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WL 4
An Arts and Crafts single wardrobe attributed to M H Ballie Scott with strong inlaid details and soft green glass to the door. This was purchased on the Isle Of Man. The quality and build of this is a step above, all the oak used to make this is an inch thick, the top is thicker. The oak has been hand chosen for the wonderful grain and figuring one can see in the images. The door opens to reveal an upper shelf and a rail with full space hanging below.
Height 6', Width at cornice 43 1/2", Depth of cornice 22 3/4". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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WL 5
A top quality Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak bedroom pair with 3/4 wardrobe and 4' 6" double bed. Wardrobe with flaring cornice, full length mirror door flanked by stylised floral inlays and lower full length drawer with good quality stylised handles. Probably made by Wylie and Lochhead.
Wardrobe Height 80", Width of Cornice 57", Depth of cornice 22 1/2". Circa 1900.
£2800 The pair.

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WL 6
Morris and Co. A superb quality Mahogany four piece bedroom suite designed by George Jack with intricate detailed copper handles designed and made by Richard Rathbone.
The quality of this suite is outstanding each piece signed Morris and Co 449 Oxford St.W and numbered.
Height 1/2", Width " Depth ". Circa 1900.
£POA.
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WL 7
An Arts and Crafts oak combination wardrobe by Maple and Co, with Mother Of Pearl stylised floral inlays to the top of the full length bevelled mirror door which opens to reveal full length hanging space and further inlays to the upper cupboard doors which open to reveal two shelves with three drawers below, the wardrobe stands on bun feet.
Where the wardrobe stood it was hard to get good images but one can get a good idea of it, the quality and condition is outstanding.
Height 81 1/2", Width 71", Depth 22 1/2".
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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WL 8
An Arts and Crafts oak treble wardrobe by Shapland and Petter with central mirrored door flanked by two further doors with wonderful stylised floral carvings to the top and below the flaring cornice. The doors opening to reveal double hanging space to each side with an array of brass hooks to the back and sides with two large drawers to the base.
Height 82 1/2", Width of cornice 77", Depth of cornice 21". Circa 1900.
£POA.
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WL 9
An Arts and Crafts oak three piece bedroom suite by Wylie and Lochhead of Glasgow, with stylised floral inlays of Pewter and Mother Of Pearl consisting of a double wardrobe with lower drawer, a matching dressing table and a washstand all with conforming inlays with a pair of bedroom chairs also by Wylie and Lochhead with similar inlaid pewter florets to the top, original rush seats in very good condition with square tapering legs united by four stretchers.
Wardrobe Height 82 1/4", Width of cornice 55", Depth of cornice 21 1/4".
Washstand Height 45 3/4", Width to the ends of the towel rails 50 1/2" , Depth 20".
Dressing Table (with mirror) Height 67" with the mirror, Width 42" , Depth 20 1/2".
Circa 1903.
£POA.
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WL 10
A rare Arts and Crafts oak wardrobe and matching dressing table designed by E Punnett and made by William Birch in 1901 (see British Furniture by Pauline Agius page 120 plate 163). The pair with sensational ebony and pewter stylised inlaid details and chevron inlaid details throughout to the dressing table and wardrobe. The dressing table is one you can sit at and they are becoming harder and harder to find, the wardrobe has good hanging space and two large drawers to the base. (I do have the two handles which are missing in the image)
Dressing table Height 56", Width 41 1/2", Depth 21 1/2". Circa 1901.
£POA.
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WL 12
A Shapland and Petter wardrobe in the style of M.H.Ballie Scott with domed top and conforming dome top door with full length bevelled mirror and lower full length drawer, the whole inlaid with a variety of diamond and chequerboard inlay and copper handles.
Height 88", Width 48", Depth 19 1/4". Circa 1900.
£2200.
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WL 13
An Arts and Crafts oak Wardrobe and matching dressing table by Harris Lebus with flaring cornice, stylised decorative copper hoods above 'A' framed leaded glass lights and a full length bevelled mirror door and a large deep drawer below with wonderful heart shaped handles.
Height 7' 1", Depth of cornice 25", Width of cornice 57". Circa 1900.
£POA.
