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Designers and Makers 1
Charles Locke Eastlake (attributed), a Reformed Gothic stained oak cabinet, the architectural roof with arched and turned supports, 249cm high, 122cm wide, 63.5cm deep See Spencer, Charles 'The Aesthetic Movement', p. 35, illus 17 for a similar example.
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Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (attributed), a pair of Gothic Revival brass altar vases, engraved 'St Mary's Paisley', 35.5cm high
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William Burgess (manner), a pair of Gothic Revival brass tall pricket candlesticks, late 19th century, with trefoil galleries to the hexagonal drip pans supported by beasts, octagonal knopped shafts, cusped bases with three winged beast supports, 69.5cm high
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George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, a silver gilt model of a medieval chalice, Chester 1910, 11.5cm (4.5in) high, 393g (13.75 oz)
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Designers and Makers 5
Greenwood and Watts, a pair of Gothic Revival silver mounted ovoid glass communion cruets, London 1936, in the manner of William Butterfield, 23cm (9in) high
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A Gothic Revival painted, carved and pierced oak side chair, possibly designed by William Burgess, with animal forms of an elephant and a mythical bird to the upright terminals, leather seat, 106cm high
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Attributed to Gillows of Lancaster. A rare Gothic Revival geometric architect's desk, 1870s, with a cupboard to one side and a bank of five drawers to the other side, with a sliding top opening to reveal compartments for storing drawing utensils, 76cm high, 94cm long
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Designers and Makers 8
A Reformed Gothic brass square hall lantern, with leaded and stained glass panels, the oil lamp with a green glass reservoir, 72cm high, 16cm square.
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Designers and Makers 9
A set of four Gothic Revival oak hall chairs, carved and pierced backs with a crest, solid seats and shaped front supports, I will sell in pairs. 105cm high.
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Designers and Makers 10
Charles Bevan (attributed), a set of five side and an elbow chair, oak and ebonised with later green velour upholstery, 104cm and 95cm high, (6).
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Designers and Makers 11
Charles Bevan (fl. circa 1860-circa 1882) for Gillow and Co., a set of six oak dining chairs, with oak button inlay, on hexagonal tapering front supports, 91cm high, (only one with upholstery in red leather)
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Designers and Makers 12
Charles Bevan (attributed), a Reformed Gothic oak elbow chair and matching side chair, carved and ebonised with dog tooth bands, pierced and carved with roundels, the arms with foliate and scroll terminals, on an H-stretcher base, 98cm and 91cm high. These chairs have a similar feel to Charles Bevan's registered reclining chair made under licence by Marsh, Jones and Cribb. See Gere, Charlotte and Whiteway, Michael 'Nineteeth-Century Design' London 1993, p. 113, plate 124.
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Designers and Makers 13
An Aesthetic Movement carved walnut swivel desk armchair, in the manner of Charles Locke Eastlake, with a re-upholstered red leather seat, 93cm high.
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Designers and Makers 14
George Faulkner Armitage (1849-1937), a carved rosewood exhibition quality sideboard, probably made by Collinson and Lock, the moulded cornice with a carved half sunflower frieze, a frieze of overlapping quarter sunflowers, a shelf and mirrors, the base with carved drawers, an open base and panelled sides with full sunflower stiles, on block feet, 219cm high, 198.5cm wide, 63cm deep.
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George Faulkner Armitage (1849-1937), a mahogany side chair, with an overlapping quarter sunflower carved toprail, turned and fluted supports, en suite with the above sideboard, 103cm high
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Designers and Makers 16
John Pollard Seddon (1827-1906), an important Gothic Revival carved oak, embossed leather and caned armchair designed for the 1851 Great Exhibition, 108cm high. Whiteway, Michael and Gere, Charlotte 'Nineteenth-Century Design' London 1993, illus. p. 84. Cooper, Jeremy 'Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors' London 1987, p. 104, illus. 220 and p. 105, illus. 227. The original drawing survives for this chair and different versions survive including one in solid ebony.
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Designers and Makers 17
John Pollard Seddon (1827-1906), a pair of dining chairs, ensuite with the previous lot, 94cm high.
