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Designers and Makers 201
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J. S. Henry, an oak and inlaid elbow chair and side chair, each marked for J. S. Henry under the seat rails, 111cm and 106cm high See Agius, Pauline 'British Furniture 1880-1915' Woodbridge 1978, p. 96 plate 114 for this model exhibited at an Exhibition in the Dublin Museum 1905.
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Designers and Makers 202
J.S. Henry (attributed), an oak and inlaid sofa and armchair, the elongated front supports with square caps, the settee frame only, the chair re-upholstered in a William Morris print, sofa 121cm high, 144cm wide, 75cm deep; the chair 121cm high, 77cm wide, 71cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 203
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955), an oak and inlaid coal purdonium, circa 1905, 71cm high, 47cm wide The handle is after a design by C. F. A. Voysey, who is also known to have designed for J. S. Henry.
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Designers and Makers 204
An Arts and Crafts book covers designed by M. Lilian Simpson circa 1894-96 for the Art Union, engraved mark 'ART UNION OF LONDON 1st JANUARY 1896', with silver plated mounts, a hinged clasp and morocco binding, the title page with notes on the designer and design, the remaining leaves blank (with some later use), 24.5cm (9.5in) x 20cm (8in).
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Designers and Makers 205
William Hutton and Sons, a pewter and 'Ruskin' heart shape plaque cache pot, stamped mark, no. 01099, 15.5cm high.
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Designers and Makers 206
Albert Edward Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver table lighter, Birmingham 1907, chased with a motto band 'There is no herb like it under the canopy of heaven', 9.5cm (3.75in) high, 96g (3.25 oz) gross The motto from Charles Kingsley's 'Westward Ho!'
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Designers and Makers 207
William Hutton and Sons, a silver collared slender ovoid glass decanter and stopper, the glass possibly by James Powell, Birmingham 1906, 41.5cm (16.25in) high
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Designers and Makers 208
James Powell, Whitefriars (attributed), a part table service of glasses, circa 1900, with wrythen and dimpled bowls, comprising: four hock, 15cm high; seven claret, 12cm high; one sherry, 11.5cm high. See Dennis, Richard 'Whitefriars Glass, The Art of James Powell and Sons', p. 59, illus. 151.
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Designers and Makers 209
An Arts and Crafts silver plated brass and vaseline and cranberry glass cylindrical hall lantern, with a pierced conical roof and spade cut-outs, 46cm high.
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Designers and Makers 210
Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo (1851-1942), a very important oak chair, with an Art Nouveau floral back, 99cm high.
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Designers and Makers 211
Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo and The Century Guild (attributed), an Arts and Crafts copper wall sconce attributed to Kellock Brown, hammered and embossed with a domed lobed top above a titled figure of 'Winter' flanked by straps forming the three sconce supports below, 74cm high, 34.5cm wide, 15.5cm deep. In the staircase of Pownhall Hall is a window that represents the Four Seasons See 'Studio' 1899, p. 190 for two comparable examples.
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Designers and Makers 212
E. Goodall, Manchester, a mahogany, inlaid and leaded glass display cabinet, metal label, 175cm high, 129cm wide, 44cm deep. Known to have made furniture for Mackmurdo and The Century Guild. This piece made by Bath Cabinet Makers and retailed by Goodalls
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Designers and Makers 213
Edith Lupton for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware and brass table lamp, impressed and incised marks, 34cm high (excluding fitment).
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Designers and Makers 214
William Aitken, an Arts and Crafts silver mounted clear and green glass spirit decanter and stopper, Birmingham 1908, the glass possibly by Webb, 26cm (10in) high
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Designers and Makers 215
Arthur Cook, a pair of Arts and Crafts silver mounted clear and green glass decanters and stoppers, Birmingham 1903, the glass possibly by Webb, 23cm (9in) high
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Designers and Makers 216
William Hutton and Sons, an Arts and Crafts pewter and turquoise glazed cabochon covered jug, circa 1900, stamped mark, no. 090, 20.5cm high.
