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NIF 2C
Bruce Talbert. A rare and important Gothic Revival tall back oak chair with the original suede seat and back rest.
The last image is published in Bruce Talbert’s book ‘Gothic Forms Applied to Furniture, Metalwork and Decoration for Domestic Purposes, which was published in 1868. The example here is a variation of that chair design.
The same image is repeated in Jeremy Cooper's Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors page 111 and page 85.
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NIF 3C
Thomas Jeckyll attributed, for William Henry Tate 1842-1922.
Gillows & Co of Regent St. London.
An Anglo-Japanese corner cupboard with open upper shelf and exquisite Marquetry door panels with opposing butterflies and various Japanese style devices and stylised floral and painted marquetry designs and Japanese stylised engraved brass hinges.
With opposing mirrors and a small open shelf to the base.
See the last four images for provenance.
Height 43”, Width 27”, Depth 14” Circa 1870
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NIF 4C
A Gothic Revival Walnut wall shelf with carved foliate details and pierced quatrefoils
H 47", W 12.5", D 12."
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NIF 5C
Collinson & Lock attri, E W Godwin. A Fine Anglo Japanese Fold Over Card Table
.H 29.50, W 37.50 , D 18.75
Circa
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NIF 6C
A late Victorian decorative cast and wrought iron railing or balcony banister rail with circular and small ball details and stylised floral leaf details with a nicely shaped hand rail to the top.
Circa 1890
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NIF 7C
A late Victorian decorative cast and wrought iron railing or balcony
banister rail with circular and small ball details and stylised floral leaf details with a nicely shaped hand rail to the top.
H 3.5 , W 113 , D24.5
Circa 1890
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NIF 8C
Lambs of Manchester. (Stamped to drawer). Attributed to Alfred Waterhouse. An Aesthetic Movement oak étagère, buffet or hall table. The central stylized carved floral detail flanked by two carved sunflowers to the shaped back with turned and spiral details to the front legs, on original castors. A large central drawer with brass backed ring pull handles.
Jambs Lamb of Manchester exhibited elaborate furniture in the French taste by Hugues Protat and W.J. Estall at the London Exhibition of 1862. Charles Bevan was employed to make designs for inlaid Gothic-style pieces in the late 1860s.
Lamb made furniture to Alfred Waterhouse's designs for the Manchester Assize Courts, shown at Paris in 1867 and 1878, and exhibited 'Quaint' furniture at the 1887 Manchester Jubilee Exhibition; to which this piece of furniture stylistically relates to.
Lambs were absorbed into Goodall, Lamb & Heighway in 1899.
Height 46”, Width 68”, Depth 19.5” Circa 1870
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NIF 9C
A W N Pugin style of, a Gothic Revival open oak bookcase with carved florets, acorns and oak leaf decoration to the castellated top, centred with a carved shield. The front with turned and part ebonised uprights and all-over 45 degree details to the sides.
Height 46.25”, Width 47.75”, Depth 14.5” Circa 1870
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NIF 10C
Liberty & Co. attributed. Made by William Birch. An Arts & Crafts three-tier book stand with Moorish turned lattice work decoration to the sides with turned legs united by a turned and incised H stretcher.
Height 29.5”, Width 23.5”, Depth 13” Circa 1870
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NIF 11C
E W Godwin. Collinson & Lock. An extremely rare Anglo Japanese rosewood coffee table. To my knowledge no other rosewood examples of this coffee table exist. An entry in one of Godwin’s cash books reads, “1874 Apr. 10 Coffee Table Grey Towers designed for the sum of 3-3-0” (V&A AAD 4 /13-98, fol. 23), indicating that Godwin designed special versions of this type of table for Collinson & Lock in the 1870s being in Rosewood it is likely this table is one of those versions.
For a sketch for this table, see Susan Weber Soros, The Secular Furniture of E W Godwin, page 147, illustration 212.1.
Height 27”, Width 16.5”, Depth 17” Circa 1870
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NIF 12C
H W Batley, made by Collinson & Lock. An Aesthetic movement mahogany side table with spiral turned legs on out swept feet. With original lock and key to the drawer.
Height 28”, Width 14”, Depth 14” Circa 1870
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NIF 13C
E W Godwin, attributed Collinson and Lock. A fine Anglo Japanese rosewood octagonal eight leg side table with carved scroll work below the top and Japanese fretwork gallery around the lower shelf, stood on turned and square splayed legs. Later paper depository label under top.
