Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Firescreens, Buckets and associated utensils

FSB 3
Thomas Jeckyll. A rare Anglo-Japanese Tinder brass box designed to compliment his famous fire places he designed for Barnard Bishop and Barnard.
This one is sold. But we do have one more in stock, please enquire for details.
£POA.

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FSB 4
A rare brass fender designed by Thomas Jeckyl with pierced Japanese style decoration and adjustable air vents to the sides.
Height 6 1/2", Length 57", Depth 13". Circa 1870.
£POA.

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FSB 5
An Anglo-Japanese brass and cast iron fender with river birds feeding amongst foliage. Attributed to Thomas Jeckyll.
Height 6 1/2", width 44", depth 12".
£POA

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FSB 6
An Arts and Crafts wrought iron fire grate.
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FSB 7
A W S Simpson of Kendal. A good pair of Arts and Crafts oak bellows with Celtic interlacing carving.
Height 34 1/2", Width 10 1/2".
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FSB 8
Gordon Russell. A set of Cotswold School hand wrought iron fire utensils.
Dogs. Height 10", Width at feet 6", Depth 7 1/2".
Poker.Height 20".
Brush. Height 18".
Shovel. Height 12 3/4".
Tongs. Height 14 1/2".
£SOLD

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FSB 9
An exceptional Arts and Crafts brass and steel fire screen and matching brass fire dogs by the Birmingham Guild Of Handicraft.
Fire Screen Height 38", Depth of feet 12", Width of brass rail 24.5",
Fire dogs Height 16", Depth 10.5", Width at feet 5.5"
£POA.

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FSB 10
Thomas Jeckyl. A rare brass fender.
Height 6 1/2", Length 57", Depth 13". Circa 1870.
£POA.

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FSB 11
A fine quality Arts and Crafts set of brass fire dogs and matching utensils.
Fire dogs Height 12", Depth 9", Width at feet 6 1/2".
Utensils Length 27 1/3", Spade width 6".
£POA.

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FSB 12
A good Arts and Crafts copper fender with Ruskin Jewels.
Length 41 1/2", Depth 16 1/2". Circa 1900.
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FSB 13
A good set of four Arts and Crafts hand made fire utensils with dogs heads and zig-zag dot and line chased details, each piece is quite long and therefore naturally protects you from the heat of the fire. With a pair of matching fire dogs.
Utensils Length 39", Spade width 6 3/4".
Fire dogs Height 16 1/4", Depth to scroll 12", Width at feet 10".
£POA.

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FSB 14
A set of three Arts and Crafts brass fire utensils.
Poker Length 27", Spade Length 29", Width 4 5/8", Tongs Length 28".
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FSB 15
A matching Arts and Crafts fire place set with an adjustable club style fender with a seat to each side. The seats pop off with storage below including the original matching fire screen with embossed galleons and shields. (fire insert is sold).
Fender seat Height 16", Depth of seats 16", Width of seats 9 1/4".
The actual fender slides inbetween the bottom of the seats, the overall maximum Length with the seats in place is 72", Minimum Length with seats in place is 56 3/4", .
Firescreen Height 37", Width 21", Depth of feet 8".
£POA.

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NA 14 and FSB 16
Dr C Dresser, made by Benham and Froud. A Gothic Revival oak coal box with floral iron metal work.
C.1880
£POA.

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FSB 17
Dr Christopher Dresser. A rare coal box designed made by Benham and Froud.
Circa 1870's.
£POA.

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FSB 18
A good Gothic Revival oak coalbox attributed to Dr C Dresser and made by Benham and Froud
Height 17 1/2", Width 23", Depth 12". Circa 1880's.
£POA.

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FSB 19
Dr Christopher Dresser. An oak coalbox made by Benham and Froud.
Height 19", Width 18", Depth 19 1/2". Circa 1870's.
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FSB 20
Dr Christopher Dresser (attributed) for Benham and Froud, an Aesthetic Movement rectangular brass and wrought iron coal scuttle.
Height 29cm, Length 41cm, Depth 33cm. Circa 1870's.
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FSB 21
An Arts and Crafts firescreen attributed to John Pearson with hand forged iron frame and copper panel depicting a Swan within a shield within floral details.
Height 32" 82cm, Width 21" 54cm, Depth of feet 10" 25cm. Circa 1900.
£750.

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FSB 22
George Montigue Ellwood. A rare Arts and Crafts oak purdonium made by J S Henry. You can see similarities to the inlays on the two chairs below which were exhibited at The Dublin Museum Exhibition held in 1905.
Circa 1905.
£POA.

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FSB 23
An Arts and Crafts coal purdonium inlaid with stylised floral details with two handy drawers and pull coal box retaining the original liner on brass stylised floral castors.
Height 31 1/2", Width 20 1/2", Depth 14 1/2". Circa 1900.
£450.

