Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Glazed Bookcases
BC 4
A good Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with display area to the very top with extended upper sides with two shelves for display. To the front inset with a pair of original cream, turquoise and green coloured Tulip tiles with stylised floral cut-outs below and also to the top left hand side and to the open display area at each side of the base. Adjustable book/display shelves to the left and a stain glass door with decorative hinges and handle with further adjustable shelves behind to the right.
Height 73" Depth at the top 14" Width at the top 55". Circa 1900.
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BC 5
A pair of Arts and Crafts oak glazed bookcases over a lower cupboard with stylised copper hinges and handles stamped with RD numbers for Circa 1906.
Height 77" Depth 14" Width 40". Circa 1900.
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BC 6
A good Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with Pewter and Ebony stylised floral inlays, stylised floral cut-outs to the upper sides and lower fronts. With upright architectural supports to each side mounted with turned discs. The doors opening to reveal adjustable shelves with a lower open shelf. Attributed to Wylie and Lochhead.
Cira 1900.
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BC 7
A good pair of Arts and Crafts oak bookcases with adjustable shelves, leaded glazed doors with circular details to the tops, the lower cupboards with stylised floral inlays using a combination of Pewter, Ebony and stained Sycamore, the whole standing on a double sweeping arch shaped base.
Height 73 1/2", Width of cornice 40", Depth of cornice 15 1/2". Circa 1900.
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BC 8
A Glasgow School oak bookcase attributed to E A Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead, with a Ruskin heart to the top and stylised butterflies with white Heart details to the stain glass, a very handy slide above the drawer with slatted details to the lower sides with display or book shelve to the base.
Height 71 1/2", Width at cornice 36", Depth at cornice 15". Circa 1900.
£SOLD
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BC 9
An Arts and Crafts oak glazed bookcase with stylised copper hinges and handles and adjustable shelves.
Height 77", Width 40", Depth 13 1/2".
Circa 1900.
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BC 10
A good Arts and Crafts oak bookcase attributed to Shapland and Petter with Nouveau style floral copper panels to the upper doors and stylised hinges to the lower centre panel, adjustable shelves to each of the lower openings.
Height 72", Width of cornice 60", Depth 17". Circa 1900.
£4500.
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BC 11
An Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with stylised upside down hearts to the stained glass doors and a little cupboard below, with sweeping base.
Height appros 5', Width Approx 3'. Circa 1905.
£1400.
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BC 12
A near pair of oak Arts and Crafts bookcases by Liberty and Co with two leaded glazed doors with adjustable shelves behind, with a single heart cut-out just above the lower open shelf. Extended shelves to each side with elongated supports uniting the cornice and shaped supports below. Both have identical copper handles, one has hinges and one doesn't and never did. One has a moulded detail to the cornice and the other is plain. I will sell singularly or as a pair.
Height 77", Width of cornice 55 1/2", Depth of cornice 14 1/2". Circa 1900.
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BC 13
Howard and Sons. An exquisite and fine quality (1/4 sawn) oak breakfront bookcase. The half moon cornice with dentil moulding with four upper glazed doors, each glazing bar with fine moulded details, with adjustable shelves to the centre section. Four cupboards below, each door with fielded panels with pigeon holes to the upper parts.
Height 85" 216cm, Width 53 3/4" 134cm, Depth at the centre 16 1/2" 42cm. Circa 1890.
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BC 14
An Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with a flaring cornice and teardrop stain glass leaded doors to the upper section with arched tops, a pair of drawers and a cupboard below.
Height 79", Width 48", Depth 17". Circa 1900.
£1500.
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BC 15
A rare Glasgow School cabinet designed by George Logan and made by Wylie and Lochhead. With pierced and carved stylised butterfly to the centre back and to the display area below, flanked by stylised floral carved details to the upper front ends. The lead glass panels in the sliding doors depict three pure white plump doves in flight and Harebells growing from the lower panels.
A bedroom suite designed by George Logan for the Wylie and Lochhead Pavillion Exhibition in 1901 also has Harebells and tiny little carved butterflys.