Height 24”, Width 23.5”, Depth 23.5” Circa 1870
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NIF 14C
Barnard Bishop and Barnard Sun Flower tiles in a pair of Anglo-Japanese side tables with ring turned simulating bamboo legs and a fifth central turned leg supporting the three staggered shelves. The three central turned tops are in unison with further turned finials to the lower side supports. The Sun flower tiles were stocked by Barnard Bishop & Barnard who Thomas Jeckyll designed Anglo-Japanese decorative cast iron furniture and Anglo-Japanese fire grates for.
Height 29”, Width 19”, Depth 12” Circa 1870
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NIF 16C
E W Godwin, attributed, probably made by Collinson & Lock. A rare and exceptional Anglo Japanese mahogany side table with semi-circular legs. The semi-circular legs with three Thebes style upper central supports at opposite sides emulating a sun burst and uniting the top. With three parallel curved uprights to each end uniting the upper and lower stretchers with corner supports and also uniting the lower shelf. The edges with subtle concave mouldings. The bowed legs are very reminiscent of two designs from tables in a sketchbook from 1876 and 1881 (Elizabeth Aslin, E.W.Godwin page 79) and again on a design for three cabinets in circa 1878 and circa 1885 (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, page 218). The three splayed Thebes style uprights are used by Godwin reversed in these furniture designs.
Height 27”, Width 24”, Depth 18” Circa 1870
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NIF 17C
A large Gothic Revival oak and burr oak bookcase the upper section with subtle carved details and fretted hinged dust covers below each shelf to protect the spines of books from dust and mites and subtle carved details to the lower section. The lower cupboard doors with beautiful figured with burr oak. This bookcase breaks down into three sections, the cornice is separate and the upper shelves also separate from the lower section.
H 93", W 65.5", D 16.5".
Circa 1870-1879
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NIF 18C
Design firmly attributed to E W Godwin. Made by Collinson & Lock. Stamped with their in house design number to the underside '8142'. An exceptional Anglo Japanese Rosewood table, stylistically ahead of its time. The upper and lower edges with tram line details above a pair of opposite Japanese fretwork friezes, on four bowed legs cut from solid rosewood, united by a lower shelf stepped down in the centre, (reminiscent of Godwin's most famous tea table with three hinged side leafs also incorporating a stepped shelf that he designed 1872, in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, page 146, fig 211). He used stepped designs on the lower shelves of all of his famous Anglo-Japanese sideboards of the 1870s (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, pages 176, 177, 178, 179 181, 182 and 183). The stepped details are made using dove tail joints throughout with a fine Japanese fretwork under tier. This table shows inspiration from both Japanese and Chinese designs, Chinese hardwood furniture played a crucial role in Godwin’s Anglo Japanese designs and he is known to have owned Chinese furniture as well as Chinese accessories (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, page 44-48) The bowed legs are very reminiscent of two designs from tables in a sketchbook from 1876 and 1881 (Elizabeth Aslin, E.W.Godwin page 79) and again on a design for three cabinets in circa 1878 and circa 1885 (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, pages 218 and 236). The complicated fretwork is reminiscent of a design for a sofa by Collinson and Lock (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, page 109) a table in 1873-1875 (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, pages 157) and an armchair the design attributed to Godwin for James Peddle in 1881 (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, pages 132). The reeded detail is identical to a chair design in William Watts Art Furniture Catalogue circa 1885 (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, pages 266) a chair attributed to Godwin circa 1875 (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, page 137) and a couch attributed to Godwin and made by Collinson and Lock c1872-75 (Susan Soros, Secular Furniture, page 106).
The quality cabinet work of Collinson and Lock was one, if not the very best in Great Britain throughout the 1870s and 1880s.
Height 27.5”, Width 33”, Depth 19.75” Circa 1870
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NIF 19C
Liberty & Co, a fine Anglo-Japanese Walnut side table in the style of E W Godwin with a spindle gallery below to two sides and a spindle divided lower shelf. The whole on sharply angled and ring turned legs uniting four stretchers with a central turned upright. Retaining it's original Liberty and Co paper label.
H 26.5", W 17.35", D 17.35".
