Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
FURNITURE BY MORRIS AND CO. 449 OXFORD ST. LONDON.

CH WM 3
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co, a mahogany ‘Saville’ armchair, with wavy square arms spindles and on swollen front legs with later conforming casters. Professionally re upholstered in a high grade Morris and Co upholstery fabric by Sandersons.
Height 35", Width 26", Depth 28"
C1885.
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CH WM 4
A good quality Aesthetic Movement Mahogany chaise longue attributed to Morris and Co. with stylised carved florets to the upper resting supports and spiral turned details to the upper back legs and to the cross stretcher, with bulbous fluted legs on original brass and ceramic castors. We have had this professionally re upholstered using original traditional methods with horse hair in quality modern soft blue moquette.
Height 29", Width 68"
C1885.
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CH WM 5 and BC 4
Morris and Co. Designed by George Jack. A super quality breakfront walnut open bookcase with dentil moulding to the top shaped skirt on shaped feet the latter a signature of Jack's.
Height 50 1/2", Width 74", Depth 15" to centre
C1890.
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CH WM 6
Morris and Co. 449 Oxford Street. A Walnut chest of drawers and a small linen press.
Chest Height 42" , Width 36" , Depth 24".
Linen Press Approx measurements Height 60" , Width 34" , Depth 24".
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CH WM 7
Morris and Co. Designed by George Jack. A superior quality walnut side table.
Height 27", width 24", depth 15".
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CH WM 8
Set of ten Morris and Co oak dining chairs with drop in seats, designed in the offices of Richard Norman Shaw, possibly designed by W. Lethaby. These have been restored, all gently knocked apart, joints cleaned, glued, re assembled and clamped refinished, waxed a few have been professionally re-upholstered in a quality leather.
Circa 1890.
£POA.
The two below match well except they don't have seats and they could be converted to make up a set of twelve.
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CH WM 9
A set of four Morris and Co rush seat oak dining chairs and a pair with drop in unpholstered seats, designed in the offices of Richard Norman Shaw, possibly designed by W. Lethaby.
These will match in with the above set to make an even larger set of 16 or I will sell them as set of 10, 4 or 2.
Circa 1890.
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CH WM 10
A set of ten and a set of four Morris and Co dining chairs designed in the offices of Richard Norman Shaw, possibly designed by W. Lethaby. The ten and four match very well and could be used as a set fourteen. These chairs have all been restored and are all ready for upholstery.
Circa 1900.
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CH WM 11
Morris and Co, Philip Webb attributed, a set of seven Classic Arts & Crafts Sussex chairs consisting of two armchairs and five side chairs. This set has been fully restored, ie dismantling the chairs, cleaning all the joints, re glueing and clamping overnight. This should always be completed before the new rush is laid because if the chair becomes loose at the joints afterwards, then the rush would have to be cut off to repair the chairs. I have had the rush professionally renewed.
Armchairs measure height 34", width of arms 21", depth 16 1/2".
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CH WM 12
Morris and Co, a pair of ebonized and rush seat side chairs from the Sussex range designed by Dante Gabriel Rossetti with fine fan back spindles and turned legs. We can have new rush seats laid if required at a cost of £200 each, this includes dismantling the chairs, cleaning all the joints, re glueing and clamping overnight. This should always be completed before the new rush is laid because if the chair becomes loose at the joints afterwards, then the rush would have to be cut off to repair the chairs. You can see various rush seat chairs where I have had the rush renewed on my site here for an idea of how they would look restored.
Height 34", Width 17", Depth 16"
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CH WM 13
Morris and Co. rare set of five Arts & Crafts ebonized star back Sussex chairs designed by Ford Maddox Brown. Consisting of one armchair and four singles covered in a Morris Vine fabric.
Armchair measures: Height 35", width 20", depth 19".
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CH WM 14
Ford Maddox Brown. An ebonized Arts and Crafts single star back Morris Sussex chair.
Late 1800s
Dimensions: H 35', W 17', D 17'.
