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Vintage Fashion & Design from 1850 Followed by Antiques and Collectables
Vintage Fashion & Design from 1850 followed by Antiques and Collectables
Lot 194Attributed to Henry Stone & Son Ltd (Stones of Banbury 1870-1978) trade name Fyne Ladye of Banbury - an oak Arts and Crafts kneehole desk, with twin green glazed leaded doors flanking a fall flap with writing slope having inset leather scriber, fitted interior of drawers and pigeonholes, and 'Stones Patent' label, above six drawers having copperized brass Art Nouveau designed handles, on square legs and shaped feet 47" x 50" x 20 3/4".
Lot 195John and Sylvia Reid for Stag furniture - a mid century 'S' Range modular sideboard S202, single door with four drawers and L shaped handles, 27 3/8" x 36" x 18", along with a modular sideboard unit, S201, twin doors and four drawers with L shaped handles on V shaped nickle legs, 27 3/8" x 54" x 18".
Lot 198A Liberty & Co Arts and Crafts hall stand, slatted and mirrored back with nine brass and scrolled end coat and hat hooks, large central seat with hinged lid revealing storage area below, flanked by a single drawer and cupboard door to the left and shelves to the right, on square feet, 76 1/2" x 64" x 16"