Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques

Puritan Values specialising in The Arts and Crafts Movement
Designers and Makers 363
Glasgow School, a bold mahogany dining table, circa 1900, attributed to M H Ballie Scott, carved with panels of stylised plants to the heads of the square inverse tapered legs, 72.5cm high, 184cm wide, 106.5cm deep The design of this table is very pure to the Scottish Arts and Crafts Movement, it is certainly by a good designer and is a very accomplished design and with well chosen woods. It has butterfly joints underneath to each corner showing a true understanding of quality. This table was purchased in Liverpool by Anthony Geering and Martin Wolfson from the previous owner, who states that they originally came from Liverpool College of Art. See also lot 360

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