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Liberty Arts and Crafts Exhibition Catalogue 16th May - 16th June 2013



1.Aesthetic Movement bow fronted display cabinet in ebony with ivory and boxwood
inlaid decoration.
Jackson and Graham
Design attributed to Peter Graham
Jackson and Graham were a firm of cabinet makers producing an exceptional standard of
work in the latter part of the nineteenth century. Designers worthy of note were Owen
Jones and Bruce Talbert and Peter Graham.
Circa 1875

2. Aesthetic Movement side chair in oak with bobbin turned stretchers and detailing.
Morris & Company.
Designed by Phillip Webb
Circa 1875

3. Aesthetic Movement ebonised “Sussex” arm chair.
Morris & Company
Design attributed to Phillip Webb
Circa 1875

4. Aesthetic Movement ebonised “Sussex” settee with original fine rush seat
Morris & Company
Design attributed to Ford Maddox Brown
Circa 1875

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5. Aesthetic Movement side table in turned brass with circular top and splayed legs
Maker unknown
Circa 1875

6. Aesthetic Movement fire screen with folding panels of stained and painted leaded glass
depicting a central medieval figure with dog, surrounded by typical Aesthetic Movement
hand painted creatures. Frogs, fish, owls, birds and butterflies all contained within an oak
Cox & Sons
Circa 1880

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7. Aesthetic Movement Anglo-Mooresque hexagonal centre table in original red lacquer
with copper spun inset tray and Mashrabiya panels
Liberty & Co
Circa 1880

8. Aesthetic Movement settee with ebonised legs and re-upholstered in Liberty Hera fabric
James Schoolbred & Co
Circa 1880

9. Aesthetic Movement oak desk chair with curved slatted back rail and leather seat.
James Peddle
Possibly designed by E.W. Godwin
Circa 1880

10. Aesthetic Movement centre table on 6 shaped legs with leaf carved decoration and
curved stretchers with centre sunflower carved detail.
Designed by Geroge Jack
Morris & Co.

11. Aesthetic Movement ebonised corner cabinet with two doors with each door having
central painted panel decoration depicting dog roses and lilies and surrounded by
stenciled design.
Attributed to Bruce Talbert for Waring & Gillow
Circa 1880

12. Aesthetic Movement 4 fold oak screen with carved central panels depicting floral
Circa 1880

13. Old English style paneled back desk chair with profusely inlaid stylized decoration.
Maker unknown
Circa 1900

14. Arts and Crafts desk in oak, the fitted top section with doors and drawers and
distinctive pierced oak gallery. The base with drawers, floral inlaid detail, cut through legs
and shaped stretchers. Hand wrought iron metal work.
Maker Holland and Son
Circa 1900

15. Anglo Moresque side table with Mashrabiya side panels
Liberty & Co
Circa 1880

16. Arts & Crafts exceptional dining table and matching eight chairs in oak with stylised
inlaid heart decoration in pewter and ebony. The high back chairs having rush seats and
upholstered suede back panels. The table is in 3 sections with pierced stylized heart splats
and central slatted section.
Maker Waring and Gillow
Designed by Arthur H Baxter (see The Studio - Modern Domestic Architecture 1901)
Circa 1900

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17. Arts & Crafts writing table in oak with single drawer. The twist turned columns and
splayed legs finished with lion paw carved feet.
Design attributed to Sir Robert Lorimer
Circa 1905

18. Arts & Crafts hall table in oak with inset copper panel and pierced side panels
Shapland and Petter
Circa 1900

19. Arts & Crafts cabinet with cross stretchers and inlay decoration
After a design by George Walton
Circa 1900

20. Arts & Crafts circular dining table in oak with flared plank legs and through tenon detail
Liberty & Co
Circa 1900

21. Arts & Crafts pair circular side tables in oak
In the manner of Sir Robert Lorimer
Circa 1900

22. Arts & Crafts washstand with copper decorative panels and tiled back and top
By Shapland and Petter.
Circa 1900

23. Arts & Crafts mahogany card table
Liberty & Co.
Circa 1900

24. Arts & Crafts bookcase with open shelves and cupboard below with carved detail.
Circa 1900

25. Arts & Crafts arm chair in oak with kilim upholstery
Designed by Leonard Wyburd
Circa 1900

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26. Art Nouveau circular mahogany side table with inlay roundels depicting stylized
Designed for the Rowena Drawing Room Suite 1905
By Liberty & Co.
Circa 1900

27. Art Nouveau mahogany chair with inlay decoration
Liberty & Co
Circa 1900

28. Arts & Crafts ash 2 seater settle with drop in rush seats and incised tulip decoration to
the ergonomic back splats
William Birch of High Wycombe
Circa 1900

29. Arts & Crafts apothecary wall cabinet in oak with acid etched and stained panel
Design attributed to Leonard Wyburd
Liberty & Co.
Circa 1900

30. Arts & Crafts smoking wall cabinet in oak with acid etched and stained panel depicting
a cavalier smoking a pipe.
Design attributed to Leonard Wyburd
Liberty & Co.
Circa 1900

31. Arts & Crafts folding screen in oak stained green with incised decoration of stylized
Circa 1905

32. Arts & Crafts barrel back upholstered tub chair with tapered and capped front legs
Attributed Liberty & Co.
Circa 1900

33. Arts & Crafts oak hall cupboard. The copper repousse inset panels depicting Glasgow
School stylized sun flowers. Original fitted interior and external coat hooks
Shapland and Petter Barnstable
Circa 1900


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