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Designers and Makers 100
An Anglo-Japanese 6 inch by 12 inch blue printed tile, with gilding and a turquoise wash, of a Japanese woman playing a stringed instrument, probably by Royal Worcester, framed, 38cm long, 22.5cm wide overall
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Designers and Makers 101
An Anglo-Japanese ebonised tray, inset with a Chinese silk embroidery and with cast brass bamboo handles, 50cm long, 13cm wide
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Designers and Makers 102
A pair of Burmantofts Aesthetic onion shape vases, incised with flowerheads, with a yellow glaze streaking over orange, 30cm high (restoration to the necks)
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Designers and Makers 103
Howard and Sons, a Queen Anne revival oak breakfront library bookcase, with Queen Anne revivalist dentil cornice above four astragal glazed doors, four panel doors and a shaped skirt base, stamped 'Howard and Sons Ltd, Bernier St. No. 3469 2128', 216cm high, 136cm wide, 42cm deep Howard and Sons exhibited at the Great Exhibition in 1851 and in exhibitions in America and at the Paris Exhibition in 1900 they won two gold medals and a silver. They had the royal warrant and were commissioned to produce twenty four pieces for the Royal Collection and supplied a number of royal residences with pieces for their private collections.
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Designers and Makers 104
Howard and Sons, an Anglo-Japanese pitch pine hanging bookcase, possibly designed by Edward William Godwin, with paper label inside for 'Howard and Sons Ltd, Bernier StĂ. Although Godwin is not known to have designed for Howard's this piece is very pure design with thinned construction and has many design features relating to Godwin's hanging bookcases. For a fine Japanese cabinet by Howard and Sons see Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition'. PR49.
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Designers and Makers 105
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for William Watt, an Anglo-Moorish walnut desk, with a later tooled red leather inset top, blind fret frieze with two drawers, each end with a drawer, the tapered supports with shaped brackets, brass feet, 76cm high, 101cm wide, 61cm deep See sale Gardiner Houlgate 'Antique Furniture Works of Art' Wednesday 14th July 1999, lot 775, for this desk.
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Designers and Makers 106
Edward William Godwin (attributed) for William A. and S. Smee, an Anglo-Japanese walnut spindle back armchair, with a re-upholstered yellow leather seat, metal label, 87cm high. Godwin designed for W.A. and S. Smee, 89 Finsbury Pavement, London and his designs were exhibited by them at the Furniture Trades Exhibition in 1883. See Azlin, Elizabeth 'E.W. Godwin' London: John Murray, p. 22. The front legs and stretcher are almost identical to the next lot and the cloud shape detail to the top is comparable to the chairs in Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E. W. Godwin', p. 112
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Designers and Makers 107
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for William Watt, an Anglo-Japanese beech and caned armchair, 92cm high. An identical armchair with a William Watt label was purchased by Tony Geering and Martin Wolfson from the Auctioneers Warren and Wignall, Leyland approximately six years ago, now in a private collection.
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Designers and Makers 108
Edward William Godwin (attributed), possibly for Liberty and Co., a mahogany oblong table, with splay ring-turned supports, 75cm high, 80cm wide, 55cm deep. Godwin worked in the dress department at Liberty's and there have been two tea/coffee tables identical to the William Watt ones which have appeared on the market with Liberty and Co. labels. It is thought that Godwin may have designed some pieces and certainly influenced furniture design at Liberty's in the late Victorian period. See Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition' PR 32 for a washstand with similar leg treatment.
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Designers and Makers 109
Edward William Godwin (attributed) probably for Collinson and Lock, an Anglo-Japanese rosewood side table, the shaped moulded top with a moulded freize and fret brackets, the undertier with oval paterae carving within incised line borders and arched brackets to the splay feet united by a cross stretcher, 65cm high, 68cm diameter See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 152, illus. 216 for the paterae details; on a buffet design, p. 193, illus 313; on a hanging bookcase, p. 210, illus. 334; and on a small cabinet, p. 214, illus. 340
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Designers and Makers 112
Edward William Godwin (attributed) for Collinson and Lock, an Aesthetic Movement carved oak coal box, 47cm high, 31cm wide, 50cm deep. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 126, illus. 171, p. 127, illus. 172 and p. 99, illus. 119 for comparable finials. The incised scroll detail to the sides is also used by Godwin on a number of pieces.
