Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Hallstands and Stickstands

HS 10
Dr C Dresser. An important cast iron stickstand designed by Dresser and made by Coalbrookdale. Illustrated in Victorian and Edwardian Interiors and Furniture by Jeremy Cooper Page 145 Plate 357, Last 3 images. And also illustrated in Christopher Dresser by Stuart Durant page 78.
Height 32", Width 20", Depth 7". Circa 1870's.
£POA.

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HS 11
A Shapland and Petter Arts and Crafts oak hallstand with a flaring cornice that has a subtle moulded detail to the lower part and a bevelled 'A' frame mirror set back behind angular 'A' frame details with an open area below. A central bow fronted drawer flanked by open cubby holes with a stunning stylised floral copper panel to the lower section and conforming copper panels to the upper sides with wonderful stylised copper coat hooks and drawer handle, the central lower section with stylised floral cut-outs to where the umbrella and walking sticks sit.
Height 82 1/2", Width 53 1/2", Depth 14". Circa 1900.
£POA.

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HS 12
A top quality Arts and Crafts Oak Hallstand by Shapland and Petter with bevelled mirror flanked by a circular copper disc with hat and coat hooks, stylised cut-outs and stylised floral copper panel and glove box, the front sculptured uprights capped with sphere's and umbrella stands to each side with original drip trays.
Height 81", Depth 12 1/2", Width 44". Circa 1900.
£POA.

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HS 13
An Arts and Crafts oak hall cupboard attributed to Shapland and petter with stylised floral carving to the face of the swivel drawer, Ebony and Boxwood Glasgow Style chequer and line detailed inlays with stylised copper handles and hinges with adjustable shelves.
Height 74 1/2", Width at cornice 54", Depth at cornice 16 1/2".
Circa 1900.
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HS 14
A pure Anglo-Japanese oak Hallstand of very fine quality in the manner of E W Godwin, with upper panels depicting songbirds perched in a cherry blossom tree and a central bevelled mirror with the lower panels depicting apples and pears, the central section with central drawer flanked by arched and half turned details with turned uprights to the front and a strong Anglo-Japanese design incorporated into the umbrella/stickstand compartments to each side with Sunflower carved details to the front and back with a lower shelf incorporating the drip tray compartments to each side with zig zag detailing to the chamfered edges all stood on turned ball feet with shaped supports to each side.
Height 73 3/4". Width 78", Depth 17 1/2". Circa 1870.
£POA.

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HS 15
A quality Shapland and Petter Hall robe with a turquoise blue Ruskin ceramic disc to the upper back plate, panelled doors opening to reveal lots of storage. A similar variation of this model below and would work very well together.
Height 82 1/2", Width 42", Main Body Depth 15", top caps are 17" Deep. Circa 1900's.
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HS 16
A quality Glasgow style Arts and Crafts oak Hall cupboard with display or hat area to the top, stylised carved details to the upper door panels, chocolate copper handles and copper strap hinges, and stylised floral carved panels to the upper doors, opening to reveal a fitted interior to the right hand door for keys, gloves and umbrella's with further hanging space inside. The first two images are of an identical hall cupboard with different hinges and handles, and the last five images are details of the one I have for sale and a true representation of the colour of this hall cupboard.
Height 7', Depth of top 17", Width of top 45 1/2". Circa 1903.
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HS 17
Two similar Glasgow school stickstands by Wylie and Lochhead the righthand one with turned central upright £450 and the lefthand one with wavey uprights is SOLD.
Height 40", Width 13", Depth 8". Circa 1905.

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HS 18
Oak Arts and Crafts Stickstand. Circa 1900.
Height 40.5" Depth 11.5" Width 17".
£300.

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HS 19
Superb Arts and Crafts Oak hallstand, with wonderful stylised copper panels to the top cupboard doors depicting Glasgow Roses in the style of C R Mackintosh, the design is attributed to E. A. Taylor. This hallstand is depicted in the Wylie and Lochhead catalogue of 1901, Last two images.
Cornice Width 40" Cornice Depth 13" Height 76".
£POA.

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HS 20
A rare stunning Arts and Crafts hatstand with a wonderful hand made copper lantern to the top attributed to Arthur Simpson of Kendall. The quality is exceptional with copper coat hooks just below the lantern and umbrella/walking stick hooks lower down and hand formed copper drip trays to the base. This was purchased in the Lake district.
Height 89", Width at the base which is the widest point 19". Circa 1900.
£POA.