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Designers and Makers 217
An Arts and Crafts electro-plated and enamelled inkstand, 23cm (9in) wide
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Designers and Makers 218
Guild of Handicraft, a hammered silver and turned ivory skiing trophy, chased with a skier within a laurel wreath, 21cm (8.5in) high, 441g (14 oz) gross Exhibited at the Hart Centenary Exhibition, Chipping Camden, 2008
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Designers and Makers 220
Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (1865-1945), a set of four oak ladderback armchairs, by J. P. Whyte of Bedford, with re-rushed seats, one with metal label for the Pyghtle Works, 106cm high
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Designers and Makers 221
Charles Robert Ashbee (attributed), an Arts and Crafts wrought iron and pierced embossed copper firescreen, with a shield of a pelican to the centre, 82cm high, 54cm wide. See Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition' for a comparable fender.
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Designers and Makers 222
Charles Robert Ashbee (1863-1942) for the Guild of Handicraft, a beech ladderback armchair, with a re-rushed seat, 119cm high; and a single chair en suite. Designed for the dining room of the 'Magpie and Stump', Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, his family home from 1896. One can see the taller ladderback at the head of the table in a watercolour showing the dining room of his house. See Cooper, Jeremy 'Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors' London 1987, p. 200, illus. 522; Whiteway, Michael and Gere, Charlotte 'Nineteenth-Century Design' London 1993, p. 253, plate 319; and Andrews, John 'Arts and Crafts Furniture' Antique Collectors Club, p. 88, pl. 85.
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Designers and Makers 223
Charles Robert Ashbee (attributed) for the Guild of Handicraft, a beech ladderback armchair, with a re-rushed seat, 100cm high This armchair was purchased together with the chairs in the previous lot and with the striking similarities they share does confirm a sound attribution
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Designers and Makers 224
Guild of Handicraft (attributed), a set of four oak and chequer line inlaid side chairs, re-upholstered seats, one stamped 'B49', 89cm high.
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Designers and Makers 225
An Arts and Crafts oak and embossed patinated brass stationery box, 24.5cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 226
Arthur John Seward, Birmingham, an Arts and Crafts hammered electro-plated double inkstand, stamped mark, 8cm (3in) high, 23cm (9in) wide,
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Designers and Makers 227
An Arts and Crafts electro-plated and enamelled cigar box, hammered overall, the cover applied with a cut-out 'Cigars' with enamels in blue-green, stamped 'Cambray Ware', 26.5cm (10.5in) wide See Christie's sale 'Arts and Crafts with Liberty and Co' 30th June 2005, lot 107 for a copper and enamel box stamped Cambray Ware. Also see 'Collecting by Design: Silver and Metalwork of the Twentieth Century from the Margo Grant Walsh Collection' Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 2008, p. 18-19, no. 8.
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Designers and Makers 228
Arthur Dixon for Birmingham Guild of Handicraft, an electro-plated and satin finish vaseline glass adjustable table lamp, 34cm high. See 'Arts and Crafts Metalwork: Blackwell, The Arts and Crafts House 2003', p. 26 for a bowl on stand with a comparable foot treatment.
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Designers and Makers 229
An Arts and Crafts wrought iron and vaseline glass hall lantern, 42cm high.
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Designers and Makers 230
Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (1865-1945), an oak and inlaid wing armchair, blue cut damask upholstered, the arm supports with chequered inlay panels, block feet. There are two armchairs by M. H. Baillie Scott shown in 'Houses and Gardens', p. 298 and 299 in period pictures of a house Baillie Scott designed called The Garth.
Height 44". Depth 20 1/2", Width at arms 22 3/4" Height of arms 28 1/2", Height of seat 19 1/2".
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Designers and Makers 232
Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (1865-1945) for J.P. White, an Arts and Crafts sideboard, with stylised floral carved details to the upper doors, stamped 'JPW' to an upper drawer and to the edge of an upper door See 'Furniture made at The Pyghtle Works, Bedford by John P. White Designed by M. H. Baillie Scott' original trade catalogue 1901 No 18 The Daffodil sideboard for a comparable example.
