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Liberty Exhibition 2010 Catalogue

Welcome to the 2010 annual Arts and Crafts selling Exhibition.

Following the success of last year’s show we are holding the 2010 Exhibition for a month and this will run from Saturday 15th May (10.00am start) through till 13th June, on the 4th floor east atrium. I have been retained to act as curator for this year’s show and again the collection reflects a superb selection of British art and design that flourished from 1850 to 1950.

This year the Exhibition will include some rare and important pieces of textiles, metalware along side iconic furniture from the period.

Not all items are photographed but pictures will be available upon request. For these and other enquiries during the show, please contact me on 020 7734 1234 and I will be at Liberty's for the duration of the Exhibition. The catalogue will be available on-line from 15th May.
I hope you enjoy this year’s show and look forward to your continued custom.

Patch Rogers

 

Catalogue 2010

1. Gothic Revival side table in oak with architectural structure, parquet top and pegged tenons.
Design attributed to Edward Welby Pugin.
Circa 1860

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2. Fine quality Gothic Revival oak open bookcase with carved detail.
Design attributed to Bruce Talbert
Circa 1870


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3. Rare Gothic Revival pair of oak high back side chairs with naturalistic ball carved finial detail, shaped seat and turned legs.
In the style of Eugène Emmanuel Violett le-Duc
Circa 1870

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4. Gothic Revival, a pair of oak Glastonbury chairs with panelled backs and pegged construction
Circa 1880

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5. Aesthetic Movement side chair ebonised mahogany, incised gilt decoration with open back and upholstered round seat.
Attributed to Christopher Dresser
Circa 1880

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6. Aesthetic movement ebonised mahogany stand in the ‘Thebes’ style.
Circa 1880

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7. Aesthetic Movement walnut and cane arm chair
Attributed to E. W. Godwin
Circa 1880


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8. Anglo Egyptian chair in walnut with drop in rush seat.
This chair was probably produced by Liberty & Co around 1880 it resembles other chair designs by Moyr Smith and Dr Christopher Dresser.
Circa 1880


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9. Morris & Company upholstered arm chair.
Designed by George Jack
Circa 1890
Upholstered in Morris & Co Sunflower by Sanderson

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10. Pair of Victorian parlour chairs in original mohair velvet upholstery
Circa 1900

11. Morris & Company ebonised settee with rush seat.
Design attributed to Ford Maddox Brown
Circa 1880

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12. Aesthetic Movement walnut single chair with turned decoration and original seat covering.
In the style of E.W. Godwin
Circa 1880

13. Victorian curved back single side chair
In the style of E. W. Godwin

14. Rare Morris & Company a fine quality side table in English walnut with shaped frieze and drawers to both ends of top, shelf below and double curved stretchers
Design Attributed to George Jack
Circa 1890

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15. Moorish design side table in walnut with sixteen sided star shaped top and Mashrabiya panels.
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895

16. Arts and Crafts oak arm chair with rush seat and back panels, inlaid with ebony.
Designed by E.G. Punnett
Made by William Birch
Circa 1900

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17. Arts and Crafts arm chair in oak with shaped back slats and drop-in upholstered seat in original arts and crafts fabric
Retailed by Goodyers Regent Street & Bond Street
Circa 1900


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18. Arts and Crafts bureau in oak with inlaid decoration and cut-out design
Attributed to G.M. Ellwood
Circa 1900

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19. Arts and Crafts draw-leaf dining table in oak, with splayed legs and pegged construction raised on wooden sunken castors
Circa 1900


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20. Arts and Crafts set of six dining chairs, four singles and two carvers in oak with upholstered seats
By William Birch
Circa 1900

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21. Rare Arts and Crafts six door cabinet in oak with pewter, ebony and boxwood inlay, handles in steel.
Attributed to The Guild of Handicraft
Circa 1895


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22. Arts and Crafts oak cupboard with pegged construction and iron latch
Designed by Ambrose Heal
Heal & Son
Circa 1898

 

23. Arts and Crafts set of 6 green stained dining chairs
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895


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24. Arts and Crafts side table in mahogany with square spindle decoration, leaded stained glass and silver plated escutcheon.
Shapland & Petter Barnstable
Circa 1900

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25. Arts and Crafts revolving bookstand in oak with square shaped spindles and shaped top
Shapland & Petter Barnstable
Circa 1900

26. Arts and Crafts free standing cabinet in oak with ebony and boxwood chequered inlay and stylised inlaid flower design.
Shapland & Petter Barnstable
Circa 1900

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27. Arts and Crafts circular table in oak with ebony and boxwood chequered inlay, wavy stretcher design and through pegged tenon detail.
Warring & Gillow
Circa 1900


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28. Arts and Crafts settle in ash with drop-in rush seats and curved back slats with stylised carved tulip design.
William Birch
Circa 1900


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29. Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with central glazed door flanked by open sections with adjustable shelves and pierced back gallery.
Liberty & Co
Circa 1900


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30. Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with copper strap hinges, flared cornice and bun feet.
Design attributed to J.S. Henry
Circa 1900


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31. Arts and Crafts four piece bedroom suite in oak, inlaid with various woods depicting stylised water lily decoration. Comprising of a double wardrobe with central mirror, two drawer base and flared cornice. Dressing chest with inlay, adjustable mirror and drawers below. Double bed with slatted head and panelled inlaid and pierced heart decorated foot board. Bed-side cupboard with inlaid back panel.
Wylie & Lochhead Glasgow
Circa 1900


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32. Glasgow School Arts and Crafts a pair of tub chairs with curved top rail and pierced back splat upholstered seat
Wylie and Lochhead Glasgow
Circa 1900

 
 

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