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Set of 10 Cotswold Style Dining Chairs by Brynmawr Furniture
The chairs: A set of ten Cotswold Style oak dining chairs designed by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture c.1930. The chairs have their original sea grass drop-in seats. Some are labelled

Condition: Shown prior to restoration. These chairs are offered fully restored: frames tightened and refinished.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Cotswold School Oak Dresser
The dresser An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School cottage dresser made by Kenneth Desmond Lampard in the mid C20th. Kenneth Desmond Lampard (born 1926) had been a pupil of Edward Barnsley in the late 1940's. The dresser is constructed in solid well figured quarter sawn oak with a light dry finish.

Condition Offered in excellent original condition.

Dimensions Height 68.5", width 44" and depth 15.25"
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Arts & Crafts "Lizardman" Refectory Table & Pair of Benches
The table & benches: An Arts & Crafts refectory dining table with a pair of benches all made in English oak by Martin "Lizardman" Dutton circa 1950. Superb quarter sawn graining to the table top. Each piece is signed with a discretely carved lizard to the end support.

Provenance: this table and benches were originally made for the old Grammar School known as The Friary, Richmond, North Yorkshire. In more recent times they were used in the Lower Dining Hall and Lower Library of the Richmond School, North Yorkshire.

Martin "Lizardman" Dutton (1921-2009) of Huby, near York, was a Robert Thompson apprentice and craftsman during the 1940's. He signed his furniture by carving a lizard.

Condition: Offered in excellent restored condition. Refinished.

Dimensions: The table stands 28.5" tall, 72" in length and 29" wide. Each bench stands 17" tall, 72" in length by 11.25" deep.
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Large Art Deco Gordon Russell Extending Dining Table
The table: An Art Deco 'Woburn' extending dining table designed by R.D. Russell for Gordon Russell c.1937. The table is constructed in well-figured Bombay Rosewood with inlaid elm rings to the legs. The table extends to accomodate two leaves which are stored within the table. Metal label to underside.

Condition: Shown prior to being refinished.

Dimensions: The table stands 29" high, 36" wide and 75" in length. The table will extend to 91.5" and 108" by inserting one or both leaves.
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Cotswold School Oak Sideboard
The sideboard: An Arts & Crafts oak Cotswold School sideboard of three drawers over three cupboards with adjustable shelves. Constructed in solid well figured quarter sawn oak with exposed through tenons and dovetail joints. Unsigned.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: Height 34", depth 17" and width 48"
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Gothic Revival Oak Side Table by AWN Pugin
The table: A Gothic Revival oak side table with three frieze drawers and galleried top attributed to A.W.N. Pugin c.1845.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Heal's Limed Oak Cottage Kitchen Dresser
The dresser: A limed oak cottage dresser by Heal & Son c.1924. No label but see Pg 47 of A history of Heal's by Susanna Goodden for a similar example.

Condition: Offered in good original condition. We can offer to have the original finish cleaned and revived, please contact us for details.

Dimensions: W48", D18" and H73"
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Heal's Cottage Oak Dresser
The dresser: An oak cottage dresser by Heal & Son c.1920. Labelled.

Condition: Shown prior to being refinished.

Dimensions: Width 60"
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Arts & Crafts Oak Refectory Dining Table by Brynmawr Furniture
The table: An Arts & Crafts "Tre-tower" oak refectory dining table designed by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture dating from the 1930s. The table is constructed in solid quarter sawn oak with excellent grain figuring to the table top.

Condition: Offered in excellent restored condition. Refinished.

Dimensions: The table top stands 30.5" tall, 34" wide and 8' in length.
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Arts & Crafts Liberty & Co Oak Chest of Drawers
An Arts & Crafts oak chest of drawers by Edwin T. Hall and Edwin S. Hall for Liberty & Co c.1924. Later white marble top over two over two drawersl drawers, each with distinctive wrought iron drop handles. Panelled sides and exposed pegged construction. The two lower drawers have extending drawer runners which allow the drawers to be fully opened without droping.

Condition: Offered in excellent (refinished) condition.

Dimensions: 51" wide, 32" high and 21" deep.