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Designers and Makers 18
John Pollard Seddon (1827-1906), a pair of dining chairs, ensuite with the previous lot, 94cm high.
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Designers and Makers 19
A Reformed Gothic oak side cabinet, in the manner of John Pollard Seddon, 1880s, with seven Minton Shakespeare series tiles designed by John Moyr Smith, a carved armorial, decorative brass hinges and four cross boarded doors, 134cm high, 125cm wide, 52cm deep Carved with the shield and crest of OXLEY
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Designers and Makers 20
Marsh, Jones and Cribb, a walnut and ebony line inlaid large centre table, the design attributed to Charles Bevan, rectangular with rounded ends, the heavily turned supports with ring-pierced brackets and low stretchers, original paper maker's label under, 76cm high, 184cm wide, 122cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 21
Marsh, Jones and Cribb, a walnut and ebony line inlaid desk/library table, the design attributed to Charles Bevan, rectangular with two drawers, the heavily turned supports with ring-pierced brackets and low stretchers, original paper maker's label under, en suite with the previous lot, 76cm high, 184cm wide, 63cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 22
Marsh, Jones and Cribb, a fine carved walnut and ebonised sheet music cabinet, paper label under, 128cm high, 46cm wide, 37cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 23
H W Batley, a mahogany and split cane side chair, 83cm high
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Designers and Makers 24
Henry William Batley (attributed) for Collinson and Lock or Jas. Shoolbred and Co., an oak armchair, re-upholstered in red leather, the curved arms with pads, fluted and twist fluted supports, on castors, 85cm high
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Henry William Batley (attributed) for Collinson and Lock or Jas. Shoolbred and Co., a mahogany armchair, with later button back upholstery in good condition, the curved arms with pads, with stylised floral carved details to the back supports and fluted and twist fluted supports, on castors, 85cm high
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Designers and Makers 26
Henry William Batley (probably) for Collinson and Lock, an unusual Aesthetic Movement rosewood sofa, with rounded ends and spiral legs, re-upholstered in pink velour, 86cm high, 239cm wide The spiral front legs are details often used in Batley's designs
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Designers and Makers 27
Collinson and Lock, a fine Anglo-Japanese mahogany settee, possibly designed by E. W. Godwin, with subtle japanesque detailing to the back uprights, each arm turns out in the Japanese style, with finely carved foliate details to the upper fronts and fine turnings to the lower back and below the arms, on finely turned legs with treble ribbed brass and ceramic castors, stamped mark, 92cm high, 139.5cm long.
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Designers and Makers 28
Bruce Talbert (attributed) probably for Gillow and Co., an Aesthetic Movement walnut, cut and embroidered velvet three-fold screen, with japanesque birds in blossom boughs, 149cm high, the central panel 88cm wide, the smaller two each 44cm wide
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Designers and Makers 29
Lewis Foreman Day, an Aesthetic Movement ebonised mantel clock, the gong-striking eight-day movement with an Arabic numeral 6 inch dial, with blue and gilt flower and sunburst painted panels, 38.5cm high, 28cm wide, 19.5cm deep See 'Victorian and Edwardian Decorative Art: The Handley-Read Collection' Royal Academy 1972, p. 63, no. D17 for a clock with an identical face and similar floral work. Also see Spencer, Richard 'The Aesthetic Movement', p. 36, illus. 18 and Askin, Elizabeth 'The Aesthetic Movement', p. 69-70.
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Designers and Makers 30
An Aesthetic Movement ebonised mantel clock, the brass gong-striking movement with an Arabic numeral 6.5 inch dial with a painted central sunburst, with two finely painted panels of Signs of the Zodiac and titled figural panels, 42cm high, 27cm wide, 15cm deep
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Designers and Makers 31
An Aesthetic Movement ebonised circular wine table, in the manner of Gillow and Co., on a ring-turned and reeded column with a collar, on three downswept legs, 72cm high, 38cm diameter.
