Last of only two, slightly thicker, freestanding blocks, than the other Georgian pieces. These beautiful Georgian, solid English Oak wood blocks are all unique, made with 220 year old wood from a reclaimed Georgian Settle with original patina kept on the reverse.
An auctioneer two years ago said “it is a George III piece made around 1800, and with the fielded panels in the back, almost certainly made in the North West”
The wood is ‘figured oak’, a most prestigious cut, from the very centre of the tree.
All finished with Danish oil, showcasing the uniqueness of each piece.
A third of sale of the block helps to support and sustain the work of Chapel-in-the-Fields. A charity that works to help folk with mental health vulnerabilities using space, beautiful surroundings and carpentry skills.
Each piece is unique and will differ slightly from the photo above.