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 chest 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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Set of 8 Gordon Russell Oak Dining Chairs
The chairs: A set of 8 Cotswold School / Modernist oak dining chairs by Gordon Russell c.1935. The set comprises eight side chairs. All with copper signature labels. These chairs came from

Condition: Shown prior to restoration: frames tightened where necessary and refinished. Original vintage leather seats to be maintained. We can offer to have these seats re-upholstered in your fabric - please contact us for details.

Dimensions: Seat height 18", width 18.5", seat depth 18" and back height 35".
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Heal's Oak Arts & Crafts Chest of Drawers
The Chest: An early Ambrose Heal designed Arts & Crafts oak chest of 3 drawers, c.1898, with exposed dovetails. Impressed "Heal & Son" mark to the top drawer. This chest is constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition - top surface has been refinished with the remainder cleaned and revived.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Set of 8 Arts & Crafts William Birch Dining Chairs
The chairs: A set of eight Arts & crafts oak rush seated dining chairs dating circa 1900. These chairs were made by William Birch of High Wycombe and are known to have been retailed through Liberty's.

Condition: Shown prior to restoration. These chairs are offered fully restored: Frames tightened, refinished and re-rush seated.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Betty Joel Art Deco Super King-Size Bed Head
The Bed Head: An Art Deco limed & bleached oak bed head with attached bedside cabinets and built-in lights by Betty Joel, label signed & dated 1938.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition. Finish revived. Lighting & electrical fixtures replaced and rewired (PAT tested).

Dimensions: The overall width of the bedhead is 117" with a gap between the side cabinets of over 6' - large enough to accommodate a super king-size bed. other dimensions TBC.
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Gordon Russell Oak 'Ilmington' Wardrobe
The wardrobe: An "Ilmington" Wardrobe constructed in solid English Oak designed by W.H.Russell for Gordon Russell Ltd in 1936. Labelled.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition.

Dimensions: Height 72", Width 48" and Depth 22"
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Set of 6 Arts & Crafts Oak Chairs by William Birch
The chairs: A set of 6 Arts & Crafts oak dining chairs made by William Birch of High Wycombe. The design is attributed to George Walton and the chairs would have most probably been retailed through Liberty & Co.

Condition: offered either, as they are which is in good original condition or fully restored condition (Please enquire for restored price).

Dimensions: The seat height is 17.75", the chair width (at the front) is 17.75" and the back height is 41".
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Stckley Bros Arts & Crafts Oak Extending dining Table
The table: A circular Arts & Crafts (Mission) oak extending dining table by Stickley Bros of Grand Rapids c.1905. This table extends to accommodate two additional leaves. Excellent quarter sawn grain figuring.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: Height 30", Diameter 48" and length 72" with both leaves inserted.
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Pair of Heal's Oak Recliner Easy Chairs
The chairs: A pair of Heals recliner easy chairs from their 1933 catalogue - "Economy - with a difference at Heals". We have had new feather cushions made for them ready to cover in your fabric.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition: frames refinished and new feather cushions ready to cover in your fabric.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Heal's Substantial Oak Waterfall Library Bookcase
The bookcase: A substantial Art Deco oak waterfall library bookcase attributed to Heal's c.1930. Constructed in solid well figured quarter sawn oak with a veneered ply back.

Condition: Offered in very good condition.

Dimensions: Width 72", Height 45" & Depth 11.5". The height of the bottom shelf is 10.25", the second and third shelves are both 9.5" high and the top shelf is 8.25" high.
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Cotswold School Cupboard
The Cupboard: An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School oak cupboard after Peter Waals, made by handicraft students under the direction of Edward Barnsley during the late 1930s. This piece is unusual for such pieces being constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak and was probably made for the college office or library. There is a clear influence from Peter Waals evident, whose designs were used by students, with the handles, raised panels, through tenons and dovetailed joints. The whole cupboard sits on hidden castors which can be removed if preferred. The back is fibreboard. The cupboard is divided into 2 sections by a central divider and each section has two adjustable shelves (4 in total) which are not shown in the images - updated images will follow shortly.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition. The finish has been cleaned back and revived.

Dimensions: Width 36.25", Depth 15" & Height 47.25"
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