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Designers and Makers 233
Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (1865-1945) for J.P. White, a mahogany and inlaid mantel clock case, with mother of pearl, a pagoda top, an inlaid dial and three birds in flight below, 51cm high, 26cm wide, 19cm deep. See 'Furniture made at The Pyghtle Works, Bedford by John P. White Designed by M. H. Baillie Scott' original trade catalogue 1901 for the bird motif detail on bluebird cabinet no. 50, a music cabinet no. 31, a work cabinet no. 47 and a cradle no. 65.
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Designers and Makers 234
Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (attributed), an oak rush-seated elbow chair, with a heart cut-out splat, probably made by The Guild of Handicraft, the back splat angling forward from the head rest to the seat and with an 'A' frame back with a very intricate rush seat which fits snugly between the side stretchers below the arms, with square legs united by unusual upper stretchers and lower floor stretchers with wavy details to the underneath of them, 113cm high
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Designers and Makers 235
Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (1865-1945), a pair of stained beech and inlaid armchairs, the tapered slab backs with foliate and ribbon-bordered roundels, flat curved arms, triform seats and square tapered front supports, 84cm high.
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Designers and Makers 236
An Arts and Crafts brass and honeycomb vaseline glass hall lantern, 48cm high overall.
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Designers and Makers 237
An Arts and Crafts oxidised metal and vaseline glass ceiling light shade, in the manner of the Guild of Handicraft, 27cm high.
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Designers and Makers 238
John Paul Cooper (1869-1933), a silver plated inkwell, stamped with a monogram and '682L', 17cm wide,
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Designers and Makers 239
William Hutton and Sons, a silver mounted green glass spirit decanter and stopper, Birmingham 1900, 33cm (13in) high
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Designers and Makers 240`
James Powell, Whitefriars, a set of seven glass finger bowls, 11cm wide. See Evans, Wendy, Ross, Catherine and Werner, Alex 'Whitefriars Glass: James Powell and Sons of London', p. 263, plate 384, item 1.
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Designers and Makers 241
William James Neatby (attributed), a mahogany square plantstand, with elongated uprights, circular caps and stylised plant piercing, 93cm high, 36cm square.
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Designers and Makers 242
Sidney Barnsley (1865-1926), an oak stickback side chair, with the original rush seat, 91cm high. See Andrews, John 'Arts and Crafts Furniture' Antique Collectors Club, p. 102
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Designers and Makers 243
Ernest Gimson (after), a Cotswold School English Walnut and chequer lined corner bookcase, the incurved and angled top with lattice glazing and two doors, the base with two doors, 200cm high, 98cm wide, 73cm deep. See Greensted, Mary 'Gimson and the Barnsleys' 1980, p. 99, fig. 63 for a later rendition which is in Lotherton Hall. See also Gilbert, Christopher 'Furniture at Temple Newsam House and Lotherton Hall', vol I, London 1978, p. 59, no. 41, illustrated with the design sketch. This version of 1903 is in oak and was purchased by Henry H. Peach, Dryad Works, Leicester in 1915.
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Designers and Makers 244
Cotswolds School, an oak dining suite, possibly by Eric Sharp or Gordon Russell, comprising a rectangular dining table, 76cm high, 158cm wide, 82cm deep; six elbow chairs, with re-upholstered leather seats; and a sideboard, 81cm high, 136cm wide, 43cm deep. Exhibited at Liberty and Co., June 2009.
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Designers and Makers 245
An Arts and Crafts lacquered brass half tester double bedstead, with lattice swing brackets, with stylised plant and scroll headboard and footboard, 221cm high, 136cm wide, 199cm long.
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Designers and Makers 246
Pilkington's, ten 6 inch tiles, each tube-lined with a stylised foliate design, on a turquoise ground, moulded 'P' mark, 15.5cm.
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Designers and Makers 247
Alfred Stevens (attributed) probably for Hoole and Co., a copper fire insert with a figural sculpted roundel, 82cm high, 68.5cm wide See Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition' London 14-20 March 2008, PR 28 for another insert by Stevens.
