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Description

Lot 995

Wednesday 02 Oct, 2019 - 10.00am

On instructions from Rochester Lodge No. 3494 - Removed from St. George Hotel, Chatham, Kent
An early 20th Century oak suite of Masonic lodge furniture by Spencer & Co, London, comprising - three high back armchairs with shaped and carved crestings and turned finials, the seats, backs and armpads upholstered in blue dralon, the scroll arms with leaf cappings, on turned front supports, comprising - the Worshipful Master's chair, the shaped back carved with a square and with turned and fluted uprights with Doric capitals, the Wardens' chairs, the shaped crest rails carved with level and plumb rule, one with Ionic columns, the other with Corinthian columns, a suite of three panelled oak pedestals, each with columns to front, in different orders of architecture and with applied brass square, level and plumb rule fixed to fronts, suite all 24ins square, Master's pedestal 37ins high, Warden's pedestal 36ins high, all on plinth bases, a set of three standard candlesticks on suite with gilt brass sconces and capitals, on square stepped bases, 60ins high, and two kneeling stools, one on turned supports, the other with arcaded frieze on square tapered legs

Estimate £2,500 - 4,000

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป