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SOME OF THE BETTER ITEMS WE HAVE SOLD

Sold Glasgow 1
An Arts and Crafts Mahogany display cabinet designed attributed to EA Taylor made by Wylie and Lochhead retailers label inside drawer. I have had an identical one with different handles and a retailers label reading Gardner and son Jamaica Street Glasgow who retailed Wylie and Lochhead furniture.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 2
A near pair of Glasgow School display cabinets attributed to E.A. Taylor.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 3
A Mahogany display cabinet design attributed to E.A.Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 4
A sideboard designed by E.A.Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 6
A pair of Glasgow School side chairs made by Wylie and Lochhead or Shapland and Petter.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 7
A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts inlaid oak tripod sidetable. Circa 1890.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 8
A pair of Glasgow School side chairs attributed to E A Taylor and made by Shapland and Petter.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 9
A Glasgow School bookcase with split Heart details attributed to EATaylor and probably made by Wylie and Lochhead.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 10
A Wylie and Lochhead Hall bench.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 11
A set of 12 Wylie and Lochhead dining chairs.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 12
A good Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak bedroom suite.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 13
A Wylie and Lochhead firescreen.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 14
A Wylie and Lochhead card table by E A Taylor.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 15
A Wylie and Lochhead settle.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 16
An excellent quality and well designed Glasgow School oak Arts and Crafts piano stool.
Height 22 1/2", Length 21", Depth 15". Circa 1895.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 17
An excellent quality Glasgow Style oak sideboard by Liberty and Co.
Circa 1900. Hi Pat.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 18
A Glasgow style Walnut display cabinet designed by EATaylor made by Wylie and Lochhead with McCulloch stained glass panels in the manner of CR Macintosh. The upper back with oval detail above the shelf with twin supports, wonderful proportions with subtle floral carvings to the base on stylised feet.
Height 82" Width at top 46" Depth 17". Circa 1903.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 19
A Wylie and Lochhead bedroom suite attributed to George Logan.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 19
A Wylie and Lochhead side chair.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 20
A top quality Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak sideboard attributed to G M Ellwood and made by Bath Cabinet Makers, with the most fantastic inlaid panel to the back depicting a castle, rolling countryside a stream inlaid with pewter and three Knights on horse back with the sun shining down on the whole picture. Flaring cornice, capped tops and curved upper sides with a ying yang cut out to each side and twin squashed hearts to the bottom of each side, two drawers with superb quality pewter handles and two cupboards the left hand side with stylised inlaid heart and the right with Pewter hinges and a cubby hole to the centre. Design numbers stamped into the back.
Circa 1902. Height 65 1/4", Depth from back to cap 2 1/4", Width from cap to cap 51 3/4".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 21
An outstanding Glasgow School cast iron fireplace in the manner of C.R.Mackintosh and M. MacDonald.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 22
A wonderful pair of Arts and Crafts chairs attributed to George Walton (see Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors by Jeremy Cooper page 233) with stylied fruitwood inlays in discs which have 3 elongated back splats in pyramid form, small upholstered panels to each top corner and square tapering legs.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 23
A Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak plant stand by EATaylor with stylised split heart cut-outs to the sides and lower shelf on four square tapering legs angled opposite each other.
Circa 1905.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 24
A fantastic Glasgow Style Arts and Crafts inlaid desk with matching chair both wonderful copper Glasgow rose panels and chevron inlays.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 25
A top quality Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak desk attributed to E A Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead. The superb shaped top with Taylor detail to the centre where the top shelf sweeps in with 2 small drawers to each side and precision cut stylised floral cut detail to the back, original leather writing area with large drawer below on square tapering legs united by stretchers. A simple yet fantastic design.
Height 41", Depth 20", Width 30 1/2".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 26
An Arts and Crafts hallstand, with wonderful carved panel to top of a Galleon riding a stormy sea and split heart cut outs confirming that the hallstand is designed by E.A.Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead.
Width 35", Depth 13 1/2", Height 6' 7".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 27
A good Oak Arts and Crafts dresser designed by E A Taylor with original Wylie and Lochhead label to the back. The shaped flaring cornice that breaks back to the centre following the shape of the top half which has the most wonderful stain glass doors depicting Bluebells flanked by a pair of supreme hand formed stylised floral copper panels. The lower half with a pair of doors that have small panels to the top almost straight out of Mackintosh's design book, with top quality hand formed copper handles, arched apron below on square capped feet. A superior design that is well balanced and encompasses the true Glasgow Style. An almost identicle version is illustrated in 'The Glasgow Style' By Gerald and Celia Larner, illustration number 82 of an interior by Taylor for the Coats' house in Birmingham 1901.
