A fine and unusual Liberty'mahogany Arts & Crafts hexagonal occasional table, shaped apron between six tapering, square section legs on pad feet, joined by geometrically pierced stretchers, circa 1900, 72cm (28.5in) high, 84cm (33in) max wide. As illustrated in John Andrews' Arts & Crafts Furniture p.207 and a Liberty's catalogue of 1905.
with Moorish arches between the supports, extensive bone, ebony, boxwood, mother-of-pearl and abalone shell inlay retailed by Liberty's (see 1890s catalogues) circa 1890, 52cm (20.5in)... View full product details
An oak Heals style tea trolley on caters,circa 1930, 69cm (27.25in) high, 61cm (24in) wide, 40.5cm (16in) deep. View full product details
An oak Arts & Crafts three tier buffet/dumb waiter, circa 1900, labelled 'Musselwhite & Simkin Makers Bournemouth', 107cm (42in) high, 84cm (33in) wide, 43cm (17in)... View full product details
W A S Benson (1854 - 1924) A pine, Arts & Crafts, centre table with moulded edge to the top, dowel construction, on splayed legs... View full product details