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NIF 20C
Gillows attributed, an aesthetic Anglo-Japanese ebonised and amboyna centre table with a shaped top, eight legs offset in two pairs to each end, united by a wishbone style stretcher with Fleur De Lys or Prince of Wales feathers fretwork details and turned uprights to each small separate stretcher to the lower pairs of legs. There are two carved flat sunflower finials to the top of the centre of the stretcher, identical to Gillows pieces from this period. The eight legs on original brass and black ceramic castors. Stamped to the inside bottom shelf:- Collinson and Lock. London. 5689.
H 27", W 36", D 22".
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NIF 21C
E W Godwin attributed, made by Collinson & Lock, London. An Anglo-Japanese Astragal glazed and line inlaid display cabinet with plush velvet lined interior. The upper shelf set back and supported with Anglo-Japanese square uprights perfectly spaced and supported with upper square section and square rounded front details. The dentil moulded cornice just above the doors is used by Godwin on many known designs by him and made by Collinson & Lock. The glazing bars to the front doors and to the sides are positioned in an Anglo-Japanese design. The internal centre shelf positioned perfectly inline with the second upper glazing bar also set slightly back emulating the top shelf. The legs with shaped feet emulating little shoes, another detail used time and again by Godwin. Stamped to the inside bottom shelf:- Collinson and Lock. London. 5689.
H 52", W 39.50", D 13.50".
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NIF 22C
Bruce Talbert, Attributed, a Gothic Revival walnut library or serving table with turned gallery below the upper serving area, on turned legs with ebonized details united by a full size lower shelf all sat on Thebes style feet, probably made by Gillows of Lancaster.
Circa 1870-1879
H 31.5", W 51", D 24.25".
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NIF 23C
A W N Pugin attributed, A Gothic Revival carved oak wall or pier mirror with a replacement antique style mirror plate.
Circa 1870-1879
H 4',9", W 2',11", D 2"
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NIF 25C See Also FP 2
A rare cast iron fire insert designed by Thomas Jeckyll. Made by Barnard Bishop and Barnard. Rare because it still has it’s original fan, they are usually always lost. This one has been specially cast without the sides boarder so a little smaller than the standard size. Registered Design BT 48/44. no 329036. 15th November 1878. Height 36", Width 36", Opening Height 24 1/2", Opening Width 18"
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NIF 26C See Also Dec Iron 4
A stunning set of gothic or aesthetic cast iron railings or balconies in the style of Thomas Jeckyll with circular hand rails and stylised Sunflowers and leaf details. There are two identical longer lengths with ball finials and a smaller piece which could be made into a gate or kept as a return which is how it was originally made to be. The two longer pieces have female circular connections to the tops of each where the ball finials are (that I have shown in the images), and further pin connections running down from the finials to connect the pieces together. The three pieces could be made as one length, or a U shape, or a zig-zag shape (not shown), or any combination of the above with some slight modifications.
Measurements Two railings height 43 3/4"; Length 68.3/4". The small piece measures: Height 39 1/2" x Length 29 1/4". The circular hand rail is 1 3/4" thick (with sweet detail supports just below).
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NIF 27C See Also FP 1
William Burges Made by Francis Skidmore. A rare and important Gothic Revival cast iron fire place insert. Height 47.75", Width 36.75", Depth 12.5"
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NIF 28C See Also GODWIN EX 18
E W Godwin. An exceptional quality Anglo-Japanese mahogany side table probably made by Collinson and Lock.
1875
Dimensions: H 27", W 27", D 27".
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NIF 29C
A W N Pugin. An extremely rare and important oak armchair probably designed for the The Red Drawing Room in the Speakers House in The Palace Of Westminster, the room mainly used for entertaining. This armchair although slightly different is in the very same style, design and proportionally oversized as other armchairs that were designed for the Speakers rooms. The carved florets to the upper and lower sides are also on the insides of the front legs, the zig-zag details to the front legs all conform to other oversized armchairs still in situ in the Red Drawing Room. In thirty years specializing I have not seen another one. Made by Holland and Sons or Gillows of Lancaster. Retaining it’s original leather in distressed and torn condition and all the original brass upholstery studs which can be used again if required.
