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A good run of Jacobean oak panelling,
some panels 17th Century, the majority of the rest probably 19th Century, originally installed in an oak-framed farmhouse in Suffolk, the house dis-assembled in the 20th Century and re-built in Sussex, ON RESERVE
the panelling comprising a field of recessed rectangles, the styles reed-moulded, the noggins stop-chamfered; peg-jointed into panels of differing widths,
This consignment gives a clean 10metre run of panelling at 2.47m high of the eight principle panels - or more if associated subsidiary panels are utilised.