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Stock ref: DS1819

Circa 1980s/90s

A superb example of the Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Oak Pin Dish which has only ever been used as a display piece and  presents in a warm medium fumed honey colour.

Rarer to the market than the similar sized mouseman ashtrays.

Size: 10.3(w) x 7.7(d) x 3.8(h)cm

£ 139

Stock ref: DS1793

Circa 1950s/early 60s

A superb earlier made example of the popular Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Octagonal Coffee Table with a beautifully grained single plank  adzed top supported by an adzed cruciform pedestal leg  and four crossed feet. Later, more modern examples are only adzed to the table top.  Carefully cleaned and wax polished to remove  minor ring stains in the top it was medium fumed from new  and now presents with a wonderfully rich natural aged colour with a wonderful mouse carved in high relief to one leg.

Size: 51(dia) x 47(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS1791

Circa 1940s/50s

A beautifully patinated Horseshoe Pin Tray from the Kilburn workshops of Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson handcrafted around a worn used horseshoe. Excellent mouse carving and colour.

Size: 12.5(w) x 12.5(d) x 4.5(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS1795

Circa 1940s

A superb example of the sought after early Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Fruitbowl, 9 1/2" diameter, subtly adzed and tooled all over with a trademark mouse carved to the outer side of the bowl.

Presents in excellent condition with no losses and a  nutty brown colour.

Size: 24(dia) x 6.8(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS1792

Circa 1940s / early 50s

A superb example of the earlier made Mouseman  stool with the prized and sought after characterful curved burr  oak seat. The rectangular seat above four carved and detailed legs, one of which is carved with the trademark mouse,  joined by stretchers.  Extensively adzed to all parts of the framework of the stool, in line with earlier Mouseman craftsmanship It presents in excellent waxed condition with no loose  frame joints or  losses  to the burr seat and a rich warm naturally aged  medium fumed colour.

Size: 40.(w) x 28(d) x 38(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS1805

Circa 1960

 

A superb vintage example of  a Robert Mouseman Thompson Monks Chair, first made for Ampleforth College in the 1920s  and an iconic and popular  item in  Robert Thompson's portfolio to this day.  Monks Chairs are large and comfortable  with a  large curved back with shaped arms supporting,  cow hide leather seat, carved lattice panels and four carved octagonal legs joined by a cross stretcher. 

It presents in a excellent condition following a gentle clean and re-wax in our workshop with adzed legs, solid joints all round and no losses. It retains its original cow hide seat, which, considering it's age has remarkably little staining and wear, the whole piece presenting with a rich naturally aged colour and patina.  

Size: 61(w) x 59(d) x 80(h)cm

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Stock ref: DS1771

Circa 1950s

A Robert  'Mouseman' Thompson Oak Fire Screen of rectangular form on sledge feet with a pierced handle, carved finial side posts and a very fine trademark mouse carved in high relief to the top edge. An inset wool tapestry below depicting  leaves, fruits and flowers set behind a glazed pane with oak rear panelling. Superb condition with no damage or faults and a rich deep colour to the wooden frame.

Size: 48.5(w) x 25.5(d) x 83(h)cm

£ 820

Stock ref: DS1783

Circa 1970s/80s

An excellent matched pair of the recently discontinued 2" oak Napkin Ring from Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson. Excellent condition and rich medium fumed and waxed colour.

Size: 5cm(h)

£ 120 pair

Stock ref: DS1770

Circa late1930s/early 40s

A superb example of the rare  to market early 18"  oak stool. Significantly larger in width, depth and height than the standard lattice woven stool it also features its original and wonderfully patinated full cow hide seat stretched over the top frame.  The  four leg stool presents in excellent solid condition, is extensively adzed all over, darker fumed from new and with a finely carved mouse running up one leg.

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Size: 42(w) x 35(d) x 48.8(h)cm

Stock ref: DS1769

Circa 1920s

A vey unusual and bespoke made large carved oak  Fire Brush featuring a detailed carved grinning face, as occasionally seen on some early bespoke bookends and monks chairs. Unmarked, which was not unusual in the 1920s prior to the trademark registering of the mouse carving in 1931,  but originally from the Riddihough Estate, Farnhill hall, Skipton and believed to have been supplied by Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson in the 1920s when he furnished and panelled the dining room. A  near identical Fire Brush  from the same estate, albeit with a grimacing carved face, was sold by Hartleys, Ilkley in June 2016.

Excellent condition and a deep brown colour, with a  brass ring hanger to the rear.

A rare and unique piece for discerning mouseman collectors.

Size: 57(l) x 27(w) x 3.2(d)cm

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