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FSB 24
A Gothic Revival oak folding screen in the manner of Phillip Webb attributed to Morris and Co with hand painted leaded glass, incised decoration, architectural arched feet with turned gallery above.
Height 4', Width Closed 27", Width Open 54", Depth of feet 18 1/2". Circa 1880.
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FSB 25
A pair of Art Nouveau brass fire untensils consisting of a pair of tongs and shoval.
Height ", Width ", Depth ". Circa 1905.
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FSB 26
An Arts and crafts copper picture with a pair of Gazelles and stylised floral details.
Height 27", width 23". Circa 1910.
£150.

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FSB 27
An Arts and Crafts brass fire screen with a bevelled mirror and stylised floral detailing to the feet.
Circa 1900.
£250.

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FSB 28
Dr Christopher Dresser. A pair of brass fire dogs made by Benham and Froud.
Height 7 1/4, Width at the top 8". Circa 1900.
£350.

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FSB 29
Dr Christopher Dresser. A pair of brass fire dogs made by Benham and Froud.
Height 5 1/2", Width 7". Circa 1890.
£350.

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FSB 30
A good quality brass fender.
Height 15", Lenth 41", Depth 14". Circa 1900.
£350.

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FSB 31
An Arts and Crafts copper fender with riveted construction and repousse heart details inverted to the centre.
Height 55 1/2", Length 6 3/4", Depth 10 1/2". Circa 1900.
£450.

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FSB 32
An Arts and Crafts brass coal bucket with four stylised hand repousse hearts and hand forged iron feet stylised floral detailing to the feet.
Height 19", Width at top 12", Width at feet 9 1/2". Circa 1900.
£295.

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FSB 33
A good quality firescreen with dragon style heads and scroll feet even the mesh is made of brass with cold riveted construction.
Height 24 1/2", Width 29", Depth of feet 7". Circa 1910.
£350.

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FSB 34
An Arts and Crafts copper firescreen with repousse stylised floral details and hand wrought iron frame.
Height 27 1/2", Width 20", Depth of feet 9". Circa 1900.
£250.

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FSB 35
A good quality copper coal bucket with stylised Heart decoration, hand wrought iron handle and iron pad feet.
Height 12 1/2", Width at feet 14 1/2". Circa 1900.
£250.

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FSB 36
A good quality Aesthetic Movement brass fire screen.
Height 36", Width 24 1/2", Depth of feet 9". Circa 1880.
£250.

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FSB 37
An Arts and Crafts folding oak firescreen with stylised Ying Yang carved fretwork to the top on tapering legs with incised details.
Height 51", Width 22", Depth 11". Circa 1900. Height 30", Width at base 18" , Depth of feet 6".
£175.

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FSB 38
A good quality brass coalbox by Benham and Froud.
Height to top without handle 13", Length 18", Depth 11". Circa 1880's.
£550.

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FSB 39
Brass handwrought firescreen in the manner of W A S Benson with original Arts and Crafts Tapestry.
Height 39 1/2", Width 26", Depth of feet 9 1/2". Circa 1900.
£550.

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FSB 40
Liberty and Co. Three oak firescreens with stylised cut-outs to the top and pegged details. one with Successionist style embossed paper and the other two with plain fabric.
Length 23", Height 30", Depth of feet 4 1/2". Circa 1900.
£250 each.

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FSB 41
An Arts and Crafts brass and cast iron retractable fender which adjusts to any length.
Height ", width ".
£450.

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FSB 43
A copper firescreen with a repousse Galleon in full sail with 3 Ruskin jewels to the top and stylised cut-outs.
Length 28", Height 31", Depth of feet 6". Circa 1900.
£375.

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FSB 44
A copper firescreen with stylised floral repousse detail and hand wrought frame on tripod base.
Length 18", Height 29", Depth of feet 9 1/2". Circa 1900.
£275.

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FSB 45
A copper firescreen with an owl standing on the crescent moon beside a stylised tree, with buffooning clouds and a distant bolt of lightening.
Length 21", Height 18", Depth of feet 3 1/2". Circa 1900.
£275.

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FSB 46
A handwrought iron and copper firescreen with stylised repousse details.
Length 33", Height 32", Depth of feet 10". Circa 1900.
£350.

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FSB 47
An Arts and Crafts copper brass and iron fender with hand formed stylised floral details.
Length 17", Width 51 1/2'. Circa 1900.
£350.

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FSB 48
A Good quality Arts and Crafts cast brass Peacock trivit with fine details.
Circa 1900.
£350.

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FSB 49
An Arts and Crafts copper and iron log box with hand riveted construction, hand formed curled handles on pad feet.
Height 18", Width from handle to handle 22", Depth 10 1/2". Circa 1900.
£300.

