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Art Nouveau polished copper framed mirror, with stylised hearts as plant form
Circa 1910



Scottish School circular brass framed mirror, with slag glass inserts and Celtic decoration
Circa 1900

Arts and Crafts copper and oak framed mirror, with repousé work depicting creatures of the night.
John Pearson
Circa 1900



Scottish school blotter and inkwell in brass with Celtic decoration.
Margaret Gilmore
Circa 1900

Austrian silver framed mirror, depicting two stylised boxers



Art Nouveau silver plated table lamp, with shade
Circa 1900



Crucifix of Christ in bronze
Designed by Jean Lambert Rucki
Circa 1930

Lambert-Rucki was born in Cracow, Poland in 1888. He studied at the Fine Arts Academy of Cracow before he moved to Paris in 1911. He was mobilized in World War One, after the war he settled in the Montparnasse district. He became a naturalized French citizen in 1932. In Paris he associated with his friend, also born in Cracow, Poland Moise Kisling, along with Modigliani, Soutine, and the other artists of Montparnasse. Lambert-Rucki exhibited at the Salon d’Automne in 1919, he exhibited regularly at the Salon des Indépendants beginning in 1920, the Salon d’Automne and the Salon des Tuileries from 1933. He also showed with the Cubists at the Section d’Or group from 1922 to1924. He exhibited, from 1924, at the gallery of Léonce Rosenberg, Galerie l‘Effort Moderne.

Lambert-Rucki was a sculptor and a painter; he achieved his greatest successes in his collaboration with furniture designer Jean Dunand whom he met in 1923. Lambert-Rucki designs for Dunand’s lacquered furniture were at the height of the Art Deco movement.



Arts and Crafts table light in copper and brass
W.A.S. Benson
Circa 1900

Arts and Crafts table light in cast iron and copper
W.A.S. Benson
Circa 1900

Arts and Crafts table light in brass and copper
W.A.S. Benson
Circa 1900

William Arthur Smith Benson started his foundry in 1880, in 1887 he expanded and opened a larger foundry in Chiswick Mall with a shop in Bond Street. In 1896 he became chairman of Morris & Company and went on to design furniture. Benson in particular became synonymous with Art Nouveau lighting, the beautiful simple organic lines coupled with great engineering has made his work very collectable and is held in museum collections throughout the world.



Art Nouveau wooden framed mirror with copper depicting stylised flowers inset with turquoise
Circa 1900

Arts and Crafts footed bowl in Copper with enamel decoration
Circa 1910



Arts and Crafts copper and oak framed mirror
Circa 1900

Art Nouveau fire screen in iron and brass, stylised owl
Circa 1900



Arts and Crafts fire dogs formed as owls in cast iron with glass eyes
Circa 1910



Arts and Crafts pewter rose bowl
Designed by Arhibald Knox
Circa 1900



Arts and Crafts champagne bucket in pewter with raised decoration
Liberty & Co
Circa 1898


Arts and Crafts biscuit box in pewter
Designed by Archibald Knox
Liberty & Co
Circa 1905


Tea set in pewter in its original Liberty box
Liberty & Co
Circa 1920




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