Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Gothic Revival Furniture

GO 62.
A pair of Gothic Revival cast iron hinges, circa 1875 They are painted green one side.
Height 19.25", Width 11.25"
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GO 63.
A good pair of Gothic Revival cast iron hinges. They have been bead blasted to remove all old paint and rust and specially painted with powder paint formulated specially for outside use.
Height 25", Width 15"
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GO 64.
A pair of handcrafted solid copper Gothic Revival hinges with thistle and hand chased decoration.
Height 33.5", Width 22", Depth 1"
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GO 65
A.W.N Pugin attributed to, for the 1st Earl of Lovelace, who was raised to that peerage in Queen Victoria's Assession Honours list of 1838. In 1835 he married Ada Byron, only daughter of the celebrated poet Lord Byron. She was an important figure, a mathematician and writer, who is known for her work on Charles Babbage's early mechanical computer and is often regarded as the first computer programmer. The 1st Earl of Lovelace acquired Horsley Towers in Surrey, built by Sir Charles Barry who collaborated with Pugin on the Houses of Parliament. Lovelace set about expanding it in the Gothic style in the 1840s. This desk probably traces its roots back to this agrandisment.
Height 31" , Width 60" , Depth 34".
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GO 66
An exceptional Moorish Octaganal occasional table with four opposite drawers with brass handles with Moorish fretwork details flanked by finely detailed shaped upper supports united by a central shelf encorporating eight slender ring turned legs.
Height 24", Width 24". Circa 1880.
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GO 67
A good quality Gothic Revival oak adjustable bookstand attributed to A W Simpson.
Height 10", Width 9".
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GO 68.
A Gothic Revival oak coal perdonium with carved top and carved linen fold panels to the sides, in the style of A.W.N Pugin.
Height 25", Width 16", Depth 14".
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GO 69.
Heals. A Gothic Revival oak chest of drawers with inlaid cross banding drawer fronts and brass escutcheons and brass ring pull handles.
height 50", width 48", depth 29".
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GO 70.
A good pair of Gothic Revival decorative door hinges. These have been bead blasted and powder coated for outside use.
Height 47.5 incl. hinge, Width 32".
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GO 71.
An early Whytock Gothic Revival coffee table before they became Whytock and Reid and before coffee arrived in the UK.
Approx Meausements Height 20" , Width 36" , Depth 20".
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GO 72.
A pair of Gothic Revival hinged alter gates with superior carved floral details attributed to Alfred Waterhouse.
Height 31.5" , Width fully open 45".
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GO 73.
A.W.N Pugin. An important early oak desk. Circa 1845.
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GO 75
An unusually tall chest of ten drawers attributed to Lambs of Manchester.
Height Approx 5' 10", Width " Depth ". Circa 1880.
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GO 76
Attributed to Gillows of Lancaster. A rare Gothic Revival geometric architect's desk, with a cupboard to one side and a bank of five drawers to the opposite side with a sliding top opening to reveal compartments for storing drawing utensils.
Height 30"/76cm , Length 36"/94cm. Circa 1870s.
£4500.

