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Liberty Exhibition 2007 Catalogue

Welcome to Liberty’s annual 10 day selling exhibition running from the 14th June until the 24th June, which is being presented this year in a new format.

My Company Patch Rogers Design has been retained to act as curator for this year’s show and the collection again reflects that wonderful period of British art and design that flourished from 1850 to 1950.

Designers such as William Morris, Archibald Knox, Dr Christopher Dresser, William De Morgan, Gordon Russell and Thomas Jekyll are represented in furniture, metalwork, jewellery and ceramics. Other pieces include an early 10’ refectory table in adzed oak by Robert Thompson (The Mouseman), a simple Arts and Crafts settee by the Glasgow firm of Wylie & Lochhead, an Art Deco day bed in original 30’s fabric from the R.A.C. Club Edinburgh, stained glass panel by George Walton, rare gold necklace by Jessie M King and a Lalique ‘Languedoc’ green glass vase, silver porringer by C.R. Ashbee and a cartoon drawing for stained glass by Ford Maddox Brown in its original Morris & Company frame.

I will personally be in attendance for the duration of the exhibition but if you are unable to visit us on the fourth floor please contact me through this website's contact forms (see above).

Patch Rogers

London June 2007

 

Catalogue 2007

Furniture

1. Aesthetic Movement pair of chairs, stained black with rush seats.
Ford Maddox Brown
Morris & Co (Sussex Range)
Designed 1865

2. Aesthetic Movement cabinet in walnut and thuya, with painted panels
and gilt decoration depicting medieval women amongst trees
Attributed to Bruce Talbert
Gillows of Lancaster
Circa 1880

3. Aesthetic Movement cast iron bench, decorated with flowers and fish,
set within interlocking Japanese fans
Designed by Thomas Jekyll
Made by Barnard, Bishop and Bernard Norwich
Circa 1880

(Repair to back) 

4. Aesthetic Movement upholstered settee, with spiral designed feet in walnut
George Jack
Morris & Co
Circa 1895

5. Aesthetic Movement upholstered armchair, with walnut legs
George Jack
Morris & Co
Circa 1880
 

6. Aesthetic Movement Chinoiserie side table, ebonized with decorated panel
Circa 1880

7. Aesthetic Movement chair, ebonized mahogany
Circa 1880

8 Aesthetic Movement 3 fold screen with needlework paneling
Needlework attributed to Walter Crane
Circa 1880
£ (waiting)

9. Aesthetic Movement 4 fold ebonized screen with fabric panels
Circa 1880

10. NO ITEM

11. Gothic Revival pair of benches in oak
Circa 1880

12. Anglo-Moresque chair in walnut, with turned decoration and original mohair velvet upholstery
Liberty & Co
Circa 1890

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13. Anglo-Moresque side table in walnut
Liberty & Co (labeled)  
Circa 1890

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14. Anglo-Moresque revolving oak canterbury, with Mashrabiyar fret work panels
Liberty & Co
Circa 1890                    
£2450

15. Anglo-Moresque stand in walnut with ivory and ebony chequered inlaid decoration
Circa 1890

16. Arts and Crafts folding chairs in oak
Liberty & Co
Circa 1895

17. Arts and Crafts arm chair, plank construction and cane work back
‘Athelstan’
Liberty & Co
Circa 1900

18. Arts and Crafts corner chair with inlaid heart decoration in oak
Circa 1900

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19. Arts and Crafts Scottish School open bookcase in oak with pierced supports
Wylie & Lochhead
Circa 1905

20. Arts and Crafts stool in oak with leather seat
Liberty & Co
Circa 1900

21. Arts and Crafts dressing table in walnut, with inlaid decoration in pewter ebony and boxwood
Leonard Wyburd
Liberty & Co
Circa 1898

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22. Arts and Crafts a pair of cake stands in oak
Liberty & Co
Circa 1900

23. Arts and Crafts side table, circular top inlaid with pewter and three flaring legs also inlaid in pewter
E.G. Punnett
William Birch
Circa 1900

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24. Art Nouveau mantle clock in mahogany, inlaid in various woods
Circa 1900

25. Arts and Crafts oval centre table in Queensland maple
Liberty & Co
Circa 1900

26. Arts and Crafts oak table with turned decoration
This table is pictured in a room setting with furniture designed by M. H. Baillie Scott
Circa 1905

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27. Arts and Crafts pair of tub chairs in oak with pierced decoration           
Wylie and Lochhead
Circa 1905

28. Arts and Crafts Scottish School chair in walnut with drop in seat
E.A. Taylor
Circa 1905 

29. Arts and Crafts Glasgow School upholstered settle, framed in mahogany
Wylie & Lochhead
Circa 1900

30. Arts and Crafts Glasgow School leaded stained and painted glass panel, depicting a girl smelling a rose amongst stylized leaves set within an oval in black wooden frame. Attrib. George Walton.
Circa 1900

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31. Arts and Crafts fall front bureau in oak with copper handles
Smee and Co London
Circa 1900

32. Arts and Crafts Abingwood chair in oak with rush seat
George Walton for the Buchanan Street Tea Rooms Glasgow
Circa 1900

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