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Designers and Makers 32
An Aesthetic Movement amboyna, ebonised and painted wall mirror, probably made by Gillows, with an over-arching painted and gilt panel, a circular bevelled mirror on an amboyna ground with gilt highlights, 82cm high, 54cm wide.
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Designers and Makers 33
An Aesthetic Movement ebonised, mirrored and painted wall shelves, with Arthurian or medieval figures in a landscape with a castle beyond, on a gilt ground, 101cm high, 62cm wide, 15cm deep
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Designers and Makers 34
Jas. Shoolbred and Co., a rare pair of Anglo Japanese walnut long octagonal side tables, the square tapering splay legs with rod galleries and an undertier, with the original labels, 65cm high, 60cm wide
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Designers and Makers 35
Jas. Shoolbred and Co. (attributed), a pair of Aesthetic Movement ebonised open arm chairs, with repeated elliptical backs, graduated spindles to the arms, re-upholstered leather seats and ring-turned outswept feet, 75cm high
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Designers and Makers 36
Lewis Foreman Day (attributed), a walnut and tiled wall cabinet, the tiles painted with flowers, 'L', 'H', '27th April' and '1882', 78cm high, 77cm wide, 23cm deep
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Designers and Makers 37
Henry Stacey Marks (bird designs) and V.C. de Rivaz, a painted pine mantel clock case, 1885, painted under 'I was made in July-August 1885 by V.C. de Rivaz. The birds being designed for me by Henry S. Marks, R.A.', 44cm high, 20.5cm wide, 13cm deep. Victor Chevalley de Rivaz (circa 1833-1895), was a stockbroker of Swiss-Neapolitan extraction and was a man of various talents. He made richly decorated wooden furniture and he had taken up the study of cookery, as he found the English cooking was so bad. He also had many artist friends, amongst them Henry Stacey Marks and John Bagnold Burgess
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Designers and Makers 38
An Anglo-Japanese ebonised 'Pagoda' square centre table, the top with cusp corners and two curl-up edges, fretted supports united by an undertier, on casters, 71cm high, 82cm wide, 80cm diameter. A good example of a rare Japanese inspired centre table.
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Designers and Makers 39
Thomas Edward Collcutt (1840-1924) for Collinson and Lock. a rosewood part drawing room suite, circa 1880, comprising: four side chairs, a high-back nursing chair and a low-back nursing chair, with ring-turned galleries, uprights and supports, original Paisley pattern silk brocade upholstery identical to those illustrated in the 1871 catalogue drawings, 102cm high and smaller, (6) See Gere, Charlotte and Whiteway, Michael 'Nineteeth-Century Design' London 1993, p. 283. Collcutt designed nearly all of the furniture in the Collinson and Lock catalogue of 1871 and John Moyr Smith drew all the illustrations.
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Designers and Makers 40
Richard Charles (1823-93), an Aesthetic Movement ebonised elbow chair, circa 1866, with ball finials, a ladder back, later leather seat, gilt highlights and X-frame base with X-frame stretcher, on casters, 83cm high. The attribution is based on the details on the chair in the following lot. This chair represents an extremely rare design from the very beginnings of the Aesthetic Movement. Please refer to footnote
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Designers and Makers 41
Richard Charles (1823-93), an Aesthetic Movement ebonised nursing chair, with a spindle gallery above and below the padded back, carved decoration and lines, on casters, 86cm high. See Antique Collectors Club 'Pictorial Dictionary of British 19th Century Furniture Design', p. 170, top right-hand illustration. This chair represents an extremely rare design from the very beginnings of the Aesthetic Movement.
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Designers and Makers 42
An Aesthetic Movement ebonised and gilt painted panel mantel clock, the gong-striking movement with outside countwheel no. 1543, the dial and panels painted with Japanese birds, fans and objects, turned finials, columns and feet, 49cm high, 44cm wide, 18cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 43
An Anglo-Japanese ebonised small 'Pagoda' side cabinet, with a fretwork, mirrored and shelved top, the base with an asymmetric arrangement of a cupboard and shelves, 141cm high, 75cm wide, 34cm deep Inspiration for this design is taken from Japanese architecture.
