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1. Gothic Revival oak two door panelled hall
cabinet with beautifully worked brass hinges
In the style of Architect Designer
Richard Norman Shaw
Circa 1865

2. Aesthetic Movement ebonised armchair with
rush seat.
In the style of Architect Designer E.W. Godwin

3. Aesthetic Movement cabinet, rosewood
inlaid with abalone shell and brass fittings.
Attributed to Collinson & Lock
Circa 1885

4. Aesthetic Movement bedroom chair
ebonised In the style of Architect designer
E.W. Godwin
Circa 1885
Recovered in Liberty print velvet

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5. Aesthetic Movement circular table in oak
with eight tapering legs and Japanese style
arching panels
In the style of Architect designer E.W. Godwin

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6. Aesthetic Movement bedroom chair in
ebonised mahogany with an imported
Japanese lacquered panel depicting a
dragonfly amongst water lilies.
recovered in Liberty “Hebe” fabric
Circa 1885

7. Aesthetic Movement chesterfield settee with
gilded turned legs and brass casters.
Upholstered in “Peacock & Dragon”
Morris & Co Sanderson woven wool fabric.
Circa 1880

8. Aesthetic Movement oak cabinet
Walnut panels and beading
Brass strap hinges
Glazed vitrine top
Attributed to Bruce James Talbot
Circa 1880

9. Moresque style chair in ash with mushrabiya
Design by Leonard Wyburd
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895

10. Moresque style 3 fold screen with
mushrabiya panelling
Probably retailed by Liberty & Co
Circa 1890

11. Moresque style bedroom chair in walnut
with turned detail
Liberty & Co
(original enamel label to underneath)
Circa 1895

12. Moresque style side table square top,
typical arched base and profusely inlaid
decoration of mother of pearl.
Retailed by Liberty & Co
Circa 1895

13. Moresque style side table hexagonal top,
ebonised and profusely inlaid with mother of
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895

14. Moresque style side table hexagonal top,
ebonised and profusely inlaid with mother of
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895

15. Moresque style side table hexagonal top,
ebonised and profusely inlaid with mother of
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895

16. Moresque style side table hexagonal top,
ebonised and profusely inlaid with mother of
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895

17. Moresque style cabinet in walnut with
mushrabiya detail and typical anglo Moresque
arched detailing.
Liberty & Co (labelled with original enamel
Circa 1890

18. Moresque style writing cabinet in oak with
upper gallery shelf and curtain in design in the
manner of Christopher Dresser
Mushrabiya turned detailing and arching
Liberty & Co
Circa 1890

19. Jacobean Revival bedside cupboard in oak
with patinated steel hinges and marble top.
Liberty & Co (label to inside door)
Circa 1895

20. Arts and Crafts bedside cupboard in oak.
Single panel door with simple square to
chamfered legs and copper ring pull handle.
Heal & Son

21. Arts & Crafts oak refectory table
Designed by Ambrose Heal
Heal & Sons
Circa 1910

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22. Arts & Crafts set of 8 oak dining chairs
with rush seats including 2 carvers
Circa 1900

23. Arts & Crafts mahogany book cabinet
with chequer inlay and decorative panel
By Shapland and Petter
Circa 1900

24. Arts and Crafts bureau in oak with single
drawer and chequered inlaid decoration drop
down writing surface and hinged side flaps
Circa 1898

25. Arts and Crafts bureau in oak
Full width drop down writing surface
with 2 short and one long drawers with
chequered inlaid decoration turned legs and
arched base raised on bun feet.
Designed by Ambrose Heal (early design )
Circa 1898

26. Arts and Crafts oak tall back chair
The oval top panel and back splat inlaid with
pewter and ebony, hollowed out seat and
flared arms.
Inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Designed by E.G. Punnett for William Birch
Circa 1900

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27. Arts & Crafts ash writing table
with goat skin leather writing surface
Liberty & Co label
Circa 1895

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28. Arts and crafts settee in oak with turned
spindle decoration and drop in upholstered
seat recovered in Morris Peacock and Dragon
by Sanderson
Circa 1900

29. Arts and Crafts bedroom suite wardrobe,
dressing table and washstand in oak with
stylised carved tree decoration attributed to
James William Neatby
Possibly for Liberty & Co
Circa 1898.

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30. Dutch Arts & Crafts bookcase with ebony
inlay and brass strap hinges
Bi-fold doors and monogram to both sides
Height 231cm Width 158cm Depth 56cm
Circa 1900

31. Arts and Crafts Glasgow School sideboard
large inset copper panel worked in the style of
Talwin Morris three doors and three drawers.

32. Arts & Crafts oak reclining chair
with carved decoration
Re-upholstered in natural linen
Circa 1900

33. Arts & Crafts satinwood cabinet
with leaded glass and enamel doors
With stylised inlay floral decoration
Circa 1900

34. Arts & Crafts pair tall back oak side chairs
Drop in rush seats
In the manner of CFA Voysey
For Liberty & Co
Circa 1900

35. Arts & Crafts oak hallstand
With copper inset panel depicting galleon
coming in to port
By Shapland and Petter
Circa 1900

36. Arts & Crafts pair oak chairs
with chequer inlay
By Waring & Gillow
Circa 1900

37. Arts & Crafts oak kneehole writing desk
with curved back section containing
4 drawers and 2 cupboard doors with stylised
hearts and stars copper panels
Circa 1900

38. Arts & Crafts oak cabinet
with leaded glass doors and
copper heart escutcheons
Liberty & Co - Label to reverse
Circa 1900

39. Arts & Crafts bench reputedly from
Cambridge College
In the manner of Edward Lutyens
Circa 1910

40. Arts & Crafts rare pair oak chairs
Signed by John Hassall
Circa 1900

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