Arts and Crafts Furniture
A set of six Edwardian Arts and Crafts oak framed dining chairs, possibly by Wylie & Lochhead, the arched top rails finely carved with stylized plants above drop-in seats, on block legs, height 112cm, width 50cm.
Hammer price: £130
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An early 20th century Arts and Crafts style carved walnut coffer, the hinged lid and front with a patinated steel trick clasp lock, the panels carved with linenfold decoration, height 63cm, width 88.5cm, depth 39cm.
Hammer price: £180
A mid-20th century Arts and Crafts style oak refectory table and six matching chairs, height of table 75.5cm, length 168cm, depth 67cm, height of chairs 111cm, width 30cm.
Hammer price: £300
A late Victorian stained beech Sussex type armchair, possibly by Morris & Co, the unusual curved spindle back above a rush seat, on ring turned legs, height 92cm, width 52cm.
Hammer price: £240
An Edwardian Arts and Crafts mahogany glazed bookcase, in the manner of Wylie & Lochhead, inlaid in pewter, boxwood and stained wood with stylized flowers, the two glazed doors flanked by projecting chamfered columns, height 133.5cm, width 101cm, depth 41cm.
Hammer price: £340
An early 20th century Arts and Crafts oak window seat, the shaped top raised on reeded plank supports and bracket feet, united by a pegged stretcher, height 60cm, width 127cm, depth 29.5cm.
Hammer price: £120
A set of four Edwardian Arts and Crafts oak framed dining chairs with pierced top rails and stylized tulip splats, the seats and back pads upholstered in cream leatherette, height 101cm, width 46cm.
Hammer price: £25
An early 20th century oak canted square book table, in the manner of Heals, height 61cm, width 53cm.
Hammer price: £50
A set of eight Arts and Crafts oak framed chairs, after a design by Charles Francis Annesley Voysey, the tall backs pierced with opposing heart motifs above caned panel seats, on square tapering legs, height 140cm, width 43cm, depth 50cm. Note: the original design for these chairs was created for Voysey's clients William and Haydee Ward-Higgs, a London solicitor and his wife, around 1898 for their home at 23 Queensborough Terrace. Through publications such as 'The Furnisher' magazine, this design was copied by contemporary and later craftsmen.
Hammer price: £900
An Edwardian Arts and Crafts oak dressing chest, fitted with a swing mirror and two drawers, height 148cm, width 103cm, depth 41cm.
Hammer price: £50
An Edwardian Arts and Crafts oak dressing chest by Shapland & Petter of Barnstaple, the swing mirror back inset with red/yellow glazed plaques, the back stamped with 'R152 95' registration number, height 171cm, width 107cm, depth 51cm (one ceramic plaque cracked and handles replaced). Note: a similar dressing chest is illustrated in 'Shapland & Petter Ltd of Barnstaple' by Daryl Bennett, page 85.
Hammer price: £100
An Edwardian Arts and Crafts oak wardrobe, in the manner of Shapland & Petter, the overhanging pediment with triangular supports, the panelled door flanked by carved panels, height 199cm, width 107cm, depth 48cm.
Hammer price: £70
An early 20th century Arts and Crafts style oak wall clock with eight day chiming movement, height 80cm, width 44cm (crack to glass).
Hammer price: £40
An Edwardian Arts and Crafts ash two-seat settee, designed by E.G. Punnett and made by William Birch, the double-panel back above a woven rush seat, on ring turned legs, height 110cm, width 132cm, depth 53cm. Provenance: Toovey's Country House Sale at Little Thakeham, Wednesday 18th October 2000, Lot 14.
Hammer price: £750
An early 20th century Arts and Crafts oval copper wall mirror with hammered decoration, 85cm x 60cm.
Hammer price: £110
A large early 20th century Arts and Crafts oak refectory table, the rectangular top above eight frieze drawers, raised on gothic end supports and chamfered legs, the 'H' stretcher with pegged ends, height 81cm, length 301cm, depth 116cm.
Hammer price: £5,000
An early 20th century Arts and Crafts style painted softwood Wellington chest of seven graduated drawers by the Rowley Gallery, the textured surface with sgraffito decoration, bearing maker's label to back panel, height 91cm, width 53cm, depth 38.5cm.
Hammer price: £260
An Edwardian Arts and Crafts mahogany barrel back chair by Liberty & Co, the curved upright comb back above a drop-in rush seat, raised on a panelled base with open front, height 72cm, width 67cm, depth 54cm.
Hammer price: £650
An early 20th century limed oak compactum wardrobe, in the manner of Heals, the two doors enclosing hanging space, shelves and drawers, height 153cm, width 138cm, depth 55cm.
Hammer price: £400
An early 20th century Heals pale oak Letchworth dining table, designed by Philip Tilden, the rectangular top raised on four column supports and bracket feet, bearing inset maker's plaque to underside, height 74.5cm, length 184cm, depth 75cm. Note: this table was originally designed by Philip Tilden for Winston Churchill at Chartwell in the 1920s and was then produced by Heals commercially.
Hammer price: £1,000