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Designers and Makers 113
Edward William Godwin (attributed), a set of six simulated rosewood and caned dining chairs, 87cm high (two without the cane) See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 102, illus. 122. Chairs similar to this were known to be in the possession of both Godwin himself and Ellen Terry.
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Designers and Makers 114
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese walnut side chair, circa 1875, probably by William Watt, with a lattice back, a later overstuffed gilt embossed leather seat, on square part-fluted supports, 75cm high See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 113, illus. 137 for a comparable example. See also Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition', 14th-20th March 2008, PR33 for a comparable chair.
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Designers and Makers 115
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese ebonised side chair, circa 1875, probably by William Watt, with a lattice back, a later overstuffed leather seat, on square part-fluted supports, 74.5cm high See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 113, illus. 137 for a comparable example. See also Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition', 14th-20th March 2008, PR33 for a comparable chair.
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Designers and Makers 116
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for William Watt, a set of four Anglo-Japanese rush seat chairs. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 125, illustration 168
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Designers and Makers 117
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Aesthetic Movement ebonised and needlework three-fold screen, possibly by Collinson and Lock, worked in colours with birds amidst foliage, 164cm high, each panel 57.5cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 118
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for William Watt, an Old English or Jacobean ebonised curved back elbow chair, with a re-upholstered leather seat, on tapered supports with X-stretchers, 86cm high. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin' for similar chair with high stretchers. See also Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition', London 14th-20th March 2008, p. 53.
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Designers and Makers 119
Edward William Godwin (attributed), a golden oak small side table, possibly made by William Watt or Liberty and Co., with a mid level drawer and a shelf under, 77cm high, 46cm wide, 33cm deep. For similar see Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 146, illus. 210.
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Designers and Makers 120
A rare Anglo-Japanese walnut and lacquer 'Pagoda' side cabinet, possibly designed by E.W. Godwin, with Japanese fretwork back inset with Japanese lacquer panels, with mirror to the centre and stepped shelved arrangement with upcurves, with conforming Japanese lacquer panels to the doors which also have Japanese style embossed leather, and further Japanese lacquer panels in red to the drawers, and an arrangement of open shelves below with Anglo-Japanese supports on splayed legs, 125cm high, 127cm wide, 37cm deep. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 212, illus. 337; p. 214, illus. 340; p. 219, illus. 347; and p. 165, illus. 234
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Designers and Makers 121
Edward William Godwin (attributed), a mahogany four-fold screen, bevel glazed, with woven silk and velvet panels, 136cm high, each fold 52cm wide. This incorporates many design details of Godwin's Anglo-Japanese works. The woven silk and velvet panels as in the Godwin firescreen, lot 96. See also Christie's sale 'Important 20th Century Design' 26th May 2005, lot 51 for another Godwin firescreen.
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Designers and Makers 122
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese ebonised side chair, circa 1875, probably by William Watt, with a lattice back, a later overstuffed gilt embossed leather seat, on square part-fluted supports, 74.5cm high See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 113, illus. 137 for a comparable example. See also Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition', 20th March 2008, PR33 for a comparable chair.
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Designers and Makers 123
Edward William Godwin (attributed) probably for William Watt, a carved oak and ebonised spindle armchair, with later part gilt leather upholstery, 101cm high. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 126, illus. 171 for a comparable example.
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Designers and Makers 124
Edward William Godwin (attributed) probably for William Watt, a set of four dining chairs, 94cm high. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 126, illus. 171 for a comparable example.
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Designers and Makers 125
An Anglo-Japanese ebonised and carved coal purdonium, possibly by W. E. Nesfield or Edward William Godwin and possibly made by William Watt, 1870s, 110cm high, 40cm wide, 38cm deep. See Cooper, Jeremy 'Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors', p. 146, illus. 361. This purdonium shows similarities to a four-fold screen made for Richard Norman Shaw as a wedding present which is attributed to W.E. Nesfield.
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Designers and Makers 126
Edward William Godwin (attributed) probably for William Watt, an Anglo-Japanese ebonised armchair, with a re-upholstered leather seat and back, the casters stamped 'Copes Patent', 97cm high. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 106, illus. 127 for similar lattice work on a couch; p.109, illus. 130 for on a sofa; and p. 119, illus. 146 for a design for a settle
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Designers and Makers 127
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for William Watt, a rare Anglo-Japanese armchair, with a pad centred open curved back, downswept arms and a re-upholstered seat The design for this armchair was illustrated in William WattĂs Art Furniture Catalogue (1877, plate 3), priced at ˙3.10s.0d and a line drawing is illustrated in Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E. W. Godwin', p. 113 pl. 138. One can see that this armchair has identical legs and tramline detailing which also follows the side chair identically, sold by Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition', 14th-20th March 2008, see PR 33 for a comparable chair.
