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New CH 3 see also L&Co CH 7
Liberty & Co. A rare set of 14 Arts & Crafts oak dining chairs with a subtle Gothic Revival style about them, consisting of twelve side chairs and two armchairs, all with drop in seats. Sets of fourteen were in Victorian times classed as a true set. Some chairs retain their original Liberty enamel labels. Period line detail images are taken from, 'A Pictorial Dictionary of British 19th century Furniture Design'. Printed by The Collectors Club. Woodbridge, England.
Measurements: Armchair: Height 49 1/4", depth 22", width 23". Side chairs: Height 44 3/4", depth 19", width 19 1/2"
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New CH 4 and WM 2
Morris & Co. A rare and exceptional, museum quality ebonised Sussex three seat settee.
This is by far the very best example of this type of Sussex settee I have ever seen, and I dare to say probably to ever come onto the market.
They were made in very small numbers and extremely rare to find in today's market. The condition is outstanding, no restorations in it's life and all of the joints are still as tight as when it was made, retaining it's original fine rush seat which is a joy to see, including all of it's original protector strips around the rush seat.
H 63", W 85 1/2", D 31".
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New CH 5
Wylie & Lochhead attr, Three Arts & Crafts Matching Oak Settles with shaped back,
H 41". x W 49". x D 21 3/4".
Circa 1900
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S&P Ch 8 see also New CH 6
An oak double piano stool or window seat by Shapland and Petter.
Circa 1900.
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New CH 7
Baillie Scott, in the style of, an Arts & Crafts ash wood armchair with square caps and an embossed copper panel with a row of tulips to the top. The arms are quite unusual and wrap around internally to the back making a somewhat stronger yet subtle design and capped to the front.
Height 49”, Width 26”, Depth 21” Circa 1900
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New CH 8 Giacomo Cometti. A sophisticated Anglo-Japanese style armchair of angular design. The high back sits on the back of the back legs which in turn connects to the arms through the seat forming stylistic wing shapes, which in turn connect to the front legs with side stretchers connecting back to the back legs. This unique innovative progressive design not only unites all of the chair joints seamlessly, but also makes it an extremely strong arm chair.
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New CH 9
Shapland and Petter. A rare Arts & Crafts oak chair in the style of M H Baillie Scott with slatted angled back and upside down heart cut-outs around the apron below the seat on shaped and block legs.
Height 42”, Width 17”, Depth 19” Circa 1900
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New CH 10
Norman and Stacy attributed Arts & Crafts oak chair with a serpentine shaped back rest making it very comfortable indeed, the seat with shaped supports below and unusual stylized stretchers to the sides and back allowing free movement of your legs and feet below the seat.
Circa 1890-1899.
H 49.75", W 17.75", D 16.5"
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New CH 12
George Walton attributed, a pair of Arts and Crafts Glasgow style oak chairs with bold ebony and boxwood chequer inlays, rush seat and head rest with turned legs and H-shape floor stretchers.
Circa 1900.
H 44", W 18", D 18"
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New CH 13
A rare set of six Arts and Crafts chairs attributed to Liberty and Co with stylized floral inlays using Pewter Ebony and fruit woods.
Circa 1900.
H 44", W 23", D 20"
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New CH 14
An extremely rare set of twelve Glasgow school oak dining chairs which have been totally restored in our workshops and professionally reupholstered in a quality green leather. Because the main upholstery work has been carried out, to change the green leather would be a simple task of removing the studs and applying a new covering with new studs. I also have another single chair available if required.
Circa 1900. H 45". x W 17". x D 16 1/2"
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New CH 15 and CH 11
A good set of four Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak dining chairs attributed to E.Punnet and probably made by William Birch consisting of two armchairs two singles, with stylised cut-outs to the head and angular back rests with shaped arms to the carvers and turned legs to the front with ring turned feet.
Circa 1900.
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New CH 16.
Gustav Siegel, for J&J Kohn. A set of 21 ebonised Bentwood dining chairs.
H 37". x W 16 1/2". x D 17".
Sixteen still available.
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New CH 17.
Shapland and Petter. An Arts and Crafts oak side chair with inlaid details and heart cut out.
H 37". x W 16". x D 14"
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New CH 18.
A pair of Arts and Crafts oak side chairs with inlaid Pewter hearts to the top.
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New CH 22
Attributed to M H Baillie Scott. An oak rush seat chair.
1900s
Dimensions: H 42', W 17.5', D 19.5'.
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New CH 23
E A Taylor. An oak arts and crafts chair by E A Taylor for Wylie and Lochead, floral detailing to the seat.
1900s
Dimensions: H 38', W 16', D 15'.
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New CH 27
Jas Shoolbred. An Arts & Crafts rosewood chair with floral textiles and inlaid natural forms.
1900s
Dimensions: H 33', W 17', D 17'.
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New CH 32
M H Ballie Scott. An Arts and Crafts walnut armchair with central back splat and with stylized floral carved details, the overall triangular style united by triangular stretchers.
1900
Walnut
Dimensions: H 39', W 27', D 20'.
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New CH 33
C F A Voysey. Made by Liberty and Co. A rare pair of oak chairs. Literature: Cooper, Jeremy `Victorian & Edwardian Furniture & Interiors`, Thames & Hudson 1998, p. 208, plate 568 illustrated.
1900
Dimensions: H 39', W 16', D 16'.
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New CH 35 and IPS 10
WR Lethaby. A very important oak chair.
Lethaby was one of the most influential architectural historians of the nineteenth century. Working as assistant to R Norman Shaw from 1879-90, where his designs and influence was drawn greatly from the Art Workers' Guild. He published books including Architecture, Mysticism and Myth, and later in 1894 The Church of Sancta Sophia, Constantinople: a study of Byzantine Building. Common of his works are the themes of religion, myth and architecture, combined.
H 43". x W 24". x D 22".
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New CH 36
A superb quality Arts and Crafts Porter's Chair, possibly by Heals.
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New CH 39
Attributed to GM Ellwood, for JS Henry. An Arts and Crafts acorn oak leaf arm chair, with Morris bird fabric.
H 46". x W 26 1/2" in. x D 26 1/2"
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New CH 59
A good quality elaborate late Victorian wicker work conservatory chair.
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New CH 63
An Arts and Crafts oak settle possibly commissioned by Sir Samuel Morton Peto the great Victorian Industrialist and railway pioneer for his grand daughter Audrey Elizabeth Peto who was born 21 Apr 1894. This unique little settle with curved and shaped arms stands on six legs with ‘Audrey Elizabeth Peto’ carved into the back and beautiful stylised floral inlays of fruitwoods and Mother Of Pearl. The lower frieze is intricately carved with repeating nursery themes of piggy's and trees. The settle is hand made to a high quality by a very experienced cabinet maker of the late Victorian period.
Length 36", Height 33 1/2", Depth 13 1/2". Circa late 1890's.
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