Height 70", Width of cornice 42", Depth of cornice 15".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 28
A rare Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak sideboard/dresser attributed to E A Taylor and probably made by Wylie and Lochhead with a sweeping flaring cornice and a good display to the top, the central upper section with 2 bookshelves/plate racks and a fine sweeping arched detail with heart cut-outs to each corner flanked by a pair of cupboards set in an angular position with superb stylised floral glazed doors inset with stained glass and an upper central copper flower head a very rare and unusual feature (copper in stain glass was also used by George Walton on his furniture designs) with stylised hand formed heart shaped hinges and elongated vertical strap handles to each door, and below a full length large display area with a regimental row of stylised Tulip cut-outs precisely cut to the back. A large cupboard to the left hand side with conforming metalwork to the upper glazed cupboards and a pair of large drawers to its right with a sweeping arched detail below with a pair subtle central stylised cut-outs flanked by heart cut-outs to each corner (with conforming detail to the base) and a large lower shelf with large square cut-outs to each of the sides that have a subtle arch to the tops. The whole stood on sledge style feet.
Height 76 3/4", Width of cornice 62", Depth of cornice 22".Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 29
A rare Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak bureau bookcase attributed to E A Taylor and probably made by Wylie and Lochhead with a sweeping flaring cornice, the central upper section with two bookshelves and a central glazed cupboard with a fine sweeping arched detail to the top with heart cut-outs to each corner flanked by a pair of cupboards set in an angular position with superb stylised floral glazed doors inset with stained glass and an upper central copper flower head with stylised hand formed heart shaped hinges and elongated vertical strap handles to each door, with drop down writing area revealing pigeon holes and three drawers below flanked by a pair of cupboards with offset doors. The whole inlaid with Ebony and Boxwood string inlay and further Ebony with Pewter heart inlays, the main body stood on sledge style feet.
.Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 30
A good quality set of eight Arts and Crafts oak dining chairs attributed to Wylie and Lochhead with wavy tops and well executed stylised floral cut-outs to the head rest and central back splat with shaped arms to the carvers and square and turned legs to the front with ring turned feet. These have all been totally restored, all gently knocked apart, joints cleaned, glued, re assembled and clamped refinished and ready to be re-upholstered in your chosen fabric or leather.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 31
An Arts and Crafts oak adjustable bookcase by Wylie and Lochhead.
Circa 1900
£SOLD.
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CH 105
An Arts and Crafts oak chair attributed to Liberty and Co with shaped padded head rest and a single pewter heart to the central back slat which tapers down to the seat on square legs with stylised trumpet feet, professionaly upholstered in a quality leather.
Circa 1905.
£1200.
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CH 32
An substantial pair of pure Arts and Crafts oak armchairs attributed to Walter Cave.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 33
An excellent quality Walnut Arts and Crafts Glasgow style display cabinet in the manner of E A Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead. The top with ample display area with stylised cut-out detail to the top and bottom, a pair of bevelled glass doors with superb stylised floral fruitwood inlays to the lower panels, three shelves each side with slatted sides to the top section's.
Height 63", Width 53", Depth 18".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 34
A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with copper stylised floral repousse panels and stylised floral cut-outs.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 36
An Arts and Crafts oak settle with stylised floral carving, lift up seat and storage below designed by M H Ballie Scott made by Wylie and Lochhead, an inlaid example appears in the Wylie and Lochhead catalogue of 1902. Excellent Quality.
Circa 1902, Length 5' height 53" depth 22".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 36a
Wylie and Lochhead. A good Glasgow School oak settle in the manner of M H Baillie Scott, with leather head rest and a lift up seat for handy storage. < br>Circa 1900. Height 53", Depth 21.5" Width 60".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 37
An Superior quality Wylie and Lochhead Oak Arts and Crafts settle with gentle curved top with superb stylised floral carving to the back and just under the seat which lifts up to reveal storage, shaped arms with turnings below, finished and paneled back.
