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Medieval Furniture

Hacienda Gated Bookcase Display. Pick up 20 or so of these for a nice medieval library feel. only you know like $3000 each...smh

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2011 September – Research board – Tudor period

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Medieval bucket from Castell y Bere, Llanfihangel-y-Pennant, 13th century. This item comes from: National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 53.123/4). http://education.gtj.org.uk/en/item1/25922

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A rare late medieval oak misericord chair late 15th/early 16th century, Argyll, West Highlands The arched back within moulded downswept arms carved with a skeletal figure and a musician with a hat and cloak playing a pipe, enclosing a folding seat with foliate misericord boss to the underside, on square section legs with rope moulding to the front united by stretchers 84.5cm wide x 50cm deep x 92cm high, (33" wide x 19.5" deep x 36" high)

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Tudor aumbry cupboard in oak. In the Middle Ages an aumbry was a cabinet in the wall of a Christian church or in the sacristy which was used to store chalices and other vessels, as well as for the reserved sacrament.

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A rare late 14th century oak clamp front chest, with butterfly lockplate and chain and link strap hinges,with til inside, in perfect condition.See ( Die gotischen Truhen der Luneburger Heideloster ) book for identical examples dating to the 1390’s and with similar hinges and lockplates.

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Emperor Chair. Constructed in solid oak. Hand made in the French 13th Century style. This chair features a horsehair padded leather seat in original hand tooled 17th Century leather showing the queues d'hermine.

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Small Medieval oak ironbound chest, clamp front in construction and the iron work consists of flat straps with fleur-de-lys motifs and a large butterfly lock plate. Origin: Germany Date: Circa 1400 Dimensions (inches): Width 36 1/2 x Height 21 3/4 x Depth 16

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The elm boarded stool from the Mary Rose. The standing panels are slightly notched to accomodate the side boards. These are nailed to the uprights. Image scanned from 'Chapter 9 Plain and Functional: Furniture on the Mary Rose' by V. Chinnery in 'Before the mast: life and death aboard the Mary Rose'.

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Gilded silver hourglass, circa 1506. National Museum, Nuremberg, Germany. The Bridgeman Art Library.

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The Blakar chair. Notice the lower part of the right hind leg is replaced. A 13th century chest chair.

Gothic Freestanding Cabinet

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17th Century Bed, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Silk damask in dip dyed blue, used for hangings on a late 17th Century English Bed. www.humphriesweaving.co.uk

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