Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Garden Seating, Tables and Garden Planters


Garden 6
A good pair of Aesthetic Movement cast iron garden tables with exquisite Swallows in flight within a roundel to each end and stylised floral details.
Circa 1870's.
Measurements without a top : Height 27 1/2", Depth 13", Width 36".
I can supply a pair of black marble tops I have had cut to size which measure approx 42" x 20" and 1" thick. These can be purchased separately with the two tables if required.
£POA.

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Garden 7
A Coalbrookedale ‘Medieval’ cast iron garden seat designed by Dr C Dresser in completely original condition. This particular model was named ‘Medieval’ and number 52 in the 1875 trade catalogue. This bench can be stripped then polished and lacquered for out side use or painted. The last image shows the side of one I have now sold which I had previously restored and painted which I am happy to carry out on this one if required. Note : Easily dismantled and shipped any where in the world where it can then be purpose made to a length in situ.
Measures: Height 35", depth between feet 20", width of ends 2", bench length 5’.
Circa 1880
£POA.
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Garden 8
Three seater garden bench in the manner of Christopher Dresser, with fantastic double sided Owl's to each end, pierced quatrefoils with swirling floral details below and a semi-circle with stylised floral detail within a rectangle, 3 identical panels to the back rest, finishing with a superb kick out back leg. Made by Falkirk foundry with original patented design sketch dated 13/06/1876.
£POA.
I have had this stripped of paint and rust and have had it professionally painted for outside use in a medium green colour.
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Garden 9
A Arts and Crafts wrought iron blacksmiths trellis herb planter hand formed with an arched top and five vertical rods all with decorative twist details and curled feet with a large open planting trough to the base.
A delight it will be planted and in full bloom :)
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Garden 10
Designed by Dr C Dresser for Colebrookedale A cast iron garden Canopy Seat named 'Waterplants'. This design no. 206162 was registered and patented by the Coalbrookdale Foundry at the Public Records Office on 18th February 1867 and is seat no. 45 in their 1875 casting's catalogue. This Canopy model is rare with apertures in the arms and to the upper back of the arms designed to hold the upright poles of a canvas canopy. The poles and canopy would need to be made because they are not present. The sides have now been dismantled for shipping. I do have another one available in stock to make a pair. Price in this listing is for one. It can be polished and lacquered for outside use or painted. It can also be purpose made to length.
Measurement of just the ends: Height 37 1/2", width between the feet 22", depth of each end 2".
Circa 1880.
£POA.
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Garden 11
A rare pair of early Gothic Revival cast iron garden bench ends designed by A.W.N. Pugin with foilate details which is somewhat hidden at the moment due to many coats of paint over the years but this will show much more detail once they have been gently bead blasted and powder paint coated. The last image here is to show how it can look when seating slats have been made. With or without wooden runners to the feet.
Circa 1850.
£POA.
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Garden 12
Coalbrookedale, The Lily Pad design. A pair of cast iron benches with fine fern leaf detailing, on angular legs with smaller lily style leaves to the legs. Signed C.B.Dale.Co. Registered Design Number No 217569. With a diamond date lozenge mark and No 47. I have images showing them before they were bead blasted and painted black.
The last four images showing them before they were bead blasted and painted black.
Circa 1880.
£POA.
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Garden 13
A stylish near pair cast iron garden tables by G Hufton of Birmingham with stylised floral details throughout, one has a straight stretcher and one has an arched stretcher a nice detail showing the name. I have shown one with a marble top. They have been gently bead blasted so as not to damage the surface when removing the old rust and then coated with powder paint designed specially to resist outside use.
Circa 1870's.
£POA.
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Garden 14
An Egyptian Revival garden bench with Sphinx heads to the tops wings and legs to the front and a pair of dragon like eagles face to face separated by a Lotus Flower with a scroll style lower stretcher.
Circa 1880.
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Garden 15
A rare cast iron Coalbrookdale double back to back garden seat to sit and look out over the river or to sit and look at the house. With mythical dragon style heads to the front arms, dragons paw feet and stylised floral details. When I purchased this double bench over ten years ago most of the seat rails were rotten so I borrowed a saw and cut it in half outside the shop ! Luckily the original top rail with 'OLD ENGLAND' carved into it was still in perfect condition which I have kept safe. The ends require stripping and painting to the colour of your choice, once this is completed we can make new slats to match the original quintessential ‘Old England’ top rail.
Circa 1870's.
£POA.
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Garden 16
A cast iron garden bench designed by Christopher Dresser and made by Coalbrookedale.
£SOLD.
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Garden 19
A terracotta jardinere designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co. Made by Mary Seton Watts, married tothe painter G F Watts. This is one of the first designs by Knox a simple celtic knot inspired from ancient celtic crosses where he grew up on the Isle of Man. Mary won awards from the Royal Botanical Society (Gold) and The Royal Horticultural society (Silver).
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Garden 20
A humorous planter with four little Elves or maybe Leprichauns in various poses, attributed to Leftco.
Circa 1900.
£POA.
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Garden 21
A rare set of stoneware garden ornaments and matching bird bath modelled with a pair of stylised Pelicans.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Garden 23
Liberty and Co. A rare Arts and Crafts stoneware bird bath.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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Garden 24
A rare classic Heals and Son Teak garden suite of superior design with square chairs that fit neatly away under the table taking up no more room than the table itself. This set has been completely restored all the chairs and the table have been dis-mantled, joints cleaned, new pegged joints glued and clamped and completely re-finished with 3 coats of exterior varnish ready for another 80 years of life.
Length 36", Width 36". Circa 1920-30's.
£SOLD.
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