Circa 1900. length 4', Width 47", Depth 21.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 38
A Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak settle with stylised floral carved panels to the front and the back and pierced heart cut-outs to the sides below the arms with lift up seat and storage below on 4 bevelled flat feet.
Circa 1905. Height 48", Depth 14", Width from arm to arm 46".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 39
A fantastic Arts and Crafts Oak treble wardrobe, dressing table and 4' 6" double bed (shown below) by EA Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead, flaring cornice with tremendous stylised floral inlays just below the cornice, conforming stylised floral inlaid panel to the centre door and to the top of each side door which open to reveal hanging space with a drawer to each bottom, 3 drawers to the centre each inlaid with a stylised flower head, the shaped sides with inlay from the bottom to the top, the mirrored doors which both break back slightly from the centre giving this piece its wonderful form, the base with the sweetest little heart to the centre with superb hand formed silver plated handles. Another example typical of Taylors superior design and Wylie and Lochheads superior quality.
Circa 1900. Wardrobe Height 7', Width of cornice 85", Depth of cornice 24".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 40
The matching dressing table which is a piece of Art on it's own and it's stunning 4' 6" bed.
Circa 1900. Dressing Table Height 7', Width 85", Depth ".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 41
A Harris Lebus washstand.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 42
Harris Lebus Linen Press with tiles by Sherwin and Cotton.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 43
Arts and Crafts double bed.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 45
A very stylish Arts and Crafts oak desk by Maple and Co with a wonderful stylised floral copper panels to the upper cupboard doors and very precise stylised floral cut-outs below and a fold out desk that lands onto the open drawer on square tapering legs.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 46
A set of Harris Lebus dining chairs.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 47
An Arts and Crafts cardtable with triangular section that fold up and over to reveal baise and counter dishes.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 48
A pair of Oak Arts and Crafts rush seated chairs designed by EA Taylor with angled back splat breaking forward at the base that has the most perfect stylised floral inlay's of Ebony and fruit woods to the top, arched apron's below the seats which have a characteristic detail of Taylor's. A superior design that is well balanced and encompasses the true Glasgow Style. Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 49
A Pure Scottish School Mahogany chair in the true Glasgow Style with influence of Margaret McDonald and Mackingtosh with capped tops, arched crest rail with shaped back splat which breaks forward from the rear seat rail and a pewter hand formed Angels face surrounded by feathers to the top, the upholstered seat with superb shaped stretcher construction on square tapering legs. Made by Shapland and Petter.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 51
A stylish set of six oak Arts and Crafts dining chairs in the Glasgow style with squashed diamond cut-outs to the tops and circular cut-outs just below and angled details below the seats, the front legs are square at the top gradually turning into diamond at the the bottom united by high side stretchers.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 52
A good set of dour Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak rush seated dining chairs with spade cut-outs to the top and circular caps in the style of M H Ballie Scott and made by William Birch.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 53
A rare set of 12 Oak Arts and Crafts dining chairs design attributed to EA Taylor. They have all been dis-mantled, joints cleaned, re-glued, cleaned and re-finished ready for upholstery. £SOLD. I also have another carver armchair in stock and 1 single.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 54
An Oak Glasgow School Chaise Lounge made by Wylie and Lochhead, with carved leaf detail to the back rest, a run of slats below the arm with serpentine curve to its end, on square tapering legs on original castors with original fabric.
Circa 1900. Height 31", Length 71", Depth 26".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 55
An Arts and Crafts upholstered elongated very stylish wing armchair in the style of George Walton with original Glasgow Style upholstery on bun feet.
C1890.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 56
An Arts and Crafts Walnut winged back armchair attributed to George Walton.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 57
Tremendous Oak Glasgow School of Art wind out extending four leaf dining table designed by George Logan and made by Wylie and Lockhead with solid mahogany extending mechanism and inset casters. This is the best extending Arts and Crafts table I have ever owned, the quality is incrediable throughout.
Circa 1902. Length 12' extended Width 4'. See below for matching sideboard.
£SOLD
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Sold Glasgow 58
Large Oak Glasgow School of Art sideboard designed by George Logan made by Wylie and Lockhead. Circa 1902. Similar carvings to the libary he designed for the Wylie and Lockhead pavilion in the 1901 Glasgow international exhibition. Height 58.5" Width 75" Depth 25". A four leaf 12'x 4' top quality Wind out extending oak Arts and Crafts dining table also by George Logan, came with this side board. See above.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 59
An Architectual exceptional Oak Arts and Crafts sideboard attributed to George Logan and made by Wylie and Lochhead. Wonderful architectual slatted upper section with Two open shelves and suttle stylised Heart carvings to frieze, brass A shaped handles with embossed hearts to back plates, the Two lower doors with central carved Heart and Scroll on square flattened feet.
