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
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)
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.
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.
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.
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
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'.