A superb Arts and Crafts oak sideboard design attributed to G M Ellwood for Bath Cabinet Makers with stylised floral copper panel above lower shelf and serving area below, tremendous stylised carved panel to left hand cupboard door and superb carvings each side of the copper panel, stylised cut-outs to each side typical of his exhibition work and through heart cut-outs above the top shelf and perfect architectural caps to the top posts with hand formed copper handles and hinges.
Height 76 1/2", Width 52", Depth 21". Circa 1900.
JSH 3 - A very rare fantastic oak armchair attributed to GM Elwood and made by JS Henry with a real Scottish influence and the sweetest little copper hearts to the back splats, stylised cutouts to the side and front and elongated stylised cutout to the rear. A work of art by a genius. Circa 1900. £SOLD.
JSH 4 - A superior design pure Arts and Crafts oak display cabinet the design attributed to CFA Voysey and made by J.S. Henry with solid Silver 925, Ebony and Fruitwood stylised floral inlays and Stylised plump Doves in vaseline glass. Circa 1895.
JSH 5 - A rare set of 10 oak Arts and Crafts dining chair's designed by GM Ellwood and made by JS Henry with stunning shaped back splats which run from headrest to floor stretcher each capped at the top. A fantastic Hybrid in design designed by a genius. Circa 1905. £SOLD.
JSH 6 - A fantastic oak Arts and Crafts dresser with sweeping cornice and 2 central shelves below flanked by 2 cupboards to each upper corner with stylised floral stained glass and copper inserts to the doors, with wonderful elongated hand formed copper handles topped with repousse hearts to all 3 cupboards and horizontally elongated handles with repousse hearts and heart shaped escutions above to each drawer. To the back of the central open area is a precisely cut row of tulips. A further full open shelf to the base with square cut-outs to each side the whole on sledge feet. Circa 1895. £SOLD.
JSH 7 - An important set of 5 armchairs designed by Frank Brangwyn, Brangwyn's last interior designs were for the Canadian Pacific Liner; 'The SS Empress of Britain', which was launched in 1931. These armchairs were designed for the 1st class dining room; 'The Salle Jacque Cartier' and they were made by H.H. Martyn and Co. Cheltenham. Tragically the liner was sunk in 1940. Brangwyn also designed marquetry panels for the private dining rooms and they were executed by the Rowley Gallery, He also designed a frieze carved in wood for their gallery façade in 1936. £SOLD.
JSH 8 - A fantastic Mahogany armchair designed by George Montegue Ellwood and made by J S Henry with fruitwood and Mother of Pearl inlays. £SOLD.
JSH 9 - A radical Mahogany side table designed by M.H. Ballie Scott with stylised inlays. £SOLD.
JSH 11 - An inlaid cabinet designed by G.M.Ellwood and made by J.S.Henry. Circa 1900. £SOLD.
JSH 12 - An excellent set of 10 Arts and Crafts Oak dining chairs with Pewter and fruitwood inlays to the back spats, attributed to JSHenry. A similar chair was exhibited at The Dublin Museum exhibition in 1905 (see British Furniture by Paulin Aguis 1880 - 1915 page 96). All the chairs have been taken apart and re-glued, cleaned and refinished to a medium oak and all the seats have been re-upholstered in a Burgandy leather. Circa 1905. £SOLD.
JSH 13 - An Arts and Crafts Oak armchair inlaid with Pewter, stylised floral motif attributed to JSHenry. Circa 1905. I also have a 3/4 Oak Arts and Crafts wardrobe by JSHenry with identical Pewter inlays. £SOLD.
JSH 14 - A superbly designed top quality Arts and Crafts dresser by JS Henry 1/4 sawn oak Arts and Crafts sideboard/dresser with protruding cornice above internal arched detail covered in William Morris Bird fabric, open shelf below with stained glass cupboard door flanked by open display areas the slatted sides with turned shaped supports to the cornice. The break front lower half with 2 drawers and open display area to the centre flanked by 2 cupboards and a small drawer beneath with wonderful architectual slatted details to the base and fantastic quality stylised hand made copper handles and hinges. Circa 1890. Height 86", Width 54", Depth at the centre 24". £SOLD.
JSH 15 - A fantastic Mahogany desk the design attributed to GM Ellwood and almost certainly made by JSHenry with extended sides, gallery to the back with central dome top mirror, angled compartmentlised stationary storage with lift up lids, green leather writing area with 2 drawers below bearing top quality well designed handles the base with twin stretchers and 3 side supports with twin arches to each side. Circa 1905. £SOLD.
JSH 16 - A superb quality and stunning Mahogany 3 seater settee and 1 matching armchair attributed to GM Ellwood and made by Jas Shoolbred with wonderful stylised floral inlays to each head rest and Ellwoods typical capped tops and sweeping back legs and refined front legs with corresponding caps to the top tapering from the centre to the top and bottom, the legs united by high stretchers all round. Settee Height 44 1/2", Width 52", Depth 26", Armchair Height 44 1/2", Width 25", Depth 26". Circa 1900. £SOLD.
