A Gothic Revival ash chest of drawers, frieze with inlay and herringbone banding, fitted with two short and four long drawers, shaped feet, width ... read more
A contemporary Gothic style casket, painted in traditional design, hinged front, silk lined, width 51cm, depth 28cm, height 43cm.
An Indian hardwood and tiled corner cabinet in the Gothic Revival taste, attributed to Edward William Godwin, executed by the Bombay Art ... read more
A small vase designed by Dr Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe Art Pottery, aubergine glaze, the lobed body modelled Oriental inspired design, factory ... read more
Two lobed dishes designed by Dr Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe Art Pottery, the larger with turquoise and maroon glaze, 23cm diam, the smaller (Qty: 4) ... read more
A pottery ewer designed by Dr Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe Art Pottery, with loop handle over a squat body, incised by geometric banding, under ... read more
A figural dish designed by Dr Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe Art Pottery, after a Fijian Priest's ceremonial dish, human form under a streaked ... read more
An Aesthetic movement cast iron hallstand, designed by Dr. Christopher Dresser for The Coalbrookdale Company, cast to the removable drip tray ... read more
An Aesthetic movement oak hanging set of shelves, late 19th century, shaped top with navette shaped marquetry floral panel (as found), above an ... read more
Eight 6-inch Victorian art pottery tiles, designed by William Wise for Minton, including five from the Country Life series, and three from the (Qty: 8) ... read more
A Victorian art pottery charger, by Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co, circa 1875, hand-painted with a parakeet amongst exotic palms and flowers, on a brown ... read more
A Victorian wrought iron and leather rocking chair, in the manner of R W Winfield, late 19th century, height 100cm.
A cut steel and brass hinged fender, attributed to Sir Edwin Lutyens, early 20th century, the steel panels cut with geometric design, front panel ... read more
A large mahogany chimney-piece, designed by Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens for the Billiard Room of Papillon Hall, Lubenham, ensuite to the previous lot, ... read more
A large mahogany bookcase fascia, designed by Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens for the Billiard Room of Papillon Hall, Lubenham, the main aspect ... read more
A brass and copper oil lamp, by W. A. S. Benson, fitted with an Evered & Co safety burner, the copper reservoir holder raise don a knopped brass ... read more
After Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Angels of Creation, three photograveures, 46cm x 18cm. (Qty: 3)
Two similar Arts and Crafts brass wall sconces, octagonal with repousse worked borders of stylised motifs, adapted with twin branches fitted with (Qty: 2) ... read more
An English Edwardian brass and opalescent glass wall light, the scrolled branch supporting a glass shade held within a coronet frame, the glass ... read more
An English Edwardian brass and opalescent glass wall light, the scrolled branch supporting a glass shade with wavy rim and streaked with opalescence, ... read more
A terracotta garden planter on plinth by Doulton Lambeth, tapering form, with rosettes on a plinth, diam 62cm, height 90cm.
A lithographic exhibition poster for the British Arts and Crafts, Pavillion de Marsan, Palais du Louvre, Paris, April - October 1914, printed by ... read more
'Hatfield by Motor-bus Service no. 109', a lithographic travel poster, published by Waterlow & Sons Ltd, London Wall, London, (530.1000.3.13), 30" x ... read more
A sterling silver serving spoon, by Gorham for Tiffany & Co, late 19th century, 'Medallion' pattern the handle and terminal cast with classical ... read more
A cased set of six Arts and Crafts silver cabochon set teaspoons, by Harold Edwin Landon of Lancaster, Chester 1922, with quatrefoil terminals ... read more
A Jugendstil silvered metal and ceramic inkwell, by Joseph Reinemann , Munich, early 1900s, the hinged cover and tripod body modelled as a grotesque ... read more
A Hungarian reticulated pottery vase, by Fischer Emil, the tall swollen neck with four gilt handles to the base, squat body, factory marks, 37cm.
A Minton's Secessionist series twin-handled vase, tall tapering form tubelined with stylised peacock eye border above swags, in turquoise and green ... read more
A 'Harjian' ware pottery vase by Foley Art China, circa 1895, decorated with Egyptian masks enclosed by Egyptian-inspired foliate borders, factory ... read more
A set of oak Arts and Crafts style open bookcase, three fixed shelves, width 98cm, depth 25cm, height 108cm.
An ash Arts and Crafts style open bookcase, with open shelves, width 107cm, depth 34cm, height 145cm.
A small Arts and Crafts oak chest of drawers, rectangular boarded top, two short and three long graduating drawers, plinth base, width 82cm, depth ... read more
An Arts and Crafts style single bed, by Heal & Son, London, with headboard, footboard and base, headboard height 96cm, width 93cm.
An Arts and Crafts oak bedside pedestal cupboard, by Peter van der Waals for Claude Biddulph of Rodmarton Manor, with a slide above open recess with ... read more
An Arts & Crafts oak chest of drawers, attributed to Sidney Barnsley, two short and three long drawers, protruding dovetails, chip carved outlines, ... read more
An Arts and Crafts oak chest of drawers, attributed to Sidney Barnsley, two short and three long drawers, chip carved outlines, decorative ribs to ... read more
A set of nine Clissett dining chairs, executed by Edward Gardiner after designs by Ernest Gimson, oak frame, rush seats, including two armchairs, (Qty: 9) ... read more
An Arts and Crafts oak hall stand, by Morley & Sons of Leicester, with pierced heart motif above a central drawer, above an open recess, flanked by ... read more
A set of six oak dining chairs by Shapland & Petter of Barnstaple, the top rail carved with stylised bud, drop-in seat pad, stamped 'Rd. No. 56744', (Qty: 6) ... read more
An Arts and Crafts walnut sideboard, by Shapland & Petter of Barnstaple, inset with three enamel roundels and heart to the back of an open shelf, ... read more
An Arts & Crafts oak side table, possibly by E A Taylor for Wylie & Lochhead or Liberty & Co., rectangular top on splayed supports with pierced spear ... read more
A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts brass mirror, the oval frame embossed with Celtic knot borders and roundels, with bevelled plate, unmarked, 86cm x ... read more
An Art Nouveau brass fire surround, raised on black enamelled plinth, width 137cm, depth 38cm, height 33cm.
William Moorcroft for James Macintyre, a pair of 'Green and Gold' Florian Ware vases, circa 1900, baluster form, Macintyre backstamp, signed in green' (Qty: 2) ... read more
William Moorcroft, a 'Cornflower' jardiniere, circa 1913, tubelined and painted with blue flowerheads against a white ground, undulating rim, signed ... read more
William Moorcroft, a 'Fish' salt glazed jug, circa 1930, ribbed form decorated with three fish, factory marks, blue initials, 20cm high.
A Moorcroft Pottery flambé vase, 'Anemone' designed by Walter Moorcroft, circa 1950, applied paper label 'Potter to the Late Queen Mary', 30.5cm.
A rare Moorcroft Pottery 'Peter the Pig', circa 1990, modelled by Roger Mitchell, decorated with apples and blossom to the back, front trotter raised ... read more
A large Moorcroft Pottery twin-handled vase, 'Carp designed by Sally Tuffin, 1994, signed 'J. Moorcroft', ST Des, dated 8.11.94, 33cm high.
A Moorcroft Pottery vase, 'Sweet Nectar' by Paul Hilditch, signed, titled and dated 24/5/03, numbered 39/75, 25.5cm.