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CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904)
Minton plate. 'Japanese Crane'. Christopher Dresser.
Minton plate decorated with transfer print "Japanese Crane" to a design by Christopher Dresser. Design registration mark for 1872. Aesthetic Move...
£145
Hall-Bakker Decorative Arts
CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904)
19th century Pair of Candlesticks of Ecclesiastical Design
A C19th pair of candlesticks of ecclesiastical design, stamped "Jones and Willis" on the candle sconce, with a large circular drip tray beneath, su...
£950
Gary Wright Antiques Ltd
CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904)
Arts & Crafts Christopher Dresser style claret jug. Hukin & Heath.
Arts & Crafts silver plated and glass claret jug in the style of Christopher Dresser manufactured by Hukin & Heath. A plain plated collar with ebo...
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Hall-Bakker Decorative Arts
CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904)
Arts & Crafts Richard Hodd & Sons plated Tea pot. Christopher Dresser.
Arts & Crafts silver plated breakfast teapot with angular wooden handle. Manufactuered by Richard Hodd & Sons. Unmarked for Christopher Dresser bu...
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Hall-Bakker Decorative Arts
CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904)
Candle stick in the style of Christopher Dresser. Aesthetic movement.
Single large copper and brass candle stick in the Aesthetic style. The design attributed to Christopher Dresser and probably manufactured by the Lo...
£95
Hall-Bakker Decorative Arts
CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904)
Candle sticks. Christopher Dresser. Arts & Crafts.
Pair Brass Candlestick in the style of Christopher Dresser. Probably manufactured by Benham & Froud of London a known manufacturer of Dresser desig...
£440
Hall-Bakker Decorative Arts
CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904)
Linthorpe jug. Christopher Dresser.
A rare Linthorpe Art Pottery jug number 311. Designed by Christopher Dresser. Dresser and Henry Tooth stamps to base.
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Hall-Bakker Decorative Arts
CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904)
Pair of Aesthetic Movement brass fire dogs in the style of Christopher Dresser.
Pair of brass fire dogs in the Aesthetic taste. The design attributed to Christopher Dresser. Probably made by the London firm Benham & Froud.
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Hall-Bakker Decorative Arts