Lot 214 (Garden and Natural History Sealed Bid Auction, 12th June 2019)
Garden Buildings: A wooden shepherds hut made by Red Sky, Norfolk in 2010
the wooden superstructure on oak frame with iron bounded wooden wheels, the interior with barrel vaulted ceiling, two single beds with fitted cupboards underneath, hinged part glazed double doors and windows at either end
367cm high by 440cm long by 235cm wide excluding iron hitching bar
From the Victorian period through to the 1950’s shepherd huts were used extensively on sheep farms throughout the country and were moved around the higher pastures during the summer months.
In recent years they have become popular and modern example made to be used as an outdoor study or spare bedroom as in this instance. Made in 2010 by Red Sky, this hut, called Betty, has been built to the highest standard.
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