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Stock ref: DS2135

Circa 1970s

A wonderful example of a Yorkshire Oak Longcase Clock made by former 'Mouseman' craftsman Sid Pollard of Bagby, near Thirsk. The oak cabinet fitted with an 8 day  twin weight and pendulum driven German  Kieninger movement  with brass face, silvered chapter ring with roman numerals  and a Galleon in full sail pictured above. The movement  is currently being fully serviced by our local professional horologist.

Wonderful condition with a medium fumed and clear waxed natural aged colour to the clock cabinet.

As is typical of Sid's work it is unmarked, he preferred to let his carftsmanship speak for itself.

Size: 36(w) x 20.5(d) x 196(h)cm

£ 1650  Reserved

Stock ref: DS1916

Circa 1960s

An excellent example of the popular Nest of 3 Oak Occasional Tables from the renowned ex Mouseman  and 'Yorkshire Critters' craftsman Sid Pollard.  The largest table of typical rectangular form standing on 4 octagonally carved legs, joined by stretchers. Underneath are 2 identically sized smaller tables of nearlly square proportions, also standing on 4 carved legs joined by stretchers. As is typical of Sid's solo work and unique amongst the 'Yorkshire Critters,' his work is unmarked, he preferred to let his craftsmanship speak for itself.

Excellent cleaned and rewaxed condition, medium fumed colour.

Size: Lge 67.5(w) x 36(d) x 46.3(h)cm, Sml 28.8(w) x 30.5(d) x 37.5(h)cm

£ 695

 

Stock ref: DS2136

Circa 1950s

An excellent example of an earlier made oak Sideboard from the ex mouseman craftsman Sid Pollard of Bagby, near Thirsk. Of rectangular form  with two large cupboards to the side and a central bank of drawers, the top two being lined for cutlery. Panelled and adzed all over with traditional wrought iron fittings.

Photographed  in 'as acquired' waxed condition, in a rich aged and darker medium fume, excellent interior having been protected with lining paper.

Size: 154(w) x 47(d) x 82(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS2042

Circa 1960s/70s

A  rare bespoke commissioned  large 8 branch solid English Oak Circular Ceiling Chandelier from the renowned ex Mouseman  and 'Yorkshire Critters' craftsman Sid Pollard, the carved arms radiating out from a central octagonal boss to earthed  brass bayonet bulb holders which face downwards. All the modern earthed wiring looks to be in place ready to wire back into place, but it is supplied untested. As is typical of Sid's solo work,and unique amongst the 'Yorkshire Critters,' his work is unmarked, he preferred to let his craftsmanship speak for itself.

Excellent condition structurally, medium oak colour.

Size:  68(dia) x 23.5(h) excl brass bulb holders)

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Stock ref: DS1992

Circa 1960

A superb example of a solid English Oak Corner Display Cabinet by the ex mouseman 'Yorkshire Critters' craftsman Sid Pollard. Adzed to all the visible framework and panels with two fixed wooden open shelves to the upper section, a panelled door below with tradutional wrought iron fittings and two internal fitted wooden shelves, standing on four octagonally carved block feet. As is typical of Sid's work, and in contrast to all the other known craftsmen, it is unmarked. His philosophy was to let his craftsmanship speak for itself and his work is now sought after by collectors.

It presents in excellent condition with a naturally aged rich deep medium fumed colour.

Size: 76.5(w) x 50.5(d) x 165(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS2011

Circa 1940s/50s

An excellent pair of  panel backed  and dowel pinned solid oak chairs from the renowned ex mouseman craftsman Sid Pollard,  re-upholstered in the recent past with  thick cow hide stretched over the seat frame and pinned to the underside. Both chairs have solid frame  joints and present with excellent aged colour and patina. As is common with  Sid's work the chairs are unmarked, of all the Yorkshire Critters craftsmen he did not adopt a 'Critter' carving, preferring to let his craftsmanship speak for itself.

Size: 41.5(w) x 45.5(d) x 85.5(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS1967

Circa 1950

A superb  large Oak  Stool with woven leather seating from the renowned  early ex mouseman and 'Yorkshire Critters'  craftsman Sid Pollard. Rectangular form, standing on 4 octagonally carved legs joined by stretchers., original leather strapped seat.

Rich darker fumed colour, excellent condition with no loose joints to the stool framework.

Size: 39 (w) x 31(d) x 43(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS1808

Circa late 1960s/early 70s

A superb example of a Sid Pollard leather seated oak stool. Four turned  carved legs are joined by stretchers, all sound and tight, the framework cleaned and re-waxed in our workshop.  Retains it's original aniline cow hide held in place by brass upholstery studs, which  has a lovely patina and we've fed with an appropriate hide conditioner. As is typical of his work it is unmarked, he always preferred to let his craftsmanship speak for itself. Together with his elder brother he was one of Robert Thompson's early trained craftsmen and his carving and carpentry skill is distinctive to those who know and appreciate his work.

Shown photographed next to a slightly larger Sid Pollard dressing stool of the same age and original ownership which we also have for sale (see DS1807)

Size: 34.5(w) x 27(d) x 39.5(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS1809

Circa 1970

An excellent example of a Dropleaf Occasional Coffee / Side Table by ex mouseman craftsman Sid Pollard of Bagby, near Thirsk.  Features an adzed folding circular table top which is dowelled to the rectangular tapered leg framework, the four legs joined by stretchers. Excellent condition and medium colour.

As is typical of his work it is unmarked, he always preferred to let his craftsmanship speak for itself. Together with his elder brother Richard (Dick) he was one of Robert Thompson's early trained craftsmen and his carving and carpentry skill is distinctive to those who know and appreciate his work.

Size: 61.5(w folded / dia extended) x 33.5(d) x 49(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS1807

Circa 1960s/early 70s

A superb example of a Sid Pollard leather seated oak dressing stool. Four turned  carved legs are joined by stretchers, all sound and tight, the framework cleaned and re-waxed in our workshop.  Retains it's original aniline cow hide seat which has a lovely patina and we've fed with an appropriate hide conditioner, held in place by antiqued brass upholstery studs. As is typical of his work it is unmarked, he always preferred to let his craftsmanship speak for itself. Together with his elder brother he was one of Robert Thompson's early trained craftsmen and his carving and carpentry skill is distinctive to those who know and appreciate his work.

Shown photographed next to a slightly smaller Sid Pollard stool of the same age and original ownership which we also have for sale (see DS1808)

Size: 39(w) x 31(d) x44.5(h)cm

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