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19 August 2019
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Brynmawr Oak Bookcase
The bookcase: An oak two door glazed bookcase designed by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture c.1930. Labelled.

Condition: Shown prior to being refinished.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Brynmawr Oak Chest of Drawers
The chest: A Cotswold style chest of three over four drawers designed by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture c.1930. Constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak with stepped drawer faces and raised facetted panels to the sides.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Brynmawr Oak Sideboard
The sideboard: An Arts & Crafts oak sideboard designed by by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture c.1930. Two central drawers over a small shelved cupboard flanked either side by cupboards with a single shelf and internal drawer. Well figured quarter sawn oak with raised and bevelled panels with square wedge shaped handles fixed in place with exposed pegs.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Circular Oak Side / Occasional Book Table
The table: A circular oak side / occasional book table in the manner of Heal's C.1930 (No label). Heavy for its size, this table is constructed in solid, well figured. quarter sawn oak. Three circular tiers (middle tier asymmetric) divided into quarters.

Condition: offered in very good refinished condition.

Dimensions: Height 21.5" and Diameter 21".
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Colonial Art Deco / Modernist Coffee Table
The table: A colonial (India) Art Deco / Modernist ebonised coffee table dating from the 1930s.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition. Re-ebonised.

Dimensions: The table top stands 20" high and has a diameter of 29".
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Cotswold School Arts & Crafts Side Table
The table: An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School side table after Peter Waals made by Kenneth Desmond Lampard c.1950. Kenneth Desmond Lampard (born 1926) was a pupil of Edward Barnsley in the late 1940's. The side table is constructed in solid well figured quarter sawn oak.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: TBC.
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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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Cotswold School Gimson Rocking Chair
The rocking chair: An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School rocking chair designed by Gimson and probably made by Edward Gardiner

Condition: Offered in excellent original condition.

Dimensions: Seat height 15.5", back height 40.5" and width 21.5"
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Cotswold School Ladderback Settle
The Settle: A ladderback settle in the Cotswold School manner circa 1900.

Condition: Offered in original condition, firm and solid at the joints. Rush seat is in very good and clean condition.

Dimensions: The seat sits 17.5" high, the back stands 38" tall, the overall width is 38.75" and the overall depth is approx 21"
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Cotswold School Limed Oak Dresser
The dresser: An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School oak dresser after Peter Waals c.1930. Craftsman made, it has been constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak with exposed dowels and through tenons. The limed finish is very subtle.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: Width 46", depth 18.5" & overall height 69"
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Cotswold School Nest of Three Oak Side Tables
The tables: A nest of three Arts & Crafts Cotswold School oak side tables by Gardiner.

Condition: offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: The largest table stands 24" high, 21" wide and 12" deep. The middle table stands 23" high, 18" wide and 11" deep. The smallest table stands 22" high, 15" wide and 10" deep
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Cotswold School Oak Bookcase
The bookcase: A Cotswold School oak waterfall bookcase with exposed dovetails and through tenons. Constructed in solid well figured quarter sawn oak. Maker unknown.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition.

Dimensions: Width 25", depth 7" & height 31.5"
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Cotswold School Oak Bookcase Cabinet by Gordon Russell
The bookcase: A Cotswold School three door bookcase cabinet by Gordon Russell of Broadway c.1930. Constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak. Adjustable shelves and original working lock and key to central glazed door.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: The bookcase stands 42.5" tall, 48" wide and 13.5" deep.

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Cotswold School Oak Desk by Fred Gardiner
The desk: An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School desk made by Fred Gardiner c.1948. Constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak with exposed dovetails and through tenons.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: The desk stands 30" high, 44" wide and 20" deep.
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Cotswold School Oak Extending Dining Table by Gordon Russell
The table: A Cotswold School oak draw leaf extending dining table designed by Gordon Russell during the 1920's and made by his factory at Broadway. Metal label to the table base. The table has a distinctive angled edge and octagonal legs.

Condition: Shown in original condition. This table is to be offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: The table stands 30" tall, 33" wide and either 42" or 66" in length.
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Cotswold School Oak Fitted Wardrobe
The wardrobe: A fine Cotswold School oak panelled wardrobe with part fitted interior dating c.1935. The craftsman maker is unknown.

Condition: Shown prior to being refinished. Otherwise incredibly solid and sound. One small area to an internal drawer front to be restored.

Dimensions: H71", W38.5" & D20.25"
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Cotswold School Oak Mirror
The mirror: A Cotswold School oak over-mantle mirror with dowel construction, through tennons and chamfered edges. Original bevel mirror plate. Designer / maker unknown. Dates circa 1920's.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition. Slight area of foxing to mirror plate (visible in photo).

Dimensions: TBC.
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Cotswold School Oak Occasional Side Table
The table: An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School circular oak occasional side table. This piece is unsigned but the table top is jointed and attached to the base in a manner typical of Gordon Russell c.1930.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: to follow.
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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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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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