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Arts & Crafts Cotswold Style "Brynmawr" Chair
The chair: A very rare Arts & Crafts Cotswold Style side chair by Brynmawr furniture c.1930. Named the "Brynmawr" chair, it was used on an iconic Art Deco publicity poster for Brynmawr Furniture.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition. The frame is firm and solid and the sea grass seat is original and still in excellent order.

Dimensions: To follow.
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Arts & Crafts Cotswold Style Oak Side Table
The table: An English Arts & Crafts Cotswold Style oak side table after Peter Waals c.1930's. Constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak. An oval top held by four supports to cruciform sledge feet. Maker unknown.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition. Some minor marks to the top surface (see images).

Dimensions: Height 17", depth 17" & width 24"
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Arts & Crafts Dressing Table by Liberty & Co
An Arts & Crafts oak dressing table attributed to Liberty & Co.

Condition: Refinished.

Dimensions: TBC.
Ref: c1900ws002
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Arts & Crafts Gentlemans Washstand by Shapland & Petter
An Arts & Crafts oak gentlemans washstand attributed to Shapland & Petter. Retailed by Denby & Spinks circa 1905.

Condition: Refinished.

Dimensions: TBC.
Ref: c1900ws001
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Arts & Crafts Glasgow Style Armchair by Goodyers
The chair: An Arts & Crafts Glasgow Style oak armchair with ying-yang cut outs attributed to Goodyers "Artistic Furnishing Stores" of Regent St c.1900.

Condition: Offered in good, firm and solid condition with no evidence of any significant damage or repair. Some expansion. Leather upholstery is in very good vintage condition. We can offer to fully restore this item - please contact us for details.

Dimensions: Seat height approx 14", back height 33.5", width 22.75" and depth approx 24".
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Arts & Crafts Glasgow Style Oak Tub Chair
The chair An Arts & Crafts Glasgow Style oak tub chair dating c.1905.

Condition Offered in excellent condition. The seat has been upholstered in a quality vintage black leather.

Dimensions Seat height 18", back height 28.5", width 22.5" and overall depth approximately 21.5"
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Arts & Crafts Glazed Cabinet
The cabinet: An Arts & Crafts green glazed cabinet with stylised fret work. The cabinet comes with its original key and working lock. There is a ring at the top rear to allow the cabinet to be wall mounted.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition with no evidence of any significant damage or repair.

Dimensions: TBC.
Ref: c1900msc003
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Arts & Crafts Hall Seat / Stand
An Arts & Crafts oak hall seat / stand.

Condition: Refinished.

Dimensions: TBC.
Ref: c1900ch1004
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Arts & Crafts Hampton Court Armchair by Morris & Co
The Chair: An Arts & Crafts Hampton Court oak armchair. Design attributed to Richard Norman Shaw circa 1876. The design was used for the Tabard Inn at Bedford Park and retailed by Morris & Co.

Condition: Restored to showroom condition. Replacement studded leather pad seat.

Dimensions: The seat sits 18" high, the back stands 45.5" tall and the overall width is 25".
Ref: c1900ch105
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Arts & Crafts Heal & Son Limed Oak Childs Chair
The Chair: An Arts & Crafts oak childs chair by Heal & Son circa 1920. This is a slightly smaller version nof their Letchworth design. A simple slatted back and rush seat raised on square supports joined by stretchers. Limed oak finish.

Condition: Offered in very good firm and solid condition. Original finish. The seat has been traditionally re-rushed.

Dimensions: TBC.
Ref: c1900CH1
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Arts & Crafts Heals Armchai / Desk Chair
An Arts & Crafts armchair by Heal & Son. Design attributed to Ambrose Heal circa 1930. Pegged joints to the back horizontals.

Condition: Restored and refinished. Drop-in seat re-upholstered in GP & J Baker fabric.

Dimensions: TBC.
Ref: c1900ch1001
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Arts & Crafts Inlaid Ash Table Top Revolving Bookcase
The bookcase: An Arts & Crafts inlaid ash table top revolving bookcase / book caddy.

Condition: Offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: The bookcase stands 13.75" tall and approx 16.5" square. Each of the four book compartments measures 10" tall, 9.25" wide and 6" deep.
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Arts & Crafts Large Over-Mantle Mirror by Shapland & Petter
An Arts & Crafts oak over-mantle mirror attributed to Shapland & Petter and probably retailed through Libertys.

Condition: Original finish.

Dimensions: TBC.
Ref: c1900msc001
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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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Arts & Crafts Liberty & Co Armchair
The chair: An Arts & Crafts armchair by Liberty & Co. Liberty & Co Label to underside of frame.

Offered in excellent firm and solid condition. Thought to be original seat panel.

Dimensions: TBC.
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Arts & Crafts Liberty & Co Chest of Drawers
The chest: An Arts & Crafts oak chest of four graduated drawers from the "Athelstan" range designed by Leonard Wyburd for Liberty & Co circa 1900. No label.

Condition: Shown prior to comprehensive restoration. To be offered in excellent condition.

Dimensions: 39" wide, 21" deep and 40.5" tall.
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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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Arts & Crafts Liberty & Co Oak Etagere
The etagere: An oak etagere by L.F. Wyburd for Liberty & Co circa 1895. Two galleried undertiers with turned & block supports enclosed by "Moorish" latticed grills to the sides.

Condition: Shown prior to restoration. Offered fully restored: re-jointed & re-finished.

Dimensions: the top stands 31" tall, 23.25" wide and 13.5" deep.
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Arts & Crafts Liberty & Co Rocking Chair
The chair: An Arts & Crafts rocking chair attributed to William Birch of High Wycombe for Liberty & Co circa 1900.

Condition: Offered in excellent original condition. The seat has recently been re-upholstered.

Dimensions: The seat is 17.5" high at the front and 21.5" deep. The chair is 23.5" wide and the back stands 41" tall.
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Arts & Crafts Liberty & Co Settle
The settle: An Arts & Crafts ash settle made by William Birch of High Wycombe circa 1905. The design is attributed to George Walton and it was probably retailed through Liberty & Co.

Condition: Offered in excellent refinished condition.

Dimensions: The settle stands 50.5" wide, 22.5" deep and 45" tall (maximum) with a seat height of 17.5".
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