Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson
Furniture and furnishings by Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson of Kilburn, North Yorkshire - one of the most popular items sold at Tennants. Thompson designed and made…
Mouseman: A Robert Thompson English Oak Hall Stand, with penny moulded top above a panelled back inset with a mirror surrounded by chip carving, six pegs, the base fitted with two open stick compartments, lift-up seat, panelled front, on two octagonal front feet, with carved mouse signature, 117cm wide, 40cm deep, 197.5cm high See illustration
A 1930's Robert "Mouseman " Thompson Panelled Burr Oak Floor Standing Corner Cupboard, with open upper section, carved with the initial G and recessed mouse motif to each corner, fitted with two adjustable shelves, the lower section with single door opening to reveal two adjustable shelves, hand beaten wrought-iron hinges and lock plate, 78cm by 41cm, 194cm high
A Robert "Mouseman " Thompson English Oak Monk's Chair, circa 1930's, with curved back and shaped arms, each side carved with the devil showing his protruding tongue and a village idiot, over three griddle panels, the centre griddle with a shield carved with the coat of arms of the city of York, leather seat, on four octagonal legs joined by a cross stretcher, marked with a carved protruding mouse signnature, 79.5cm Provenance: St. Chad's Church, York.
Robert "Mouseman" Thompson Boardroom Panelling, 1934 and 1963 (Removed from Otto House, Bradford) A Door Surround, with castellated top, carved with 1934/GEORGE AND MARY WERE REIGNING, 7' ½" (215cm ) high, 3' 8" (112cm) wide; enclosing A Panelled Door, with two carved repeating panels, fitted with wrought iron handle, latch and three hinges, 6' 8" (203cm) high, 3'1" (94cm) wide; Panelling, thirteen various lengths, all with castellated top and repeating carved panels (excluding fireplace and d