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Liberty Exhibition 2008 Catalogue

Welcome to the annual Arts and Crafts selling exhibition .

This year has again brought lots of unique, rare and great pieces all of which have been sought for this prestigious show at Liberty. The exhibition will run from Thursday 29th May (10am start) through till the 15th June, on the 4th floor central atrium.

The show will include pieces by William Morris, Voysey, Baillie Scott and many more great designers from the Arts and Crafts period. There will be a collection of Rowley Gallery pictures 19 in total. Rare and important textiles including a pair of panels designed by Selwyn Image worked by the Royal School of needlework, furniture including a ‘Century’ settee by Morris & Co covered in original ‘Strawberry Thief’ fabric , metalwork by John Pearson, ceramics by C.F.A. Voysey and glass pieces including a spectacular stained glass panel by Scottish glass artist Stephen Adam .

The catalogue does not give items' dimensions, so, for these or any other enquiries, please use the contact form (see link above), or email, quoting the reference number. I will be at Liberty’s for the duration of the show, but if you want to talk to me about any pieces please contact me on my mobile 07939 226 143.
I hope you enjoy the exhibition and I thank you for your continued custom.

Patch Rogers

London May 2008

 

Catalogue 2008

Metalwork

1m
Arts and Crafts copper casket decorated with birds and stylized flower decoration.
Designed by John Pearson
Circa 1900


   
2m
Arts and Crafts copper rose bowl with stylized fish amongst weed.
Newlyn
Circa 1900


   
3m
Arts and Crafts jug in copper with stylized tree decoration
Yattendon
Circa 1890


 

 

4m
Glasgow School brass planter with moth and stylized rose decoration.
Circa 1900
 

 

5m
Scottish School brass planter with mythical beast Celtic decoration
Alexander Ritchie of Iona
Circa 1905


   
6m
Arts and Crafts copper box with enamel roundel decoration.
In the manner of A.E. Jones
Circa 1905


   
7m
Arts and Crafts copper tobacco jar with motto “There is no herb like it under the canopy of Heaven”
(Charles Kingsley Westward Hoe)
Circa 1905


   
8m
Arts and Crafts copper box with central enamel and seeded pod decoration.
Circa 1905


   
9m
Scottish School brass planter with stylised flower decoration
Circa 1900


 

 

10m
Arts and Crafts pair of candle sticks with stylised fish Newlyn (stamped to one)
Circa 1905


 

 

11m
Arts and Crafts large casket in copper with stylised birds and flower decoration.
John Pearson
Circa 1895


 

 

12m
Arts and Crafts copper framed circular mirror
John Pearson
Circa 1905


   

13m
Arts and Crafts fire screen with copper panel depicting a galleon in full sail.
John Pearson
Circa 1905

 

 

14m
Arts and Crafts copper charger depicting sailing boats in waves with 5 circular Ruskin pottery inserts.
Circa 1905
 

 

15m
Arts and Crafts patinated copper charger depicting fish swimming with a central galleon .
Attributed to Liberty & Co
Circa 1900
 

 

16m
Arts and Crafts copper charger with stylised flower decoration around a central galleon amongst waves with dolphins.
Keswick School of Industrial Design
Circa 1900


   
17m
Arts and Crafts hexagonal copper and brass planter with stylised plant decoration and riveted edges.
Circa 1900
 

 

18m
Arts and Crafts planter in brass with stylised plant form decoration.
Keswick School of Industrial Art
Circa 1900
 

 

19m
Arts and Crafts patinated copper over-mantle, with stylised seeded pod flowers and slag glass inserts.
Circa 1905
 

 

20m
Scottish School over-mantle mirror, wooden frame with pewter set panels of stylised flower decoration and a central panel with motto “JE PENSE”
(Fr. I Think)
Circa 1900

 

 

 
 

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