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Heal's Art Deco Walnut Stool
The stool: An Art Deco walnut stool by Heal's c.1935.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition with the drop-in seat re-upholstered in a GP & J Baker fabric.

Dimensions: Height 20", width 19" & depth 13.5"
Price: £295





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Substantial Heal's Oak Linen Press Cupboard
The Cupboard: A substantial Arts & Crafts oak linen press / housekeepers cupboard by Heal & Son c.1925. Labelled. Two drawers over a two door shelved cupboard with 3 removable shelves. Original working lock and key. This is a very rare and significantly larger variant of a smaller linen press that Heal's produced throughout the 1920's.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition.

Dimensions: Height 66.5", width 48" & depth 18"
Price: £3,800
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Heal's Oak Refectory Dining Table
The table: An Arts & Crafts oak refectory dining table by Heal's dating circa 1920.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: The table top stands 30" high, 30" deep and 66" in length.
Price: £1,495
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Set of 14 Gordon Russell Oak Dining Chairs
The chairs: A set of 14 oak dining chairs by Gordon Russell c.1935. The set comprises two carvers and twelve side chairs. All labelled.

Condition: Shown prior to restoration. These chairs are offered fully restored: frames tightened, refinished and seats re-upholstered in your fabric.

Dimensions: Seat height 18", width 18.5" (carver 22.5), seat depth 18" and back height 35".
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Set of 12 Arts & Crafts Oak Dining Chairs by Morris & Co
The chairs: A set of 12 Arts & Crafts oak dining chairs. The set comprises eleven side chairs and one up-scaled carver. All constructed in solid oak with upholstered drop-in seats. The design of these chairs is widely attributed to the offices of Richard Norman Shaw c.1876 for the Tabard Inn at Bedford park. These chairs were made by William Birch of High Wycombe and retailed by Morris & Co as the "Hampton Court" chair. (see V&A Museum collection)

Condition: Shown prior to restoration. Offered fully restored: frames tightened, refinished and seats re-upholstered in your fabric.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Heal's Limed Oak 7' "Tilden" Dining Table
The table: A limed oak dining table designed by architect Philip Tilden for Winston Churchill's Chartwell residence c.1923. This design was subsequently made and retailed by Heal & Son. This example is labelled and has provenance.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: Length 84", depth 36" & height 30".
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Heal's Library Oak Bookcase
The bookcase: A substantial oak glazed bookcase by Heal's c.1925. labelled. Three glazed doors reveal 12 bookshelves (9 fully adjustable) over three drawers and 3 cupboards with shelves. All original locks and keys present and fully functional. This piece does separate into two parts for ease of movement.

Condition: This bookcase is to be offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: Height 75" and width 54".
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Betty Joel Chest of 12 Drawers
The chest: An unusually large chest of twelve drawers constructed in well figured West African Cherry (Makore) with English Sycamore under inset glass top by Betty Joel Furniture, Token works, signed & dated 1929.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: TBC.
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A Substantial Art Deco Extending Dining Table
The table: A substantial Art Deco extending dining table dating c.1930. Designer & maker are unknown but this is a fine quality piece. Constructed using bur walnut with madagascan ebony cross banding. The table extends by means of two draw leaves to achieve a very impressive table.

Condition: Offered in excellent restored condition.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Substantial Heal's Art Deco Walnut Parquetry Dining Table
The table: An English Art Deco walnut parquetry top dining table by Heal's c.1925. The walnut is a wonderful light golden colour. The top is made up of geometric parquet work. This table was designed to comfortably sit 8 persons. There is a plate glass top for this table (not shown). I also have a matching set of 8 dining chairs and a sideboard available separately.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: To follow.
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Betty Joel Chest of 9 Drawers
The chest: An English Art Deco / Modernist chest of 9 drawers of unusually long proportions. Designed by Betty Joel and hand made at the Token works in 1938 (labelled). Constructed in well figured West African cherry mahogany. The chest has a plate glass inset top (currently shown without) with an arrangement of 4 over 3 over 2 drawers all sat upon a laurel wood plinth.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: To follow.
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Heal's Lattice Back "Letchworth" Dresser
The dresser: An Arts & Crafts chestnut dresser designed by Ambrose Heal for Heal & Son c.1905. This is the iconic dresser that Heal's exhibited at the "Cheap Cottages" exhibition in Letchworth Garden City in 1905.

Condition: Offered in excellent original condition.

Dimensions: Width 54". Other dimensions to follow.
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Cotswold School Wardrobe by Peter Waals
The wardrobe: A fine Cotswold School wardrobe attributed to Peter Waals c.1930. Exposed dovetail and pegged construction.

Condition: Offered in excellent original condition.

Dimensions: The wardrobe stands 78" tall, 48.5" wide and 22" deep

Provenance: from the estate of William Alexander Elloway, tutor in the Creative design department at Loughborough specialising in cabinet making & joinery. He was a good friend and colleague to Edward Barnsley & Peter Waals.
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Cotswold School Oak Settle / Daybed by Sidney Barnsley
The Settle: An oak Cotswold School storage settle / daybed attributed to Sidney Barnsley c.1905. Exposed through tenons, dovetail joints, chamfering and inset handles. Full depth storage drawers to base. Removeable cupboards to back.

Condition: Shown prior to refihishing.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Pair of Heal's Library Book Chairs
The chairs: A pair of Heal's library book chairs dating c.1930. Each chair has a bookcase one side, a drop flap table the other and a reclining back.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition. Frames refinished and cushions re-upholstered in a moss green woven check fabric.

Dimensions: Width 28.5" or 40.5" with the table up. Depth 32" upright to 45" fully reclined. Back height 28.5"
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Set of 8 Betty Joel Dining Chairs / Armchairs
The chairs: A set of eight Australian Walnut dining chairs / armchairs by Betty Joel dating circa 1936.

Provenance: Geofrey Walford, who was a friend to Betty Joel, purchased these chairs for his Collin Ward & Lucas designed Modernist home: 66 Frognall Way, Hampstead, circa 1936.

Condition: Shown prior to restoration (although firm and solid in the frame), these chairs are offered refinished and re-upholstered in your fabric.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Set of 8 Heal's Art Deco Walnut Dining Chairs
The chairs: A set of 8 English Art Deco Walnut dining chairs. The set comprises 2 armchairs and 6 side chairs. The walnut is a wonderful golden colour and the chairs still retain their original leather seats which are in superb vintage condition.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition with vintage leather seats.

Dimensions: to follow.
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Substantial Heal's Art Deco Walnut Sideboard
The sideboard: An Art Deco walnut sideboard by Heal's c.1925. This is one of the finest pieces of Heal's furniture that we have handled in recent years. The walnut is a wonderful light golden colour. The top is made up of a diamond parquet work and the front has an attractive cantered breakfront design which carries through the drawers. Everything about this piece shouts quality.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: To follow.
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Pair of Heal's Oak Library Book Chairs
The chairs: A pair of Heal's oak library book chairs dating c.1930. Each chair has a bookcase one side, a drop flap table the other and a reclining back. Constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition. The frames have been refinished. The chairs are not shown with cushions but are offered with new down filled cushions covered in your fabric..

Dimensions: Width 28.5" or 40.5" with the table up. Depth 32" upright to 45" fully reclined. Back height 28.5"
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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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