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NIF 4A MOD 5
A pair of heavy gage Modernist, 1970s chrome side tables attributed to Knut Hesterberg.
H 19.5", W 35.5", D 35.5".
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NIF 5A MOD 6
A heavy gage modernist 1970s chrome in the style of Knut Hesterberg.
H 19.5", W 37.5", D 37.5".
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NIF 6A MOD 7
A rare Model 18 teak sideboard having four drawers and two sliding doors to the cupboard, on rounded and tapered legs.
H 32.68", W 78.74", D 18.9".
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NIF 7A MOD 8
A fabulous pair of period swivel egg or ball chairs in the style of Eero Aarnio, Overman with aluminium tulip bases and Joveco style fiberglass ball seats retaining the original button back covering. EST 7221 aluminium base. Maker unknown.
H 31", W 29.5", D 29.5".
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NIF 8A MOD 9
A design that has truly stood the test of time, the 675 chair is one of the most recognised of the 20th century and in 2015 was awarded the prestigious Design Guild Mark Award. Originally created in 1952. Pioneering at the time, Robin day overcame the difficulty of forming a single molded plywood chair with armrests, by creating a bent shape using a singular curve rather than the obvious double curve.
H 31", W 25", D 18".
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NIF 9A.
A superbly designed 'Danish style' teak duet seat for lovers of chess, this is a work of style, design, comfort and craftsmanship, it looks like it almost floats. There is a subtle organic feel about the whole composition. Beautifully hand made the quality runs through with cavernous chairs that are as comfortable as they look. Signed R Bellinger 1977.
H 41.5", W 64", D 60".
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NIF 10A.
Two-piece suit by Gunnar Sorlie for Karl Sorlie & Son, Norway. Comprising a twin-seat loveseat and a single lounge chair. The original fabric was found under a later covering you can see it has worn on the loveseat but the upholstery on the armchair is in very good condition. They are both structurally sound and if required upholstery would be simple and straight forward.
H 29.53", W 46.06", D 24.41".
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NIF 11A.
Antonio Citterio. A sleek and simple Minimalist designed coffee table made by B&B Italia. Signed with decal manufacturer's label to underside B & B Italia Made in Italy Matalto Modello Tav. Solo Disegno Antonio Citterio. With Collaudo and insigniture.
H 7", W 36", D 36".
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NIF 12A.
A rare commissioned lacquered screen or panelling originally the famous 1960s shop Biba originally started by Barbara Hulanicki with help of her husband Stephen Fitz-Simon. Hulanicki worked as a fashion illustrator after studying at Brighton Art College in the late 1950s. She married advertising executive Stephen Fitz-Simon and they soon opened a mail order clothing company that she named Biba's Postal Boutique. Biba was the nickname of her younger sister Biruta. The first store, in Abingdon Road in Kensington, was opened in September 1964. Each panel from left to right measures :
H 91", W29.5", D 6".
H 96", W 30 1/2", D 1".
H 96", W 30 1/2", D 1".
H 96", W 30 1/2", D 1".
H 91", W29.5", D 6".
Overall measurements are : Height 96", Width 150 1/2", Depth 1" in the centre three panels and 6" at each end.
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NIF 13A.
A set of three custom-made oak chairs in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. These chairs were hand made from solid oak, circa 1980s. They were designed for an architect's office. There is also a desk and a pair of reproduction Mackintosh settees, originally designed for the smoking and billiards rooms of Miss Cranston's Argyle Street Tea Rooms, in the same style.
H 50', W 18', D 20'.
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NIF 14A.
A custom-made oak desk in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. This desk is hand made from solid oak, circa 1980s. It was designed for an architect's office. There is also a pair of matching settees and a set of three reproduction Mackintosh chairs, originally designed for the smoking and billiards rooms of Miss Cranston's Argyle Street Tea Rooms, in the same style.
Please note the measurements are :- The front of the desk measures 86” wide. The back measures 98”. The max depth is 32”. The height of the upper back shelf is 40”.
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NIF 15A.
A pair of custom-made oak sofas in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. These sofas are handmade from solid oak, around the 1980s. They were designed for an architect's office. There is also a desk and a set of three reproduction Mackintosh chairs, originally designed for the smoking and billiards rooms of Miss Cranston's Argyle street tea rooms, in the same style.
H 36', W 72', D 35'.
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NIF 16A.
A circular Lucite and brass side table probably French.
c.1970
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NIF 17A.
A square Lucite and brass two tier side table probably French.
c.1970
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NIF 18A.
GF Brangwyn. This desk was on display at the Scarborough Museums Trust's exhibition 'Brangwyn 1867-1956: Man of the People', in 2016. Co-curated by Dr Libby Horner, she focuses on prominent themes within the collection of 'the lives of man, at work, at rest and in times of distress'.
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NIF 19A.
Heals. A good quality large boardroom or dining table with a curvaceous Rosewood top on chrome twin pedestal legs with angular feet. Original Heals circular disc to the underside.
Height 29.5", Width 129", Depth 48"
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NIF 20A.
Liberty and Co. A circular mahogany side table with six legs, united by a central shaped shelf, the sides with floral inlays with mop and fruit woods.
1900
Dimensions: H 28.5', W 25.75', D 25.75'.
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NIF 21A.
Kubus Table by Soren George Jenson
Model 72o80. Restored base.
Modern - 1960s
Dimensions: H 21.5', W 30', D 30'.
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NIF 22A.
A Mark Newson Orgone polyethylene lounge chair. Designed 1998.
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NIF 23A.
A rare coffee table by Maison Jansen with white composite swans with glass top, on a black gilt base. Signature to swans.
Dimensions: Height 17”, Width 48”, depth 27”
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NIF 24A.
A pair of heavy gage Modernist 1970’s chrome and glass side tables, attributed to Knut Hesterberg.
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NIF 25A.
Charles Spooner. A rare oak cabinet on legs with serpentine stretchers
Height 78" , Width 39.5" , Depth 16.34".
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NIF 26A.
A walnut swivel dressing table with shaped jewelery drawers within conforming shaped base on turned legs, in the style of Charles Spooner.
Height 31.75" , Width 23" , Depth 7.5".
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NIF 27A.
An English Art Nouveau cabinet with Queen Anne shaped top, the doors with parquetry panels depicting Art Nouveau women and men playing musical instruments to the upper and lower doors. The upper cupboard opening to reveal a fretwork Japanese scene to the back and parquetry floral details. The lower doors opening to reveal stylised floral details in vibrant colours with a lower drawer.
Height 43" , Width 20.5" , Depth 16.25".
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NIF 28A.
A pair of Heals Long Tom rosewood coffee table with abstract designs inlaid with various patchwork woods.
Height 14" , Width 60" , depth 16".
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NIF 29A.
Gordon Russell Broadway. Designed by W.H Russell FSIA. Cabinet maker C.E Grantham, deisgn number R818, Date July 1968. A mohogany 'Burford' dining suite, comprising of a low side board, with surpentine front; six dining chairs and an extending dining table with one leaf.
Sideboard Height 32" , Width 81" , Depth 19".
Table Height 30", width 70", depth 40.5".
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NIF 30A.
An unusual mid-century modern metamorphic desk with exposed tennons. The sets of drawers on wooden wheels allow this space saving piece of furniture to neatly compact.
Height " , Width " , Depth ".
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NIF 31A
An French Arts and Crafts oak extending dining table and six matching chairs designed by Leon Jallot.
Circa 1910.
£5500 for the set.
The last two images are from 'Arts and Crafts' by Judith Millar. Page 63. Where a set of six chairs are valued at £7000 to £10,000 and a Buffet is valued also at £7000 to £10,000.