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Designers and Makers 44
An Aesthetic Movement ebonised and painted wall shelf, with turned galleries and 'D' shaped shelves, 70cm high
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Designers and Makers 45
An Aesthetic Movement set of four walnut and chequer tooled leather hall chairs, in the manner of Edward William Godwin, 91cm high. The embossed leather represents Japanese style basketweave.
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Designers and Makers 46
Bruce Talbert (attributed), an oak wall hanging bookcase, the door inset with a print of Adam and Eve after Albrecht Durer, 114cm high, 109cm wide, 22cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 47
Bruce Talbert (attributed), an ebonised single drawer cabinet, with upper gallery and ivory inlays to the upper doors of men amongst floral details in Mannerist style within an oval, flanked with squirrels to each corner. the semi-circular side supports with trefoil cut-outs to the backs and turned supports to the fronts, with two lower shelves and a pierced gallery, on turned feet, 144cm high, 65cm wide, 38cm deep
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Designers and Makers 48
Bruce Talbert (1838-1881) for Gillow and Co., an important Aesthetic Movement ebonised desk, with gilt highlights, a brass gallery, a gallery, a mirror, a leather inset top, two drawers, turned and fluted supports and a stretcher with a padded centre, stamped mark, 94cm high, 123cm wide, 60cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 49
Bruce Talbert (attributed), probably for Gillows, an impressive Aesthetic Movement ebonised cabinet for semi-fixing, with a gentle play of upper open shelves with turned uprights and turned legs and decorative brass beadings, gilt highlights, amboyna inlay to the central drawer and doors with painted panels of maidens amidst classical swags, 190cm high, 76cm wide, 33cm deep. The handles and hinges are identical to those used by Talbert on many other pieces he designed for Gillows.
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Bruce Talbert (1838-1881) for Gillow and Co., an Aesthetic Movement ebonised nursing chair, with a lobed toprail, a button upholstered panel with spindles below, on ring and twist turned legs with casters, 74cm high
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Bruce Talbert (attributed) for Gillow and Co., an Aesthetic Movement circular wine table, on four turned and fluted supports with X-base, on inset casters, stamped mark, no. 8955, 58cm high, 38cm diameter.
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Designers and Makers 52
Bruce Talbert (1838-1881) for Gillow and Co., a set of four Aesthetic Movement ebonised side chairs, with a lobed toprail, a later leather upholstered seat and panel with spindles below, on ring and twist turned legs, 84cm high
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Designers and Makers 53
Bruce Talbert (attributed), an ebonised side cabinet, with bevelled mirrors, gilt lines, carved and gilt walnut panels and floral fabric, the Neo-Classical Adam style panels carved with putti playing lute and triangle, 150cm high, 144cm wide, 39cm deep See Sotheby's with Paul Reeves 'The Best of British Design from the 19th and 20th Centuries: The Selling Exhibition', 14th-20th March 2008, PR 41 and PR43 for a similar carved panels.
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Designers and Makers 54
Bruce Talbert (1838-1881) for Gillow and co., a rare and imprtant plain walnut, amboyna, ebonised and gilt bedroom suite, each with differing carved rosettes, comprising: a triple mirror door wardrobe, 208cm high, 208cm wide, 58cm deep; a pair of bedside lockers, 85cm high, 38cm wide; and a pair of single bedsteads, 124cm wide Provenance: The famous Argentinian writer and suffragette Victoria Ocampo (1890-1979), bought from her estate and shipped back from Argentina.
