Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
An Exhibition of furniture designed by George Walton and the Glasgow Boys
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GW Ex 20.
George Walton.
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GW Ex 21
George Walton. A rare and important desk almost identical to the desk Walton designed in 1898 for Sidney Leetham for the Morning Room in Elm Bank, a major interior commission in York.
Height 45" , Width 52.5" , Depth 32".
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GW Ex 22.
George Walton attributed. An Arts & Crafts inlaid oak side table, with stylised cut-outs to the upper shelf and three spindels to each side uniting the lower shelf on square sweeping tapering legs.
Height 28" , Width 20" , Depth 16".
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GW Ex 23
George Walton (1867-1933), an important oak panelled bench for the Eastman Kodak London showrooms.
Height 55" 104cm, Width 60 1/4" 152cm, Depth 16 1/4" 40cm.
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GW Ex 24
Waring and Gillows. A Glasgow Style Arts and Crafts oak wardrobe with a matching dressing table combined with a well balanced use of chequered inlays.
They share an early type of see through finish in a silvery lime coloured wash allowing the beauty of the grain to shine through. A full length shaped mirrored door. Four bow fronted glass windows. Architectural tapering columns to each forward corner, the front inverts subtly towards the middle. The base with a pair of deep drawers on a plinth base.
Wardrobe Height 75", Width of cornice 66", Depth of cornice 25", Dressing table Height 65 1/2", Width 48", Depth 12".
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GW Ex 25
A rare Glasgow School oak and leather 'Abingdon' armchair with original leather designed by George Walton. Here this design is quite radical, with large flat arms which protrude out incorporating the back legs and upright supports quite far back giving the chair a light and airy feel, the gentle tapering legs with 1/2 splayed feet gives this unique design a wonderful balanced almost feminine feel yet the continuation below the seat of the back supports giving it a subtle architectural feel and again an infusion of his own style with Mackintosh's obsession with this type of chair-back detailing. See George Walton. Designer and Architect by Karen Moon. Page 105 image attached and also see Arts and Crafts Furniture by John Andrews, Page 166.
The Abingdon chair I have for sale is stripped of upholstery.
Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 26
George Walton (1867-1933), A rare Walnut high back 'Philippines chair'. For the Philippine drawing room interior, it is mentioned that here is clear indications of the future and one can certainly see it in the maturity of design in this very elegant high back chair from Braxted in Kent a commission he worked on from 1902-05. The back is 49" high.
Illustrated in Andrews, John 'Arts and Crafts Furniture' Antique Collectors Club, p. 102; and Moon, Karen 'George Walton: Designer and Architect' Oxford 1993, page 120, pl.157
Height 124cm.
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GW Ex 27
A rare Glasgow School oak and leather 'Abingdon' armchair designed by George Walton. Designer and Architect by Karen Moon. Page 105 image attached.
Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 28
George Walton (1867-1933), An Arts and Crafts oak fold over writing desk for one of George Davidson's home's either Beechcroft (built C1898 - C1901) or 'Wern Fawr' Harlech. Wales. (built from C1906 - C1911). One can just see the desk to the left hand side of an interior picture (image attached) from Wern Fawr in C1910 after the new extension had been built
See George Walton Designer and Architect by Karen Moon page 140 she also states that :- 'The furniture, was probably brought from Beechcroft'.
The desk with hand formed copper heart shaped escution plate to the top opening to reveal original Clutha glass inkwell (chipped), next to open pen tray with space below and leather writing area with storage below that, flanked by paper trays to each wing once opened, exposed dovetailing to the corners, on tapering legs united by three shaped stretchers. Circa 1895.
Height 31" 78cm, Width 24 1/2 61cm", Width Open 48", Depth 14 1/2" 37cm.
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GW Ex 29
A good sculptural Arts and Crafts Mahogany sideboard designed by George Walton and made by Liberty and Co. Original ivorene label to the back.
See Morris, Barbara 'Liberty Design', p. 120 for an illustration of a dining room executed by Liberty and Co., 1906. This watercolour is also reproduced in 'The Studio Yearbook of Decorative Art 1906'
Height 52 1/2" 135cm, Length 74" 189cm, Depth in the middle 24 1/4" 61cm. Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 30
George Walton (1867-1933), an Arts and Crafts oak xylophone, with squashed heart details to each side and with six graduated brass bars with circular resonators, 76.5cm high. Designed for the snooker room in Leys Hall. See Moon, Karen 'George Walton: Designer and Architect' Oxford 1993, p. 89, pl. 115 for an illustration, (Images attached).
£1800.

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GW Ex 31
A pair of Arts and Crafts oak chairs in the style of George Walton.
Circa 1895.
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GW Ex 32
A pair of Arts and Crafts oak chairs attributed to George Walton with bold chequer inlays, turned legs with H shape floor stretchers.
Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 33
A set of five Arts and Crafts oak side chairs attr to EA Taylor with heart cut-outs, A frame back continuing down to a floor stretcher. Professionally re-upholstered in a quality hide.
Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 34
An Arts and Crafts oak side table in the style of George Walton with diamond inlay stylised floral cut-out with splayed legs and conforming diamond inlays.
Height 28" Length 20" depth 16". Circa 1900.
£850.

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GW Ex 35
An Arts and Crafts settle. Maker William Birch.
Circa 1890.
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GW Ex 36
An Arts and Crafts Glasgow School oak sideboard attributed to George Walton with stylised Glasgow Rose inlays linked by wavy stems. Full length drawer with internal squashed heart handles, with further stylied floral inlays to the doors.
Height 64", Width 60", Depth 23". Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 37
A Glasgow School oak sidetable designed by George Walton. Here again this design is complicated similar to the larger sidetables he designed for the Billiard room at the Buchanan Street tearooms. Each leg is mitred together giving them a triangular shape which could have been made much easier from one piece of wood. The stretchers with a subtle sweep to the top and bottom allow the upper pointed arc to come together perfectly. An exposed biscuit joint at each point. See George Walton. Designer and Architect by Karen Moon. Page 54, and Christies King Street, 20th Century Decorative Art and Design, March 2006, lot 105 for another example.
Height 24", Width of top 13 3/4". Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 38
An Arts and Crafts Glasgow School oak double wardrobe designed by George Walton for one of George Davidson's home 'Wern Fawr' Harlech. Wales. built from C1906 - C1911. The wardrobe designed with no cornice but an open storage area to the top, the twin panelled doors with serpentine shaped tops and fantastic stained glass panels with stylised floral details inset with striking use of semi-circular Copper panels with little glass bullions and wonderful hand formed copper escution plates a particular Walton detail. Circa 1908. The last image from 'George Walton Designer and Architect by Karen Moon page 105.
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GW Ex 39
A good pair of Arts and Crafts chairs attributed to George Walton with stylied fruitwood inlays in discs on three elongated back splats. (see Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors by Jeremy Cooper page 233)
Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 40
A Glasgow School OAK sideboard attributed to George Walton.
Circa 1900.
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