Very fine Gothic Revival lectern, with beautiful original polychrome decoration, in cast and wrought iron, with brass mounts, in the style of G. Very fine walnut 'Thebes' stool by Liberty and Co, with thonged leather seat. Very fine oak library table, in the style of A.
Pugin, Gothic Revival style, with beautiful colour top, bun feet replaced. Very good quality English walnut refectory dining table, in the Arts and Crafts style, in the manner of W. Oak folding chair, by Gillows, and designed by Bruce Talbert, as featured in the International Exhibition.
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These are the finest and earliest pair I have ever handled. An identical table is in Strawberry Hill. Unusual architects sketching table, with angled mirror to reflect, in oak. The adjustable top has brass ratcheted supports.
This is possibly designed by Philip Webb. Petite walnut side table, in the Cotswold Style, with chip carved detail, possibly by Peter Waals. Beautiful and high quality box, set with ebony and mother of pearl, possibly Glasgow School. Large oak hanging shelves, in the Aesthetic Movement style, possibly designed by Henry W. Rare set of 12 Gothic Revival dining chairs, in oak, after a design by A. A fine pair of ebonised Aesthetic Movement chairs after a design by E.
Fine walnut occasional table, after a design by E. Godwin, possibly by Collinson and Lock. Finest quality rosewood table, with drawer, with incised gilt highlights, inlaid with boxwood, pearwood and ebony, by Herter Brothers. A pair oak chairs, with ebony spindles, designed by E. Godwin and probably made by William Watt. Good quality ebonised floor standing corner cupboard, probably designed by Bruce Talbert, and made by Gillow of Lancaster.
Reformed Gothic bookcase in oak, with walnut and ebony inlay, 2 door base with glazed cabinet top, in the style of J. Fine quality mahogany occasional table, with boxwood and ebony inlay, probably by Shapland and Petter of Barnstable. Reformed gothic ebonised open bookcase with adjustable shelves, one end plain.
Very fine walnut aesthetic movement table, with original velvet top, possibly by Collinson and Lock. Fine and rare ebonised, gilt stencilled and painted corner cabinet by Cox, probably designed by John Moyr Smith. The painted panel is entitled 'She Smiles' and is signed Moyr Smith. Excellent quality English walnut Aesthetic Movement side chair, probably designed by Colcutt.
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Pair of walnut and ebonised chairs, probably Gillows, designed by Bruce Talbert. Interesting ebonised chair with gilt incised details, possibly from the studio of Christopher Dresser. This chair is from the collection of Ray Watkinson. Pair of very good quality oak bookshelves, with velvet panels at the head. Pair of oak reclining armchairs, by Heal's of London, with magazine racks built into the sides.
Walnut Aesthetic Movement chair, with caned seat, in the style of E.
Oak circular dining or centre table by The Guild of St. Joseph and St. This table was removed from the house of Pepler on Ditchling Common, and was designed and made by him.
Very rare and unusual Aesthetic Movement chair in walnut, designed by Christopher Dresser. Very rare and intricate Aesthetic Movement chair, in the style of Lockwood de Forest. Interesting Aesthetic Movement cabinet, ebonised with gilt incised decoration, possibly designed by Christopher Dresser. Oak arts and crafts dining table, with additional leaf, and original winding handle.
This table is of first class quality, with beautiful quarter sawn oak table top. Beautiful oak towel rail, in the Cotswold style, possibly designed by Ernest Gimson. Arts and Crafts single bed, in chestnut.
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This has the most severe arts and crafts design I have ever seen, possibly from the workshops of the Guild of Handicraft, and has a beautiful colour and patina. Beautiful walnut desk cabinet, with fitted drawers and inkwells, by Arthur Simpson of Kendal, with hand-made handles by Rathbone. Unique collection of 70 linen fold oak panels designed by A. Pugin for the Houses of Parliament, various sizes. Very large aesthetic movement clock with ebonised case, with ceramic panels designed by Lewis F.
Day, with registration diamond 22nd February Oak coal box, with brass fittings and red laquer roundels, made by Benham and Froud and attributed to Christopher Dresser lacks shovel. A rare set of 6 walnut Aesthetic Movement chairs, attributed to E. Godwin, probably made by William Watt or James Peddle. English walnut cupboard with lacewood interior, made by Arthur Reynolds, student of Stanley Davis.
Oak chest of drawers, with cedar lined drawers, and bog oak handles, made August 28th Oak compactum, with mahogany interior slides, designed and made by Maurice Adams. Aesthetic Movement plant stand, in walnut, possibly designed by E. Gypsy table by Gillows, to a design by Bruce Talbert, with later fabric cover top.
Pair of oak children's chaors with rush seats, by Heal's of London, after a design by Baillie Scott. Unusual oak arts and crafts table, with ebony and boxwood inlay, with retailers label, Allen and Appleyard, Artistic Furnishers. Exceptionally comfortable and large oak arts and crafts armchair, with rosette carving to the top rail.
This chair can be upholstered in any of our range of arts and crafts fabrics. Pair of oak pier mirrors, by A.
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Currently painted white, with original oak beneath. Ebonised and red stained faux bamboo base. Marquetry top depicting birds, insects, flowers and foliage, in a combination of exotic materials. Fine chestnut chest of drawers designed by Ambrose Heal, with heart cut out handles. Limed oak side cabinet by Heal's of London, with delicate incised carved motifs. Hall, exhibited at the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Rare pair of Russian arts and crafts movement chairs, with metal label, and applied paper label.
Chairs made of birch with incised decoration, in the style of Christopher Dresser. Walnut cabinet, designed by Bruce Talbert, probably made by Gillows of Lancaster. Ideal for TV and video, or Hi Fi cabinet. Very large bracket oak clock, with bracket, designed by A. Pugin for the Palace of Westminster. Excellent quality walnut library table with insert leather top, possibly designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Godwin, made by William Birch. Ebonised mahogany cabinet, with delicate embroidery, probably designed by Lewis F.
Ebonised side table probably designed by Christopher Dresser, made by Booty or Chubb. Mahogany bedroom chair, probably designed by E. Unusual oak table with hand beaten copper top, possibly designed by Kolomon Moser. Interesting ebonised Aesthetic Movement chaise, possibly designed by E. Highly stylised arts and crafts plant stand, possibly designed by W. Oak arts and crafts refectory table, removed from Reigate Town Hall.
This table is of good quality and exceptional size. Oak children's chair by Heal and Sons, after a design by M. Baillie Scott. Heavy armchair, designed by the Roycrofters, covered in later Morris fabric. Interesting hand wrought stickstand, probably dated around , possibly designed by E. Unusual pair of decorated side chairs in English Walnut, bearing interesting manufacturers and retailers labels, probably designed by W.