Stock ref: DS1739

Circa late 1980s

A bespoke made  solid oak Plant / Display Stand from the former Mouseman craftsman David Langstaff who established his own Oak Leaf Furniture business in Easingwold in 1986.  Of pedestal form with a large domed octagonal base bearing his trademark oakleaf carving, supporting a central carved pedestal  which is dowel jointed  to an octagonal top display shelf. Originally commissioned as a gift there is trace of a small presentation plaque to the lower section of the pedestal but it's been removed and the small screw holes filled and blended into the wood. It presents in a lovely medium oak finish.

Size: 28(dia base) x 129(h)cm.  Top is 23.5(dia)cm

£ 175, previously £ 225

Stock ref: DS2005

Circa late 1980s/90s

A superb display use only example of a rare to market  solid oak Ashtray from the ex mouseman craftsman David 'Oakleafman' Langstaff, carved with his distinctive oakleaf signature besides the ashbowl. Excellent condition and lighter golden honey oak colour.

Size: 10(w) x 7.5(d) x 2.3(h)cm


Stock ref: DS1338

Circa late 1980s

A superb matched pair of  bedside  or side cabinets by ex Mouseman craftsman 'Oakleafman' David Langstaff.  Solid oak panelling throughout with typical adzing to the top and door panels.  David's trademark oakleaf is carved into the tops of each cabinet. Made as a matched pair, one door is hinged to the left the other to the right. The cabinet interiors are in pristine condition and feature 3 removeable and fully height adjustable oak shelves. Finished in a wonderful waxed golden honey colour. The only evidence of usage by the original Easingwold owners is some minor drip staining to the rear panels on one of the cabinets which is shown in the image gallery below.

David worked at Robert Thompson's from 1965 before setting up Oak Leaf Furniture in 1986 in Easingwold.

Size: 45.5(w) x 29.5(d) x 69(h) cm each.

With prices  for bedside cabinets from David and similar Yorkshire craftsmen now £ 850 - £ 900 each and the Mouseman cabinet currently £ 1,855  these are very attractively priced at:


Stock ref: DS1186

Circa late 1980s

Lovely letter rack by  the ex Mouseman craftsman David Langstaff who has been working independently in Easingwold since 1986. Crafted  and hand tooled from a single block of  high quality quater sawn oak  which highlights the golden medullary rays in the oak with adzing all over except the base. Even the cut-out for the letters is hand tooled and his trademark oakleaf is carved in relief to the  front. In perfect condition with no damage or water splashing and a lovely warm mellow honey colour.

Size: 15 cm(w) x 3.7(d) x 7.5(h)

Great value at:


Stock ref: DS1047

Circa mid '80's

In excellent condition, complete with original catalogue price list, confirming this to be one of the earliest made after David left Robert Thompson’s and set up on his own. Features a detachable delft rack with half penny moulded cornice and shaped adzed sides enclosing 2 shelves and a panelled back. The lower sideboard with 2 drawers,1 baize lined for cutlery, over 2 quadruple panelled doors and an inner shelf. Panelled sides and back, turned faceted legs, wrought iron fittings. Adzed top with inscribed oakleaf trademark.

Size: 122(w) x 46(d) x 183(h) cm

Wonderful colour and condition. A new piece would cost approx £4,000 from similar ‘ Yorkshire Critter’ craftsmen and £ 6250 from R. Thompson’s, making this superb value.