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Large Regency "Gillows" Mahogany Dining Table
A splendid Regency period mahogany dining table in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster. Of fine construction in dense Cuban flame mahogany. With 5 original leaves and the two ends giving an impressive total length of 12 feet 9 inches and seating up to16 people. Standing on refined turned legs with half height reeded rope twist decoration and terminating in original solid brass caps and castors. With an excellent scissor action mechanism, a truly refined piece of cabinet making. This wonderful table is offered for sale in superb condition, with a splendid colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 390cms
Depth 136cms
Height 73cms
Ref: 731
Price: £14,500
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Large Victorian Golden Oak Country House Bookcase
An impressive Victorian golden oak country house break-fronted bookcase of generous proportions. Very well constructed in solid English oak with attractive burr oak panels to the cupboard doors. With a series of 4 glazed doors over 4 cupboard doors, each opening to access interiors with adjustable shelving. This formidable bookcase offers very large display/storage space. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops to a very high standard. Now offered for sale in excellent overall condition, with a great colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home. Splits into 5 sections for ease of installation.

Dimensions:
Width 268cms
Depth 40cms
Height 260cms
Ref: 224
Price: £6,950
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Superb Pair of Mahogany Cabinets by Rinck of Paris
A splendid pair of French mahogany side cabinets of the finest quality. Exceptionally well made by the renowned Parisian cabinet maker Rinck. Constructed in a high grade of dense mahogany timber and fitted with white marble tops. Each has a pair of cabinet doors (lockable, key supplied) which open to reveal shelved interiors, each with 3 adjustable shelves. The cabinet doors are flanked by Corinthian columns topped with brass capitols. The cabinets are decorated throughout with finely detailed brass mounts and banding. We have had them sympathetically repolished in our workshops to a very high standard. They now have a wonderful rich colour and patina. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a rare pair of cabinets of the finest quality. They are offered for sale in excellent condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 126cms
Depth 48cms
Height 145cms

Rinck were established in 1841 and are still producing furniture of the highest quality to the present day from their premises in Paris.
Ref: 114
Price: £5,950
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Georgian Inlaid Mahogany Bureau Bookcase
This superb and ornately detailed George III mahogany bureau bookcase is decorated throughout with swags, musical instruments and rams heads inlaid with satinwood. The top section has 3 fully adjustable shelves contained behind a pair of cupboard doors (lockable, key supplied). It is topped by a broken-arch swan neck pediment. The base section has a fitted bureau over an arrangement of 2 short , over 3 long, graduated drawers. The bureau fall is lockable (key supplied) and opens to reveal an interior fitted with pigeon holes, stationary drawers and a small central lockable cupboard. This stunning piece of furniture is offered for sale in excellent condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 118cms
Depth 59cms
Height 251cms
Ref: 215
Price: £4,750
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Late 18th C. Dutch Walnut Marquetry Bureau
A splendid Dutch walnut marquetry bureau c. 1790. Well constructed in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers onto a solid oak carcas. Decorated throughout with profuse marquetry inlay in various woods , with floral designs and birds. The fall front (lockable, key supplied) opens to reveal a fitted stepped interior with an arrangement of drawers, pigeon holes, a central cupboard as well as a well. The writing surface is fitted with a sumptuous brown leather insert. Beneath is an arrangement of 3 long graduated drawers of pinched-serpentine outline and fitted with original pierced brass handles and escutcheons. All standing on elongated turned front feet in solid walnut. This superb bureau has been sympathetically revived, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. It is offered for sale in wonderful condition, with a rich colour and patina.

Dimensions:
Width 110cms
Depth 60cms
Height 103cms
Ref: 611
Price: £4,750
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Waring and Gillow Burr Walnut Breakfront Bookcase
A splendid burr walnut break-fronted bookcase by the renowned cabinet makers Waring and Gillow. Of fine construction in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers. Embellished with gilded decorations throughout. Whilst this bookcase offers excellent display capacity it is of fairly compact proportions. The top section with four opening glazed doors (lockable with keys supplied). They open to access display space with adjustable shelving. The geometric glazing bars are quite a feature. The base section has a pair of centrally located opening cupboard doors. All standing on bold carved out-swept ogee bracket feet. This lovely bookcase has been sympathetically refinished in our workshops to a very high standard. It is now offered for sale in excellent overall condition, with a wonderful colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home. It splits into two sections for ease of installation.

