Arts and Crafts


Images from the Book of Kells & DecoraciĆ³n del interior de la iglesia de San Vital (Ravena)

Arts and Crafts furniture was manufactured in Australia between 1900 to 1920.

"Acanthus" wallpaper, Designer: William Morris, (English, 1834-1896)
Printed by Jeffrey & Co., Islington, England, 1875

An early 20th century Arts and Crafts Carpet, Size: 3.90 x 3.00 meters.

"An Acclimated Bungalow" by Craftsman Bungalow Company. Home of Mr. E.E. Sears of Seattle. Bungalow Magazine, December 1912, page 32, "The Living Room".

"A Cozy Bungalow Home" by Long Building Company, Architects. Home of Dr. H.B. Thompson, Interlaken District, Seattle. Bungalow Magazine, December 1912, page 28, "The Living Room".

"A resurrection of the arts and craft movement". Bronze finish.

Morris chair, Measures 34 1/4" wide, 29 1/2" deep, 42 1/4" tall

The estimated value of this early Gustav Stickley flat-arm Morris chair.

Bookcase, Measures 42 3/8" X 68" - Embellished with cut outs in the side panels, reproduction hardware and glass-framed doors.

This early Stickley circular table for Tobey, with a carved and incised poppy motif, emphasizes Stickley's transition from Art Nouveau to Arts and Crafts.

A handsome coffee table & ottoman set. Table measures 46" wide, 22 1/2" deep, 19 1/16" tall -

Vase and stand, circa 1903. (from Masterpieces of the Arts and Crafts Movement)

Mission Magazine Racks. Available in quarter sawn Oak or Cherry. Measures 43"H x 14"W x 13 1/2"D.

Rare Oak Hunzinger Reclining Morris Chair with Ball in Claw Feet. 1880, Dimensions: 45"H x 25"W

Mahogany Morris Chair, circa 1900

Sussex Chair, William Morris

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