Favourite Arts & Crafts Items

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Arts and Crafts necklace by Bernard Cuzner
A silver, turquoise and coral necklace designed and made circa 1904 by Bernard Cuzner. This early piece by Cuzner was exhibited at the 1904 Dress Designers Exhibition where it was described as "beautifully wrought and beaten and set with turquoises and coral beads, based on a grape hyacinth".
A small copper lantern with vaseline shade attributed to the Faulkner Bronze Company, circa 1900. Ideas, Nouveau, Faulkner, Art Nouveau Jewelry, Maker, Bronze
Faulkner Bronze Company light
A small copper lantern with vaseline shade attributed to the Faulkner Bronze Company, circa 1900.
A cast bronze wall light made by Jesson, Birkett & Co, circa 1905. Newton, School, Wall
A Jesson, Birkett & Co bronze wall light
A cast bronze wall light made by Jesson, Birkett & Co, circa 1905.
A 20" diameter coper charger made by Norman and Ernest Spittle, circa 1905. Antiques, Arts And Crafts, Rare, Objects, Clock, Copper
Norman and Ernest Spittle copper charger
A 20" diameter coper charger made by Norman and Ernest Spittle, circa 1905.
A sensational Arts and Crafts copper candlestick with great hand planishing and riveted construction. Made by Alfred Hughes around 1900. Alfred worked closely with Richard Llewellyn Rathbone but also made his own pieces marked with his monogram. Reference, Alfred, Marked, Llewellyn
Arts and Crafts copper candlestick
A sensational Arts and Crafts copper candlestick with great hand planishing and riveted construction. Made by Alfred Hughes around 1900. Alfred worked closely with Richard Llewellyn Rathbone but also made his own pieces marked with his monogram.
A copper lantern with original horn shades designed By George Tanner for the Newton School of Metal Work circa 1900. Metal, Horn, Work, Hammer, Metal Work
Newton School of Metal Work Arts and Crafts copper lantern
A copper lantern with original horn shades designed By George Tanner for the Newton School of Metal Work circa 1900.
Made by Jesson, Birkett & Co around 1905 and most likely designed by Anne Stubbs. Anne, Light
Jesson, Birkett & Co copper wall light
Made by Jesson, Birkett & Co around 1905 and most likely designed by Anne Stubbs.
Liberty & Co sconce Simple Designs, Yuletide, Repousse, Back Plate
Liberty & Co "Groefa" candle sconce
A Liberty and Co candles sconce, circa 1903. Described in the 1903 Liberty Yuletide catalogue as the "Groefa" sconce.
Liberty & Co sconce
Liberty & Co "Groefa" candle sconce
A Liberty and Co candles sconce, circa 1903. Described in the 1903 Liberty Yuletide catalogue as the "Groefa" sconce.
A copper twin hndled vase with repousse decoration designed and possibly made by Mary Williams, circa 1900. Decoration, Twins, Knox, Tips, Archibald
Mary Williams copper twin handled vase
A copper twin hndled vase with repousse decoration designed and possibly made by Mary Williams, circa 1900.
An Arts and Crafts firescreen with pierced and repousse decoration designed and possibly made by Mary Williams, circa 1900. Oc, Emma
Mary Williams copper firescreen
An Arts and Crafts firescreen with pierced and repousse decoration designed and possibly made by Mary Williams, circa 1900.
An Arts and Crafts rose bowl with repousse design of flowers around the middle of the bowl. Designed and possibly made by Mary Williams, circa 1900. Flowers, Rose Bowl, Middle, Rose, Flower Designs, Mary
Mary Williams copper rose bowl
An Arts and Crafts rose bowl with repousse design of flowers around the middle of the bowl. Designed and possibly made by Mary Williams, circa 1900.
A collection of copper and glass "Cobral Ware" made by the Faulkner Bronze Company and Jesson, Birkett & Co between 1901 and 1905. Style, Modern
Cobral Ware by the Faulkner Bronze Company
A collection of copper and glass "Cobral Ware" made by the Faulkner Bronze Company and Jesson, Birkett & Co between 1901 and 1905.
A repousse brass peacock wall light on a wooden back plate. Made by the Newton School of Metal Work around 1920. This is a variation on an early design for the School produced by Gearge Tanner in 1899. Photo, Pins, Original Designs
Newton School brass peacock wall light
A repousse brass peacock wall light on a wooden back plate. Made by the Newton School of Metal Work around 1920. This is a variation on an early design for the School produced by Gearge Tanner in 1899.
A very special arts and crafts copper tankard or twin handled vase made by the Fivemiletown Class in Ireland to a documented designed by Mary Williams, circa 1900. Full History, Twin
Fivemiletown Class Mary Williams tankard
A very special arts and crafts copper tankard or twin handled vase made by the Fivemiletown Class in Ireland to a documented designed by Mary Williams, circa 1900.