Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Chairs Page 3. Rockers, Ladderbacks and The Cotswolds.

CH 51.
A pair of Arts and Crafts oak side chairs with inlaid Pewter hearts to the top.
£POA

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CH 52
An early oak ladder back armchair designed by Ernest Gimson and probably made by Edward Gardiner.
Circa 1900.
£POA.
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CH 53
A good American Arts and Crafts oak rocking chair, with a stylish curved and slatted back and a burgundy leather cushion.
Circa 1900.
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CH 56
An Arts and Crafts rocking chair originally designed by Ernest Gimson and probably made by Neville Neal. These were originally made by Edward Gardiner and Philip Clissett.
Ernest Gimson revived this ancient village craft, 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.
£SOLD.
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CH 57
A set of four good quality Arts and Crafts oak arched ladderback dining chairs in the style of the Barnsley workshops.
£950.
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CH 58
A good quality Cotswold School oak rocking chair by LIberty and Co and made by William Birch with turned finials graduating ladders and turned front legs with new re-rush seat.
Circa 1910.
£POA.
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CH 59
An American Arts and Crafts oak rocking chair attributed to L and J Stickley, superbly crafted and in wonderful original condition. This has now been professionally re upholstered in a quality light tan colour hide.
Circa 1910.
£SOLD.
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CH 60
Ernest Gimson. A beautifully made Cotswold School oak chair with original rushed seat in wonderful original condition.
See John Andrews, Arts and Crafts Furniture page 102.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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CH 61
Morris and Co. A pair of Arts and Crafts oak armchairs. A re-fined interpretation of the traditional English ladder back, with original rush seats. Circa 1885. These were not mass produced like the famous Sussex range and are very hard to find. See Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors by Jeremy Cooper Page 168 illustration 430 for an identical version.
Circa 1900.
£850 each.
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CH 62
A pair of Armchairs designed by E. Gimson and made by Gardener. Both chairs have now been re-rushed and look stunning.
Circa 1905.
£SOLD.
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CH 63
Set of six dining chairs called 'The Russell' designed by E.Gimson and made by Edward Gardiner, these chairs are in wonderful original condition with original rush and as tight as the day the were made.
Circa 1905.
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Ch 64
A set of five Cotswold School Arts and Crafts ladderback's called 'The Clisset' probably made by Edward Gardner late in his life, With scribed legs and dowelled at each joint.
I also have four closely matching armchairs in stock which can be seen above. I have shown the most suitable one of the three which would go perfectly with this set of five to make a set of six if required (last two images).
Circa 1905.
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CH 64a
Four Cotswold School Arts and Crafts ladderback armchairs called 'The Clisset' made by Edward Gardner, one is stamped on the inside leg. With scribed legs and dowelled at each joint. One has had some damage to the right side of the ladders but has been repaired well (Images attached). There are FIVE matching dining chairs below.
Circa 1890.
£POA.
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CH 65
A pair of Arts and Crafts rush seated chairs designed by Ambrose Heals. These chairs are part of one of the first bedroom suits he designed for Heals and Son. These chairs have Voyseys influence of Hearts and simplicity.
Circa 1898.
£SOLD.
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CH 67
A Liberty and Co Anglo-Japanese ladderback chair in the style of E.W.Godwin.
Circa 1890.
£POA.
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Ch 68
Four Arts and Crafts oak tri-pod chairs, interesting design in the manner of Arthur Simpson of Kendal with handles to the back and shaped seat all with exposed joints.
Circa 1900.
£350 each.
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CH 69
An Arts and Crafts Cotswold School armchair with lower shelf and pierced floral detail and exposed tennons.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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CH 70
An Oak Arts and Crafts hall chair with lift up seat and storage below, inlaid with Walnut, stained Sycamore and Tulip wood probably a University crest.
Circa 1900.
£550.
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An Arts and Crafts oak rocking chair with curved head rail, elongated back and turned front legs the rockers terminating in scrolled ends.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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A rare pair of rush seat ladder back armchairs designed by Sir Edward Lutyens.
£SOLD.
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A set of four oak Arts and Crafts rush seat dining chairs made by Heals and Son with wonderful lattice backs.
Circa 1920.
£SOLD.
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A set of four oak Arts and Crafts dining chairs by Heals and Sons with lattice back details drop in seats and square turned legs.
Circa 1900.
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