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KATE HARRIS.
‘AN ALLAGORY OF FATE and ‘AN ALLAGORY OF LOVE’.
A pair of Symbolist watercolours.
These are the only know Kate Harris paintings in which can be seen many elements of design used in her silver work.
Signed ‘Kate Harris‘ and dated 1901/1902.
Size: Image 35.5 cm. x 54 cm. In frame 59 cm. x 79 cm. Sold

SHAPLAND & PETTER. BARNSTABLE
An Art Nouveau mahogany desk, cabinet. C. 1900.

The two doors and drawers inlaid with fruitwoods and mother of pearl.
The reverse of the doors also inlaid with fruitwoods.

Size: Height 132 cm. Width 68 cm. Depth 35 cm. Sold

BRITISH ART NOUVEAU
An Art Nouveau mahogany display cabinet. C. 1900.
The central leaded glass door is flanked by cupboards inlaid with coloured fruitwoods, pewter and mother of pearl, with silver plated panels depicting Art Nouveau ladies with long flowing hair.
The three drawer fronts fitted with Art Nouveau silver plated handles.

Size: Height 189 cm. Largest width 118 cm. Largest depth 48.5 cm. Sold

SHAPLAND & PETTER. BARNSTABLE
An Art Nouveau mahogany display cabinet. C. 1900.

The bow front central leaded glass door flanked by cupboards inlaid with fruitwood and mother of pearl peacocks.
Lit.: Liberty Style. A fire screen with the stylised peacock. Illustration A6. Sold
Retailed through LIBERTY & Co.
An Art Nouveau mahogany elbow chair. C. 1900.

The central splat inlaid fruitwoods and mother of pearl.
Size: Height 96 cm. Width 51.5 cm. Depth 44 cm. Sold
JOHN PEARSON
A small Arts & Crafts hanging bookshelf with two copper side panels. One panel decorated with an apple tree, the other a pear tree, each before a rising sun.
English. Circa 1900. Unmarked. Size: Width 51.4 cm. Height 34.5 cm.   Sold
An Art Nouveau mahogany display cabinet. C. 1900.
The cabinet with inlay of coloured fruitwood Glasgow roses, leaded glass doors
also depicting Glasgow roses.

Size: Height 171 cm. Width 112 cm. Depth 40 cm. Sold
KESWICK SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS
An important Aesthetic ebonised wood screen set three copper panels. C. 1900.

One panel depicting St. George slaying the Dragon, another of Samuel with the lion.
The central panel of swirling Art Nouveau design. Above, panels bearing the motto,
“KINDNESS IS THE NOBLEST WEAPON”. Total size: Ht. 121.5 cm. W.122 cm.
Marked ‘K S I A’. Lit.: The Loving Eye and Skilful Hand. Ian Bruce. 2001. Sold


SHAPLAND & PETTER. BARNSTABLE
An impressive Art Nouveau mahogany display cabinet. C. 1900

Inlaid with coloured fruitwoods, mother of pearl and abalone depicting lilies,
stylised foliage and butterflies.

Lit.: British Furniture 1880-1915. Pauline Agius. Page 140.
Size: Height 194 cm. Width 135 cm. Depth 35 cm. Sold

ANOTHER OF THESE CABINETS IS AVAILABLE. Sold

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