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Sideboards, Dressers and Buffet's

SB 3.
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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SB 4
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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SB 5.
An excellent quality Arts & Crafts two door oak dresser with a shaped top, cascading upper shelf, with an arched apron on four square legs united by side stretchers.
Height 76" , Width 42" , Depth 19".
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SB 6
An Arts and Crafts Oak sideboard attributed to G M Ellwood made by Bath Cabinet Makers, with stained glass panels to the upper right hand cupboard, and stylised floral inlaid details with Tulip wood, Stained Sycamore and Walnut above the work area and to the cupboard door, and hand made handles. With an unusual but handy slide that gives you extra serving area which pulls out from just below the centre of the main work area.
Height 6', Width 66" Depth 25 1/2". Circa 1900.
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SB 7
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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SB 8
A fabulous Liberty and Co Arts and Crafts oak sideboard designed by Leonard Wyburd with an inlaid Boars head on a plate using inlays of Walnut, Ebony, Pewter and Ivory, flanked by a pair of green bulls eye glass doors with three pewter flower buds beside and extended plinths below. A step down to a generous central serving area, a pair of large cupboards to the lower left hand side and a single drawer to the right with a further cupboard below, the door with a wine claret jug and glasses inlaid with pewter and a very early form of plastic, the only time I have seen early plastic inlaid into a piece of furniture was on a piece designed by C.R.Mackintosh. The metalwork with shaped pull style handles with heart shaped escutions.
Height 68", Width 7', Depth 25".
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SB 9
A top quality 1\4 sawn oak Arts and Crafts sideboard by Shapland and Petter, with stylised floral copper panels to each door one concealing a wine revolver, two serpentine shaped drawers with a gentle curving out detail to the work top, large bevelled mirror to the upper section flanked by square baluster shaped spindles, stylised cut-outs to the top, with top quality handles, stamped S&PB to the locks.
Height 66", Width 61", Depth 20 1/2". Circa 1900.
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SB 10
A good Arts and Crafts oak sideboard attributed to Harris Lebus with stylised Glasgow Style stain glass to the upper cupboard and 2 open shelves, with two central drawers with copper strap handles and further storage below flanked by a pair of cupboards on sledge style feet.
Height 68", Width 6', Depth 22".
Circa 1900.
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SB 11
An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard in the Glasgow Style attributed to Liberty and Co with Ying-Yang cut-out to the top display area and a central bevelled mirror below flanked by stylised floral stained glass doors and heart cut-outs below with four drawers and good stylised copper handles and hinges, a large two door cupboard with stylised floral carved panels with an open display area to the right with a sweeping arch above and further heart cut-outs to each side.
Height 62 1/2", Depth 23", Width 63". Circa 1900.
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SB 12
A good quality Arts and Crafts small oak sideboard/dresser with pegged side construction. An upper and lower shelf to the top with a pair of drawers below and an open display/storage area to the left with stylised shaped detail above and a lattice glazed cupboard to the right opening to reveal a shaped internal shelf designed to take bottles of wine, the door with stylised brass strap hinges and stylised brass drop handles to the drawers with scalloped and dot carved details to the sides, all made in wonderful wild grain 1/4 sawn oak.
Circa 1900.
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SB 13
An unusual Arts and Crafts oak sideboard attributed to Wylie and Lochhead of Glasgow, with stylised floral glass to the upper cupboards, a central mirror and D shaped side shelves to the ends, a central drawer and central lower cupboard flanked by open display to the sides.
Height 71 1/2", Width 59 7/8”", Depth 20 1/2".
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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SB 14
A good Arts and Crafts oak sideboard in the Glasgow style with a generous display area to the very top and dentil moulded cornice below with central upper angled cupboard with twin glazed doors, flanked by stunning stylised floral copper panels, the upper section supported with upright forward supports and a display/serving area with semi-circular central detail just above the two drawers with a further central drawer below, and an open area below that flanked by a pair of cupboards, with blind lattice work details.
Height 72 1/2", Width 63 1/2", Depth 24" at the central bow front. Circa 1900.
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SB 15
A stunning Arts and Crafts oak sideboard in the Liberty Glasgow style with an upper display area to the top, and two inverted cupboards with stylised stained glass doors, an open display/serving area below with two central angular drawers that have handy sliding shelves above, with two large cupboards below with fine copper strap hinges and handles.
Height 75 1/4", Width 55 1/2", Depth to the bow 24". Circa 1900.
£SOLD*.

