These beautiful Georgian, solid English Oak wood blocks are all unique, made with 220 year old wood from a reclaimed Georgian Settle.
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.