Dimensions:
Width 162cms
Depth 39cms
Height 201cms

Waring and Gillow a potted history:
Waring & Gillow is a noted firm of English furniture manufacturers formed in 1897 by the merger of Gillow of Lancaster and Waring of Liverpool.
The firm of Gillow's of Lancaster can be traced back to the luxury furniture and furnishings firm founded by Robert Gillow (1704–72) in 1730. Robert Gillow served an apprenticeship as a joiner. During the 1730s he began to exploit the lucrative West Indies trade exporting mahogany furniture and importing rum and sugar. Following his death in 1772, the business was continued by his two sons, Richard (1734–1811) and Robert (1745–93). In 1764 a London branch of Gillow's was established at 176 Oxford Road, now Oxford Street, by Thomas Gillow and William Taylor. The firm rapidly established a reputation for supplying high-quality furniture to the richest families in the country.
During the final years of the 19th century the company ran into financial difficulty and from 1897 began a loose financial arrangement with Waring of Liverpool, an arrangement legally ratified by the establishment of Waring & Gillow in 1903. Waring's of Liverpool was founded by John Waring, who arrived in the city from Belfast in 1835 and established a wholesale cabinet making business. He was succeeded by his son Samuel James Waring who rapidly expanded the business during the 1880s, furnishing hotels and public buildings throughout Europe. He also founded Waring-White Building Company which built the Liverpool Corn Exchange, Selfridge's department store and the Ritz Hotel. Samuel James's son and namesake Samuel James Waring (1860-1940) continued the family business and was elevated to the peerage as Baron Waring in 1922.
Gillow's had established a reputation for the outfitting of luxury yachts and liners, including the royal yacht Victoria and Albert, liners Lusitania, Heliopolis and Cairo, Queen Mary (1936) and Queen Elizabeth (1940) for Cunard. During the First World War the Lancaster factory was turned over to war production, making ammunition chests for the Navy and propellers for De Havilland DH9 aircraft. They also established a large tent-manufacturing facility of 8,000 workers during WW1 on the now closed former exhibition site at White City (the former Machinery Hall). They also made gas masks and trench covers from this site.During this time it was also at the White City site that the Workers Union first got recognition after a four-day strike mainly by women. The company also manufactured ammunition belts for use with machine guns, nosebags for horses and protective clothing for use during gas attacks.
During World War II the factory produced parts for gliders and the Mosquito aircraft, while kit-bags, tents and camouflage nets were made by the upholstery department.
However, the business of the firm began to decline and the Lancaster workshops closed on 31 March 1962. In 1980 Waring and Gillow joined with
Ref: 214
Price: £3,450
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William IV Marble Specimen Top Table
A splendid William IV period satin birch table. Fitted with a superb round marble specimen top, featuring a range of different marbles in a symmetrical pattern. Standing on a central column with acanthus collar, radiating to a quatrafoil base and terminating in scroll feet. This beautiful table is offered for sale in excellent condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Diameter 60cms
Height 73cms
Ref: 766
Price: £3,450
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Maple and Co Mahogany Dining Suite
A superb quality mahogany 3 part dining suite by Maple and Co of London. Of excellent construction and in the manner of Robert Adam. Consisting of a pair of pedestal cupboards and a serving table. The table with a central drawer to the freeze. One cupboard with shelving and the other fitted with a cellarette. Embellished with harebell swags, ribbons, paterae and rams heads. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition, with a rich colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Serving table:
Width 183cms
Depth 63cms
Height 85cms

Pedestals:
Width 59cms
Depth 54cms
Height 100cms

Maple & Co was established by John Maple, a shopkeeper from Horley, Surrey, who later opened a furniture shop in Tottenham Court Road. However it was his son, John Blundell Maple , who made Maples & Co a success. With exceptional business skills, John B. Maple took over the company while still a young man. By the 1880s they were the largest furniture store in the world, exported their fine furniture to every continent.
Maples manufactured their luxury furniture entirely in-house, at a huge modern complex. A timber importer and furniture exporter, they landed prestigious contracts furnishing fine houses, hotels, embassies and palaces in Europe; among them Tsar Nicholas’s Winter Palace and the Hofburg Imperial Palace in Vienna . With his own empire established, John Blundell Maple achieved further fame in politics and horseracing – some lines, such as the Atherstoke antique cabinet, having racing connections in the titles.
Never compromising on quality, Maples produced a huge catalogue of fine furniture, covering every avenue of interior design. A Maples & Co sale today would cover everything from Chippendale Revival antique dining chairs , to Aesthetic style carved oak dressers, to Art Nouveau tulip carved antique dining tables – all from the same catalogue.
The exclusivity and high quality of craftsmanship of Maples’ antique cabinets, dining suites and bedroom furniture made them highly popular with Britain’s social elite. Today, they appeal to anyone who appreciates fine craftsmanship.
Ref: 816
Price: £3,450
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Gillows Style Regency Mahogany Dining Table
A superb quality Regency period mahogany dining table in the manner of Gillows. Made from the finest grade of dense Cuban mahogany with sumptuous grain. Featuring a pair of end pedestals with swing out scissor action legs which support two leaves. When extended would comfortably accommodate 8. All standing on characteristic turned and reeded tapering legs terminating in original brass caps and castors. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops to a very high standard. Now offered for sale in excellent overall condition with a fine colour and patina.