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GO 77
A rare Gothic-Aesthetic Movement Burr Pine Bedroom suite with stylised floral stencil details made by Dyer and Watts of Islington who exhibited a similar wardrobe at The Paris Exhibition of 1867 which was purchased by The Empress of France. A passage from the Art Journey supplement 1867 about that wardrobe they exhibited states :- the stencilled decoration 'as refreshing to the eye as if the woods had been of the rarest and most costly'. Dyer and Watts who later became Dyer Harper and Dyer, made top quality furniture with stencilled decoration, they were a lesser known maker with a smaller output than many other makers of that period.
Consisting of a treble wardrobe, dressing table, washstand, bedside cupboard and towel rail. The treble wardrobe with dental style cornice, full length mirror to the centre door flanked by two doors opening to reveal hanging space to the left hand side with a lower drawer. To the right double hanging space above retaining one original linen slide with six drawers below.
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GO 78
A good quality three piece bedroom suite, made by Ogdens of Manchester, an important maker of high quality decorative furniture. The stylised floral painted designs are in the style of Dr Christopher Dresser who he may have designed furniture for.
Consisting of a treble wardrobe opening to reveal three large upper linen slide drawers with two small over two wider drawers below, and full length hanging space with smaller lower drawer behind the right hand side door.
A large white marbled top kneehole washstand/dressing table with three upper drawers and two generous size cupboards to each side.
and a single bedside cabinet.
Wardrobe height 84", Width of Cornice 76" , Depth of Cornice 25".
Washstand height 64", Washstand Width 54", Washstand Depth 23 1/4". Circa 1870's
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GO 79
A Gothic Revival oak folding screen with hand painted leaded glass in the manner of Morris and Co. The frame with incised decoration, turned gallery above and architectural arched feet.
Height 4', Width Closed 27", Width Open 54", Depth of feet 18 1/2". Circa 1880.
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GO 80
A good quality Aesthetic Movement centre table.
Height 28 1/4", Width 36", Depth 36". Circa 1880.
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GO 81
A Gothic Revival Oak Davenport in the style of A.W.Pugin. The carving throughout this piece is exceptional, I particularly like the little acorn that has fallen leaving it's empty shell which can be seen in images 17, 18 and 19. The linenfold details are finely executed. The side cupboard door with further Linenfold detail opens to reveal four graduated drawers.
Height 36", Depth 27", Width 22 3/4".
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GO 82
A Reformed Gothic oak side cabinet, in the manner of John Pollard Seddon. With seven Minton Shakespeare series tiles designed by John Moyr Smith. A carved armorial, stylised brass hinges.
Height 53", Width 48", Depth 21". 134cm high, 125cm wide, 52cm deep. Circa 1880.
Carved with the shield and crest of OXLEY.
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GO 83
A good quality Gothic Revival double wardrobe attributed to Lambs Of Manchester with castellated cornice, stylised brass hinges and handles to the doors which open to reveal full hanging space including a full width internal lower drawer.
Height 82 1/2", Width of cornice 50", Depth of cornice 25 1/2". Circa 1885.
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GO 84
A well designed superior quality Anglo-Japanese desk. under research.
Height 30", Width 48 1/2", Depth 36". Circa 1870.
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GO 85
A pair of good quality Gothic Revival oak 3' wide beds with carved Gothic arch details to the head boards and exposed pegged details to each side, the foot boards with turret style posts.
£SOLD.
Circa 1900.

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GO 86
A good quality early Gothic Revival inlaid oak chest of drawers.
Height 42", Width 42", Depth 21 1/2". Circa 1870's.
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GO 87
A well designed Gothic Revival Walnut sidetable attributed to Collier and Plunkett with carved 45 degree details to the under side of the top and very precise scroll carved details to the protruding top supports. The legs with square, turned detail and octagonal details which unite the lower shelf and four turned stretchers.
Height 27", Width 22 3/4", Depth 22 3/4". Circa 1870's.
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GO 88
A well designed Gothic Revival octagonal table attributed to E.W.Godwin. The legs united by a cross stretcher which follows through the lower legs with a pegged joint. Original brass label :- S E and R Johnson. Warrington. Established 1837.
Height 27", Width 29", Depth 29". Circa 1880.
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GO 89
A Gothic Revival oak cricket table with ring turned legs united by detailed stretchers with a central sphere and a corresponding smaller sphere to the base.
Circa 1880.
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GO 90
Gothic revival oak over mantle mirror in the manner of Bruce Talbert with paper label to rear :- T. Simpson and son, 15 to 17 Waterhouse St, Halifax.
Width 5' 10" Height 1' 7". Circa 1875.
£350.

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GO 91
A large Gothic Revival gilt and incised mirror with full width, 10" deep narrow rectangular planter incised in the same style (planter not shown the planter fits to the base). I do have all the turnings for the top and this mirror will need some re-gilding.
It measures approx 10' 10" tall and 64" wide with the planter. Circa 1870.
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GO 92
A good quality Gothic Revival oak knee hole partners desk of with twin cupboards, stylised blind fret carved floral details to the door tops with ring pull handle. The opposite side with two banks of four drawers and swan neck handles. The ends with carved florets centralised in diamond carvings with finely carved fleur de lys to each corner, the whole on a plinth base.
Circa 1885.
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GO 93
Attributed to W.R.Lethaby. A good two drawer Gothic Revival/Aesthetic library table by Marsh Jones and Cribb (Late Kendal works) with original paper label to the underneath. Marsh Jones and Cribb were important furniture makers in Leeds in a similar league to Gillows of Lancaster specializing in Medieval or Gothic Revival furniture, they made from C1865 under licence to Charles Bevans his famous 'New Registered reclining chair' and Bevan designed for them until C1867. M.J and C' made all the furniture for the marital home of Titus Salt Junior in Basildon near Saltaire and also made furniture to the designs of Bruce Talbert. W.R. Lethaby became their head designer in the 1880's.
Height 31", Width 2'1" 63cm, Length 6'1" 184cm.
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GO 94
A matching dining table to the above Library table also made by Marsh Jones and Cribb with original paper label to the underneath.
Width 4'1" 122cm deep, Length 6'1" 184cm. Length just along the straight side before the D ends 4' 6". C1880's.
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GO 95
A Gothic Revival hanging oak bookcase with exposed through tennon joints to the sides with a crossed wedge to each joint, crisply cut trefoils with a small groove to the back of the shelf for displaying plates.
Length 35", Hieght 20", Depth 9". Circa 1880.
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GO 96
Gothic revival Oak hallstand/seat in the style of Dr C. Dresser. Circa 1875.
Height 84", Width 42", Depth 15 1/2". Circa 1890.
£2800.