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Designers and Makers 248
Bernard Moore (1850-1935), a high-fired ruby ovoid jar, in a prunus design, with an enamelled lacquered brass pierced cover, painted mark, 39cm high See Dawson, Aileen 'Bernard Moore: Master Potter 1850-1935' London 1982, p. 82, fig. 52 for the only metal mounted piece in the book. It is silver mounted by the Duchess of Sutherland's Cripples' Guild and dates to 1910. They worked in other metals and so it is possible that the Guild were responsible for this cover. The cover unmarked except for an engraved 'No 173'
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Designers and Makers 249
Bernard Moore (1850-1935), a high-fired ruby squat vase, painted with songbirds, painted mark, 10cm high.
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Designers and Makers 250
Bernard Moore (1850-1935), a high-fired ruby 'bomb' vase, painted mark, 16cm high.
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Designers and Makers 251
Charles Francis Annesley Voysey for Thomas Elsley, a brass fireplace tongs and shovel, circa 1900, 66cm and 63.5cm long. See Gilbert, Christopher 'Furniture at Temple Newsam House and Lotherton Hall', vol 1, p. 145, no. 172. An example exhibited in the Arts and Crafts Society Exhibition, 1902.
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Designers and Makers 253
An Arts and Crafts carved oak firescreen, in the manner of Arthur Simpson, the cruciform uprights with octagonal caps, carved with a panel of stylised flowers, 86cm high, 68cm wide
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Designers and Makers 254
George Walton (1867-1933), a walnut 'Philipines' high back side chair, with a cane back and seat, 124cm high Designed by Walton for The Philipines, a house in Braxted Chart, Kent 1902-05. Illustrated in Andrews, John 'Arts and Crafts Furniture' Antique Collectors Club, p. 102; and Moon, Karen 'George Walton: Designer and Architect' Oxford 1993, p. 120, pl.157.
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Designers and Makers 255
George Walton (1867-1933), an important oak panelled bench for the Eastman Kodak London showrooms, 140cm high, 152cm wide, 143cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 256
An Arts and Crafts oak elbow chair, in the manner of George Walton, with re-rushed back and seat panels, square supports with floor stretchers, 102cm high
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Designers and Makers 256a
Another Arts and Crafts oak elbow chair, in the manner of George Walton, with re-rushed back and seat panels, square supports with floor stretchers, 102cm high
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Designers and Makers 257
George Walton (attributed), an Arts and Crafts embossed copper and brass mantel clock, retailed by Goodyers Ltd, 19cm high, 37cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 258
George Walton (1867-1933) for Liberty and Co (attributed), an Arts and Crafts mahogany bowfront sideboard, hammered brass handles, ivorine label to back, 135cm high, 189cm wide, 61cm deep. 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'.
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Designers and Makers 259
George Walton (1867-1933), an oak small fold-out desk, circa 1899, with a copper heart lockplate, twin hinged flaps, a hinged leather inset writing surface, a pen rest and inkwell, on square tapering supports with stretchers and casters, 78cm high, 61cm wide, 37cm deep (closed). See Moon, Karen 'George Walton: Designer and Architect' Oxford 1993. Originally designed for George Davidson's home Beechcroft and then Wern Fawr, see illus. no. 186, p. 140.
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Designers and Makers 260
Sir Edmund Elton (1846-1920) for The Sunflower Pottery, a gold crackle glazed tall ewer, painted mark, 38cm high
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Designers and Makers 261
An Arts and Crafts hammered copper semi circular stickstand, with embossed foliate roundels, 78cm high, 42cm wide, 16cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 262
Liberty and Co. (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese walnut armchair, with wavy arm supports and arms that follow through to the side stretchers, 123cm high.
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Designers and Makers 263
Liberty and Co., an Anglo-Moorish walnut and ebonised lamp standard, circa 1890, with apron niches and mushribya panels to the two undertiers, the base with further niches, 91cm high, 36cm square See Antique Collectors Club 'Pictorial Dictionary of British 19th century Furniture Design', p. 551. Exhibited at Liberty's Annual Arts and Crafts exhibition June 2009
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Designers and Makers 264
Liberty and Co., a walnut Thebes stool, with a re-strung dished seat, a spindle gallery, on four legs, 39cm high, 37cm square.