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SB 16
A good sculptural Arts and Crafts Mahogany sideboard designed by George Walton and made by Liberty and Co with original ivorene Liberty label to the back.
See Morris, Barbara 'Liberty Design', p. 120 for an illustration of a dining room executed by Liberty and Co., 1906. This watercolour is also reproduced in 'The Studio Yearbook of Decorative Art 1906'
Height 52 1/2" 135cm, Length 74" 189cm, Depth in the middle 24 1/4" 61cm. Circa 1900.
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SB 17
An Arts and Crafts Oak sideboard made by P.E.Gane, with stained glass panels to the upper right hand cupboard, and stylised floral inlaid details using Tulip wood, Stained Sycamore and Walnut above the work area and to the cupboard door. It also has an unusual but handy slide giving you extra serving area which pulls out from just below the centre of the main work area.
Height 6', Width 66" Depth 25 1/2". Circa 1900.
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SB 18
An Cotswold style quarter sawn Oak Arts and Crafts sideboard of generous proportions in the manner of M.H. Ballie Scott with Ebony and fruitwood stylised floral inlays by Waring and Gillows. Height 74", Width 78", Depth 25 1/4".
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SB 19
A rare Shapland and Petter Glasgow Style Mahogany dining room set consisting of a Sideboard, a Buffet and two chairs. The Sideboard and Buffet all with stylised floral panels inlaid with fruitwoods, Pewter and Abalone, these panel designs are after a design by M.H.Ballie Scott and they are one of the most beautiful and pure Arts and Crafts designs that Shapland and Petter used. It is possible that Ballie Scott sold designs to Shapland and Petter.
Sideboard Height 85 1/2", Width 60 1/2", Depth 22 1/2".
Buffet Height 72", Width 46 1/2", Depth 22". Circa 1900.
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SB 20
A good Arts and Crafts display/sideboard designed by E.A.Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead. The upper shelf with slatted gallery and four capped tops and a central glazed cupboard with green glass Voysey style tree details flanked by open display area's with arched upper details, a central bevelled mirror with a sweeping upper support to the front and to the sides, pierced in each corner with six little hearts uniting the forward uprights which continue down to the work area and a glazed display area below with a pair of doors to each side, the lower open display area with lattice supports on turned and pad feet united with sweeping skirt. A pure Glasgow School design. The handle is an in house handle which they also used on a number of pieces in the Wylie and Lochhead catalogue of 1903.
Height 77 1/2", Depth 17", Width 42". Circa 1903.
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SB 21
A Glasgow Style Arts and Crafts oak sideboard with stylised cut-outs to the top and to the sweeping base, a bevelled mirror'd back and wonderful carved details to the upper section and to the doors with copper strap hinges and 2 drawers above an open display area.
Height ", Width ", Depth ". Circa 1900.
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SB 22
A superior quality Arts and Crafts oak sideboard by Romney Green.
Height 31", Depth 20", Length 70". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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SB 23
A sweet little Arts and Crafts oak sideboard with nice proportions, the central glazed upper cupboard flanked by shaped shelves and shaped supports the work area with wonderful elongated over hang to each side, with 2 drawers below and 2 cupboards below those on square shaped legs with wonderful quality handles pierced with upside down hearts and corresponding decorative hinges.
Height 66", Depth 21 1/2", Length 60".
£2850.

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SB 26
A top quality Liberty and Co 1/4 sawn oak Arts and Crafts sideboard with bulls eye glass to the top and bottom cupboards each one with open space beside, subtle detailing and superb quality stylised handles and hinges, with 2 drawers below the serving area.
Height 60 1/2", Width 54", Depth 28". Circa 1890.
£2800.

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SB 27
A small Liberty and Co 1/4 sawn oak Arts and Crafts sideboard with good restraint and subtle detailing and superb stylised handles, mirror and shelf to the top with 2 drawers below and further 2 cupboards below.

Height 62 1/2", Width 51". Depth 22". Circa 1895.
£2500.

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SB 28
An Exceptional quality Arts and crafts mahogany sideboard by Shapland and Petter, the top shelf with shaped supports below, a Wonderful stylised floral copper panel to the back and stylised cut outs to the sides, top quality hinges and handles, 2 drawers with curved fronts. Circa 1900. For some reason most of the images have got a funny tinge to them the main sideboard picture 1, 6 and 7 are it's true colour.
Height 64", Length 54", Depth 23". Circa 1900.
£2800.

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SB 29
A top quality Arts and Crafts mahogany sideboard with stylised floral carved back panel flanked by a pair of cupboards with capped tops, dentil mouldings below and stain glass panels, with two drawers below the serving area and two further cupboards below the right hand one with it's original wine revolving holder, the whole sat on squashed bun feet. A pair of identical drawer handles sold in Sothebys attributed to Voysey and made over £700.
Height 66", Length 60", Depth 26". Circa 1900.
£2200.