Height 48", Width 47", Depth 13 3/4". Circa 1901.
£SOLD.
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BC 16
A good quality Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with flaring cornice, Ebony and fruitwood inlay to the top and the centre, glazed and leaded doors opening to reveal adjustable shelves.
Height 74 1/2", Width 42", Depth 12 1/2". Circa 1900.
£POA.
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BC 17
A quality oak Arts and Crafts bookcase by Liberty and Co with stylised heart details and stylised copper handles flanked by side shelves with twin architectural supports united to the cornice. Two drawers to the centre with stylised copper handles with open shaped shelf to the bottom.
Width of cornice 48", Depth of cornice 13 1/2", Height 76 1/2". Circa 1895.
£POA.
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BC 18
A Pair of Liberty and Co glazed oak bookcases.
Height 76 1/2", Width of cornice 41", Depth of cornice 14". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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BC 19
A rare Gothic Revival corner bookcase attributed to Lambs of Manchester in the manner of J.P.Seddon with dot zig-zag inlay to the top and stylised foral details at each end with adjustable shelves flanked by decorative pillars with carved floral details inlaid with ebony dots. This is a restoration project.
Height 51 1/2", Length from corner to right hand end 58 1/4", Length from corner to left hand end 75 1/4", Depth 16 1/2". Circa 1900.
£700.
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BC SOLD.
A large Arts and Crafts carved oak bookcase attributed to The Simpsons of Kendal with outstanding stylised floral, berry and leaf carving throughout.
Height 8', Width 8'1", Depth of base 17 1/2". Circa 1890.
£SOLD.
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BC SOLD.
An Arts and Crafts bookcase by Liberty and Co with motto that reads :- "In Books For To Rede I Me Delight".
Height 76", Width of cornice 51", Depth of cornice 12". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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BC SOLD.
An Arts and Crafts oak bookcase by Liberty and Co. The bookcase is joined together by the central cap.
Height 4', Length together 10' 1 1/2", Depth 12 1/2". Circa 1880's.
£SOLD.
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BC SOLD.
A quality Arts and Crafts oak breakfront cascading waterfall bookcase by Liberty and Co, with subtle carved scrolls to each top end.
Height 54", Length 8' 8", Depth in the middle 13 1/4", Depth at the ends 10". Circa 1880's.
£SOLD.
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BC SOLD.
Ambrose Heal. An important historic Laurel wood glazed bookcase designed by Sir Ambrose Heal in 1929 from the signed series edition.
Height 78" 194cm, Width 36" 92cm, Depth 18 1/2" 47cm. Circa 1929.
£SOLD.
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BC SOLD.
A good early Arts and Crafts oak bookcase with angled supports and arched tops to the glazed upper doors with sophisticated tounge and groove dust barriers around the entire edges of both doors and sweeping detail to the lower front. Attributed to Arthur Simpson of Kendal. Stamped with 6933 to the upper back in the same way as The Simpson's of Kendal.
£SOLD.
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BC SOLD.
A quality Arts and Crafts oak bookcase by Liberty and Co.
Height 47", Length 72", Depth 10". Circa 1895.
£SOLD.
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BC SOLD.
A good Glasgow School Oak bookcase, attributed to E A Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead with an inlaid pewter heart with a sweeping arch to the base and on sledge feet.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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GO SOLD.
A monumental Gothic Revival Oak breakfront bookcase attributed to E.W. Pugin, possibly from Scarisbrick Hall in Lancashire. The cornice with castellated mouldings and three glazed upper sections each with twin doors with stylised iron strap hinges and castellated iron handles and drop down ring pulls.
Height 8' 8", Length 12' 6", the top depth in the centre section is 14 1/2" and 11" deep to each side section. The base depth is 18 1/2" to the centre section and 15" deep to each side section. Circa early 1870's.
£SOLD.
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BC SOLD.
A good quality Glasgow Style oak bookcase with Pewter, Ebony and Fruitwood stylised floral inlays.
Height 53", Width of cornice 46", Depth 13" at the cornice.
£SOLD.
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