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Designers and Makers 265
Liberty and Co. (attributed), a beech 'Thebes' stool, with a red leather seat
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Designers and Makers 266
Liberty and Co. (attributed), a stained beech Thebes stool, with a re-strung dished seat, on four legs, 38cm high, 37cm square.
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Designers and Makers 267
Liberty and Co. (attributed), a mahogany open arm chair, in the manner of Edward William Godwin, with later studded upholstery, 124cm high.
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Designers and Makers 268
Collinson and Lock, a rosewood and line inlaid circular table, in the manner of E.W. Godwin, circa 1890, with a shaped apron, on five turned and tapered supports joined by stretchers.
See Christies Sale No 5971, 8th July 2009. for an identical inlaid version stamped 'Collinson & Lock, London, 253'.
Exhibited Liberty and Co. Annual Arts and Crafts Exhibition, June 2009, fig. 15.
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Designers and Makers 269
Liberty and Co (attributed), a mahogany triform occasional table, in the style of Edward William Godwin, 56cm high, 47cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 270
Liberty and Co (attributed), an oak square occasional table, in the style of Edward William Godwin, 56cm high, 39cm square.
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Designers and Makers 271
Liberty and Co (attributed), an Anglo-Moorish walnut partners' desk, with blind fret and full fret panels and drawers, flower carved niches, turned supports joined by stretchers, on block feet, 76cm high, 173cm wide, 105cm deep. The fretwork stylistically in keeping with the Moorish furniture that was being imported and made in the 1890s
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Designers and Makers 272
An Arts and Crafts oak and inlaid mantel clock, possibly retailed by Liberty and Co., with a French timepiece movement, 28.5cm high, 20cm wide, 14cm deep
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Designers and Makers 273
Liberty and Co. (attributed), a hammered pewter and enamel rectangular photograph frame, 34.5cm high, 28.5cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 274
E.A. Taylor (attributed), probably made by Wylie and Lochhead, an Arts and Crafts oak bench, with sweeping top and crescent cut-out to centre and heart cut-out to the central undertier, fielded polished panelled back, 213 cm long
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Designers and Makers 275
An Arts and Crafts mahogany and inlaid armchair, possibly by Liberty and Co., with carved stylised plant motif to the central splat, 120cm high.
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Designers and Makers 276
Liberty and Co., a pair of silver five-bar toast racks, Birmingham 1935, no. 50253, with Celtic knot decoration, 8.5cm (3.25in) long, 238g (7.5 oz)
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Designers and Makers 277
Liberty and Co., a silver square tea caddy,, Birmingham 1919, with a push-on cover and trellis decoration, with presentation engraving, 9cm (3.5in) high, 139g (4.5 oz)
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Designers and Makers 278
Liberty and Co., a hammered pewter and enamel small clock, with an integral key wind timepiece movement, stamped 'English Pewter Made by Liberty and Co.', no 0756, 10.5cm high.
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Designers and Makers 279
Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a pair of embossed pewter bombe vases, one stamped 'English Pewter', no. 0226, 19cm high.
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Designers and Makers 280
Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a 'Tudric' pewter four-piece tea service, stamped marks, no. 0231, the teapot 25.5cm long.
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Designers and Makers 281
Liberty and Co. (attributed), a hammered copper and 'Ruskin' plaque rectangular wall mirror, 40.5cm x 27.5cm overall.
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Designers and Makers 282
An Arts and Crafts glass and wrought iron floor vase on stand, the green tinted vaseline trumpet with a waved rim, attributed to James Powell of Whitefriars, the stand with scrolls and part twisted supports, 137cm high
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Designers and Makers 283
Liberty and Co., a pewter and sodalite cabochon vase, stamped 'Made by Liberty and Co English Pewter 038', 18cm high.