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HS 21
A cast iron stickstand by Robbins and Co attributed Thomas or Henry Jeckyll. Barnard Bishop and Barnard co produced with Robbins.
Height 34" 84cm, Width of base 20" 51cm, Depth of base 10". Circa 1875.
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HS 22
A cast iron stickstand attributed to Thomas or Henry Jeckyll. Barnard Bishop and Barnard co produced with Robbins.
Height 33" 80cm, Width 18 1/2" 49cm, Depth 8 1/2". Circa 1875.
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HS 23
A superb quality Arts and Crafts Hallstand by Harris Lebus with flaring cornice and wonderful stylised floral carving above the dome top bevelled mirror with small shelf below. A central drawer with stylised brass handle flanked by capped uprights and stylised cut-outs to the back on square tapering legs with original drip trays to the base.
Circa 1900.
H 79.5', D 14', W 37'.
£POA.

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HS 24
A top quality Shapland and Petter mirror back hallstand, wonderful stylised spindles unique to SandP, sweeping top, shaped front legs also unique to SandP original drip tray topped off with excellent coat hooks.
Height 74, Depth 10 1/2", Width 22". Circa 1900.
£995.

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HS 25
A Shapland and Petter Oak hallstand with dentil moulding to the top and inlaid with stylised floral details, a single draw below with a superb quality stylised floral brass handle and line inlay to the draw and lower arch with turned front legs and wavy back legs capped at the tops, the walking stick/umbrella aperture with stylised cut-outs to the front and subtle carved details to the backs with it's original drip trays with canted corners below.
Height 39", Width at the back 33",Width at front 36", Depth 13". Circa 1900.
£850.

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HS 26
An excellent Oak Arts and Crafts hall cupboard, with stylised floral carvings in the style of M H Ballie Scott, with wide moulded cornice, open hat box with hanging space below and tapering Architectural form.
Circa 1900.
£1500.

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HS 27
An Arts and Crafts Oak hall robe with flaring cornice and twizzling coat hooks to each side, cubby hole to the top and open hanging space below with brass rod for hanging decorative curtain and 90 degree brass coat hooks to the sides and brass rails to the middle for holding walking sticks etc. The whole with slanting sides of 'A' frame shape.
Height 77", Width of cornice 37", Depth of cornice 15". Circa 1900.
£1250.

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HS 28
Good quality oak Arts and Crafts hall stand attributed to Liberty and Co with wonderful tapering front legs, stylised ying yang cut outs to middle rail, floral cutouts just below middle shelf and typical Liberty Voysey squashed hearts to top rail original hooks and drip trays.
Cornice Width 37 1/2", Depth 12" Height 79". Circa 1900.
£500.

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HS 29
Gothic revival Oak hallstand/seat in the style of Dr C. Dresser.
Height 84", Width 42", Depth 15 1/2". Circa 1875.
Priced at £2400.

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HS 30
A Gothic Revival tripod hat and coat stand with turned finial to the top and circular revolving coat hangers with brass coat hooks, about a third of the way down 3 more coat hooks with turned detail in the centre following down to 3 angled legs with circular disc and turned finial to the base.
Height 85", Width at the top disc inc hooks 19", Width at feet 23". Circa 1890.
£850.

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HS 35
Superb oak Arts and Crafts Hallstand attributed to Liberty and Co, with leaded glass panels to top, central bevelled mirror with stylised floral cutouts beside, wonderful original floral tiles above a lift up lid with storage and a pair of cupboard doors opening to reveal more storage on fabulous angular legs typical detail of LandCo, with original hooks, side rails and drip trays.
Width at the base 34 1/2", Depth at the feet 14", Height 83". Circa 1900.
£1450.

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HS 36
A superb Quality Arts and Crafts copper and hand wrought iron stick stand with wonderful stylised copper heart to the centre.
Height 30", Width 14 1/2", Depth 7". Circa 1900.
£595.

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HS 50 SOLD
An Arts and Crafts oak hall cupboard in the Glasgow Style made by Bath Cabinet Makers with stylised floral inlays, good quality hand hammered copper gate latch handles and strap hinges with an open side for umbrellas, walking sticks and hanging coats with further hanging space inside, all stood on square tapering feet.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 51 SOLD
A good Arts and Crafts hallstand by Shapland and Petter with a flaring cornice with shaped supports and a Motto to the top in copper which reads :- ''FAIR WEATHER AFTER YOU'' centred by a circular aneroid barometer with a bevelled central mirror and shelf below, flanked by stylised brass coat and hat hooks, it has a central key and glove drawer which has a semi-circular front with red veined marble top and shaped details above, with umbrella and stickstands to each side with original drip trays to the base and a shaped lower apron the whole on square shaped feet.
Height 84" Width of cornice 53", Depth of cornice 13 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 52 SOLD
A Liberty and Co Walnut hall robe with fantastic hand formed copper handles and hinges, flaring cornice, stamped Liberty and Co on the hinges.
Height 78", Width of cornice 32", Depth of cornice 22". Circa 1895.
£SOLD.

