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NIF 19 and GW Ex 5
E A Taylor. An exhibition quality Glasgow School oak side board designed by E A Taylor with wonderful stylised floral painted panels. To the upper section there is a pair of cupboards with a central plate rack and a full width plate rack below. A pair of drawers to the lower section which have been cleverly designed to be a part of the angular front, with a row of drawers below flanked by a pair of large cupboards and silver plated handles with split heart cut-outs.
H70', W 70', D36'.
C1900.
£POA

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GW Ex 6a
An Oak Arts and Crafts sideboard in the manner of E A Taylor and made by P.E.Gane. It has a very unusual slide that gives you extra serving area which pulls out from just below the centre of the main work area. It also has stunning stained glass panel to upper right hand cupboard, inlaid with Tulip wood, Stained Sycamore and Walnut to each side, above the work area and hand made handles.
Height 6', Width 66" Depth 25 1/2". circa 1900.
£POA.

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GW Ex 7a
A rare Glasgow School oak refectory table designed by John Ednie for a Printing Works in Darnley St Glasgow, they printed posters and works of art for Jessie M King, Mackintosh and the Macdonald sisters. The table was made by Wylie and Lochhead.
Length 7', Depth 30". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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GW Ex 8a
An exceptional Arts and Crafts oak sideboard by Waring and Gillows. In the manner of M.H. Ballie Scott with Ebony and fruitwood stylised floral inlays.
Height 74", Width 78", Depth 25 1/4". Circa 1897-1903.
£POA.

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GW Ex 9a
An oak Glasgow School sideboard designed by E.A. Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead with split heart to the detail to the shaped top and central glazed cupboard below flanked by open shelves with solid oak paneled back, 2 large drawers to the centre with angular cupboards to each side on 6 tapering legs with square feet.
Height 59 1/2", Width 66", Depth 22 1/2". Circa 1903.
£SOLD.

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GW Ex 10a
A matching pair of architectural Arts and Crafts oak side tables (only one shown) attributed to George Montague Ellwood for J S Henry with inlaid detail to the top edge and wonderful sweeping arches below with angled legs united by a central shelf and twin floor stretchers.
Height 28", top 26 1/2" x 18". Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 11a
An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard designed by Ernest Archibald Taylor for Wylie and Lochhead with superb stylised Glasgow Roses to each lead glass door, flaring cornice with shaped support brackets, serving area below, tremendous stylised carved Glasgow Roses to all 4 doors, with superb hand formed copper handles and hinges which were originally silver plated but had been polished through to the brass in many places which I have now had re-silvered. Another example typical of his stunning exhibition work.
Height 6', Width of cornice 7', Depth of cornice 29 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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GW Ex 12a
A small Arts and Crafts oak sideboard in the style of George Walton with flaring cornice, four small upper cupboards the central pair with arched doors and a small work area in front, a pair of drawers with stylised copper handles (the other is being repaired), a large lower cupboard with carved stylised floral details to the doors and shaped aprons to the front and sides on ribbed square flaring legs.
Height 46", Width 48", Depth 24". Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 13a
An Arts and Crafts Glasgow Style oak dining table by Wylie and Lochhead with square and turned legsunited by side stretchers.
Width 39", Length 54". Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 14a
A quality Arts and Crafts Oak dining table attributed to E A Taylor probably made by Wylie and lochhead with 4 stylised floral cut-outs flanked by bird cut-outs to each corner, on square and turned legs united by stretchers.
Length 46", Width 35 1/2". Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 15a
A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak buffet with Plank sides and central plank back the accenuated tops and the split heart inlays a typical detail of Taylor and Ednie but Ednies work more follows Mackintosh's style and with the arched details at the bottom of the planks and turned disc details to the uprights with the sweetest square detail just above the turned disks with these Mackintosh style details it is more likely to be by him.
Height 48", Width 48", Depth 20 1/2". Circa 1900.
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GW Ex 16a
A Mahogany display cabinet in the manner of EATaylor and made by Goodhall, Lambs and Heighway with stylised floral inlays of fruitwoods and ebony, framed by chequer inlays. The sweeping top with central cubby hole inlaid with a Glasgow rose to each corner and twin shaped turnings to the centre, flanked by 2 display areas with Talwin Morris style stained glass, further inlaid roses to each side, the 2 main display cabinets below with wonderful stylised Glasgow Roses to the centre and an elongated whiplash stem and Rose which opens to reveal 3 small shelves, the bevelled glass doors which break back at 30 degrees all surrounded with chequered inlay flanked by elongated refined twin turned columns with further stylised inlays below and arched apron. Circa 1900.
Height 68", Width 50", Depth 16 1/2".
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GW Ex 17a
A Glasgow style cabinet by JS Henry with a wonderful enamel plaque to the centre of the upper door surrounded by pewter inlay and pewter squares conforming to square details radiating out, the plaque attributed to Jessie M King.
Height 59", Width 28", Depth 16 1/4". Circa 1900.
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GW Ex SOLD 50a
A Glasgow School cabinet designed by George Logan, made by Wylie and Lochhead. A bedroom suite by George Logan which he designed for the Wylie and Lochhead Pavillion Exhibition of 1901 also has Harebells and tiny little carved butterflys which are almost identicle, it is quite likely that this cabinet was exhibited at that exhibition.
The cabinet has a superb pierced and carved stylised butterfly to the centre back and display area below, flanked by stylsed floral carved details to the upper frontal ends and 3 fantastic lead glass panels almost certainly made by Macullocks who made glass for Wylie and Lochhead depicting 3 pure white plump Doves in flight with Harebells growing from the lower section panels in sliding doors with adjustable shelves behind. Circa 1901.
Height 48", Width 47", Depth 13 3/4".
£SOLD.

