This is an antique, Charles II, coffer dating to c.1680.
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Classic sarcophagus shape influenced by the discoveries of the timernhinged tilt top rises to reveal voluminous sto… Our stock # lfa-1481this is an antique chest dating to the late 17th century.
Our stock # r0696this is an antique mule chest dating to the late georgian period c.1800. Savory & sons - c1850a very pleasing original gold or silver chest presented in good antique conditionrnprovenance to a. Raised on the extended stiles, this chest is of panelled construction held within robust 40mm thick, oak stock displaying c…
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Antique georgian 18th century & later oak coffer and chest of drawers. Antique oak coffer chest - english georgian - c1750a most pleasing coffer chest presented in good antique conditionrnof classic english mid-georgian craftsmanship with field panels and pegged mortice…Recently procured from an estate in norfolk this super chest has a hinged top above three raised and fielded panels. Antique george iii c1770 oak with mahogany crossbanding mule chest coffer blanket box.and the largest collection of gold and silver coins of the fourth and fifth century found anywhere within the Roman Empire.The earliest form of antique blanket chests were otherwise known as antique coffers.There are a wide range of antique mule chests, usually from the Georgian/Regency period, antique bedding boxes normally in pine from the Victorian and Edwardian period, many are upholstered and great decorative pieces.A typical carved frieze surmounts the vertical field panels decorated by the deep carving, typical of the period, displaying geometric form.