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SB 30
Good Quality Oak Arts and Crafts Glasgow style sideboard with good crisp stylised floral carvings to the top, sides and cupboard doors, central oblong bevelled mirror with 2 drawers below and cupboard space below that opening to reveal shelves to one side and wine drawer to the other and top quality stylised copper handles made by Wylie and lochhead. This sideboard is in one piece.
Height 70", Width 66", Depth 22". Circa 1900.
£1600.

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SB 32
An excellent quality Oak Arts and Crafts breakfront sideboard/bookcase by Maple and Co with superb stylised floral brass handles and hinges, 6 open shelves to the upper section with central cupboard with 2 drop down front drawers for music, files or LP's flanked by 2 upper drawers with adjustable shelves on shaped feet.
Height 52", Width 47 3/4", Depth 14 1/2". Circa 1900.
£2300.

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SB 33
Another excellent quality Oak Arts and Crafts breakfront sideboard/bookcase by Maple and Co with superb stylised floral brass handles and hinges different to the one above but totally original as one could choose the handles and hinges that one preffered when one bought the piece originally, six open shelves to the upper section with central cupboard with two drop down front drawers for music, files or LP's flanked by two upper drawers with adjustable shelves on shaped feet.
Height 52", Width 47 3/4", Depth 14 1/2". Circa 1900.
£2300.

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SB 34
A good quality Arts and Crafts Mahogany Buffet attributed to Wylie and Lochhead with shaped top and shaped work top and conforming lower shelf, 1 large drawer with superb quality copper handles.
Height 44", Width 42", Depth 19". Circa 1900.
£1250.

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SB 35
An Arts and Crafts Oak cabinet on legs in the manner of Voysey. Perfect for housing a TV/Stereo system.
Height 73 1/2", Width 50 1/2", Depth 25 1/4". C1890.
£1800.

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SB 36
An oak Arts and Crafts sideboard by Harris Lebus. C1905.
Height 72", Width 49", Depth 21 1/2".
£875.

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SB SOLD 9
An Arts and Crafts quality oak sideboard by Maple and Co, with stylised floral inlays to each side flanked by four sets of four turned supports with 'T' shaped moulded details behind and corresponding stylised floral inlays to the central cupboard doors, flanked by elongated 'A' shaped cupboards with quality stylised floral handles.
Height 6', Width at floor 77", Depth at floor 24". Circa 1900.
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SB SOLD 10
An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard with stylised floral copper panels inset into the 3 leaded glass doors and stylised cut-outs to the sides and stylised heart cut-outs to each corner with fabulous copper handles and strap hinges.
Height 79", Width 66", Depth 22 1/2". Circa 1900.
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SB SOLD 12
An Arts and Crafts sideboard the design attributed to Ballie Scott, with his famous Daffodil design hand painted to both upper doors, the projecting cornice which breaks forward in the centre and wonderful stylised strap hinges.
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SB SOLD 13
An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard by Shapland and Petter. Stamped S & PB to the locks.
For a similar example see Bennett, Daryl ‘Shapland and Petter Ltd of Barnstaple: Artsand Crafts Furniture’ Barnstaple 2005, p. 8.
Height 64", Width 60", Depth 24". Circa 1905.
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SB SOLD 14
An oak Glasgow School sideboard designed by E.A. Taylor, made by Wylie and Lochhead with split heart to the detail to the shaped top.
Height 59 1/2", Width 66", Depth 22 1/2". Circa 1903.
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SB SOLD 15
An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard attributed to Liberty and Co with a central mirror flanked by stylised floral Ebony inlays.
Height 66 1/4", Width 60", Depth 21 1/2". Circa 1900.
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SB SOLD 16
An Art and Crafts Glasgow Style oak sideboard attributed to G M Ellwood and made by Bath Cabinet Makers with copper panels of hearts to the top and cherries to the doors with stylised cut-outs to the upper sides.
Height 65", Length 66", Depth 25 1/5". Circa 1900.
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SB SOLD 18
An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard design attributed to G M Ellwood for Bath Cabinet Makers. A central stylised floral copper panel in the style of W.J.Neatby's work, flanked by intricately carved details with a carved panel of seed pods to left hand cupboard door and through heart cut-outs above with hand formed copper handles and hinges.
Height 76 1/2", Width 52", Depth 21". Circa 1900.
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SB SOLD 19
An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard attributed to Goodhall, Lambs and Heighway of Manchester.
Height 70", Width of cornice 61", Depth 23". Circa 1900.
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SB SOLD 21
An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard in the Cotswold style attributed to Eric Sharpe with protruding pegged construction and scolloped carved detail to the edges, exposed dovetail joints to the sides on curved base with sledge style feet with further scolloped detailing.
Height 33", Width 5', Depth 21". Circa 1900.
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SB SOLD 22
An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard with stylised carved floral details, ying yang cut outs to the feet and enamel roundels inset into the handles.
Circa 1900
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