A walnut work box on stand attributed to the Barnsley Workshop, the octagonal box with hinged two part stepped lid, carved faceted handle, fitted box wood interior, exposed dovetail construction, four drawers with stepped panel fronts, carved geometric handles, on flared and chamfered legs joined by arched and moulded cross stretcher, circa 1935, 76cm (30in) max high, 32cm (12.5in) max wide
Edward Barnsley (1900 - 1987). Edward's father, Sidney with his uncle, Ernest, were the founders of The Cotswold School of furniture design and making. In 1923, Edward took over the workshop of Geoffrey Lupton in Froxfield, Hampshire, in which he had been apprenticed. In 1980 a trust was established to secure the future of the workshop and the opportunities for training and apprenticeships, which continue to the present.
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