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Designers and Makers 55
Bruce Talbert (probably) by Gillows of Lancaster, an Aesthetic Movement ebonised settee, with carved and gilt florets to the scroll style back terminating at the tops with carved circular motifs, tramline details throughout, the upsweeping arms with four turned supports in graduating sizes each with a central gilt line a fifth larger turning, with gilt lines centred by small gilt balls, the spiral turned front legs and bulbous turned back legs united by twin semi-circular stretchers, with twin supports, on original brass and ceramic casters, 85cm high, 168cm wide
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Designers and Makers 56
Bruce Talbert (1838-1881) for Gillow and Co., an oak two-drawer writing table, with a later red leather top, stamped mark, no. L9534, 75cm high, 92cm wide, 56cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 57
Bruce Talbert (attributed), a belge noir and red marble mantel clock, with a French brass bell striking 8 day movement, bronze mounts and incised and gilded decoration, 45cm high
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Designers and Makers 58
Bruce Talbert (1838-1881), a carved oak and glazed sheet music cabinet, probably by Gillow and Co., 103cm high, 66cm wide, 45.5cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 59
Bruce Talbert (1838-1881) for Gillow and Co. (probably), an oak and tiled washstand, 127cm high, 76cm wide, 64cm deep The spiral turned legs and the differential treatment of the rosettes are typical devices used by Talbert.
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Designers and Makers 61
Bruce Talbert (attributed) by Garnett and Sons, Newcastle, an oak side table, with a drawer, maker's stamp, no. 8905, 71cm high, 56cm wide, 55cm deep. 500-700 To see another comparable example of Talbot's work for Garnett's see www.puritanvalues.com Gothic Revival page under Current Stock (stock no. GO 41).
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Designers and Makers 62
Bruce Talbert (attributed), a pair of Gothic Revival walnut hall chairs, 95cm high.
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Designers and Makers 63
Bruce Talbert (attributed), a Gothic Revival oak open bookcase, probably by Gillow and Co., with a pierced foliate cornice above plant panels, further carving and turning, 154cm high, 105cm wide, 34cm deep. This bookcase has similar finials and feet to the 'Pericles' cabinet which was the winner in the 1867 Paris Exhibition. Bruce Talbert used carved floral details, always differing, on many pieces designed for Gillow and Co. and Holland and Sons.
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Designers and Makers 64
Bruce Talbert (1838-1881), a fine oak and glazed standing corner cabinet, probably by Gillow and Co., 181cm high, 73cm wide, 55cm deep. The castellated cornice detail above the bevel glazed door is identical to the moulding on his famous 'Pet' sideboard exhibited at the 1872 London International Exhibition and also the 'Pericles' sideboard exhibited at the 1867 Paris Exhibition where it was a Grand Prix winner.
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Designers and Makers 65
Bruce Talbert (attributed), an ebonised and walnut hall chair, with inset Minton's tile designed by Dr Christopher Dresser, 90cm high
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Designers and Makers 66
Gregory and Co., Regent St., an Aesthetic Movement carved walnut side cabinet, with brass winged hinges, stamped mark to a door, no. 1479, 184cm high, 125cm wide, 41cm deep. This follows many design details of Edward William Godwin though he is not known to have worked for Gregory and Co.
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Designers and Makers 67
James Smithey, an Aesthetic Movement carved walnut, bevelled mirror and embossed copper overmantel, 1894, one panel stamped 'JS 1894', 123cm high, 178cm wide, 15cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 68
Heal and Son, an Anglo-Japanese walnut 'Pagoda' side table, 76cm high, 83cm wide, 49cm deep See 'Pictorial Dictionary of British 19th Century Furniture' Antique Collectors' Club 1977, p. 526 for an illustration from a Heal's catalogue of 1884
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Designers and Makers 69
Heal and Son, a matched pair of Anglo-Japanese walnut 'Pagoda' side tables, 69cm high, 68cm wide, 36cm deep See 'Pictorial Dictionary of British 19th Century Furniture' Antique Collectors' Club 1977, p. 526 for an illustration from a Heal's catalogue of 1884
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Designers and Makers 70
Falkirk Foundry, a cast iron corner stickstand 'Wisdom', with an owl amidst foliage, brass ball finials, 67cm high, 44cm wide, 28cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 71
Dr Christopher Dresser (attributed) a cast iron fireplace, with zig-zag detailing and stylised 6 inch tiles attributed to Minton's, 96.5cm high, 102cm wide Exhibited at New Century, Kensington Church St., London, 'The Selling Exhibition', 2nd to 19th June 1999. See Lyons, Harry 'Christopher Dresser The Peoples Designer', pl. F-016.
