Chapel Furniture & Musical instruments

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Prie Dieu
painted Prie Dieu
table lectern
lectern
pulpit

M22
Prie Dieu
Mediaeval onwards, carved, with a kneeler, for use in chapels or for private devotions in bedrooms.

£70

M23
Painted Prie Dieu
Not actually painted, but printed, with hand gilding. For chapels or for personal use

£25

M31
Table Lectern
Mediaeva,l for private study.

£45

M24
Lectern
With gilding. For use in churches or private chapels.

£50

M20
Pulpit
For church or chapel, with two steps, and eagle lectern

£150

bench pews
panelled pew

M26
Pair of Bench Pews
The ends are carved with the motifs of the four Evangelists:
Lion(Mark), Bull(Luke), Eagle(Matthew), Angel(John)

£60

M21
Panelled Pew
For church or private chapel

£80

Music

recorders
shawm
fiddle
Rebec
psaltery
harp

C1
Set of 3 recorders
16th and 17th century. Played by Samuel Pepys

£25

C2
Shawm
A reeded ancestor of the oboe

£10

C3
Fiddle
A Mediaeval version

£30

C4
Rebec
A small Mediaeval bowed instrument

£30

C8
Psaltery
A Mediaeval plucked instrument

£35

C9
Harp
A small Mediaeval version

£35

crwth
lute
bagpipes
virginals

C5
Crwth
bowed lyre, common in Wales from the Middle Ages

£35

C6
Lute
16th and 17th centuries. The best known courtly instrument, played by lords and ladies as well as minstrels

£50

C7
Bagpipes
A Mediaeval version with a single drone pipe

£30

C10
Virginals
A forerunner of the piano, played by Elizabeth I. The instrument is a box that can be carried easily, and opened to be played on a table.

without table £120
with table £160

 

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