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CH WM 15
A William Morris Sussex rush seat armchair. I have restored and it has been professionally re rushed. Of all the specific minor improvements in common household objects due to Morris, the rush-seat Sussex chair perhaps takes the first place.
Height 34", width 21", depth 16".
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CH WM 16
A William Morris Sussex rush seat armchair. Of all the specific minor improvements in common household objects due to Morris, the rush-bottomed Sussex chair perhaps takes the first place. It was not his own invention, but was copied with trifling improvements from an old chair of village manufacture in Sussex. With or without modification it has been taken up by all the modern manufacturer's and is in almost Universal use. This is one of the matching pair.
Height 36", width 22", depth 18".
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CH WM 17
A pair of Morris and Co rush seated armchairs, designed by Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
Circa 1880's.

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I do have pair of singles in stock below.
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CH WM 18
A pair of Morris and Co chairs designed by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, matching the above pair of armchairs.
These are originally rush seated and can be re rushed to match above if required.
Circa 1880's.
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CH WM 19
Sussex chairs by Morris and Co.
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CH WM 20
A run of William Morris Sussex chairs, it is rare to find this number together and made in beech and oak, consisting of nine chairs in stock and five armchairs, with an associated armchair of the period, see last image. I will sell individually.
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CH WM 21
A good quality Arts and Crafts Morris Style reclining armchair made by Jas Shoolbred of Tottenham Court Road. We have a near pair for this.
Circa 1900.
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CH WM 22
A pair of oak reclining armchairs after a design by Phillip Webb, made by Jas Shoolbred. These armchairs are close to the original design by Phillip Webb. Shoolbred were certainly one of the better furniture makers in London in the late Victorian and Edwardian periods, they had workshops at Tottenham Court Rd. London.
Professionally re - upholstered in A Morris and Co Chrysanthemum fabric.
Circa 1890.
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CH WM 23
An Arts and Crafts reclining armchair after a design by Phillip Webb and made by James Shoolbred with original brass and ceramic castors.
Circa 1890.
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CH WM 24
George Jack. Morris and Co. A pair of Saville armchairs.
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CH WM 25
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co., a mahogany 'Saville' chaise longue, re-upholstered in green velour, on mahogany legs with brass casters, 174cm long
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CH WM 26
A Morris and Co armchair, professionally re upholstered in a quality Morris 'Cabbage and Vine' fabric.
Circa 1900
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CH WM 27
A good quality bobbin turned corner chair of generous proportions attributed to Morris and Co the seat covering has now been removed and ready for upholstery original brass castors.
Height 30", Width of seat 24" x 24". Circa 1875.
£SOLD.
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CH WM 28
An Aesthetic Movement rush seat armchair designed by Robert Eddis.
Circa 1880.
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CH WM 29
An Aesthetic Movement cane seated armchair by Morris and Co with circular cane seat. A variant is illustrated in the Liberty Yuletide Gifts catalogue.
Circa 1880.
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CH WM 30
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.
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CH WM 32
An ebonised ‘turner’s’ rocking chair, in the style of Philip Webb, with turned half wings and a re-rushed seat. The bobbin turned details of this chair are quite similar to the famous reclining armchair designed by Philip Webb in 1866.
Height 117cm. Circa 1880.
£POA.
(The Phillip Webb armchair shown with the rocker is now sold)
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CH 33
A pair of Mahogany armchairs in the style of Morris and Co with inlaid details through out, ready for upholstery.
Circa 1900.
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CH WM 50 SOLD
Philip Webb (attributed) for Morris and Co., an Aesthetic Movement mahogany sofa, upholstered in ‘Bird’ fabric designed by William Morris. Exhibited at the Liberty and Co. Exhibition, June 2009, no. f13 Circa 1866-70's. Height 42" 107cm, Width 73" 185.5, Depth 26 1/2" 66cm.
SOLD to English Heritage, awaiting collection.