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GO 97
A pair of Gothic Revival brass flower vases designed by A.W.N. Pugin with stylised pieced handles and engraved 'St Mary's Parish' to the base.
Measurements Height 14", Width across handles 8". Circa 1895.
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GO 98
A Gothic Revival oak serving table with finely carved centre panel of Vines, foliate and grapes good quality throughout with exposed pegged joints in the style of the Simpson's of Kendal.
Height 36", Width 60", Depth 23 1/2". Circa 1880.
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GO 99
An oak Gothic Revival sidetable by Jas Shoolbred, with raised detail to the top and unusual circular and turned cross stretcher details with quartered circles to each corner.
Height 28", Width 20", Depth 16". Circa 1880's.
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GO 100
A good Gothic Revival oak bookcase/sideboard with an oil painting to the top depicting a Pre-Raphaelite head of a child, flanked by semi-circular shelves and an open shelf below with two divided spaces below and three drawers below those and two cupboards to the base.
Height 64 1/2", Width 51", Depth 17". Circa 1880's.
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GO 101
A good quality petite Gothic Revival oak bench.
Height 35" Width 49 1/2", Depth 19 1/2". Circa 1900.
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GO 102
A good quality Gothic Revival bedside cupboard with carved floret to the back, ebony tramline details to the sides.
Height 32 1/2", Width 15", Depth 14 1/2". Circa 1880's.
£380.

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GO 103
A Gothic Revival oak bedside cupboard with inlaid details throughout and 45 degree planking to the sides.
Circa 1880.
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GO 104 SOLD
A large Arts and Crafts carved oak bookcase with stylised foral, berry and leaf carving to the cornice and to the middle edges with good quality stylised brass handles.
Height 8', Width 8'1", Depth of base 17 1/2". Circa 1890.
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GO 105 SOLD
A good quality Gothic Revival two drawer desk.
Length 41 1/2", Depth 20". Circa 1870's.

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GO 106 SOLD
A monumental Gothic revival Oak sideboard with superb stylised floral carvings throughout, the top with central arched and carved pediment surmounted by ebonised turned gallery and turned finials at each side with large mirror below flanked by smaller conforming mirrors and upper conforming turnings divided by twin shelves with turned and ebonised supports and arched ends with zig zag details and the large serving area flanked with further ebonised turned galleries, one large centre drawer flanked by two smaller drawers with carved stylised crosses and brass drop handles, the centre double cupboard flanked by two further cupboards all with conforming stylised floral carved details inside 45 degree angles with tramline details and further carved details and stylised crosses to each corner, each cupboard is separated by shaped supports with feather carved details following down to protruding feet.
Circa 1875.
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GO 107 SOLD
A well designed architectural oak Gothic Revival dining/library table in the style of John Pollard Seddon.
Height 33", Width 32 1/2", Length 54". Circa 1880.
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GO 108 SOLD
A Gothic revival Oak sideboard/buffet made by Edwards and Roberts with carved leaves to each top corner and trefoil details to the back and wonderful stylised floral carved details at 45 degree angles and quatrefoils to each corner, 1 large centre drawer flanked by two smaller drawers all with carved ribbon details and a pair of cupboards below with further quatrefoil carved details to the centres with a shield the left hand side opening to reveal drawers and the right hand side opening to reveal a zinc lined drawer for storing wine quality oozes throughout this magnificent work of Art as one would expect from a superior company. Edwards and Roberts stamped to centre drawer.
Height 5' 9", Depth 27", Width 6' 7". Circa 1875.
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GO 109 SOLD
A set of three oak Gothic Revival desk top bookslides with quatrefoil carved details to each end and each one slides to accept more or less books.
Length closed 21", Length fully extended 33" Depth 8", Height 8". Circa 1860's.
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