Dimensions:
Length 211cms
Width 137cms
Height 72.5cms
Ref: 721
Price: £3,250
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Maple and Co Inlaid Satinwood Display Cabinet
A superb quality late Victorian period inlaid satinwood cabinet by Maple and Co. of London. Of fine construction in solid satinwood and attractive satinwood veneers onto a solid mahogany carcas. Of generous proportions, offering large display space. Of bow fronted form with a pair of glazed doors over a pair of cupboard doors. All doors are lockable (key supplied) and open to reveal shelving behind. The cabinet is decorated with inlaid floral motifs and harebells as well as ebony stringing throughout and cross banding to the cupboard doors. All standing on turned legs united by an under-tier. Offered for sale in excellent original condition ready to go straight into the home. Splits into 2 sections for ease of installation.

Dimensions:
Width 132cms
Depth 49cms
Height 223cms

Maple & Co was established by John Maple, a shopkeeper from Horley, Surrey, who later opened a furniture shop in Tottenham Court Road. However it was his son, John Blundell Maple , who made Maples & Co a success. With exceptional business skills, John B. Maple took over the company while still a young man. By the 1880s they were the largest furniture store in the world, exported their fine furniture to every continent.
Maples manufactured their luxury furniture entirely in-house, at a huge modern complex. A timber importer and furniture exporter, they landed prestigious contracts furnishing fine houses, hotels, embassies and palaces in Europe; among them Tsar Nicholas’s Winter Palace and the Hofburg Imperial Palace in Vienna . With his own empire established, John Blundell Maple achieved further fame in politics and horseracing – some lines, such as the Atherstoke antique cabinet, having racing connections in the titles.
Never compromising on quality, Maples produced a huge catalogue of fine furniture, covering every avenue of interior design. A Maples & Co sale today would cover everything from Chippendale Revival antique dining chairs , to Aesthetic style carved oak dressers, to Art Nouveau tulip carved antique dining tables – all from the same catalogue.
The exclusivity and high quality of craftsmanship of Maples’ antique cabinets, dining suites and bedroom furniture made them highly popular with Britain’s social elite. Today, they appeal to anyone who appreciates fine craftsmanship.
Ref: 412
Price: £3,250
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Fine Regency Inlaid Mahogany Library Table
A refined Regency period inlaid mahogany library table. Of excellent construction in solid mahogany with attractive mahogany veneers and cedar drawer linings. The rectangular top inset with a sumptuous green leather writing surface. With three drawers to the freeze, one compartmentalised and lockable (key supplied). All standing on a quadrafoil base terminating in solid brass lions paw feet and castors. Embellished with inlaid boxwood stringing and brass mounts throughout. Offered for sale in excellent original condition with a mellow colour and patina . ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 108cms
Depth 71cms
Height 71.5cms
Ref: 717
Price: £3,250
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Edwards and Roberts Serpentine Display Cabinet
A Sheraton Revival, Edwards and Roberts mahogany and marquetry display cabinet of serpentine design. Having a broken arch swan neck pediment above a glazed door enclosing a shelved interior, projecting base with profusely inlaid pair of cupboard doors, all fitted with original working locks and keys, standing on inlaid, tapered and outswept legs united by shaped undertier. This exceptional china cabinet / vitrine has been sympathetically restored, it retains its original finish, colour and patina, all in wonderful condition throughout. Ready to place go straight into the home, splits into two sections for ease of installation.

