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Cotswold Style Oak Fitted Wardrobe by Brynmawr Furniture
The wardrobe: A Cotswold Style oak fitted wardrobe designed by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture c.1930. Labelled. Constructed in ell figured quarter sawn oak. The wardrobe has distinctive bevelled panels to both the front and sides and square wedge shaped handles. Inside the wardrobe has shelving, a long flight of drawer slides and a hanging section.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: The wardrobe stands 68" tall, 44" wide and 21" deep (not including handles).
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Art Deco Sycamore Chest of Drawers
The chest: An English craftsman made Art Deco chest of six drawers dating c.1935. The chest is constructed in well figured sycamore with a wide bevelled edge to its front.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: the chest stands 46" tall, 30" wide and 20" deep.
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Heal's Stripped Pine Compactum Cupboard Chest
The cupboard: A stripped pine nursery compactum cupboard with chest by Heal & Son c.1918. Labelled.

Condition: Offered in very good condition.

Dimensions: Width 48", Depth 18" and Height 46"
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Cotswold Style Oak Bookcase by Brynmawr Furniture
The bookcase: An Arts & Crafts "Gower" oak bookcase, designed by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture dating circa 1930. The bookcase is divided into three compartments, each with two (fixed position but removable) shelves. Distinctive wedge shaped handles and bevelled fielded panels.

Condition. Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: The bookcase stands 46" tall, 52" wide and 11.5" deep.
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Heal's Oak "Letchworth" Refectory Dining Table
The table: An Arts & Crafts "Letchworth" 6' oak refectory dining table by Heal & Son circa 1905. No label.

Condition: Offered in good original firm and solid condition. Good character and patina, some expansion to top joints. The table will be cleaned and waxed ready for the home. We can offer this table fully restored and refinished, please contact us for details.

Dimensions: The table top stands 30" tall, 29" wide and 72" in length.
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Cotswold Style Oak Sideboard by Bath Cabinet Makers
The sideboard: A Cotswold Style oak sideboard by Bath Cabinet Makers c.1930. Labelled. Constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak with proud octagonal front supports. The sideboard comprises two central drawers flanked by cupboards with original working locks with keys.

Bath Cabinet Makers were one of the better firms making furniture in the Arts & Crafts taste. They made and supplied furniture for Heal's.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: To follow.
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Heal's Arts & Crafts Oak Wardrobe
The wardrobe: An Arts & Crafts oak two door over one drawer wardrobe by Heal's c.1905. Labelled. Working locks and key

Condition: Offered in very good original condition having been cleaned and waxed.

Dimensions: Height 76.5", depth 20" & Width 46.5" (maximums at the cornice)
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Heal's Letchworth Oak Tall Dressing Chest of Drawers
The chest: An Arts & Crafts oak "Letchworth" chest of four drawers with attached dressing mirror designed by Ambrose Heal for Heal & Son c.1910. No label. Constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak timbers

Condition: Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: The chest stands 66" tall, 36" wide and 20" deep.
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Heal's Oak Sectional Bookcase
The Bookcase: An oak sectional bookcase by Heal's c.1930. No label but this bookcase is illustrated in numerous period Heal's catalogues. The bookcase comprises three sections: One deep base section and two shallower top sections. The later each with an adjustable shelf.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: The bookcase stands 69" tall, 34.5" wide and 11" deep (at the base).
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Cotswold School Oak Refectory Dining Table by Gordon Russell.
The table: A Cotswold Style oak 'Enstone' refectory dining table by Gordon Russell c.1935. Constructed in solid, well figured quarter sawn oak with octagonal supports.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition. The table top has been refinished whilst the base has been cleaned and waxed.

Dimensions: The table stands 29.5" high, 72" in length and 32.75" deep.
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Arts & Crafts Oak Sideboard
The Sideboard: An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School oak sideboard. Designed by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture circa 1930. Three panel cupboards to base: center reveals three drawers, sides with one shelf. Superb quatre sawn oak graining.

Condition: Offered in excellent showroom condition. Original golden oak finish revived. No evidence of significant damage or repair.

Dimensions: The sideboard stands 34.5" high (maximum), 54" wide and 20" deep.
Ref: c1900SB
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Arts & Crafts Cotswold School Wardrobe Unit
The wardrobe: An Arts & Crafts oak Cotswold School wardrobe unit with chest of drawers and bookshelf. Designed by Peter Waals and made by final year handicraft students under the direction of Edward Barnsley in the 1930s for Hazlerigg Hall (now part of Loughborough University). The wardrobe door has fielded panels with cantered corners and hexagonal knobs. Exposed dovetails throughout. This item breaks down into four component pieces: plinth, wardrobe, chest of drawers and shelves.

We have two identical units available.

Condition: To be restored to showroom condition.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Heal & Son Letchworth Refectory Dining Table
The table: A Letchworth 7' oak refectory dining table by Heal & Son circa 1905.

Condition: Offered in good original firm and solid condition. Good character and patina, some expansion to top joints. We can offer this table fully restored and refinished, please contact us for a price.

Dimensions: The table top stands 30" tall, 32.25" wide and 83.5" in length.
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Arts & Crafts Cotswold School Limed Oak Wardrobe
The wardrobe: An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School limed oak triple wardrobe in the manner of Heal's.

Condition: Offered in ecellent condition. Original finish.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Heals Limed Oak Bookcase
The bookcase : A Heal's limed oak three door glazed bookcase dating circa 1930.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition

Dimensions: The bookcase stands 45" tall, 45" wide and 10" deep.
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Set of Six Arts & Crafts Dining Chairs by Stickley Bros.
The chairs: A set of six Arts & Crafts Mission oak dining chairs by Stickley Brothers dating circa 1910. The set comprises of two armchairs and four side chairs all with leather studded pad seats.

Condition: Offered in excellent original condition.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Heal's Limed Oak Super King-Size Bed Head
The bed head: A Cotswold Style limed oak bed head by Heal & Son circa 1925. This bed head will accomodate a super king-size bed. Over-sized side cabinets have a forward facing cabinet and inward facing open shelves.

Condition: Shown prior to being restored and refinished. This bedhead is offered fully restored and refinished.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Arts & Crafts "Lizardman" Refectory Dining 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. One bench 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 very good firm and solid condition. having been structurally restored. This set is now ready for re-finishing. We can offer to refinish the set to your requirements - please contact us to discuss options and pricing.

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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Arts & Crafts Oak Sideboard by Brynmawr Furniture
The Sideboard: An Arts & Crafts oak sideboard designed by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture circa 1930. A central bank of five graduating drawer flanked by cupboard with single shelf and internal drawer. Fielded panels with bevelled edges to the front and sides with pegged wedge shaped handles.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition. Working locks with keys to top drawer and side cupboards.

Dimensions: The sideboard stands 40.5" tall, 54" wide and 20" deep.
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Pair of Morris & Co Rossetti Armchairs
The chairs: A pair of ebonised beech & rush seated armchairs designed by Dante Gabriel Rossetti for Morris & Co c.1870.

Condition: Offered in very good condition.

Dimensions: TBC.
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