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WL 16
A good four piece bedroom suite of superior quality by Wylie and Lochhead the design attributed to E A Taylor consisting of double wardrobe, Dressing table, Wash stand and 4' 6" double bed. Fantastic metal work thoughout, original brass candle caps to the dressing table with Celtic cutouts also to the to the washstand, elongated hearts to the bed, wonderful conforming cornices all with dental detailing.
It is very difficult to find bedroom suites which still have their beds.
Wardrobe Height 75", Depth of cornice 21", Width of cornice 53 1/2".
Dressing table Height 57", Depth 20", Width 42".
Washstand Height 43", Depth 20", Width 50".
Double Bed 4' 6" wide, Headboard Height 43". Circa 1900.
£POA.
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WL 17
A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts oak treble wardrobe in the manner of M.H.Ballie Scott possibly by Goodhall, Lambs and Heighway with Ebony and Walnut stylised floral inlays very much in his style to the cornice and further leaf style inlays to the door tops and bottoms and to the tops of the lower drawers. It has a central bevelled mirror door flanked by 2 further doors which angle back towards the centre and glazed upper sections with Moorish details behind copper lattice work panels and quality copper handles pierced with inverted hearts. These handles were used on some Morris and Co furniture and I have had a variation of the Norman Shaw chair similar to the ones designed by him for the Tabard Inn that were retailed by Morris and Co images 8,9,10,11 and 12.
Circa 1890.
£POA.
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WL SOLD.
A Shapland and Petter Oak bedroom pair with matching double bed.
Although the bed is made from Mahogany and was a completely different colour we have stripped and refinished it to the same colour as the wardrobe and dressing table which you can see in the images below.
The treble wardrobe with stylised Glasgow Rose copper panels and stylised copper hinges.
The dressing table with central bevelled mirror flanked by elongated uprights with capped tops and stylised Glasgow rose copper panels.
Wardrobe Height 211cm high, Width 200cm wide, Depth 62cm; dressing table Height 164.5cm, Width 122cm. Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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WL SOLD.
A Heals and Co Arts and Crafts oak bedroom suite of superior quality designed by Ambrose Heals consisting of a treble wardrobe, dressing table, a matching bedroom chair, and a pair of 3' wide beds which can easily be made into a 6' wide king size bed just by butting the two singles together.
The treble wardrobe with flaring cornice inlaid with Ebony and Pewter with a central cupboard each door with circular Ebony and Pewter inlays, 4 drawers below with brass swan neck handles flanked by 2 further cupboards with flowing Ebony and Pewter inlays surrounded by chequered with double line Ebony and Pewter inlays and brass drop handles each with full length hanging space with retracting and extending hanging rails, the whole on subtle arching feet.
Wardrobe Height 76 1/2", Depth 24", Width 79".
Dressing table Height 60", Width 42", Depth 21". Circa 1898.
£SOLD.
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WL SOLD
An Arts and Crafts oak bedroom pair by Harris Lebus with graduated flaring cornice with shaped supports, single full length mirror to the door flanked by decorative green glass squares and stylised copper hinges and wonderful latch style copper handle. The angular base with full length drawer and copper heart shaped handles.
Height 84", Width of cornice 54", Depth of cornice 25 1/2".
The dressing table with conforming graduated cornice with swinging mirror and a small shelf below and a pair of jewelry drawers below that with five further drawers all with heart shaped handles and conforming angular base.
Height 64", Depth 22 1/2, Width 42". Circa 1900.
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WL SOLD
A Harris Lebus bedroom trio consisting of 3/4 inverted wardrobe with elongated uprights with capped tops and crescent cut-out to the centre top with full length mirror flanked by stylised floral copper panels and stylised copper latch style handle with corresponding copper strap opposite and large drawer to the base on turned feet. The dressing table with corresponding elongated uprights surmounted with capped tops swivel mirror with crescent cut-outs to each side and central lower shelf with drop down flap with stylised copper handel and hinges and large lower drawer with turn legs. The bedside cabinet with stylised floral copper panel and copper ring pull handle and turned legs.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.
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WL SOLD.
An Arts and crafts Oak treble wardrobe with flaring cornice wonderful repousse pewter panels above and below the full length bevelled mirror depicting mythical sea creatures flanked by elongated pewter repousse stylised floral details to each door and conforming hand hammered steel strap hinges, handles and escutions with two banks of two drawers below.
Wardrobe Height 81", Width of cornice 71", Depth of cornice 23". Circa 1890.
£SOLD.
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