compact at a little under 4ft 6ins long.
Price £745 €834.85 $972.00