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Arts & Crafts Liberty & Co "Tudor" Fumed Oak Centre Table
The table: An Arts & Crafts fumed oak "Tudor" table by Edwin T. Hall and Edwin S. Hall for Liberty & Co c.1924. A rectangular planked top with moulded edge, later inset with a brass meter rule, pegged bracket supports and broad apron incorperating an aperture for a single drawer (lacking), raised on tapered and chamfered supports with pierced decorative panels in a geometric tear shaped design, linked by a spirally fluted stretcher with incised ends. Stamped "6962" and later paper label "Scarves Regent St."

Condition: Offered in very good (Refinished) condition. The table retains good patina.

Dimensions: 152.5cm in length, 75.5cm wide and 76cm high.

Provinance: Made circa 1924 for Liberty & Co's magnificent Tudor building on Great Marlborough Street. Designed by Edwin Thomas Hall and his son Edwin Stanley Hall and constructed from the timbers of two men-of-war battleships: HMS Impregnable and HMS Hindustan. The table is part of a range of furniture made for the rooms and galleries to display the textiles, clothes and luxury goods the shop was so famous for. All were made in the sixteenth century style, with pegged construction and decorative details complementing the design details of the building. All the furniture was made in the firm's workshops in Highgate and demonstrate the same high levels of craftsmanship and attention to detail as the building itself.
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