An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table
An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table

SHAPLAND AND PETTER OF BARNSTAPLE (worked c.1880-1920)

An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table

1900 England

Offered by Christian Davies Antiques Ltd.

£675 gbp
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An oak Arts & Crafts Period Shapland & Petter Dressing Table. The upper section with a rectangular bevelled mirror with chequer band inlay, marquetry inlaid supports and shaped shelves. The open ends having further marquetry inlaid panels. The lower section has a quarter sawn solid oak top above two oak lined drawers with hammered brass handles. The whole supported on square stile supports with block feet, Stamped S,P & B to the locks and the S&P registration mark to the back. English circa 1900-1910

Dimensions: 36" wide x 20" deep x 60" high

Condition: This dressing table is in beautiful original condition, cleaned and waxed.

This style of Shapland & Petter furniture is inspired by Baille Scott designs.

Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (1865-1945) was an Arts and Crafts designer and prolific architect. He designed and furnished almost 300 dwellings in his lifetime, one of the most important of which is at Blackwell, Cumbria. The Tudor-style antique dining chairs and simple Arts & Crafts furniture show perfectly his transition from Victorian to Modern design.

M.H. Baille Scott was born in Ramsgate, Kent. The son of a sheep farmer, he studied at agricultural college before deciding to follow a career in architecture. Having trained in Bath, he moved to the Isle of Man following his marriage in 1889. His 12 years here were the most important in terms of his architectural development. He joined the Arts and Crafts movement, being influenced by Morris, Mackintosh and John Ruskin. However, the antique dining tables , chairs and other furniture produced by Baillie Scottshow a distinct style of his own.
This dressing table is in beautiful original condition, cleaned and waxed.
Dimensions
Height 60.00 inch (152.40 cm)
Width 36.00 inch (91.44 cm)
Depth 20.00 inch (50.80 cm)
Medium
Arts and Crafts oak dressing table by Shapland & Petter
Christian Davies Antiques Ltd.

Christian Davies Antiques Ltd.
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Darwen, Lancashire
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England

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