H 38", W 32" D 37"
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NIF 30C
An interesting high quality set of four architectural gothic revival oak dining chairs with blind trefoil carving to the triangular side supports and through quatrefoil details to the stretchers with turned and square section legs with original inset brass castors. Probably made by Gillows.
H 39", W 19" D 19"
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NIF 31C
A super quality Arts and Crafts oak armchair in style of E W Pugin with a subtle architectural Gothic Revival organic styling and exposed peg construction retaining its original patina. The brown leather is nicely worn in and also in great shape. It is a great example of where Gothic Revival meets Arts and Crafts that cross over period when the heavier Gothic becomes lighter in look and construction.
H 38", W 21" D 19"
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NIF 32C.
Bruce Talbert, attributed. An Aesthetic/Gothic Revival ebonised and parcel gilt settee with stylish architectual serpentine stretchers on turned legs with original brass casters. Professionally re-upholstered in a contempary Morris and Co fabric.
Height 35" , Width 67" , Depth 29.5".
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NIF 33C.
A.W.N Pugin attributed to, for the 1st Earl of Lovelace, who was raised to that peerage in Queen Victoria's Assession Honours list of 1838. In 1835 he married Ada Byron, only daughter of the celebrated poet Lord Byron. She was an important figure, a mathmetician and writer, who is known for her work on Charles Babbage's early mechanical computer and is often regarded as the first computer programmer. The 1st Earl of Lovelace acquired Horsley Towers in Surrey, built by Sir Charles Barry who collaborated with Pugin on the Houses of Parliament. Lovelace set about expanding it in the Gothic style in the 1840s. This desk probably traces its roots back to this aggrandisment.
Height 31" , Width 60" , Depth 34".
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NIF 34C
Edward William Godwin. An important Anglo-Japanese stained Mahogany settee designed for Dromore Castle, County Limerick, probably made by William Watt.
Height 33", Depth 24", Width 66". Circa 1869.
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NIF 35C
An impressive Gothic Revival oak fireplace surround attributed to Bruce Talbert with carved floral details to the top sides with turned supports with stunning hand painted tiles attributed to Mintons (AJS?) depicting cranes and wading birds in riverside scenes with further tiles in green with little winged dragons back to back in raised relief surmounted with four smaller blue triangular details and smaller brown lozenge tiles and green marble effect tiles with zig-zag details.
Height 57", Length 78", Mantle Depth 15", Opening Height 45 1/4", Width 38 3/4". The opening measurements could easily be made smaller to accommodate most size inserts. Circa 1880.
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NIF 36C.
Thomas Jeckyll. Made by Barnard Bishop Barnard. An extremely rare and Important Anglo-Japanese brass and gilt fireplace insert.
Dimensions: H 36', W 36', D 3'
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NIF 37C
Large Gothic Revival style carved oak blanket chest in the style of A.W.N. Pugin. This has been very well made probably in the 1950s from original Gothic Revival deeply carved linen fold panels and period oak. The hand caved linen fold panels are of superior quality and highly raised, and framed with deeply carved inverted chamfers and used on the top and all four sides. The chunky carcass is extremely well made with pegged joints. A very masculine and spacious functional chest.
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NIF 38C.
Bruce Talbert, probably made by Gillows. An Aesthetic Movement carved and gilt wall shelf with embossed leather panels to the base.
Gothic Revival
1870
Dimensions: H 45', W 55', D 11'.
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NIF 39C.
E W Godwin. An Anglo-Japanese walnut firescreen by Edward William Godwin with a Pogoda style top and a silk Japanese country scene to the front. To the back although worn, there are peacock designs in a circle in the same style as he designed for Jeffery and Co, including the kissing birds he also designed in a circle formation.
1870
Dimensions: H 42.5', W 36', D 10'.
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NIF 40C.
Manner of E W Godwin. An Anglo-Japanese set of Mahogany wall shelves.
1875
Dimensions: H 24', W 22', D 6'.
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NIF 41C.
E. W. Godwin. Made by William Watt. A rare and important set of Anglo-Japanese walnut wall shelves with ebonized and gilt painted Japanese Carp to the upper panel, finely carved stylized floral details to the doors with a shaped shelf and a mirror below with semi circular fretwork device to the base. See Art Furniture designed by Edward W. Godwin FSA and manufactured by William Watt 21 Grafton St. ‘Student Furniture’ Plate No4. Also illustrated in The Secular Furniture of E W Godwin by Susan Soros Plate No14 where there are a pair hung to the back wall.
