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Mural Livery Cupboard 

English, 1600-1630

Mural livery cupboard to hold the bread, cheese and beer ("livery") that was given to each member of the household for supper and breakfast. The cupboard was pierced to keep the livery fresh and was hung on the wall out of reach of rats and mice.

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xh579

 

Early Pewter Plate 

English, c.1700

by Thomas Cave, Bristol and Chipping Norton, 1684-1734. His mark, TC, is the first of the "hall marks." Owner's initials "TI" on rim.

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vd521

 

Heemskirk Candlestick 

Dutch, 1650-80

A nice example of a form that was very popular in the period. Nothing exceptional about it, but nothing wrong either. We don't have to apologize for being typical!

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xb841

 

Pair of Faience Dishes 

French, early 18th c.

Folky freehand painting at its most charming. Label on back: Sothebys London June 5 1990

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wi106

 

Small Boarded and Carved Coffer 

English, c.1650

Charming six-board coffer with just the right proportions between plain and carved on the front -- notice the subtle scratch and chip decoration down each side. The top with good thumbnail molding, echoed on the lid of the till inside. Rich old color, good graining and all ready to go!

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xd154

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