Price

£5850.00

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A good Charles I oak and marquetry inlaid coffer, Leeds area, Yorkshire, circa 1640.

Distinctly Elizabethan in character, typical of a certain workshop genre located within the prosperous 17th century city of Leeds and its environs. Having a quadruple-panelled hinged lid, and three front panels each inlaid with a variety of plants issuing from a small hummock, the central panel also with twin birds, good original spandrels and twin panelled sides.

For similar examples of mid-17th century inlaid furniture attributed to Yorkshire see the Shibden Hall Collection, Halifax, West Yorkshire.

Dimensions

Height 80.5cm, Width 147.5cm, Depth 52.5cm

Price

£5850.00

Condition report

Available upon request.

Stock number

3057
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