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Medieval iron bound chest

Medieval iron bound chest

Antique Brown Lined Wood Box Set with Metal Bands

Antique Brown Wood Box Set with Metal Bands

Antique Brown Lined Wood Box Set with Metal Bands

14th century hutch chest from All Saints Church, Graveney, Kent, UK

14th century hutch chest from All Saints Church, Graveney, Kent, UK

Richard de Bury's painted chest English, early 14th century

Richard de Bury's painted chest English, early 14th century

Circa 1400 Medieval German iron bound chest ~ Small Medieval oak chest, clamp front in construction and the iron work consists of flat straps with Fleur de Lys motif and a large butterfly lock plate. 36 1/2" x 21 3/4" x 16"

Circa 1400 Medieval German iron bound chest ~ Small Medieval oak chest, clamp front in construction and the iron work consists of flat straps with Fleur de Lys motif and a large butterfly lock plate. 36 1/2" x 21 3/4" x 16"

Furniture Clearance Sale & Bedding Clearance Sale | Pottery Barn

Furniture Clearance Sale & Bedding Clearance Sale | Pottery Barn

Arts and Craftsman | Medicine Bluff Tiles Love this one...

Arts and Craftsman | Medicine Bluff Tiles Love this one...

Handrails for Stairs

Handrails for Stairs

De Bury Chest overall: 635 mm x 1942 mm x 407 mm Glasgow Museum, no. 14.352 This very rare oak and iron chest, dating from around 1340, has painted decoration on a heraldic theme inside its lid. The decoration consists of four armorial shields flanked by a lion, a dragon, and a hybrid half man/half animal. The armorials relate to two families, D’Aungervile and Nevill, and one for England quartered with France. The chest originally belonged to Richard de Bury, Bishop of Durham from 1334–45, a…

De Bury Chest overall: 635 mm x 1942 mm x 407 mm Glasgow Museum, no. 14.352 This very rare oak and iron chest, dating from around 1340, has painted decoration on a heraldic theme inside its lid. The decoration consists of four armorial shields flanked by a lion, a dragon, and a hybrid half man/half animal. The armorials relate to two families, D’Aungervile and Nevill, and one for England quartered with France. The chest originally belonged to Richard de Bury, Bishop of Durham from 1334–45, a…

A RARE MEDIEVAL OAK AND IRON BOUND CHEST. 14TH/15TH CENTURY.

A RARE MEDIEVAL OAK AND IRON BOUND CHEST. 14TH/15TH CENTURY.

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