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Furniture and other Items

Aesthetic Movement table in walnut In the manner of E.W. Godwin
Liberty & Co (original label to underside of top)
Circa 1890

E.W. Godwin was employed by Liberty just before his death in 1886 mainly as an advisor in the costume department. Godwin’s innovating designs for furniture have made him renowned in modern design terms and are sought by institutions and collectors alike. It has yet to be proved that Godwin designed furniture specifically for Liberty but his influence is without doubt.



Oak Scottish School armchair
Circa 1900



Moorish influenced side table in original paint
Liberty & Co
Circa 1890



Arts and Crafts settle in oak, with ebony and pewter inlaid decoration.
In the manner of M.H. Baillie Scott
Shapland & Petter of Barnstable
Circa 1900



Art Nouveau two door cupboard decorated with peacocks and copper work
Circa 1895



Arts and Crafts oak box with carved Scottish rose decoration and metal carrying handles
Circa 1900



Arts and Crafts Glasgow School three fold screen in solid satinwood with stained glass panels of stylized rose design with silk embroidered panels of roses
Attributed to E.A. Taylor for Wylie and Lochhead
Circa 1900



Arts and Crafts stand in ebonised mahogany with boxwood and mother of pearl inlaid decoration
Circa 1900



Arts and Crafts oak side table with tiled top
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895



Art Nouveau arm chair in mahogany with inlaid back panel
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895



Arts and Crafts oak armchair with stylised carved spade decoration.
E.G. Punnett for William Birch
Liberty & Co
Circa 1900



Arts and Crafts side table with mother of pearl inlaid decoration
Designed by Leonard Wyburd
Liberty & Co
Circa 1900



Art Nouveau cast Iron garden chair
Designed by Hector Guimard
Circa 1895



Arts and Crafts hall stand with inlaid and pierced decoration
Shapland & Petter of Barnstable
Circa 1900



Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with carved decoration and leaded glass doors
Shapland & Petter of Barnstable
Circa 1900



‘Century’ - An arts and crafts settee, upholstered in original Morris & Co fabric Strawberry Thief designed by William Morris
Morris & Company
Circa 1900



Gothic Revival table in pitch pine with architectural stretchers.
Circa 1870



Arts and Crafts settee in walnut
Designed by George Walton for The Phillippines, Brasted Chart, Kent
Circa 1902



Arts and Crafts fire side chair in oak with original rush seat
Designed by M.H. Baillie Scott
J.P. White, Pyghtle Works



Arts and Crafts table light with three Viking men linking arms to hold an onyx bowl shade
Circa 1910




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