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FSB 50
A fine quality Arts and Crafts copper coal bucket with hand repousse stylised floral details.
Height 17 1/2", Width at top 15", Width at feet 10". Circa 1900.
£450.

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FSB 51
An Aesthetic brass trivet with Peacock fret work on turned legs.
Circa 1890.
£350.

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FSB 52
A Glasgow school brass trivet attributed to M. Gilmour with stylised celtic interlaced details three angled legs with out swept feet.
Circa 1900.
£750.

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FSB 53
An Adzed carved oak firescreen made by Owlman with embossed and painted leather panel of a ship in full sail. Owlman was an apprentice to Robert 'Mousemsn' Thompson
Height 37" Depth of feet 9 1/2", Width from Owl to Owl 27". Circa 1930.
£450.

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FSB 54
An Arts and Crafts copper and wrought iron coal bucket with hand repousse sun and floral details and hand wrought stylised flowers to the front on scroll feet.
Height to top of handle at the back 27", Width from flower to flower 19", Depth 16". Circa 1900.
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FSB 55
An Arts and Crafts Glasgow Style brass and iron coal box with hand formed stylised Celtic details to the front and top.
Height 12", Width 21", Depth 14". Circa 1900.
£250.

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FSB 56
An Arts and Crafts copper log box with hand riveted construction.
Height 16", Width from handle to handle 23", Depth 15". Circa 1900.
£350.

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FSB 57
An Arts and Crafts Copper Fire bucket the top in the style of a sunflower with stylised handles to side.
Circa 1900.
£300.

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FSB 58
A Copper Coal bucket with hammered leaves and hand wrought iron handles.
Circa 1900.
£350.

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FSB SOLD 80
A beautiful Arts and crafts copper fender with hand formed Peacocks.
Circa 1900
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FSB SOLD 81
Ernest Gimson. A rare pair of polished steel and brass Arts and Crafts fire dogs designed by Ernest Gimson and made by Alfred Bucknell. The upper florets are cast in brass and silver plated. An original drawing by Gimson of a pair of pierced brass andirons based on 17th Century examples at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire have the identical upper florets.
They show Gimson's passion for using natural forms within his work, with leaves and flowering details.
Height 25 1/2" Width of head 9" Width at feet 10 3/4", Length 23".
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 82
An Arts and Crafts copper coal/log box with scroll arms to the top and wonderful stylised floral hand repousse joined leaf details to 2 sides and a single leaf detail the other two sides with it's liner and on shaped feet.
Height 20", Width at the feet 15 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 83
An Arts and crafts copper coal/log box with hand formed peacock to the lid, riveted corners with original patination in wonderful condition.
Height 14", Width 15". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 84
A good carved oak firescreen attributed to A. W. Simpson.
Height 34" Depth of cap 6", Width from cap to cap 24 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 85
A stunning copper and brass firescreen attributed the Birmingham Guild of Handicraft.
Circa 1890.
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FSB SOLD 86
A pair Robbins and Co Anglo-Japanese brass fire dogs designed by Jekyll.
Height 8 1/2", Width 5 1/2". Circa 1880's.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 87
Liberty and Co. A tall pair of bellows with Celtic interlacing attributed to Archibald Knox.
Height, 40 1/2", Width 9 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 88
A good quality Arts and Crafts brass folding firescreen with stylised Fluer De Leys centered with hearts and double mesh held in place with brass pins.
Approx Height 24", Approx Width open 30".
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 89
A superb quality made set of Arts and Crafts fire utensils by Gordon Russell.
Height 31", Width of base 8". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 90
A firescreen in the manner of George Montague Ellwood probably made by J.S.Henry with a painted snooker player chalking his cue, painted cue's flanking his sides and snooker balls to each corner with stylised floral fret work to the feet and with the motto 'When My Cue Comes Call Me' from Shakespears play 'A Midsummer Nights Dream'.
Height 39", Width 32". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 91
A Walnut coal scuttle with stylised floral brass metalwork retaining its original shoval, the design attributed Christopher Dresser and made by Benham and Froud.
Circa 1876.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 92
A super quality Peacock firescreen.
Circa 1895.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 93
A pair of Cotswold Style hand wrought iron fire dogs with brass spheres.
Circa 1890.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 94
A quality hand forged and hand wrought Arts and Crafts fire dogs and basket. and A wonderful cast iron Arts and Crafts fender.
Height of dogs 22", Width 30". Fender Length 44 1/2", Depth 15". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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FSB SOLD 95
A good Arts and Crafts log box with the sea God Neptune's mythical face in brass to each side and hand forged scrolls to the handles and corners.
Height 15", Width 16", Depth 13 1/2". Circa 1900.
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