In the 1870s in Glasgow, Scotland a collective of influential artists and designers began to coalesce, forging their own defining style in the fields of furniture, architecture, interior design and painting. This went on to be known as The Glasgow School, now renowned for its instrumental contributions to the Art Nouveau movement of the end of the 19th Century.
We often acquire unique pieces from The Glasgow School, and those which are considered to be made in the Glasgow style - all current stock is shown below.
A white metal Glasgow style dish with repoussé floral motif, circa 1900. View full product details
Two white metal Glasgow double electric wall sconces with repoussé decoration of vines and berries, re-wired, attributed to Margaret Gilmour and the Gilmour Studio, circa... View full product details
A mahogany Glasgow style fire screen with square cut-outs and fabric inset, by Liberty, circa 1900. SOLD View full product details
An oak Glasgow style chair with cantilevered arms, shaped supports and through back splat, drop-in upholstered seat, after a design by George Walton, a variant... View full product details