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Designers and Makers 128
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese ebonised chaise longue, with later part gilt tooled leather upholstery, turned supports and spindles, with casters, 69cm high, 171cm long.
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Designers and Makers 129
A rare and early Anglo-Japanese ebonised tall chest of drawers, circa 1875, with gilt painted swallow, stylised bamboo and plant forms with rosettes, with a later black marble top, the lower drawer a double, 147cm high, 59cm wide, 54.5cm deep The painted rosettes are in the manner of Edward William Godwin or possibly W.E. Nesfield.
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Designers and Makers 131
Edward William Godwin (attributed) for William Watt, an Anglo-Japanese ebonised display cabinet, 1870s, applied label, 146cm high, 85cm wide, 38cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 132
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese ebonised side chair, circa 1875, probably by William Watt, with a lattice back, a later overstuffed gilt embossed leather seat, on square part-fluted supports, 74.5cm high. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 113, illus. 137 for a comparable example. See also Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition', 14th-20th March 2008, PR 33 for a comparable chair.
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Designers and Makers 133
Edward William Godwin (attributed) for Collinson and Lock, a fine set of hanging oak wall shelves, 1870s, with turned supports, 102cm high, 100cm wide, 24cm deep See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', This wall shelf has almost the identical turnings to a drawing room cabinet made by Collinson and Lock, p.209, illus. 333 and also the Florence cabinet, p. 185, illus. 306. It also has the identical lower arched section to a wall shelf in the Collinson and Lock catalogue of 1871 and the same turning on chairs also from that catalogue.
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Designers and Makers 134
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese ebonised elbow chair, with a curved lattice back, a caned seat and turned supports with stretchers, 88cm high. Known as the Jacobean or Old English chair, probably made by William Watt. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 90, fig. 109 for a similar example. This model is a light variant of the armchair in keeping with Godwin's strict design philosophy in such that he would make furniture as light as possible and as strong as possible so that a maid can move pieces to clean and he likened to cane seats which were more hygienic. He was one of the very first to incorporate an element of hygiene into furniture design.
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Designers and Makers 135
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an ebonised low elbow chair, with a lattice back, a later overstuffed gilt embossed leather seat, on ring-turned legs with stretchers, 72cm high. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 113, illus. 137. The tramline details to the lattice back and arms are identical to the side chairs in this illustration.
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Designers and Makers 136
Edward William Godwin (attributed), probably made by William Watt, an early mahogany and inlaid single drawer chess table, 75cm high, 48cm wide, 37cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 137
Edward William Godwin (1883-1886) for Collinson and Lock, a walnut and glazed side cabinet, with open shelves below on brass sabots, stamped 'Collinson and Lock 7245', 182cm high, 193cm wide, 47cm deep. A design with much thought and consideration encompassing his Hygienic approach to furniture design and incorporating many similar details to his most famous Anglo-Japanese cabinets with open voids and spaces.
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Designers and Makers 138
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an oak hanging bookcase, with portrait medallion roundels in moulded vulcanite, 94cm high, 51cm wide, 15cm deep. This cabinet has some design features associated with Godwin's work. The tops are quite similar to the bookcases he designed for Dromore Castle, see Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 191, illus. 311.111 and a design for a buffet, p. 222, illus. 356 and in the left-hand corner of a line drawing for parlour furniture, p. 230, illus. 374.1. The elongated bottoms are a similar detail to hanging cabinets he also designed.
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Designers and Makers 139
A Reformed Gothic hanging bookcase, in the style of E W Godwin with a turned gallery and shelf, the door inset with a Minton 8 inch tile 'Rob Roy in Glasgow Tollbooth', 91.5cm high, 30.5cm wide, 19cm deep
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Designers and Makers 140
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886), an oak and brass 'Pagoda' gong stand, 78cm high, 67cm wide. See Christie's, London 'Important 20th Century Design', 26th May 2005, Sale no. 7130, lot 52 for an identical gong.
