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NA 14
Dr C Dresser for Benham & Froud. A rare brass and copper teapot with stylised floral decoration with scroll and twisted supports to the ebonised handle, typical spout form, on circular base. Stamped 'Pat 6886'.
C1880
H 9.25 in. x W 9.5 in. x D 7 in.
H 23.5 cm x W 24.13 cm x D 17.78 cm
£POA

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NA 15
Nicole Freres. Mystique de Geneve. A rare and wonderful music box which when wound will play 6 different tunes. Set into an inlaid rosewood box. The key has had a larger handle braised to it many years ago to make winding it a little easier. Lovely original condition.
H 4". x W 16". x D 5".
Circa 1900.
£POA.

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NA 16
Dr C Dresser, made by Benham and Froud. A Gothic Revival oak coal box with floral iron metal work.
Height 17 1/2 Width 21 1/8 Depth 11 Width HANDLE 12 1/4
C.1880
£POA.

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NA 17
A large tube lined tile depicting stylised flowers in rich colours.
Frame Height 13 1/4, Width 7 1/4, Depth 1 1/2 .

Circa 1900
£POA.

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NA 18
Thomas Jeckyll. A rare Anglo-Japanese brass planter to compliment Jeckyll's timeless fire places that he designed for Barnard Bishop and Barnard.
Height 3 1/2 Width 5 Length 18 1/2.
Circa 1880.
£POA.

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NA 19
An Art and Craft brass coal bucket with stylized hand formed pomegranates retaining the original liner attributed to the Birmingham Guild handcraft. handcraft.
H 17 1/2". x W 16". x D 16".
Circa 1900s.
£POA.

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NA 20
Thomas Jeckyll, attributed, probably made by Barnard Bishop and Barnard. A pair of Anglo-Japanese brass fire dogs with stylized birds to the circular tops.
1875.
Dimensions: H 19.5", W 7", D 7.5".
£POA.

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NA 21 and FSB 16
Dr C Dresser, made by Benham and Froud. A Gothic Revival oak coal box with floral iron metal work.
Height 17 1/2 Width 21 1/8 Depth 11 Width HANDLE 12 1/4
C.1880
£POA.

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NA 22
WAS Benson mantle screen.
£POA.

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NA 23 see also MWP 17
William Hutton; probably for Liberty and Co. Consisting of a planter of bowl form with six Ruskin hearts mirrored to the three feet with three whiplash handles; a posy holder; milk and sugar jug; and a large tray. All inset with Ruskin jewels, all in perfect condition.
Tray measurements H 3". x W 22". x D 12".
£POA

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NA 24 see also MR 16
A Cotswold School Arts and Crafts hall mirror with coat hooks. Attributed to Stanley Webb Davis.
H 22". x W 30". x D 5".
£POA

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NA 25 see also MR 14
An Arts and Crafts heavy gage copper wall mirror with Art Nouveau female faces to each corner.
Height 17 1/2", width 17".
£POA

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NA 26 see also MR 13 and GW Ex 16e
A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts mirror in the style of the Glasgow Four.
Mirror frame; Height 33 1/2", width 22". Mirror; height 27 1/2", width 16 1/2".
£POA

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NA 27
Liberty and Co. attributed. A large subtly hammered pewter oblong mirror with cantered corners and unusual square turquoise Ruskin jewels.
Height 21.75", width 32.5".
£POA

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NA 28 see also MWS 13
A rare set of five classic Arts and Crafts silver plated tureens designed by C R Ashbee and made by the Guild Of Handicraft. One of the medium ones has a wonderful engraved inscription to the base which reads :- The Gift Of * Emmie * And * Geo * Ansty * 8th * December * 1898 *
Large X 2. Height 8 1/4", Width at base 10 3/4" Length at base 13 3/4".
Medium X 2. Height 7", Width at base 9 3/4", Length at base 11 1/2".
Small X 1. Height 5", Width at base 7 3/4", Length at base 10 1/2".
£POA.
These tureens were rarely signed but they have been authenticated by The Guild of Handicrafts silver smiths who still make silver in Chipping Camden in traditional ways to this day. www.hartsilversmiths.co.uk

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NA 29
Sir Frank Brangwyn RA. 1867-1956.
'The Devil's Bridge'.
Colour wood-cut, signed by the artist and engraver.
Height 25", width 29.5"
An interesting collaboration between the artist, Brangwyn, and the Japanese painter and etcher, Urushibara, who made the wood-block. Sir Frank Brangwyn is one of the most individual and talented artists of the early 20th century. He was a painter, mural artist, furniture maker and etcher, a product of the 'Arts and Crafts'. He studied under William Morris, became RE in 1907, and RA in 1919. Exhib: Fine Art Society 478, Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts 42, Walker AG 38, Royal Academy 46, RBA 34, RE 8, RHA 4, ROI 8. Royal Scottish Academy 27.
Frame Height 24 1/2", width 30".
£POA

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NA 30
Dr. Christopher Dresser. Benham and Froud.
A brass coal bucket, With hand wrought whiplash iron handle and stylised floral repousse work. £POA.
Height 14", width 21", depth 14", circular base 9" across.
£POA.

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NA 31
Dr. Christopher Dresser attributed. A pair of cast iron fire dogs, with registration design diamond 1876.
Height 11.25", width 7", depth 9".
£POA

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NA 32
Wardle. An Arts and Crafts planter with pipe line decoration of stylised flowers and leaves, in strong colours.
Height 7", width 9".
£POA

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NA 33 see also CS 10
An impressive pair of tall Arts and Crafts silver plated candle sticks with semi precious stones, stylised floral detailing and lions paw feet.
Approx Height 16", width at base 7".
£POA.

