Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
SOLD- Cotswold School Furniture by Gimson and the Barnsley's, C F A Voysey and Arthur Simpson and the Lake District -SOLD
SOME OF THE BETTER ITEMS WE HAVE SOLD

Cotswold 11
A rare and important Arts and Crafts oak dining table by Ernest Gimson with Hayrake detailed stretcher.
Length 6'6", Width 41 1/2", height is just under 29".
£SOLD.
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Cotswold 12
A rare and important pair of hand formed steel candlesticks designed by Earnest Gimson and made by Alfred Bucknell. The last three images are his original signed drawings, held in The Cheltenham Museum Collections.
Height 11 1/2", Width 6".
£SOLD.
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Cotswold 13
A Cotswold School coalbox by Ernest Gimson with chip carving and exposed tennons. The handle is almost identical to oak dresser's Gimson designed. This is a rare and early example of Gimsons work.
Height 20", Width 18" Depth 13" ( handle protrudes another 2"). Circa 1890.
£SOLD.
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Cotswold 15
A super quality Cotswold style oak dining table designed by Edward Barnsley for the Rural Industries Bureau.
Height 29", Length 6' 3" Depth 36".
£SOLD.
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Cotswold 16
A super quality pair of Cotswold style oak armchairs designed by Edward Barnsley for the Rural Industries Bureau.
£SOLD.
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Cotswold 21
An Arts and Crafts oak bedside cupboard in the manner of Edward Barnsley with exposed dovetailed joints to the top and through tennon details to the sides.
Circa 1900
£SOLD.
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Cotswold SOLD.
A Cotswold oak compactum, from Loughborough College, the furniture made for Loughborough College was overseen by Edward Barnsley furniture maker and designer who worked with Earnest Gimson.
Height 79", Width 58", Depth 22".
£SOLD.
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Cotswold SOLD. Ernest Gimson revived this ancient village craft of making ash and oak chairs with rush seats to the true traditions of The Arts and Crafts Movement. Philip Clissett was a very skilled chair maker working at Bosbury in Herefordshire since 1838 and Gimson took lessons from him in 1890. Gimson's workshops were at Daneway in Gloucestershire and he inspired and taught Edward Gardiner this old art of chair making. Edward Gardiner later moved to Warwickshire where he worked until he died in 1958.
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Cotswold SOLD.
An Arts and Crafts sideboard in the Cotswold style with scalloped detailing to the edges and exposed dovetail joints joining the sides and top sledge style feet.
Height 33", Width 5', Depth 21".
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Cotswold SOLD.
A pair of Cotswold Arts and Crafts oak bed sidetables with exposed dovetail construction and sledge feet.
Height 27", Width 17 3/4", Depth 13". Circa 1900.
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Cotswold SOLD.
A well designed oak dropleaf dining table by Romney Green.
Height 29" Width 61" Depth 42".
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Cotswold SOLD.
A Cotswold School oak bedside cuboard with exposed dovetail construction and double opening.
Height 30 1/2", Width of base 13 1/2", Depth of base 12 1/2".
Circa 1900.
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Cotswold SOLD.
A Cotswold School Oak Arts and Crafts revolving stool with Gothic revival influences. Circa 1900.
Height 19", Width of the seat 13 1/2". Circa 1900.
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SOLD Cotswold 3
A good quality Cotswold fall front oak desk with sculptured handles.
Circa 1910. Height 40", Depth 18 1/2", Width 30".
£SOLD.
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SOLD Cotswold 5
Romney Green. A good quality oak Arts and Crafts low sideboard.
£SOLD.
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SOLD Cotswold 6
A good quality library table in the manner of Sir Edward Lutyens.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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SOLD Cotswold 7
Edward Barnsley. A fine quality cabinet with three drawers.
Height 41", Depth 15", Width 20 1/2".
£SOLD.
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SOLD Cotswold 8
Attributed to Edward Barnsley. A pair of Cotswold oak bed sidetable with exposed dovetail construction and sledge feet.
Circa 1900. Height 27", Width 17 3/4", Depth 13".
£SOLD.
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SOLD Cotswold 9
Exceptional Oak Cotswold School inlaid side table with drawer.
Circa 1890. Width 18 1/2" Length 31" Height 30".
£SOLD.
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Cotswold SOLD
A 4' oak Arts and Crafts bed in the style of C.F.A.Voysey.
Circa 1890.
£SOLD.
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Cotswold SOLD
A good Quality Oak Arts and Crafts 4' 6" double bed in the manner of Charles Francis Annesley Voysey with slatted ends and heart cut outs to the foot board.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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SOLD Arthur Simpson 1
A Cuban Mahogany Gentlemans press made by Arthur Simpson of Kendal, a similar double wardrobe is illustrated in 'The Simpsons of Kendal'. The Dental style cornice above two doors opening to reveal hanging space to each side with four drawers to the centre and a cubby hole above with shaped hinged arms that take fabric. With subtle stylised floral carving beside each leg and Square inlays to each corner of the doors. The handles and heart shaped escutcheons are designed by Richard Rathbone,
Circa 1910. Height 5' 1 1/2", Width of cornice 6' 3 1/2", Depth of cornice 2' 1 1/2".
£SOLD.
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SOLD Arthur Simpson 2
An Arts and Crafts bookcase with a clever lift up flap, attributed to Arthur Simpson.
£SOLD.
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SOLD Arthur Simpson 3
An Arthur Simpson hall seat with carved decoration to the seat edge.
£SOLD.
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SOLD Arthur Simpson 4
Little Oak Arts and Crafts wall cabinet carved with vine leaves and grapes with brass heart shaped escutcheon. Circa 1890. Width 18" Depth 8" Height 29".
£SOLD.
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SOLD Arthur Simpson 5
An quality Oak desk top bookcase in the manner of Arthur Simpson with hand carved detail to the edges and a hand carved inscription which reads :- 'Manner's Maketh Man'
Circa 1910.
£SOLD.
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SOLD Arthur Simpson 7
A substantial Gothic Revival Oak Hall table attributed to Arthur Simpson, with carved sheild, leaf and berry and a white dove to the left, inscribed below 'St Francis' and crossed keys inscribed 'St Peter'.
Height 34" Length 72" Depth 24 1/2". circa 1890
£SOLD.
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SOLD Cotswold
A fine quality ladder back rush seat Arts and Crafts oak chair in the style of C.F.A.Voysey with sculptured discs to the tops.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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SOLD COTSWOLD
Arts and Crafts dining table by R Green.
Length closed 48", Length fully extended 88", Width 36". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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