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Designers and Makers 141
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886), an Anglo-Japanese oak cheval mirror, 156cm high, 66cm wide. En suite with the last lot, this cheval has the identical sledge feet to the above gong with one Anglo-Japanese upper support.
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Designers and Makers 142
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese ebonised elbow chair, with a turned and lattice back, a re-rushed seat and turned stretchered supports, 90cm high.
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Designers and Makers 143
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886), a rare walnut Old English or Jacobean swivel armchair, with a lattice back and its original rush seat, probably made by Collinson and Lock.
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Designers and Makers 144
Edward William Godwin (attributed) for Collinson and Lock, an Anglo-Japanese rosewood sideboard, with Anglo-Japanese style engraved metalwork, with two glazed doors to the upper section, an open void to the centre and two panel doors below, on squashed bun feet, the metalwork stamped 'Elsley no. 7211', 192cm high, 160cm wide, 155cm deep. Elsley also made metalwork to the designs of C. F. A. Voysey.
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Designers and Makers 145
Edward William Godwin (after), a walnut square occasional table, made by Bruce and Smith, circa 1880, on ring-turned supports with an undertier, 70cm high, 40.5cm square. GodwinĂs original design for these coffee tables was plagiarised by many manufacturers of the day, many much inferior in design and quality. This particular variation has its own merits and is one of the better copies of the period. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 72, illus. 47 for the original.
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Designers and Makers 146
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for William Watt, a rare and important Anglo-Japanese walnut bookcase, circa 1871, with brass handles and shield style escutcheon, the lower cupboard with two sliding doors inset with painted panels attributed to Henry Stacey Marks, 217cm high, 99cm wide, 49.5 cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 147
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for Collinson and Lock, The Eaton Hall Cabinet, circa 1878, in rosewood, the scroll-carved broken arched Queen Anne pediment above a dentil and moulded frieze, with a pair of astragal glazed doors flanked by shelves beneath fielded panels, above a central drawer and semi-circular cupboards, the moulded top above a pair of panelled doors with an open panelled section beneath, on shaped splayed feet, japanesque engraved brass handles, hinges and lockplates, stamped 'Collinson and Lock, London 7480', the handles, hinges and lockplates all stamped 'Elsleys, Gt Portland St, London', 127cm (50in) wide , 225cm high, 41cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 148
Edward William Godwin (attributed) for James Peddle, a mahogany swivel office elbow chair, patented 1881, 89cm high. See Soros, Susan Weber 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 131, illus. 178
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Designers and Makers 149
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese ebonised double chair or settee, calico upholstered, 77cm high, 96cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 150
An ebonised upholstered armchair made by Oetzmann, after a design by E.W. Godwin.
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Designers and Makers 152
Edward William Godwin (attributed), an Aesthetic Movement circular wine table, the five turned legs united by an undertier, 46cm high, 33cm diameter The legs of this table are identical to those of the ebonised side tables that were made by William Watt. The use of five also points us towards Godwin's use of multiple legs on his tables.
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Designers and Makers 153
Edward William Godwin (attributed), a set of four Anglo-Japanese cane seat chairs, with incised turned details and Greek style front legs
Height 86cm. See Soros, Susan Weber, 'The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin', p. 88, illus 107 and p.96 illus 115 for comparable examples.
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Designers and Makers 154
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for William Watt, an ebonised beech and caned armchair, 92cm high. An armchair with an 'Heirloom' enamel label (William Watts representatives) was purchased by Tony Geering and Martin Wolfson from an auction by Warren and Wignall, Leyland approximately six years ago, now in a private collection.
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Designers and Makers 155
Lamb and Co., Manchester, an Aesthetic Movement ebonised and coromandel side cabinet, with a bevelled mirrored and shelved back, a glazed base with a spindle galleried undershelf, stamped to top edge of door, 219cm high, 111cm wide, 43cm deep Possibly designed by W. J. Estall. Lambs were one of the very best cabinet makers of the period: a pure Art Furniture company who's furniture designs were at the forefront in England in the late 1800s
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Designers and Makers 156
Lamb and Co., Manchester, a fine pair of ebonised and parcel gilt side chairs, possibly designed by WJ Estall.
