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This month we are again featuring some fine examples of vernacular furniture and brass objects.

The brass log bin illustrated below is one of the largest examples we have ever seen. It is probably Dutch and is decorated to one side with a faux coat of arms.

The oak tripod table is a particularly good example of colour and patina.

A George II period oak dresser base.

A George II period oak dresser base.

1740

Height: 33.5"

Depth: 23.5"

Width: 80"

Having a fielded panelled central door with banks of four ovolo moulded graduated drawers to either side; the corners with inset quarter columns and having fielded panel ends, raised on stile feet.

The inset quarter columns suggest that the dresser is of North Country manufacture and due to its unusually large size it offers plenty of storage.

Ref: 1793

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An exceptionally large 19th Century brass Dutch log bin.

An exceptionally large 19th Century brass Dutch log bin.

1890

Height: 29.5"

Diameter: 35"

The Urn shaped body decorated with a mythical coat of arms to one side and with a Dutch farming couple on the reverse, with characterful lion mask ring handles to the sides, and raised on three legs terminating in lion paw feet.

Ref: 2093

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A Regency oak tripod table.

A Regency oak tripod table.

1810

Height: 27.5" (69.75cm)

Diameter: 16.25" (41.25cm)

A good Regency period oak tripod table; the octagonal top above a baluster turned stem and standing on 3 splayed legs, retaining a good colour and patina.

Ref: 1169

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A pair of Georgian candlesticks.

A pair of Georgian candlesticks.

1780

Height: 9.75" (24.75cm)

Depth: 3.25" (8.25cm)

Width: 3.25" (8.25cm)

An elegant pair of George III period bell metal candlesticks.

Ref: 1090



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