1872
Dimensions: H 63', W 25.5', D 9'.
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NIF 42C.
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886). A rare set of Anglo-Japanese ebonised hanging book shelves with an extending lower shelf and a two-door hanging book cupboard beneath, brass hinges and escutcheon.
1870
Dimensions: H 50', W 35', D 8'.
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NIF 43C.
Attributed to Daniel Cottier. An Aesthetic Movement side cabinet, with intricate inlaid geometric patterns and classical jasper circular panels to the upper cupboards with nymphs and fairies and godess on porcelaine panels, but godess of what luna, winged helmets are they both female..
H 79', W 46', D 24 3/4'.
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NIF 44C.
E.W Godwin, attributed. An Anglo-Japanese ash side table with shaped top and conforming shaped apron, S shaped legs united by a lower shelf with a galleried undertier.
Height 29.25" , Width 19" , Depth 19".
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NIF 45C.
E.W Godwin attributed, made by Collinson & Lock. A five draw rosewood writing desk with turned legs united by pierced stretchers.
Height 29" , Width 21" , Depth 21".
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NIF 46C.
A Gothic Revival oak wine or tea table, in the style of AWN Pugin with a scalloped veined ruby marble top, finely carved floral details below, with central upright on a tripod base with carved stretched trefoils.
Height 29.75" , Width 22" , Depth 22".
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NIF 47C See Also GO 67.
A pair of Gothic Revival cast iron hinges, circa 1875 They are painted green one side.
Height 19.25", Width 11.25"
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Nif 48C See Also GO 68.
A good pair of Gothic Revival cast iron hinges. They have been bead blasted to remove all old paint and rust and specially painted with powder paint formulated specially for outside use.
Height 25", Width 15"
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NIF 49C See Also GO 69.
A pair of handcrafted solid copper Gothic Revival hinges with thistle and hand chased decoration.
Height 33.5", Width 22", Depth 1"
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NIF 50C.
A good pair of Gothic Revival decorative door hinges. These have been bead blasted and powder coated for outside use.
Height 47.5 incl. hinge, Width 32".
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NIF 51C
An Arts and Crafts oak Dresser designed by Charles Locke Eastlake with good provenance.
The dresser was originally commissioned by a parson, who chose the oak tree from which it was to be made. It was later purchased by Charles Fairbrother in 1908 when he settled in Chichester as headmaster of the Oliver Whitby School (Bluecoat school) from 1908 - 1931 and was in use in the school in the first decade of the last century and has been in the Fairbrother family for over 100 years.
Height 83", Depth 25 1/2", Width 72". Circa 1870.
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NIF 52C
G E Street, attributed possibly for the Law Courts. A wrought iron standard lamp. The first set of images are before it was restored. The second set painted black using powder coating so it will withstand outside use if desired.
Circa 1870's.
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NIF 53C
An Anglo Japanese fire screen with Japanese silk attributed to E W Godwin.
Height 39 1/2", Depth of feet 11 1/4", Width 30". Circa 1870.
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NIF 54C
Collinson and Lock. A superb quality Rosewood chaise lounge in the Anglo-Japanese style, the design attributed to E W Godwin. See Susan Weber Soros. Page 106.
Height 29", Width 25" Length 67". Circa 1880.
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NIF 55C
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for William Watt, A rare Old English or Jacobean ebonised curved back elbow chair, on tapered supports with X-stretchers.
Height 86cm. Circa 1867.
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NIF 56C
Dr Christopher Dresser. A Coalbrookdale garden canopy bench with stylised floral details. Most of the seat slats were rotten so it has now been dismantled and it can now be purpose made to length.
Circa 1870.
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NIF 57C
A very rare set of TEN oak dining chairs designed by Thomas Jeckyll and made by Gillows of Lancaster, identical to the chairs he designed for the industrialist Edward Green and his wife Mary for their home The Old Hall, Heath, Yorkshire in the 1870s. The original furniture was removed to Ken Hill when the Greens moved there in 1890.
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NIF 58C
An Aesthetic Movement oak pipe rack with tobacco draw and a pierced brass backplate reminiscent to sketches in Godwins sketch books.
Height 10 1/2", Width 12 1/2" Depth 6 1/2". Circa 1870.