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Designers and Makers 157
Lamb and Co., Manchester, an ebonised and coromandel side cabinet, possibly designed W. J. Estall, with a fret and mistletoe gallery, a shelf, a bevelled mirror, a velvet lined glazed cupboard and further galleried shelves, on turned supports, stamped mark, 123cm high, 106cm wide, 42cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 158
John Moyr Smith (attributed) for Collinson and Lock, a walnut and ebonised chaise longue, with triangular 'A' frame to one end, ebonised tramlines throughout, with a lower turned gallery and turned feet, the semi upholstered back with open turned gallery and incised zig-zag and dot details, 79cm high, 170cm long, 70cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 159
Yattendon (attributed), a good Arts and Crafts embossed copper cylindrical vase, with scroll foliage and twin loop handles, original patina, unmarked, 18.5cm high The handles here are identical to those used at Yattendon. The Yattendon school of copper smiths was established in around 1890 by Mrs Waterhouse, the wife of the renowned Victorian Architect Alfred Waterhouse whose best known example of architecture is The Natural History Museum in South Kensington.
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Designers and Makers 161
William Francis Dixon (1848-1928) for Clayton and Bell (1855-1993), an important Aesthetic Movement leaded and painted glass window panel, emblematic of 'Sculpture', 98cm high, 55cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 162
Carl Almquist (1848-1924) for Shrigley and Hunt, an Arts and Crafts painted and leaded window, of an angel standing with arms raised, 90cm high, 43.5cm wide. Almquist was a Swedish stained glass artist who came to London in 1870.
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Designers and Makers 163
An Aesthetic Movement leaded, stained and painted glass window panel, of a kneeling maiden and a sailing ship, titled 'Floriat' and initialled 'CB', in a recent oak frame, 159cm x 66cm overall.
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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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Designers and Makers 165
Philip Webb (attributed) for Morris and Co., an Aesthetic Movement mahogany sofa, upholstered in 'Bird' fabric designed by William Morris, 107cm high, 185.5cm wide, 66cm deep. Exhibited at the Liberty and Co. Exhibition, June 2009, no. f13.
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Designers and Makers 166
A good Gothic Revival oak, leaded and painted glass three-fold firescreen, in the style of Philip Webb and possibly by Morris and Co, with roundel and mistletoe decoration, lattice bobbin gallery and on curved supports with stretchers, 121cm high, 68cm wide (closed)
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Designers and Makers 167
An ebonised 'turner's' rocking chair, in the style of Philip Webb, with turned half wings and a re-rushed seat, 117cm high The bobbin turned details of this chair are quite similar to the famous reclining armchair designed by Philip Webb in 1866. See Whiteway, Michael and Gere, Charlotte 'Nineteenth-Century Design' London 1993.
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Designers and Makers 168
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 and cotton mohair damask Crown Imperial pattern upholstery designed by William Morris and registered on 18th November 1876, 93cm high.
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Designers and Makers 169
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co., a mahogany open arm chair, 94cm high.
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Designers and Makers 170
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co., a rare mahogany sofa, 124cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 171
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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Designers and Makers 172
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co., a mahogany gentleman's armchair, en suite with the next lot, 91cm high
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Designers and Makers 173
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co., a very rare mahogany 'Saville' lady's armchair, en suite with the previous lot, 83cm high.
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Designers and Makers 174
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co., a figured mahogany, chequer and line inlaid secretaire bookcase, with astragal glazing and serpentine shelves, the drop-down writing area with original inset leather flanked by canted inlaid stationery doors, further conforming inlays to the lower cupboard doors, on shaped plinth conforming to the inlaid details throughout, stamped 'Morris and Co 449 Oxford St', 200cm high, 133cm wide, 46.5cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 175
George Washington Jack for Morris and Co. (attributed), a mahogany shaped circular table, circa 1900, with a moulded edge over Moorish niches, part baluster turned supports united by an undertier, 68cm high, 59cm diameter For almost an identical table see the Morris and Co catalogue.
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Designers and Makers 177
Morris and Co. (attributed), an oak bobbin turned corner chair, in the manner of Philip Webb, old seat has been removed and is now calico, ready for upholstery, 77cm high.
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Designers and Makers 178
Morris and Co., a matched pair of ash and beech ladderback armchairs, 86cm high. See Cooper, Jeremy 'Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors', London 1987, p. 168, illus. 430.
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Designers and Makers 179
An Important Arts and Crafts bas-relief carved and polychrome painted walnut three-fold screen, of St Michael the Archangel, St Patrick? and St George, 179cm high, each panel 70cm wide. Evidently a commission with a definite theme in mind and represent three manifestations of the triumph of God over the Devil or/and of Good over Evil.
