Stock ref: DS2466 / DS2467

Circa 1990s

An excellent pair of solid oak Double Wall Lights by the ex Mouseman (1954-66) craftsman Albert Jeffray who retired in 2005. Brass earthed bulb holders and modern 3 core earthed wiring. Each incised with his signature eagle carving and with wall fixing bracket to the rear.

Excellent condition and colour, re-waxed in our workshop.

Offered individually or as a pair

Size 30(w) x 14.5(d) x 15(h)cm

£ 190 Pair, £ 110 each

Stock ref: DS2749

Circa 1970s/80s

An excellent solid english oak Magazine Rack from the Acorn Industries workshop of Alan ‘Acornman’ Grainger. Features tapered and shaped ends with slatted sides, carry handle and a trademark acorn carved in low relief to one end.

It presents in wonderful condition.

Examples seem to vary in size considerably, this is one of the largest we’ve had.

Size: 50(w) x 29.5(d) x 44(h)cm

£ 335, previously £ 360

Stock ref: DS2820

Circa 1980s

An excellent example of a pair of solid oak Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson Bookends. Adzed tooling to all visible surfaces with large signature mice carved to each front sloped facet.

Excellent condition and waxed colour.

Size: 9.5(w) x 9.5(d) x 15(h)cm

£ 495

Stock ref: DS2589

Circa 1960s/70s

An excellent example of a solid oak Ashtray from the Acorn Industries workshop of  Alan ‘Acornman’ Grainger of Brandsby.

Excellent condition, display use only, no faults of losses and a rich colour.

Size: 10(w) x 7.8(d) x 2.5(h)cm

£ 130

Stock ref: DS2812

Circa 1970s

An excellent unusually sized 7 5/8″ diameter small bowl from Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson. Adzed inner bowl with smooth outer side, a signature mouse carved to the centre of the bowl and baize lined to the base.

Excellent condition and colour.

Size: 19.5(dia) x 5.3(h)cm

£ 445

Stock ref: DS2376

Circa late 1990s

An excellent  oak and leather seated  Dressing Stool by the ‘Yorkshire Critters’ craftsman Phil Langstaff of Carthouse Furniture.  Of typical  design with  deep green leather seat, held in place with upholstery pins. Phil’s cartwheel signature centrally placed on one  stretcher. 

Excellent condition , warm medium oak finish. The leather has been cleaned and conditioned and retains some slight colour scuffing from usage.

Carthouse  Furniture was founded in 1995 by Phil Langstaff, a relative of David ‘Oakleafman’ Langstaff. They moved to their current premises at Glebe Farm, Carleton Minniott near Thirsk in 2003 where they continue to produce handcrafted hardwood furniture, mostly in oak.

Size: 36(w) x 28.5(d) x 42 (h)cm

Priced to sell quickly.

£ 160 23/1/23, previously £ 199

Stock ref: DS2807

Circa 1970s/80s

An excellent solid oak panelled Workbox by Robert Mouseman Thompson  with adzed hinged lid, revealing a storage compartment for craft or other home storage. A pull out compartmentalised drawer below, supported on four octagonally carved baluster legs, a signature mouse carved in high relief to one front leg.

Excellent condition and medium fumed colour.

Size: 50.5(w) x 32.5(d) x 60.5(h)cm

£ 1,995 Reserved

Stock ref: DS2614

Circa 1980s

Excellent bespoke commissioned  solid oak cartwheel designed six light ceiling chandelier with carved ceilingrose and traditional wrought iron hanging chains from the Acorn Industries trained Derek ‘Lizardman’ Slater of Crayke, near Easingwold.

Carefully cleaned and waxed, new drip sconces and the wiring checked for electrical continuity. BC22 bulb holders.

Size: 50.5(dia) x 7(h, cartwheel), max drop from ceiling rose and chains 53cm

£ 375

Stock ref: DS2258

Circa 1980s

An excellent 12 ½” circular turned oak Bowl from ex mouseman craftsman Lyndon ‘Catandmouseman’ Hammell of Harmby, Nr Leyburn.  Carved from a solid block of English oak it presents  with  a golden oak  colour and waxed condition. Lyndon’s carved signature is carved is incised to the outer side of the bowl. Lyndon died in 2015.

Size: 32(dia) x 7(h)cm

£ 165