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CH WM 51 SOLD
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co., a pair of mahogany ‘Saville’ armchairs, circa 1890, with wavy square arm spindles, on swollen front legs
Height 93cm Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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CH WM 52 SOLD
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co., a mahogany 'Saville' armchair, circa 1890, with wavy square arm spindles, on swollen front legs with later conforming casters, with original cotton mohair damask Crown Imperial pattern upholstery designed by William Morris and registered on 18th November 1876, 93cm high (the casters now replaced) See Parry, Linda 'William Morris' Exhibition catalogue:VandA 1996, p. 178-179, no. J.32 for a 'Saville' armchair in the Victoria and Albert Museum. Also see Parry, Linda 'William Morris Textiles', p. 150, fig. 22 for this upholstery. It is rare to find Morris furniture still with the original fabric.
Circa 1900.
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CH WM 53 SOLD
Morris and Co., A Saville three piece suite, consisting of a Mahogany two seater settee, Ladies armchair and a Gentleman's armchair identical to the ladies version except with elongated arms. Superior quality made by Morris and Co and designed by George Jack.
Settee Width 124cm, Ladies armchair 83cm. Gentlemans armchair 91cm. Circa 1890.
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CH WM 54 SOLD
Morris and Co., a Mahogany armchair designed by George Jack.
Height 94cm. Circa 1890.
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CH WM 55 SOLD
Phillip Webb for Morris and Co. Two important adjustable ebonised armchair's designed in 1866 with arched arms and legs united by bobbin turnings with adjustable back and bobbin turned stretchers on brass and ceramic castors.
Circa 1866.
£SOLD.
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CH WM 56 SOLD
A pair of William Morris Sussex rush seat armchair.
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CH WM 57 SOLD
THE SUSSEX RUSH-SEATED CHAIR
Of all the specific minor improvements in common household objects due to Morris, the rush-bottomed Sussex chair perhaps takes the first place. It was not his own invention, but was copied with trifling improvements from an old chair of village manufacture in Sussex. With or without modification it has been taken up by all the modern manufacturer's and is in almost UNIVERSAL use. But the Morris pattern of the later type (there were two) still EXCELS all others in simplicity and elegance of proportion. "Life of William Morris" Prof.J.W.Macktail. An appendage to an advertisement post-1899.
Circa 1865 and into the 20th Century.
£SOLD.
All three are now sold.
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CH WM 58 SOLD
A pair of Sussex side chairs by Morris and Co. We always have New Sussex chairs coming in regularly so please email me your requirements
Circa 1890.
£SOLD.
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CH WM 59 SOLD
A Morris and co armchair professionally re upholstered in a quality Morris fabric.
Circa 1900
£SOLD.
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CH WM 60 SOLD
A rare Morris and Co Sussex three seater.
Circa 1890.
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CH WM 61 SOLD
A quality set of six oak Arts and Crafts dining chair's in the manner of Morris and Co.
Circa 1910.
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CH WM 62 SOLD
Philip Webb for Morris and Co, a rare sheet music or folio stand.
See Sothebys ‘The Best Of British Design from the 19th and 20th centuries. The Selling Exhibition’ London 14-20 March 2008. PR69.. A similar whatnot can be seen in an 1879 photograph of the Morris and Co shop window at 449 Oxford St.
1890
Dimensions: H 60', W 16.25', D 16.25'.
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CH WM 63 SOLD Designers and Makers 164
Morris and Co. (attributed), two similar Aesthetic Movement ebonised circular wine tables, one with Ashbourne Pietra Dura top a method where Slate is inlaid with Mother of Pearl, semi-precious stones and marble with a flower bouquet, the other top plain ebonised, each with a shaped frieze, square section supports, an undertier with pierced gallery and curved brackets, 64cm high, 46cm diameter This marble top is identical to a table designed by George Jack for Morris and Co that is illustrated in Andrews, John 'Arts and Crafts Furniture' Antique Collectors Club, p. 60, pl. 57.
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