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Designers and Makers 180
A Bretby pottery 'simulated copper' glazed jardiniere on stand, impressed marks, no. 1866M, Rd. no. 547490, the stand no. 1809, with cabochon decoration, 87cm high overall (hairline crack to jardiniere) condition report
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Designers and Makers 181
Hugh Wallis (1871-1943) of Altrincham, a brass twin handled oval tray, with rose medallion decoration, stamped mark, 63cm long
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Designers and Makers 182
An Arts and Crafts oak and chequer inlaid wall cabinet, possibly by Harris Lebus, with shelves and a door, 89cm high, 36cm wide, 19cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 183
W. J. Neatby (attributed), a rare pair of mahogany inlaid occasional tables, with shaped and moulded circular tops on six slender legs making these tables a real hybrid in design. With a matching planter
72.5cm high, 63.5cm diameter
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Designers and Makers 184
Birmingham Guild of Handicraft, a hammered copper jardiniere, with brass scroll handles, mid 1890s, 28cm high See 'Arts and Crafts Metalwork', p. 38-39, cat. 21 for a similar pot with comparable handle treatment.
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Designers and Makers 185
John Pearson (fl.1885-1910), an Arts and Crafts copper twin handled oval tray, embossed with a broad fruit and foliage border, engraved initials and dated 'JP 93' twice, 60cm long
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Designers and Makers 186
John Pearson (fl.1885-1910), an embossed copper and cedar rectangular casket, circa 1905, marked 'J.P. 1905', 17cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 187
John Pearson (attributed), an oak and embossed copper book rack, 35.5cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 188
John Pearson (attributed), an Arts and Crafts hammered copper rectangular wall mirror, embossed with stylised plants and inset with 'Ruskin' pottery plaques, 46cm high, 65cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 189
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J.S. Henry, a mahogany armchair, formerly with a J. S. Henry label under George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) was a designer and interior decorator.
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Designers and Makers 190
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J.S. Henry (attributed), a mahogany and inlaid glazed display cabinet, stamped '301' over '4', 175cm high, 107cm wide, 41cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 191
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J.S. Henry, a satin walnut and inlaid armchair, original fabric, 131cm high.
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Designers and Makers 192
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J.S. Henry, a mahogany bureau, 138cm high, 67cm wide, 38cm deep. The handles are after a design by C.F.A. Voysey, who is also known to have designed for J.S. Henry.
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Designers and Makers 193
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J.S. Henry, a mahogany and inlaid armchair, with later red leather upholstery, 111cm high. A version of this chair seemingly identical, apart from the front leg treatment, appeared in a Wm. Birch advert in the Studio.
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Designers and Makers 194
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J.S. Henry, a mahogany, inlaid and leaded stained glass bureau, 126cm high, 99cm wide, 56cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 195
George Montague Ellwood (attributed), a mahogany and inlaid upright piano by John Brinsmead and Sons, London, 128cm high, 144cm wide, 68cm deep, (overhauled and restrung).
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Designers and Makers 196
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J.S. Henry, a pair of mahogany and inlaid circular lamp tables, 74cm high, 76cm diameter.
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Designers and Makers 197
J. S. Henry, a Glasgow School mahogany, inlaid and enamelled narrow cabinet, circa 1900, the navette panel of a stylised plant within a pewter border, on a pressed and bordered ground, a shelf and door with further shelves under, 150cm high, 71cm wide, 42cm deep The enamel is in the style of Jessie M. King executed for Liberty and Co., formerly with a label of J. S. Henry
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Designers and Makers 198
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J.S. Henry, an oak writing desk with sloping pen compartment just above the writing area flanked by stylised inlaid details of a pair of Quills in ink pots the inlays of fruitwoods and copper, with fold out divided letter compartments to each upper side, a well designed extended writing area with a pair of drawers below with open bookcases to each side. The handles to the pen, letter compartments and to the drawers are after a design by C.F.A. Voysey, who also designed for J.S. Henry.
108cm high, 95cm wide, 54cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 199
A set of six Arts and Crafts oak and inlaid dining chairs, possibly by J.S. Henry, with a rosewood heart inset with pewter clusters of hearts forming stylised flowerheads, 110.5cm high.
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Designers and Makers 200
George Montague Ellwood attributed for J.S. Henry, a green stained and inlaid two-tier shaped circular table, 68cm high, 51cm diameter.
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