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A pair of Arts and Crafts wrought iron and brass andirons/ fireside dog

The Millinery Works

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A pair of Arts and Crafts wrought iron and brass andirons/ fireside dogs of strong ornate form with two circular pierced panels modelled with scrolling leaves and flower heads raised on shaped iron bases  painted black, circa 1900, 65cm (25.5in) high, 35cm (13.75in) wide, 20cm (8in) deep. Provenance: This design is attributed to Ernest Gimson (1864-1919) and the maker Alfred Bucknell. G imson first started designing andirons in this style after seeing a C17th pair in Haddon Hall in Derbyshire - Provenance the fireplace Hurtwood House, Hurtwood Chase, Abinger Hammer.


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