Circa 1900. Height 5' 8" Width 4' 9" Depth 24".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 60
An Architectual Glasgow School sideboard attributed to George Walton.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 61
A top quality Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak sideboard attributed to George Logan and made by Wylie and Lochhead similar to one shown in the Studio 1902. The sideboard stands on six legs and each side cupboard canters back slightly with carved hearts to each top post and central bevelled mirror the raised sides with subtle detailing to the top, 3 drawers with superb quality copper handles, 3 cupboards below with stylised floral carved detail to the center door panel, wonderful copper handle's.
Circa 1902. Height 54 1/2", Depth 24", Width 60 1/2".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 62
A top quality Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak sidetable with stylised floral cut-outs to the ends, shaped feet and extended lower shelf.
Circa 1902. Height 27", Depth 17", Width 27".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 65
A Superb quality Arts and Crafts Oak bookcase with open top and bottom shelves, cupboard to the centre and stlyised floral carving throughout attributed to Wylie and Lochhead.
Circa 1900. Height 54", Width 36", Depth 12".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 66
A Superb Arts and Crafts walnut chest of drawers attributed to EA Taylor made by Wylie and Lochhead the hand made handles with mother of pearl by Rathbone.
Height 42", Width 42", Depth 21".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 67
A rare three piece bedroom suite consisting of Treble Wardrobe, Marble topped Wash Stand and Pot Cupboard, designed by George Logan, made by Wylie and Lochhead. The Wardrobe has an impressive cornice inlaid with stylised Glasgow Roses and Tulip wood organic line inlay, with central mirrored door, two doors each side with stylised inlaid butterflys, something George Logan was a little obsessive about, the handles are exceptional quality inset with Ruskin jewels. The central mirror door bottom is flanked below by two drawers each side with two longer drawers below all with three stylised elongated arrow heads running through hearts and Mackintosh influenced Glasgow roses designed by a master, made by one of the best commercial makers, Wylie and Lochhead.
Circa 1901-1903.
£SOLD to a great home.
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Sold Glasgow 68
A top quality, superb double oak wardrobe by Harris Lebus with Glasgow Style inlays to each side. The flaring cornice with angled brackets below and full length bevelled mirror to the door with good quality hand formed copper handles and single deep drawer below with conforming handles. Circa 1898. Height 7', Depth of Cornice 25 1/2", Width of Cornice 61 1/2".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 69
An Oak Arts and crafts three piece bedroom suit by Harris Lebus wonderful copper metal work, exceptional quality.
Wardrobe width 39" depth 20" height 75". Dressing table width 36" depth 21" height 5'. Wash stand width 3' depth 21" height 53". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 70
Detail of copper handle latch which is the same on the washstand and the tiled back on washstand, See above.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 71
A top quality Arts and Crafts oak Chest of Drawers by Harris Lebus with tramline details and copper handles .
Height 39 1/2", Width 41", Depth 19 1/4". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 72
A top quality wonderful restrained Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak single wardrobe by Harris Lebus with flaring cornice, stylised floral stain glass panel to the left hand side good quality copper handle and bevelled full length mirror to the door.
Circa 1900. Height 83", Depth of cornice 20 1/2", Width of cornice 41".
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 73
Superb Ash Arts and Crafts three piece 'Flying' bedroom suite made by Wylie and Lochhead in the pure Arts and Crafts style, an almost identicle suite is shown in the Wylie catalogue of 1901
Wardrobe Height 6'6" Width 6'10" Depth 23". Washstand Height 3'9" Width 4' Depth 22". Dressing table Height 5'2" Width 4' Depth 22"
£SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 74
A top quality Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak single wardrobe by Harris Lebus with flaring cornice, stylised floral copper repouse panels to each top corner and bevelled full length mirror to the door.
Circa 1900. Height 79", Depth of cornice 21 1/2", Width of cornice 42". £SOLD.
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Sold Glasgow 75
A good quality Glasgow School oak hall attributed to Wylie and Lochhead.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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