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NIF 32A
A good Arts and Crafts oak bookcase by Liberty and Co with stylised hearts to the top and to the base. Illustrated in Daryl Bennett's Liberty's Furniture, page 266.
Height 51", Depth 9", Width 36". Circa 1900.
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NIF 33A
A rare Heals oak cricket table.
Height 26", Width of top 30". Circa 1900.
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NIF 34A
An Arts and Crafts revolving oak bookcase with stylised floral stain glass to small single upper cupboard.
Height 30", Depth 20 1/2", Width 20 1/2". Circa 1900.
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NIF 35A
Liberty and Co. A good quality Arts and Crafts revolving bookcase.
Height 27 1/2", Width 19" Depth 19". Circa 1900.
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NIF 36A
A top quality Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak bedroom pair with 3/4 wardrobe and 4' 6" double bed. Wardrobe with flaring cornice, full length mirror door flanked by stylised floral inlays and lower full length drawer with good quality stylised handles. Probably made by Wylie and Lochhead.
Wardrobe Height 80", Width of Cornice 57", Depth of cornice 22 1/2". Circa 1900.
£2800 The pair.

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NIF 38A
Designed by George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) and made by J S Henry (John Sollie Henry, founded c1880) of Old Street, London. A pair of exceptional Arts and Crafts oak side chairs designed by George Montague Ellwood and made by J S Henry, inlaid with circular copper line details, centred by a pewter heart enclosed within a copper. The single central back splat united by two lower cross stretchers which cleverly emulate the lower twin side stretchers and single side uprights which are united by a higher single cross stretcher.
Circa 1900.
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NIF 39A
An Arts and Crafts table top bookcase which would also be perfect for CD's etc made from 1/4 sawn oak with through pegged joints.
Height 14 1/2", Width 27" add 1 1/4" for both sides of the through pegged joints, Depth 12 3/4". Circa 1900.
£350.

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NIF 40A
A rare Arts and Crafts oak record cabinet for holding 78's (LP's do not fit into this cabinet).
Height 34 1/2", Width 15, Depth 15".Circa 1900
£750.

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NIF 41A
A rare Arts and Crafts oak snooker table by Riley in the style of M H Baillie Scott.
‘The Viceroy’ full size snooker table by Riley. An impressive table with strong square legs with precise architectural chamfered details that give each leg its subtle shape. With cascading sweeping side and end skirts that slot and join perfectly into the legs giving it a sturdy stance with soft edges to the eye.
Circa 1900.
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NIF SOLD 1A
An Arts and Crafts single wardrobe attributed to M H Ballie Scott with strong inlaid details and soft green glass to the door. This was purchased on the Isle Of Man. The quality and build of this is a step above, all the oak used to make this is an inch thick, the top is thicker. The oak has been hand chosen for the wonderful grain and figuring one can see in the images. The door opens to reveal an upper shelf and a rail with full space hanging below.
Height 6', Width at cornice 43 1/2", Depth of cornice 22 3/4". Circa 1900.
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NIF SOLD 2A
A stunning Arts and Crafts oak bureau bookcase designed by G M Elwood and made by J S Henry with metalwork by Richard Rathbone and an inlaid Motto that reads :- 'The Pen Is Mighter Than The Sword'.
Height 60", Width 36", Depth 18 1/2".Circa 1890's
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