Dimensions:
Width 95cms
Depth 52cms
Height 213cms

Edwards & Roberts was founded in 1845, and had premises at 21 Wardour Street London. By 1892 they occupied more than a dozen buildings in Wardour Street, where they continued to trade until the end of the century. They became one of the leading London cabinet makers and retailers working in a variety of styles, both modern and revivalist. Their business also involved retailing, adapting and restoring the finest antique furniture and there are many examples of their earlier furniture with later embellishments bearing their stamp. Edwards & Roberts specialized in marquetry, inlay and ormolu.
Ref: 295
Price: £3,250
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Shapland and Petter Arts and Crafts Display Cabinet
An excellent Arts and Crafts period display cabinet by Shapland and Petter of Barnstaple. Of excellent construction in solid mahogany and attractive mahogany "plum pudding" veneers. The central glazed section with a single opening bow fronted glass door. Fitted with a charming silvered lock plate and opening to access a shelved interior lined in its original fabric. The door is lockable (key supplied) and the lock is stamped "S P & B". The glazed section is flanked by turned columns. Beneath is a central recess flanked but rows of turned balustrades. To the top of the cabinet is an up-stand decorated with stylish inlaid floral panels redolent of the period. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops this stunning cabinet is offered for sale in excellent original condition.

Dimensionms:
Width 115cms
Depth 50cms
Height 196cms

The Shapland and Petter factory was established by cabinetmaker Henry Shapland (1823 – 1909), following a trip to America in 1848. While there, he saw an ingenious new machine which he realised could be used for cabinetmaking. Upon his return to Barnstaple, he reproduced the machine from notes he’d made and set up business in a mill. He later met Henry Petter, an accountant, and together they achieved rapid success. In 1888 the mill burned down. Undeterred, they moved to larger premises. The same factory now produces high-quality joinery.

Hand-tooled or machine-made? Antique cabinets that were both

Furniture by Shapland and Petter, such as their antique dining chairs , is highly collectable by Arts & Crafts furniture enthusiasts, despite breaking the “rules” of the movement. Looking at the detailed carving on a Shapland and Petter antique chest today, it is hard to imagine it being produced in what was, for its time, one of the most cutting-edge factories in Britain.

The new factory was arranged in blocks, with a production line of up to 350 employees, which ran from the saw mills to the finishing sheds. However, keen as they were to adopt labour-saving devices, the men also saw the need for traditional craftsmanship. They imported American machine tools that were backed by an army of skilled cabinetmakers, carvers, designers and polishers.

From Victorian dining chairs to antique bookcases, Shapland and Petter furniture is defined its detailed carving. Those employed for this task underwent a 7-year apprenticeship, using up to 100 tools for the most elaborate designs. The factory was soon producing furniture and interiors to order, for banks, hotels, private homes and even Pullman railway carriages. Notable commissions included the London Guildhall, Edgar Wallace ‘s home, and the mansion house at Tapeley Park.

From Antique marquetry furniture to the Art Nouveau period

Shapland & Petter antiques range from simple rustic Arts & Crafts furniture to intricate antique marquetry furniture, embellished with the fluid organic designs of the Art Nouveau movement. Their antique cabinets often made use of finely detailed lead glass panels and delicate fruitwood inlays however, many of these intricately crafted pieces were mass-produced standards.
Ref: 115
Price: £3,150
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Early Victorian Shaped Top Rosewood Loo Table
A superb early Victorian period rosewood loo table. Of excellent quality construction in solid rosewood with stunning rosewood veneers. The scalloped shape top is supported by a tri-form base which terminates in lions paw feet. The top can be tilted up when not in use. This table would seat 6-8 people. It is offered for sale in excellent overall condition with a splendid colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Diameter 142cms
Height 71cms
Ref: 711
Price: £2,950
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19th Century Amboyna Writing Desk
The finest quality late 19th century amboyna writing desk. Of excellent construction with stunning amboyna veneers onto a solid mahogany carcas. Embellished with inlaid detailing in ebony and walnut , with brass surrounds to the drawer fronts and a brass gallery to the top. The superstructure has two banks of 3 drawers and the table itself with a long central drawer flanked by tow pairs of drawers. All drawers are lockable, key supplied. Fitted with a sumptuous green leather writing surface complete with gilt tooled decoration. Standing on elegant square tapering legs with inlay. This desk is finished to the rear so could be free standing with a room if desired. Offered for sale in excellent condition with a rich colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 107cms
Depth 61cms
Overall height 103cms
Table height 73.5cmds
Kneehole clearance 59cms
Ref: 116
Price: £2,950
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Burr Walnut Partners Writing Desk
A superb quality burr walnut partners writing desk in the queen Anne style. Of generous proportions and of excellent construction in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers onto an oak carcas. The top has an inverted break front and is fitted with sumptuous red leather writing surfaces. There is an arrangement of one long central drawer, flanked by two pairs of graduated drawers. All drawers are cross banded, fitted with their original solid brass hardware and are lockable (keys supplied). The rear of the desk has the same drawer arrangement but the drawers are "dummies". All standing on 8 elegant cabriole legs with carved shell motifs to the knees. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition, with a great colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home or office.

