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        • A large English Aesthetic Movement oak wardrobe Attributed to Richard Norman Shaw (1831-1912) & William Eden Nesfield (1835-1888), retailed by Maple & Co. (est. 1841), London, England, circa 1870
          Jul. 13, 2023

          A large English Aesthetic Movement oak wardrobe Attributed to Richard Norman Shaw (1831-1912) & William Eden Nesfield (1835-1888), retailed by Maple & Co. (est. 1841), London, England, circa 1870

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          A large English Aesthetic Movement oak wardrobe Attributed to Richard Norman Shaw (1831-1912) & William Eden Nesfield (1835-1888), retailed by Maple & Co. (est. 1841), London, England, circa 1870 In five parts, comprised of the base, center cabinet, two flanking cabinets, and cornice; accompanied by fourteen removable shelves; with bold, stylized iron hardware, the cornice with "scattered" carved rosettes of various forms, the center cabinet with two paneled doors, the side cabinets each with two paneled doors over four graduated drawers, paneled sides, the base on straight legs; bearing applied labels inscribed, "From Maple & Co./ Limited/ London & Paris." (H: 93 1/2 in. W: 116 in. D: 25 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance John Alexander Ltd., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

          Freeman's
        • WILLIAM EDEN NESFIELD (1835-1888) (DESIGNER), JAMES FORSYTH (1827-1910) (MAKER) AESTHETIC MOVEMENT HALL SETTLE, CIRCA 1868
          Apr. 19, 2023

          WILLIAM EDEN NESFIELD (1835-1888) (DESIGNER), JAMES FORSYTH (1827-1910) (MAKER) AESTHETIC MOVEMENT HALL SETTLE, CIRCA 1868

          Est: £1,000 - £1,500

          WILLIAM EDEN NESFIELD (1835-1888) (DESIGNER), JAMES FORSYTH (1827-1910) (MAKER) AESTHETIC MOVEMENT HALL SETTLE, CIRCA 1868 oak (129cm wide, 110cm high, 49cm deep) Provenance: Designed for Henry Vallance, Farnham Park, Farnham Royal, Buckinghamshire (contents sold 1905) John Bevill Fortescue, Dropmore Park, Burnham, Buckinghamshire James Gomer Berry, 1st Viscount Kemsley, Dropmore Park, Burnham, Buckinghamshire Sold Sotheby's, 18th March 1969, 'The Valuable Contents of Dropmore' Holloway Auctioneers, Banbury, Oxfordshire, 2nd December 2014, lot 526 Literature: Eastlake C.L. History of the Gothic Revival, 1872, where an in-situ line drawing is illustrated. Cooper, J., Victorian & Edwardian Furniture & Interiors, Thames & Hudson, London, 1987, p. 133, pl. 304 where the above line drawing is also illustrated; and p. 134, pl. 306 where the comparable settle at Cragside is illustrated (in a painting by H.H. Emmerson). Note: Nesfield designed a similar pair of settles for the dining room at Cragside, William George Armstrong's country house in Rothbury, Northumberland, which he extended, with Richard Norman Shaw, in 1870-1872. These are the only other settles of this style known to have been made.

          Lyon & Turnbull
        • Specimens of mediaeval architecture chiefly selected from examples of the 12th and 13th centuries in France & Italy and drawn by W. Eden Nesfield architect.
          Oct. 16, 2020

          Specimens of mediaeval architecture chiefly selected from examples of the 12th and 13th centuries in France & Italy and drawn by W. Eden Nesfield architect.

          Est: €120 - €150

          Folio: [14] pp.; 100 pl. (some lvs disbound includ. title, foxing but more to the 1st lvs). - First edition ill. with 100 full-page plates drawn by Nesfield (1835-1888) who designed several houses in Britain in the revived "Old English" and "Queen Anne" styles during the 1860s and 1870s. He was also an interior designer and painter. His vivid sketches are mainly of the major early Gothic cathedrals of Northern France, e.g. Amiens, Bayeux, Chartres, Mont St-Michel, Sens, etc.

          Arenberg Auctions
        • Various etchings, prints etc., to include specimens of Medieval Architecture by W Eden Nesfield, inc
          Feb. 18, 2015

          Various etchings, prints etc., to include specimens of Medieval Architecture by W Eden Nesfield, inc

          Est: £30 - £50

          Various etchings, prints etc., to include specimens of Medieval Architecture by W Eden Nesfield, incomplete

          Golding Young & Mawer
        • William Eden Nesfield (British, 1835-1888)
          May. 22, 2013

          William Eden Nesfield (British, 1835-1888)

          Est: £100 - £200

          William Eden Nesfield (British, 1835-1888) Specimens of Medieval Architecture, 1862, a collection of drawings of medieval buildings published during the Gothic Revival by Day & Son of Lincoln's Inn Fields. Reference: See Stuart Durant, Ornament: A Survey of Decoration since 1830, 1986, p.105.

          Mallams
        • - William Eden Nesfield (1835 - 1888) , A rare sideboard
          Mar. 20, 2008

          - William Eden Nesfield (1835 - 1888) , A rare sideboard

          Est: £25,000 - £35,000

          circa 1870 oak, the dentil moulded cornice above parcel-gilt embossed leather foliate panels, the lower open shelf backed by fielded panels and bevelled mirror panels flanked by pierced supports, the lower section with a frieze drawer above panelled cupboard doors and an open shelf, flanked by further cupboard doors carved with lozenge motifs and stylised foliate roundels

          Sotheby's
        • (Architecture), Three Titles, Tanner, Henry, English Interior Woodwork of the XVI, XVII & XVIIIth Centuries . ....
          Nov. 18, 2007

          (Architecture), Three Titles, Tanner, Henry, English Interior Woodwork of the XVI, XVII & XVIIIth Centuries . ....

          Est: $200 - $250

          (Architecture), Three Titles, Tanner, Henry, English Interior Woodwork of the XVI, XVII & XVIIIth Centuries . . ., London: 1902, later cloth, folio; Nesfield, William Eden (1835-1888), Specimens of Mediaeval Architecture, London: 1862, three quarter morocco, folio, (extremities worn); Soderholtz, Eris Ellis, Colonial Architecture and Furniture, Boston: [1895], three quarter morocco, folio, (rebacked, bumped), (all with library markings, including some stamps to plates).

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