A small 18th century English oak coffer with two plank top with reeded edges and clenched ends, panelled front, sides and back, incised carving to the front, candle tray to the interior, raised on stile feet. The front with three inlaid rondels and incised
Antique French 17th century walnut Gothic coffer/sword trunk, carved recessed Gothic arches and central quatrefoil, 174cm long x 67 cm D, south west France Loire Valley area, possibly earlier than quoted, approx 55 cm high, 173 cm wide, 65.5 cm deep
An 18th century oak coffer, of attractive small proportions, the three panelled hinged lid opening to reveal an interior with candle box to one end, the fascia again with three panels each carved with an astragal trellis and with small raised bosses in the
Rare New Zealand 1940 Centennial Exhibition oversize coffer, the front carved with the Centennial insignia to the centre and haehae and pataki notching framed by four tiki figures with paua shell eyes the front carved with a pare form with tiki and manaia,
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