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NA 34
A Liberty and Co Tudric Pewter and Enamel organic vase with blue/green enamel roundels to the top and twin whiplash handles. Stamped 029 / 3. Damage to one enamel.
Height 10". Circa 1900.
£POA

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NA 35 see also CG 16
Poole Pottery, Guy Sydenham.
Height 9.5", width 5".
£POA

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NA 36 see also Dec Iron 7
Dr C Dresser. A superb quality pair of cast iron door handles made by Kenrick and Sons Iron Works.
Height 13 1/2", Width 1 1/2", Depth 2 1/2"
£POA

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NA 37 see also MWB 15
A pair of Gothic brass rope twist towel holders and a pair of decorative Victorian brass and ceramic door handles.
Towel holders : Width one 9" and the other 10".
Handles : Height 8 1/4", Width 1 1/2", Depth 2 1/4".
£POA

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NA 41 and CG 86
A hand blown Art and Crafts Vaseline glass vase with stylised floral detail and twisted stem by James Powell of Whitefriars London.
Height 9", Width of top 9", Depth of top 3". 1890.
£SOLD

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NA 42
Dr. Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) for Ault, a butterfly moulded cache pot, green-yellow glazed, impressed and moulded mark, no. 312.
5 1/2, Width 3.3/4 Depth 3.3/4
£SOLD

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NA 43
Liberty and Co. A rare full roll of original fabric.
Height 157 1/2", Width 30 1/2".
Circa 1900s.
£SOLD

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NA 44
A Birmingham Guild of Handicraft copper planter with stylised brass organic sinuous handles.
Height 6", width 10".
£SOLD

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NA 45
A wine glass with hand painted enamelling of a naked lady amongst Peacocks by VETRI DELLA ARTE (VEDAR)
H 7". x W 4". x D 4".
c.1925
£SOLD

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NA 46
Bromsgrove Guild. A bronze oval wall plaque.
Height 7", width 5".
£SOLD

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NA 47 see also CL 41 and GW Ex 49e
Margaret Gilmour. A large and impressive hand formed Glasgow School brass clock decorated with stylised Glasgow ladies in long flowing dresses, entwined with Glasgow roses. The pendulum with stylised Glasgow roses and stylised details to the weights. With single chiming movement. Signed M.G.to the right hand corner.
Height 17", width 17", depth 7", pendulum length 7".
£SOLD

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NA 48 also see CL 42
Liberty and Co. An Arts and Crafts wall clock with a pair of owls to each side and a Ruskin jewel to the base with Motto:
"IMPROVE TIME IN TIME WHILE TIME LASTS, FOR SOMETIMES NO TIMES WHEN TIMES PAST.
Height 18", Width 15", Pendulum length from the bottom of the clock 16".
Circa 1895.
SOLD.

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NA 49 and CL 44
Bruce Talbert (1838-1881), a Reformed Gothic Brass triform mantel timepiece. The movement stamped 'UAP Brevete SGDG', engraved with mottoes and 'W&GCT Broadlands July 26 1875'.
23.5cm high, 21cm wide
SOLD.

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NA 50 see also CS 35
A rare and important pair of hand formed steel candlesticks designed by Ernest Gimson and made by Alfred Bucknell. The last three images are his original signed drawings which are held at The Cheltenham Museum Collections.
Height 11 1/2", Width 6".
£SOLD.

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NA 51
An Ekco AD36 All Electric Bakerlight Radio. Designed by E.K Cole. Southend-on-sea, Essex.
Case has crack at back of one foot, inside looks really good, but it hasn't been tested.
Height 14.5", width 14", depth 6.5".
£SOLD

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NA 52
A classic James Dixon and Sons EPNS decanter by Dr. C Dresser.
Height 10", width 5 1/2". Circa 1870's.
£SOLD

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NA 53 see also MWC 38
A rare hand made Birmingham Guild of Handicraft copper centre piece, with stylised repouse floral details to the surface, on triform base with curled under feet. Stamped BGH.
H 4". x W 11". x D 11".
£SOLD

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NA 54 see also IDA 30
A William Morris double woven 'Bird' wall hanging
Height 6', Width 4'.
£SOLD.

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NA 55
Lalique Dahlias fruit bowl with vivid Vaseline details to the Dahlia heads.
Height 4", Width 9 1/2". Circa 1920's.
£SOLD

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NA 56
A Scottish School brass double candle sconce by Margaret Gilmour with stylised Glasgow rose. Circa 1900.
Height 30 1/4", Width 12 1/2.
£SOLD.

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NA 57
A beautiful Arts and Crafts Peacock enamel mounted in hand beaten silver frame attributed to C R Ashbee and The Guild Of Handicraft. In it's original case, the colours are the most vibrant I have ever come across and the enamel is in mint condition, although there are no silver marks to this piece it has tested silver. I do need to do a little more research on this piece.
Width 5". Circa 1900.
£SOLD

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NA 58 see also FSB 98
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".
£SOLD

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NA 59 see also MWS 40
W.A.S Benson. A rare silver tea pot with wickerwork handle. Assay marks for London 1903.
Height 6", width 5".
£SOLD

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NA 60
A little Arts and Crafts silver mustard pot with peacock decoration and original Bristol blue liner made by William Hasler.
Circa 1900's
£SOLD.

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