Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
SOLD-CLOCKS and Small Objects of Art-SOLD
SOME OF THE BETTER ITEMS WE HAVE SOLD

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A stunning Rowley Gallery needle point of George slaying the dragon, this is one of the most exquisite needle points I have ever come across and under close inspection it is an absolute delight, a true work of art.
Height 13", Width 11".
£SOLD.
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A large piece of Morris and Co double woven Bird fabric in very good conditon.
Circa 1880's.
£SOLD.
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A stunning Arts and Crafts oak grandfather clock With slate style roof and leaded glass panels to the door and sides and a stenciled Quaker style figire to the back with '119' above. It does have a Liberty and Co style about it but is probably American, any information would be greatly appreciated.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A stunning extremely rare Arts and Crafts copper log/coal box attributed to CFA Voysey with fantastic brass metalwork depicting a bird on a branch feeding, probably made by Thomas Elsley, totally original.
Height 18 1/2", Width 27", Depth 18 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A Bernard Moore vase with Stylised fish and Peacocks.
Circa 1905.
£SOLD.
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A Dr Christopher Dresser designed kettle on stand made by Benham and Froud.
Circa 1880.
£SOLD
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A rare WMF Silver plated cuttlery service for 12, in the original cabinet with silver plated stylised mounts.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A beautiful Arts and Crafts silver bon bon dish with 3 whiplash style handles and a wonderful enamelled roundel of a beautiful Pre-Raphaelite maiden.
Height 4 1/2", Width at top 7 1/2", Width at base 3 7/8". Circa 1906.
£SOLD.
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A Liberty and Co inlaid Mantel clock in the style of CFA CVoysey. Stamped Liberty to the base.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A Silver plated Art Nouveau mantle clock probably by WMF.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A stunning extremely rare Arts and Crafts copper tray inset with 12 tiles designed and painted by John Pearson based on an original design by Phillip Webb for Morris and Co, depicting the signs of the Zodiac.
Length 21", Depth 8". Circa 1890.
£SOLD.
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A stunning Arts and Crafts copper planter with hand worked stylised Peacocks in the manner of John Pearson.
Height 11", Width 16", Depth 4". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A large Minton tile painted by Henry Stacey Marks with a maiden carrying a bundle of sticks in front of an Aesthetic patterned wall.
Approx measurements Height 14", Width 7".
£SOLD.
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A wonderful Art Nouveau green glass claret jug probably French. There is a letter 'V' stamped into one of the feet apart from that there are no other marks.
Height 15 1/2", Width of base 6 1/2". 1900.
£SOLD.
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24 - A fantastic Tiffany Studio's Gilt letter rack the design attributed to inset with Mother of Pearl in swirl decoration from the Aesthetic Movement.
Approx Height 6". Approx Width 12". Circa 1885.
£SOLD
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A stunning Glasgow School brass planter with stylised Celtic details by Margaret Gilmour.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A Glasgow School Silver Plated planter with stylised floral details by Margaret Gilmour.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A stunning Glasgow School brass planter with stylised Floral details by Margaret Gilmour.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A stunning Glasgow School brass planter with stylised Floral details by Margaret Gilmour.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A wonderful pair of Glasgow School sconces attributed to Margaret Gilmour School depicting 2 maidens entwined with the moon.
Height 12", Width 5". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A George Connell silver vase with inscription running round that reads 'GATHER YE ROSES WHILE YOU MAY OLD TIME IS STILL FLYING'. Birmingham 1917.
Height 7", Width 3".
£SOLD.
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32
A pair of American sterling silver hand hammered salad spoons made by F.Novick Chicago.
Length 9 1/2", Width of bowl 2 1/4".
£SOLD.
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A stunning pair of silver plated Arts and Crafts candlesticks attributed to The Birmingham Guild of Handicraft.
Height 11", Width at the base 5". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts hand made silver plated tray attributed to Margaret Gilmour with wonderful stylised Celtic entwined on ball feet, super quality.
Length 26 1/2", Width 12". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A superb pair of Arts and Crafts Scottish School brass candlestick's.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A Glasgow School silver centre bowl.
£SOLD.
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A copper Keswick School of Industrial Art chocolate pot.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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An Art Nouveau oak grandfather clock with superb stylised floral carving and wonderful metalwork.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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A wonderful Carved Oak mantle clock in the manner of CR Ashbee with inscription 'Time and Tide Wait For No Man' and superb carved detail of a Viking ship in full sail.
Height 15", Width 10", Depth 4 1/2". Circa 1895.
£SOLD to wonderful home :)
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A Walker Hall silver plated clock with Abalone hearts to each corner.
£SOLD.
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A Pewter clock with four Ruskin Cabachons.
£SOLD.
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An Arts and Crafts copper mantle clock by Peter Wylie Davidson.
£SOLD.
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Glasgow School wall clock designed by Peter Wylie Davidson.
£SOLD.
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oak and silverplated mantle clock the dial attributed to Archibold Knox.
£SOLD
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A superb copper mantle clock attributed to George Walton and probably made by Goodyers of Regent St with wonderful hand repousse stylised floral details and blue enamels inset with Domed and rivetted top. Fully working French Movement.
Height 8, Width 12", Depth 8". C1900.
£SOLD.
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48< br>Glasgow School Arts and Crafts hand hammered Brass wall clock with a Viking Ship to the top and an inscription'TIME TIDE' with birds in flight to clock face and pendulum, inspired by the famous brooch which Francis Macdonald designed and made in 1903. The clock is designed by Peter Wylie Davidson who also designed jewellry and exhibited pieces in Vienna in 1902.
Circa 1905.
£SOLD.
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Glasgow School Arts and Crafts hand hammered celtic design Brass wall clock in the manner of Margaret Gilmour.
Clock Face is 14" Square, weights 8" long, the pendulem length from the bottom of the clock is 34". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A stunning pewter mantle clock in the manner of those wonderful frog candlesticks imported by Dr C Dresser in the 1870's with serpent head to the top and a frog to the base with enamel dial in good working order.
Height 7 3/4", Width at base 4 1/2", Depth at base 3 1/2". Circa 1900. £SOLD.
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An Arts and Crafts hand formed copper clock with stylised floral details, with dome top and stylised floral detail to the face on four shaped legs and platform base.
£SOLD.
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A superb Arts and Crafts hand formed copper clock by Hale, with dome top and stylised floral detail to the face on four shaped legs and platform base. Fully overhauled movement and keeps perfect time.
Height 13", Width 7 3/4" Depth 4".
£SOLD.
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A superb Arts and Crafts Eltonware vase and lid in superb condition yet has 3 tiny tiny nicks to some of the nipples so minute that one can feel them better than one can see them. It is very acceptable as 95% of this type of Eltonware always has these nibbles, this is because of the raised relief decoration.
Height 18". Width 7". Circa 1890.
£SOLD.
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57
An Art Nouveau Gilt paper rack from Argentina.
Length 22.1/2", Depth 9". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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58
A Hale post and ink rack and an Arts and Crafts ink well.
£SOLD.
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59
Arts and Crafts top quality copper fender.
£SOLD.
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An Arts and Crafts picture frame with Lapis stones.
£SOLD.
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61
A good set of six tall Gothic Revival candlesticks.
£SOLD.
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Wonderful hand wrought iron and Brass Arts and Crafts fire screen with fabulous hand repouse poppies.
Height 32", Width 19". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A rare WAS Benson copper and brass Arts and crafts Tureen and cover.
Height 6 1/2", Width 12". Circa 1890.
£SOLD.
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An Arts and Crafts hand formed copper candlestick with dragons and stylised floral detail.
Height 5", Width 5". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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