Dimensions:
Width 153cms
Depth 93cms
Height 77cmas
Knee hole clearance 59.5cms
Ref: 719
Price: £2,950
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18th Century Burr Walnut Kneehole Desk
A splendid mid 18th century, Georgian, burr walnut knee hole desk. Of excellent construction in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers onto a solid oak carcas, with oak drawer linings. With an arrangement of one long and six short drawers and a central cupboard, all cross banded and feather banded. The top is also cross banded and feather banded and fitted with a central panel of figured oak veneer. Sympathetically refinished in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition, with a fine colour and patina.

Dimensions:
Width 94cms
Depth 55cms
Height 73cms
Ref: 795
Price: £2,850
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William IV Figured Mahogany Supper Table by Gillows
A splendid quality William IV period round supper table by Gillows of Lancaster. Of excellent construction in solid mahogany with attractive figured plum mahogany veneers. The round top supported by a central column terminating in a tri-form base, fitted with original brass castors. Offered for sale in excellent condition, with a great colour and patina, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Diameter 127.5cms
Height 71cms

The firm of Gillow's of Lancaster can be traced back to the luxury furniture and furnishings firm founded by Robert Gillow (1704–72) in 1730. Robert Gillow served an apprenticeship as a joiner. During the 1730s he began to exploit the lucrative West Indies trade exporting mahogany furniture and importing rum and sugar. Following his death in 1772, the business was continued by his two sons, Richard (1734–1811) and Robert (1745–93). In 1764 a London branch of Gillow's was established at 176 Oxford Road, now Oxford Street, by Thomas Gillow and William Taylor. The firm rapidly established a reputation for supplying high-quality furniture to the richest families in the country.
Ref: 117
Price: £2,750
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Kingwood and Walnut Bonheur Du Jour
A very attractive 19th century French kingwood and burr walnut bonheur du jour. Of excellent construction and in excellent original condition. The top section with a pair of glazed doors (lockable , key supplied) that open to access a shelved and lined interior. The base section with a single drawer and standing on cabriole legs. Embellished with crisply cast ormolu mounts throughout and inset with exquisite porcelain plaques. Offered for sale in excellent original condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 77cms
Depth 54cms
Height 141cms
Ref: 571
Price: £2,750
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Inlaid Rosewood Writing Desk by Collinson and Lock
A very fine quality writing table by the prestigious London firm of cabinet makers, Collinson and Lock. Made in the third quarter of the 19th century with Regency style influences. Of excellent construction in rosewood and attractive rosewood veneers onto a solid mahogany carcas. The table , or desk, is decorated throughout with inlaid brass work, this continues to the rear so that it could be free standing within the center of a room if required. The raised superstructure is supported by a series of finely turned bobbin supports and also fitted with a solid brass gallery. The table itself has a sumptuous black leather writing surface (decorated with blind tooling) and a series of three drawers. The central, longer, drawer is of concave form. All of the drawer fronts are embellished with fluting and fitted with their original solid brass ring pull handles. The table stands on extremely elegant turned and reeded legs, which are tapered. They are united by wonderful x-frame under-stretchers giving stability as well as aesthetic appeal.
The central drawer bears the makers stamp for Collinson and Lock. The whole desk is presented for sale in excellent original condition. It has a wonderful colour and patina and is of the highest of quality. It is ready to go straight into the home , or office.

Dimensions:
Width 121 cms
Depth 60 cms
Overall Height 99cms
Table height 75cms

The firm of Collinson & Lock, successors to John Herring, an upholsterer and cabinet maker of Fleet Street, est 1782, was established in London in the third quarter of the 19th century, firstly at their old master’s premises, and thereafter at the premises of the recently closed firm of Jackson and Graham. They quickly achieved both commercial success and a leading position in the field of design. In 1871 the firm issued an impressive illustrated catalogue of 'Artistic Furniture', with plates by J. Moyr Smith, assistant to Christopher Dresser, and in 1873 was trading from extensive newly built premises in St Bride Street, designed by T.E. Collcutt, who was retained as an advisor. E.W. Godwin was also employed, between 1872-1874..

The firm continued to produce very high quality items of furniture and soon began to experiment with new materials and designs, becoming especially renowned for their distinctive combinations of rosewood and ivory and their intricate Italianate arabesques, chimeric figures and scrolling foliage. This form of decoration clearly points to the involvement of Stephen Webb, Collinson & Lock’s chief designer who was later appointed Professor of Sculpture at the Royal College of Art. The company was merged with Gillows in 1897, just prior to their own merger with S.J.Waring of Liverpool.
Ref: 916
Price: £2,750
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