Edward Barnsley Arts & Crafts Sycamore and Holly Wood Inlaid Coffee Table 1951



An Arts & Crafts sycamore and holly wood inlaid coffee table by Edward Barnsley on inlaid square tapering legs, joined by stretchers and an inlaid shelf. Exposed tenon joints on the base


A beautifully designed and made item using top quality materials by one of the top Art & Crafts furniture makers


Approximate dimensions:
  • height 46 cm (1 foot 6 inches)
  • width 121 cm (3 feet 11 and three quarters inches)
  • depth 48 cm (1 foot 7 inches)
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Barnsley stamp under one stretcher

About Edward Barnsley

Edward Barnsley (1900 to 1987): A designer and maker of furniture, teacher and important figure in the 20th Century British craft movement. He was one of the most important British furniture makers of the twentieth century and developed on the Arts and Crafts traditions established in the Cotswolds by his father Sidney in the late nineteenth century. His workshop still produces fine furniture as 'The Barnsley Workshop'


Excellent condition with just a few very minor dints and marks visible upon close inspection. If you wish to have further specific photographs or talk to us for a more detailed condition report then please do not hesitate to contact us

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