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Designers and Makers 72
Thomas or Henry Jeckyll (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese cast iron stickstand probably by Robbins and Co., 80cm high, 49cm wide Robins and Co. worked in association with Barnard, Bishop and Barnard of Norwich for whom Thomas Jeckyll designed. Robbins are known to have manufactured at least one of Thomas Jeckyll's designs.
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Designers and Makers 73
Thomas or Henry Jeckyll (attributed), an Anglo-Japanese cast iron stickstand probably by Robbins and Co., 84cm high 51cm wide Robins and Co. worked in association with Barnard, Bishop and Barnard of Norwich for whom Thomas Jeckyll designed. Robbins are known to have manufactured at least one of Thomas Jeckyll's designs.
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Designers and Makers 74
Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) for Ault, a butterfly moulded cache pot, green-yellow glazed, impressed and moulded mark, no. 312, 14cm high
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Designers and Makers 75
A Gothic Revival oak hall chair, with an inset tile designed by Dr Christopher Dresser, 110cm high
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Designers and Makers 76
Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904), a cast iron stick stand by Coalbrookedale, 1870s, 81cm high, 51cm wide See Cooper, Jeremy 'Victorian and Edwardian Interiors and Furniture', p. 145, pl. 357 and Durrant, Stuart 'Christopher Dresser', p. 100
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Designers and Makers 77
Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) for Benham and Froud, a pair of brass fire implement rests, 18.5cm high
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Designers and Makers 78
Dr Christopher Dresser (attributed) for Benham and Froud, a walnut coal scuttle, circa 1875, with brass handles and a scoop, 46cm high, 50cm wide, 45.5cm deep See 'Architect-Designers Pugin to Mackintosh 5-29 May 1981' exhibition catalogue by the Fine Art Society with Haslam and Whiteway, p. 34, item 30 for an example
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Designers and Makers 79
A silver plated double-well preserve dish by Roberts and Belk, lamp trademark, in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser, with a wicker covered handle, 20cm wide
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Designers and Makers 80
Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) for Mintons, two 6 inch three-tile panels, in a recent common frame, 49cm x 35cm overall
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Designers and Makers 81
An Aesthetic Movement electro-plated oblong tray by Hukin and Heath, circa 1880, stamped marks, in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser, 44cm long.
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Designers and Makers 82
Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) for Perry, Son and Co., a brass chamber candlestick, stamped maker's mark and 'Dr Dressers Design', 13.5cm high
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Designers and Makers 83
Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) for Benham and Froud, a copper, pewter and brass peacock plate, 1870s, stamped 'Pat 6886', 27cm diameter See Lyons, Harry 'Christopher Dresser The Peoples Designer', p. 213, pl. 421 and Whiteway, Michael 'Christopher Dresser 1834 1904' Skira 2001, p. 150 illus. 175
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Designers and Makers 84
Benham and Froud, an Arts and Crafts copper cauldron shape jardiniere, the design attributed to Dr Christopher Dresser, embossed with a band of repeated flowers, on three brass feet, stamped orb and cross mark and 'Made in London', 32cm high
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Designers and Makers 85
Benham and Froud, an Arts and Crafts copper cauldron shape jardiniere, the design attributed to Dr Christopher Dresser, embossed with a band of repeated flowers, on three brass feet, stamped orb and cross mark, a smaller version to the previous lot, 20cm high
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Designers and Makers 86
Dyer and Watts (probably), an Aesthetic Movement painted quarter-sawn pitch and burr pine five-piece bedroom suite, the stylised floral stencil details in the manner of Dresser, comprising a triple wardrobe, 214cm high, 187cm wide, 60cm deep; a dressing table, 168cm high, 122cm wide, 55.5cm deep; a bedside locker; a marble top washstand with tiled back, the tiles depicting birds and stylised flowers possibly by Worcester ; and a towel horse The stylised floral stencils strongly suggest Dyer and Watts of Islington. They exhibited a similar wardrobe at the Paris Exhibition of 1867 which was purchased by the Empress of France.