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NIF 59C
A pair of good quality Anglo Japanese/Aesthetic Movement two tier side tables with turned angular supports. Made by Jas Shoolbred of Tottenham court Rd.
Left hand one Height 24 3/4" Length 27" Width 55". Right hand one Height 24", Length 26 1/2" Width 16 1/2". Circa 1880.
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NIF 60C
An Anglo-Japanese tub chair.
The design attributed to Godwin.
Circa 1870's.
Height ", Depth ", Width ".
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NIF 61C.
A pair of Anglo-Japanese tub chairs.
The design attributed to Godwin.
Circa 1870's.
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NIF 62C
Three almost identical sets of Gothic Revival oak dining chairs designed by A W N Pugin for The House Of Lords and made by Gillows of Lancaster. Stamped Gillows to the back legs. Super quality and all in excellent original condition.
Consisting of : one set of 4 in red upholstery and two sets of 6 making a total of 16.
The first line of images show one chair from each set together for comparison. I will sell as separate sets.
Designed in 1847.
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NIF 63C
Attributed to Lambs of Manchester. A rare very tall quality chest of seven drawers having two large drawers more than the usual two over three drawers giving a lot more storage yet taking up the same space.
Height 5' 6", Width 48" Depth 22 1/4".
Circa 1880.
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NIF 64C
A good quality pair of Aesthetic Movement dining chairs with sunflower carved details to the backs, subtle details below the seats with ring turned legs and original ceramic and brass castors. Very much in the style of Thomas Jeckyll.
Circa 1880.
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NIF 65C
An exceptional Moorish Octaganal occasional table with four opposite drawers with brass handles with Moorish fretwork details flanked by finely detailed shaped upper supports united by a central shelf encorporating eight slender ring turned legs.
Height 24", Width 24". Circa 1880.
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NIF 67C
Howard and Sons. An exquisite and fine quality (1/4 sawn) Oak breakfront bookcase with good proportions and an interesting lower section. The half moon cornice with dentil moulding, further dentil moulding below and to the outer cornice with 4 upper glazed doors, each glazing bar with fine moulded details, the doors opening to reveal adjustable shelves to the centre section with 4 cupboards below, each door with fielded panels opening to reveal generous storage to the Lower cupboard with pigeon holes to the upper parts on 6 feet with decorative arched supports.
Height 85" 216cm, Width 53 3/4" 134cm, Depth at the centre 16 1/2" 42cm. Circa 1890.
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NIF 68C
An oak wall cabinet with embossed leather faces to the door panels, atributed to E.W.Godwin and probably made by William Watt.
Height 37", Width 20", Depth 6". Circa 1870's.
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NIF SOLD 69C
A rare sidetable designed by Phillip Webb and made by Morris and Co with a shaped and moulded top with six turned legs all united by subtle turned upper side stretchers and lower radiating stretchers with wavy shaped bottoms precisely joined at the centre. The underneath of the table top is as beautifully made as the rest of the table with a complicated array of flat supports for the legs which also hold the top firmly together stopping any shrinkage or joint separation and the ends of these are finished with precise chamfered edges. A beautifully made table with wonderful proportions, an early design classic of museum quality showing the true beginnings of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Circa 1880's.
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NIF SOLD 70C.
A pair of Gothic Revival hinged alter gates with superior carved floral details attributed to Alfred Waterhouse.
Height 31.5" , Width fully open 45".
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NIF SOLD 71C.
Bruce Talbert. A rare Gothic Revival armchair. Last image from Jeremy Cooper's Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors page 111 and page 85.This chair was probably designed before Talbert published his book Gothic Forms Applied to Furniture, Metalwork and Decoration for Domestic Purposes, which was published in 1868.
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NIF 72C. SOLD
Manner of Charles Lock Eastlake. A walnut Easel/Portfolio Stand.
Fully extended: H 49". Not extended: H 41.5".
1880
Dimensions: H 49', W 31', D 20'.
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NIF 24C SOLD
Collinson & Lock, an aesthetic movement seven leg walnut centre table on turned baluster legs united by upper arched stretchers and low straight stretchers on shaped out swept feet. The upper arched stretchers are similar to the upper stretchers of Godwin's eight leg tables for Collinson & Lock.
Circa 1880-1889
H 29.5", W 40", D 40"
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