JSH 18 - A Stunning aRTS and cRAFTS Bookcase with motto 'Reading Maketh Wise' and green heart stained glass to the upper doors. £SOLD.
JSH 19 - A plantstand by Goodyers after a design by CFA Voysey. £SOLD.
JSH 19 - A set of Arts and Crafts chairs in the style of W.J. Neatby possibly made by Jas Shoolbred. £SOLD.
JSH 20 - A Pair of successionist cast iron garden benches. C1900. £SOLD.
JSH 21 - A matched pair of English Art Nouveau Mahogany sidetables with wonderful Stylised floral inlays with rosewood backing to the inlaid sides. Circa 1905. £SOLD.
JSH 22 - A stunning Walnut display cabinet with stylised floral and peacock inlays using Mother of Pearl and Fruitwoods by Robsons of Newcastle. Circa 1900. £SOLD.
JSH 23 - A stunning Arts and Crafts 7 piece Walnut bedroom suite made by Warings consisting of treble wardrobe, dressing table, wash stand, bedside cupboard, a pair of chairs and a towel rail. The flaring cornice with tremendous stylised floral inlays diamond string inlays to every piece, the 3 door wardrobe with bevelled mirror to the centre flanked by 2 doors which both break back slightly from the center giving this piece its wonderful form, each opening to reveal hanging space 3 deep drawers to the base, with superb hand turned brass handles.
The dressing table and washstand with corresponding angular fronts and angular drawers to the DT and elongated cupboards to each side for make up with a large upper centre drawer flanked by 4 small angular jewellery drawers , the wash stand with wonderful Turquoise tiles to the top and back with a shelf supported by pillars.
The bedside cupboard, the pair of chairs and a double towel rail as sweet as you'll get making it one of the largest bedroom suites I have ever owned. Sensational set of superior quality. Circa 1895. Wardrobe Height 7', Width of cornice 7', Depth of cornice 22". Dressing Table Height 59", Width 50", Depth 25". Wash Stand Height 56", Width 50", Depth 25". A PERFECT DESIGN WITH THE HIGHEST QUALITY ONE CAN BUY. £SOLD.
JSH 24 - A fantastic set of 6 matching Arts and Crafts chairs with tremendous stylised floral carvings to the top's made by Robsons of Newcastle. Robsons supplied Liberty and Co with the top end pieces of the highest quality in design and manufacture. Robsons were 1 rung up the ladder above SandP and their pieces are much harder to find than SandP, the pieces they produced were aimed at the upper classes as they were much more expensive and exclusive, therefore their pieces are much rarer and harder to find, in laymen's terms they were one of the top commercial manufacturer's of Arts and Crafts furniture of the period. Circa 1900. £SOLD.
JSH 25 - A pair of superb quality very stylish American Arts and Crafts oak chairs by The Stickly Brothers wonderful proportions with stylised floral cut-outs to the back and complicated but very effective stretchers and leg combinations. Circa 1900. The black and white image is an original of a known Stickley Brothers chair proving these are undoubtably by the boys. Priced at £SOLD.
JSH 26 - An American Oak Arts and Crafts Settle in the Stickley brothers style. Totally restored and upholstered in a wine coloured quality hide. Circa 1900. Height 3' 4", Length 6' 4", Depth 30". £SOLD. (I have a good selection of American Stickley/Mission style armchairs, rockers and settle's in stock).
JSH 27 - Oak Arts and Crafts dining table of exceptional design with elongated heart cutouts and an unusual feature, a small hole (1/2") dead centre for a lazy suzy. Circa 1890. Length 6' Width 3'. £SOLD.
JSH 28 - A rare and unusual 3 seater settee with drop down arm and stylised copper panel to the back with 2 matching reclining armchairs. Circa 1895. £SOLD.
JSH 29 - Wonderful Oak Arts and Crafts Bureau Bookcase by Harris Lebus, with an excellent shaped cornice twin doors with original leaded glass opening to reveal adjustable book shelves. Fall front writing area with pigeon holes, 3 drawers with top quality stylised copper handles on bracket feet. Circa 1900. Height 79", Width 35", Depth 17 1/2". £SOLD.
JSH 30 - A fabulous quality set of six dining chairs in the manner of Morris and Co. £SOLD.
JSH 35 - A pair of plantstands by Koloman Moser. £SOLD.
JSH 36 - A wonderful Arts and Crafts dining/snooker table, this ingenious design one can eat there dinner off and then 5 min's later be playing a game of snooker or billiards. Circa 1900. £SOLD.
JSH 37 - A stunning inlaid display cabinet. £SOLD.
JSH 40 £SOLD.
JSH 41 - £SOLD.
JSH 42 - £SOLD.
JSH 43 - SOLD
JSH 44 - SOLD
JSH 45 - SOLD
JSH 46 - A rare Echo radio on original stand. £SOLD.