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Designers and Makers 87
Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904), an electro-plate mounted glass claret jug by Hukin and Heath, with an ebony rod handle, engraved 'London Scottish Rifle Volunteers A Company Private George I. Ingram 1880', 20cm high See Whiteway, Michael and Gere, Charlotte 'Nineteenth-Century Design' London 1993, p. 286. His designs for Hukin and Heath where first shown in 1879.
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Designers and Makers 88
Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) for Benham and Froud, a pair of brass fire implement rests, 17.5cm high
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Designers and Makers 89
Dr Christopher Dresser (attributed), an ebonised music cabinet, with six painted panels attributed to Moyr Smith, the upper pair in the shape of crosses with painted Japanese floral details, the central pair depicting a violinist and a harpist sitting on a Greek stylised chair, the lower pair square shaped with applied circular cross and Japanese flower, the doors with incised geometric latch style handles enclosing ten drop-front drawers, compartments to the base, 120cm high, 79cm wide. See Lyons, Harry 'Christopher Dresser: The Peoples Designer 1834-1904', p. 144, plate 260.
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Designers and Makers 90
Dr Christopher Dresser (attributed) by Ogdens of Manchester, an ebonised chair , with a re-upholstered padded toprail, a carved lotus flower, gilt highlights, amboyna panels and turned legs with casters, the casters stamped with a Patent Office mark for 25th March 1875?, 72cm high The details in this chair show strong stylistic similarities to Dr Christopher Dresser's work and is known to have designed for Ogdens.
Now re upholstered in a quality green leather.
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Designers and Makers 91
Dr Christopher Dresser (attributed) for Benham and Froud, an Aesthetic Movement rectangular brass and wrought iron coal scuttle, 29cm high, 41cm long, 33cm deep.
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Designers and Makers 92
Dr Christopher Dresser (attributed) for Royal Worcester, a shaped oblong tureen, with twin elephant head handles, printed, coloured and gilt decoration, blue printed marks, Patent Office mark for 1871, date code for 1872, 16cm high, 41cm long
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Designers and Makers 93
Thomas Jeckyll for Barnard, Bishop and Barnard, a cast iron fireplace insert, with Japanese style decorative roundels on ribbed and blind fret grounds, cast 'Registered' and an indistinct Patent Office mark, 93cm high, 91.5cm wide. See Soros, Susan and Arbuthnott, Catherine 'Thomas Jeckyll: Architect and Designer 1827-1881', p. 212, 213, 214 and 216
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Designers and Makers 94
Thomas Jeckyll (attributed), a pair of cast iron fireplace inserts, with a peacock displayed on a bracket with a bearded classical bust, on a Japanese basket weave ground, 91.5cm high, 43cm wide See Soros, Susan and Arbuthnott, Catherine 'Thomas Jeckyll: Architect and Designer 1827-1881', p. 94
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Designers and Makers 95
A rare Anglo-Japanese ebonised jardiniere or bowl stand, the circular dished top on S-shape supports united by Japanese latticework details, the square base with incurved sides, on disc shaped feet, 26cm high, 30cm long The pure design and the quality of the workmanship of this stand suggests a top designer.
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Designers and Makers 96
A rare pair of Anglo-Japanese brass wall lights brackets, with moths flying within a fan, and bamboo style architectural detailing, 26cm high, 36cm long
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Designers and Makers 97
A pair of Aesthetic Movement ruby encased glass and gilt enamelled vases, circa 1880, painted with birds and butterflies amongst blossoms, with zig-zag and dot detailing to the rims in the manner of Dresser, 18cm high
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Designers and Makers 98
Minton, an Anglo-Japanese majolica jug, modelled with lily pads and flowers, on a Japanese wave ground, overall turquoise glazed, impressed marks, date code for 1877, 24cm high
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Designers and Makers 99
Minton, a pair of 6 inch brown printed tiles, one with a bird in flight carrying a tortoise, the other with a wading bird eating a frog, in a common frame. (one cracked) 19cm high, 34cm wide overall
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