Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Dining Tables, Refectory and Drop leaf Tables

TB 30
A super quality Arts and Crafts oak refectory table attributed to Peter Waals, with high stretcher and chamfered through tennons and shaped tapering feet. For similar examples see 'Modern British Furniture' page 179 and 'The Studio Year Book 1928.
Length 6' Width 27 1/2". Circa 1900.
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TB 32
An Arts and Crafts oak drop leaf/draw leg, extending dining table. This model is a hybrid, because they have solved the problem of that swing out leg on drop leaf tabes which can be cumbersome when seated at. On this one when the leaf is up the legs slide out to support it making a very sturdy table indeed.
Height 30" Depth with both flaps down 25" Length with both flaps extended 60 1/2" Width 42". Circa 1900.
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TB 33
An Arts and Crafts oak drop leaf table with stylised cutouts to each end. Length 30" (Open) 34" (closed) 14.5" height 28". Circa 1900.
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TB 36 see also HandGR 41
An Arts and Crafts light Oak six seater (or at a tight squeeze) 8 seater refectory dining table attributed to Heals and Son with pegged construction, superb quality.
Length 54", Width 30". Circa 1920's.
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TB 39 see also L&Co 72
A good quality large Arts and Crafts oak drop leaf dining by Liberty and Co with pierced spade details to each end.
Length 36", Width closed 20", Width open with flaps up 68". Circa 1900.
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TB 40
A contempory dark oak craftsman built dining table in the Glasgow style. This table was originaly commissioned and owned by Annie Lennox.
Approx measurements 8' long by 3' 6" wide. Circa 1980's.
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TB 41
A good quality drop leaf oak dining table with a compartment for trays etc. Made by C Hindleys 134 Oxford St. London.
Circa 1880.
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TB 42
A good quality Arts and Crafts oak side/drop leaf table with pegged construction.
Height 29 1/4", Length 30", Depth closed 10 1/4", with both leaves up 43". 1903.
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TB 43 see also GW Ex 11a
An Arts and Crafts oak dining table with Voysey style doves bird cut-outs to each corner, on square and turned legs united by stretchers.
Length 46", Width 35 1/2". Circa 1900.
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TB 44 see also S&PB 29
An Arts and Crafts oak oval dining table made by Shapland and Petter.
Length 60" Width 41", Height 30 1/2". Circa 1900.
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TB 45
An Arts and Crafts oak refectory table. length 6' width 3'. Circa 1930.
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TB 51 see also Cotswold 53
A good Cotswold style oak dining table designed by Edward Barnsley for the Rural Industries Bureau.
Height 29", Length 6' 3" Depth 36".
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TB 51a see also Cotswold 54
A super quality pair of Cotswold style oak armchairs designed by Edward Barnsley for the Rural Industries Bureau matching the table above.
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TB 53
An Arts and Crafts oak eight seater 'Tretower' refectory dining table designed by Paul Matt who was the key figure in the design and manufacture of Brynmawr Furniture, son of a German cabinet maker (who had made furniture to the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh). Matt served his apprenticeship with his father. He arrived in Brynmawr in 1929, keen to help in the Quaker project however he could. He set up the furniture workshop early in 1930. What is revealed by his designs for Brynmawr furniture is a knowledge of the Arts and Crafts movement, and continental Modernism, combined with a very practical approach to the materials, facilities and labour available.
Length 6', Width 32 1/4". Circa 1931/32.
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TB 54
A rare and important Arts and Crafts oak dining table by Earnest Gimson with Hayrake detailed stretcher. Circa 1900
Length 6'6", Width 41 1/2", height is just under 29".
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TB 55 see also GW Ex SOLD 26a
A rare Glasgow School oak refectory table designed by John Ednie for the Printing Works in Darnley St Glasgow, they printed posters and works of art for Jessie M King, Mackintosh and the Macdonald sisters.
Length 7', Depth 30". Circa 1900.
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TB 56
A good quality circular oak dining table by Heals and Son.
Width of the top 54". Circa 1920-30's.
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TB 57
An oak dropleaf dining table by Rupert Griffiths. A sculptual work of Art with scalloped details to the legs.
Height 29" Width 61" Depth 42".
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