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HS 53 SOLD
A stylish Arts and Crafts oak stick stand attributed to Liberty and Co with wonderful heart shaped Torquoise ruskins to the top with single drawer below and two further shelves below that and stick stand to the right a perfect telephone table.
Height 38", Width 32", Depth 13 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 54 SOLD
An Arts and Crafts Oak hallstand made by Harris Lebus, with good stylised floral carvings to the top, central bevelled mirror with shelf below and a row of beautiful tiles above the central single drawer, stylised floral fretwork to the sides flanked by umbrella stands with original drip trays.
Height 6' 11", Width of cornice 40", Depth 13 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 55 SOLD
A top quality well designed Arts and Crafts oak hall seat by Liberty and Co with typical LandCo bottle glass pane to the upper left hand side, cupboard behind with central drawer and cupboard below with well executed hand made fully functional elongated stylised copper hinges and beautifully designed stylised copper coathooks with an upper bevelled mirror flanked by very precise turned spindles, with lift up seat below for further storage and a well thought out line of horizontal green tiles to the right hand side back where a wet umbrella may lean against. and a small curved space with a single corresponding turned spindle above and original hand shaped drip tray below.
Height 75", Depth 16", Width 56". Circa 1895.
£SOLD.

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HS 56 SOLD
An Arts and Crafts hand formed copper umbrella stand with scroll over top with repousse stylised floral roundels and copper rods uniting the umbrella shaped base with original solid copper drip tray.
Height 29 1/2", Width 16 1/4", Depth 6 1/4". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 57 SOLD
A good Arts and Crafts hallstand attributed to Shapland and Petter with stylised cut-outs to the sides and with its original drip trays.
Width 20 1/2" square at the base.
£SOLD.

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HS 58 SOLD.
A good quality Arts and Crafts oak hallrobe and matching hallseat with stylised copper motto 'PORT AFTER STORMY SEAS' to the robe and a stylised copper ship to the top of the seat with stylised heart cut-outs above. These were made to go side by side or to be used separately which you can see in the original drawings held in the National Design Records.
Hall seat: Height 73" x Width 30" x Depth 18". H 185cm x W 77cm x D 46 cm.
Hall Robe: Height 78" x Width 24" x Depth 18". H 199cm x W 61cm x D 46 cm.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 59 SOLD
A stunning Shapland and Petter Arts and Crafts oak Hall Cupboard with an upper area for display with a 3/4 gallery with moulded top rail and heart cut-outs to each shaped slat, just below is a flaring cornice and 3 fabulous copper hinges and 2 stylised floral panels to the upper panels and Heart and circular details to the lower copper panel of the door, flanked by scribed details with heart cut-outs to the front lower legs. There are 2 stylised coat hooks to each side with shelves below and walking stick rails below those. The door opens to reveal full width glove and key box to the door with lift up lid and the interior has an upper shelf with hanging space below and room shoes at the base.
Height 84", Depth of cornice 19", Width of cornice 43". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 60 SOLD
A slim Arts and Crafts oak hallstand attributed to Wylie and Lochhead with raised edges to the top to hold a hat or three. A stain glass panel to the upper door retaining it’s original key, opening to reveal another place for hats and gloves. A central bevelled mirror to the back and elongated through cut-outs below with stylised floral cut-outs to the sides. The lower section for umbrellas still retaining the original drip tray. The extended base details carefully designed for better stability.
Height 84" Width 22 1/2", Depth 10". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 61 SOLD
A pure Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak stickstand attributed to E.A.Taylor with large Ebony and Sycamore chequerboard inlay to the top with turned and slatted struts below and a chrome umbrella/stick holder with 2 central elongated shaped struts and shaped supports to the base with Taylors split heart cut-outs, original drip tray and bun feet.
Height 41", Width 13", Depth 8". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 62 SOLD
A Shapland and Petter oak Arts and Crafts stick stand with stylised floral copper panel to the top and copper panel with roundels to the bottom original patina and original drip tray,
illustrated on page 364 of Pictorial Dictionary of British 19th Century Furniture Design. Retailed by Norman and Stacey. Stamped
Height 41" 102cm, Width 22 1/2" 53cm, Depth 10" 27cm. Circa 1910.
£SOLD.

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HS 63 SOLD
A sweet little Arts and Crafts Oak stickstand by Shapland and Petter with wonderful stylised floral carving to the top and typical SandP square shaped spindles to the right flanked to the left by a single drawer with superb quality handle with shaped apron below and slatted back the central one with pierced heart, shelf to the bottom with original drip tray. Another example typical of SandP superior design and quality.
Height 43 1/2',Width 31", Depth 143. Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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HS 64 SOLD
Liberty and Co stickstand with heart cutouts to each end.
length 26" depth 11 1/2" height 27". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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