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GW Ex SOLD 51a
An Oak Arts and Crafts sideboard attributed to E A Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead with flaring cornice and gentle sweeps below and central pair of stylised Glasgow Roses inlaid with Walnut, Tulip wood and Mother of Pearl flanked by conforming inlays, bevelled central mirror and full shelf below, the serving area with 2 central drawers and open display and 2 cupboards below all flanked by upper arched openings with cupboard doors below with conforming inlays and pierced heart copper handles.
Height 6', Width 69" Depth 24". CIRCA 1900.
£SOLD.

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GW Ex SOLD 52a
A pair of Liberty and Co Arts and Crafts Glasgow Style oak magazine racks with chequerboard inlays and squashed heart cut-outs and slatted details to the ends with lower shelf and splayed feet in the style of George Walton.
Height 30", Depth 6", Depth from end of splayed foot to splayed foot 10", Length 20". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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GW Ex SOLD 53a
A Mahogany plantstand by Wylie and Lochhead attributed to EA Taylor.
Height 31', Width 12 1/4". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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GW Ex SOLD 54a.
A Glasgow School Mahogany plant stand attributed to John Ednie and made by Shapland and Petter for Wylie and Lochhead with circular top and another circular plant holder below.
Height 29", Width at base 16 1/2", Width of top 11 1/4".
£SOLD.

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GW Ex SOLD 55a
An oak sewing table in the Glasgow Style with two drop down leaves, the top carved with Celtic interlacing, single drawer and pull out storage slide with re-newed Arts and Crafts fabric on original brass and ceramic castors.
Height 29", Width 21", Width with leaves up 38 1/4", Depth 20". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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GW Ex SOLD 60a
A good Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak sidetable attributed to E A Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead with a square top and split heart details below with square tapering legs united by a lower shelf.
Height 27 1/2", Depth of top 18 1/2", Width of top 19 1/2". Circa 1903.
£SOLD.

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GW Ex SOLD 62a
An Arts and Crafts 1/4 sawn Oak sidetable in the style of E A Taylor probably made by Wylie and Lochhead with stylised cut-outs to each side and lower shelf. Superior design and quality.
Height 26", Width 22", Depth 16". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
I have another matched pair almost identical to this one the only difference is that they don't have the arched skirt under the table top. See sidetable page 2.

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GW Ex SOLD 63a
A good quality pair of Arts and crafts Oak Inlaid side tables and one other with a different type of inlay to the top. Attributed to Wylie and Lochhead.
Height 28", 18"sq. Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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GW Ex SOLD 64a
An Arts and Crafts Glasgow School oak inlaid card table.
Height 29" 29" Sq.
£895.

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GW Ex SOLD 65a
A top quality Glasgow School Arts and Crafts quarter sawn oak oblong table designed by E.A.Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead with full sweeping sides which have very precise inverted twin heart cut-outs to each corner with a stylised central circular cut-out with the most subtle notch to each top of the circle a wonderful detail, the whole on fine square tapering legs with shaped square feet.
Circa 1902.
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