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Designers and Makers 284
Liberty and Co. (attributed), a white painted enamel and stained glass three-fold screen, with capped uprights and stylised floral stained glass to the upper panels, the worn silk to the back probably designed by Arthur Silver of the Silver Studios for Liberty and Co. (the fabric worn in places) See Morris, Barbara 'Liberty Design', p. 51 (illustrated to the left) and p.52 (illustrated to the right) for comparable examples
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Designers and Makers 285
Liberty and Co. (attributed), a set of four oak armchairs, in the manner of E. Punnett, with heart cut-outs, re-upholstered drop-in seats, sled feet, 97cm high.
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Designers and Makers 286
Liberty and Co (attributed), an Arts and Crafts copper rectangular wall mirror, spot hammered and embossed with roundels and fleurs de lys, 58cm high, 39cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 287
Liberty and Co, a pair of beech high comb back elbow chairs, with dished hexagonal seats, on tapered supports with H-stretchers, one with ivorine label, 113cm high.
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Designers and Makers 288
Liberty and Co., a rare pewter and enamel rectangular cigarette box, circa 1905, the plaque painted with the profile of a maiden against stylised trees, stamped no. 0386 only, 6cm high, 13.5cm wide, 11cm deep. See Levi, Mervyn 'Liberty Style: The Classic Years 1898-1910' London 1986, p. 30 for an illustration of the present lot. The author notes that 'Representations of the human figure are rare in Liberty...'
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Designers and Makers 289
A rare pair of Jas. Macintyre and Co. pottery and brass oil lamps, in Anglo-Japanese taste, with Hinks patent burners, 39cm high overall
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Designers and Makers 290
Liberty and Co., an oak settle, with a mushrabiya back with heart and other cut-outs, 116cm high, 147cm wide, 53cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 291
An Arts and Crafts copper and glass ceiling light, in the manner of C.R. Ashbee, circular with overhanging cornice, scroll brackets, bull's eyes band and a green tinted and honeycomb moulded lower shade, approximately 50cm high, approximately 55cm diameter.
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Designers and Makers 292
An Arts and Crafts copper and glass ceiling light, in the manner of C.R. Ashbee, circular with overhanging cornice, scroll brackets, bull's eyes band and a honeycomb moulded lower shade, approximately 50cm high, approximately 55cm diameter.
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Designers and Makers 293
An Arts and Crafts hammered copper coal box and cover, circular with scroll strap handles, the swept lid embossed with sunburst and open spiral handle between stylised tulip finials, 39cm high.
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Designers and Makers 294
Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson (1876-1955), circa 1930, an adzed oak side chair, with a panel back and a leather seat, carved with a mouse signature, 76cm high
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Designers and Makers 295
Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson (1876-1955), an oak octagonal aneroid barometer, with a German double diaphragm movement, 21cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 296
Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson (1876-1955), a rare oak longcase clock, of exceptional quality with carved florets to the front and his famous little mouse climbing up the side :-
HICKORY DICKORY DOCK, THE MOUSE RAN UP THE CLOCK.
Circa late 1960's,70's.
Height 76" 194cm, Width 18", Depth 13".
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Designers and Makers 297
An Arts and Crafts hammered copper rectangular wall mirror, circa 1905, embossed with stylised foliage, 64cm high, 80cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 298
Henry Stacy-Marks, a highly important English painter of portraits and birds. An oil on gilded panel in the medieval style of a gentleman passing his loved one a flower, 29cm x 23cm, in a carved walnut and parcel gilt frame, 51.5cm x 47cm overall. One of a pair.
Marks had a reputation for his high spirits and conviviality. He enjoyed success as a painter of Shakespearean and historical subjects and later, ornithological pictures.
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Designers and Makers 299
Henry Stacy-Marks, a highly important painter. An oil on gilded panel in the medieval style of a lady receiving a flower from her loved one, 29cm x 23cm, in a carved walnut and parcel gilt frame, 51.5cm x 47cm overall.
Marks had a reputation for his high spirits and conviviality. He enjoyed success as a painter of Shakespearean and historical subjects and later, ornithological pictures.
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