W.A.S Benson – Candlesticks

W.A.S Benson – Candlesticks – stock #16317

These are two arts and crafts candlesticks designed by William Arthur Smith Benson (1854-1924) and dating to c1900. They are both of a similar design with contrasting colours; one with copper details the other with brass.

Similar examples are illustrated in Benson’s 1899-1900 “Price List of Fittingd for Oil, Gas, Candle, Table Ware etc” as design number 770.

16317a

Size
Marks
Condition
26cm high
14cm wide
Unmarked Good with some wear – Sconce drip trays have bends and indents. One split on the brass one..
Price GB Pounds
£100.00
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Magazine Rack – Arts & Crafts c1910

Magazine Rack – Arts & Crafts c1910 – stock #13817

An early 20th century copper and wrought iron magazine or music rack in the arts and crafts style. It has a wrought iron frame with copper base and shield detail. In-deciperble monogram on the shield.

NO makers marks found.

13817a

Size
Marks
Condition
62cm high
36.5cm wide by 20cm
No makers marks Seen sone use – some indents and wear to copper.
Price GB Pounds
£65.00
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Winchcombe Pottery – Lemonade Set

Winchcombe Pottery – Lemonade Set by Sidney Tustin – stock #12417

An English studio pottery lemonade set by Sidney Tustin (1913-2005) at the Winchcombe Pottery. Comprising of a large jug and 6 beaker all decorated with a similar wavy design on green glaze. Some of the beaker are marked with impressed WP & ST seals.

Most likely dating to the late 1960’s.

12417a

Size
Marks
Condition
Jug – 19cm high & 14cm wide
Beakers – 9cm high & 8cm diameter
Impressed WP & ST seals on 3 beakers Small chip on spout of the jug. No other chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£100.00
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Arts & Crafts – Brass Pen Tray

Arts and Crafts – Brass Pen Tray – stock #3717

An interesting brass arts & crafts rectangular pen tray or trinket dish decorated with a chased repousse design.

The design is possibly a chain of flowers or a row of moths / butterflies. Appears unmarked so is has not possible to attribute to an artisan, workshop or school of design. The frilly corners have some similarities to the work of John Williams at Yattendon or the Irish arts and crafts from Fivemiletown.

3717a

Size
Marks
Condition
25cm Long
7.5cm wide
Unmarked NO dents, splits or repairs.
Antique item with evidence of use and wear.
Price GB Pounds
£17.50
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DOULTON LAMBETH – c1870 Arthur Barlow

DOULTON LAMBETH Ewer – c1870 Arthur Barlow – stock #5417

An unusual and very early Doulton Lambeth stoneware ewer dating to c1870. It is decorated with an incised pattern of birds and grass on a pale stoneware and coloured with a blue wash.

Impressed “Doulton Lambeth” on the underside. No artist marks or monogram. Mostly likely decorated by Arthur Barlow or one of his sisters; Hannah Barlow or Florence Barlow.

5417a

Size
Marks
Condition
22.5cm high
10cm wide
Impressed “Doulton Lambeth” on the underside. No cracks or restorations. Chip on foot.
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Upchurch Pottery – Vase c1930

Upchurch Pottery – Twin Handled Vase c1930 – stock #60016

A super example of Upchurch Pottery with this twin handled 26cm high vase decorated with typical running earthy blue and grey glazes on a Roman inspired shape. Signed on the underside in script “Upchurch” to indicate a date of about 1930. Many of these shapes were inspired by Roman examples excavated locally to the pottery and were sold through Liberty of London.

60016a

Size
Marks
Condition
26cm high
16cm wide
Incised script mark on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
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Hugh Wallis – Snowdrop Tray

Hugh Wallis – Snowdrop Tray- stock #48016

This is an arts and crafts design copper tray from the workshops of Hugh Wallis (1871-1943) most mikely dating to the mid tp lter 1930’s. It is circular in form with deeply hammered section. The rim is folded over and decorated with a typical punched dots and dashes border. The centre has a chased design of snowdrop flowers which is inlaid with pewter.

This example is in excellent condition with the pewter inlay intact and still retaining the original chocolate brown patination.

Stamped with the smaller HW monogram on the front which would date this to the later 1930’s.

48016a

Size
Marks
Condition
19cm diameter Stamped with the smaller HW monogram Excellent original condition.
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Hugh Wallis – Round Brass Tray

Hugh Wallis – Medium Round Brass Tray- stock #41116

This is an arts and crafts design brass tray from the workshops of Hugh Wallis (1871-1943) most mikely dating to the mid 1920’s. It is circular in form with deeply hammered section. The rim is folded over and decorated with a typical punched dots and dashes border.

Stamped HW monogram on the back.

41116a

Size
Marks
Condition
24cm diameter Stamped larger HW monogram Presented bright polished. Some minor bends and indents – SEE pictures.
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P F Alexander – George V Brass Plate

Peter Frederick Alexander – Arts & Crafts – George V Brass Plate – stock #41316

An interesting and original arts and crafts brass plate hand made and decorated with a central GV monogram within a cartouche with the rim border decorated with a stamped pattern. Signed “P F Alexander” on the rim as shown in the pictures.

I assume that this design relates to the Coronation of King George the V and would date to c1910. This piece was created by the silversmith and metalworker Peter Frederick Alexander (1865-1958) of 28 Church Row, Hampstead, London. He was an artisan creating silver and base metal items in the later arts and crafts style. He was married to the artist Frances Emma Bryan (1875-1960). In 1911 they are recorded as living in Walberswick, Suffolk. Some Alexander pieces can be seen in the Southwold Museum.

41316a

Size
Marks
Condition
28cm diameter Stamped “P F Alexander” on the rim. Presented bright polished with a few indents and surface marks.
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Hugh Wallis – Sm Oval Tray

Hugh Wallis – Oval Copper Tray- stock #39916

This is an arts and crafts design copper tray from the workshops of Hugh Wallis (1871-1943) most mikely dating to the mid 1920’s. It is oval in form with deeply hammered section. The rim is rolled over with finished with rope twisted wire decoration.

Stamped HW monogram.

40016a

Size
Marks
Condition
38cm by 18cm Stamped larger HW monogram Presented bright polished. Some minor bends and indents – SEE pictures.
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