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EDWARD BARNSLEY (1900-1987)
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EDWARD BARNSLEY (1900-1987)

CONVERTIBLE SETTLE TABLE, 1920S

Details
EDWARD BARNSLEY (1900-1987)
CONVERTIBLE SETTLE TABLE, 1920s
oak
30 in. (78 cm.) high; 66 in. (168 cm.) wide; 29 in. (75.7 cm.) deep
Provenance
Miles Tomalin Esq., thence by descent.
Christie's South Kensington, Classic Arts & Crafts, 2 May 2001, lot 94 Purchased by the current vendor from the Fine Arts Society

Miles Tomalin, poet and documentary scriptwriter, met Edward Barnsley during 1920s when he moved to Hampshire. He lived with his wife in a cottage attached to Barnsley's property. The convertible table/settle is listed in the client register and job books at the Barnsley workshop. It was a gift to Tomalin.
Exhibited
Fine Art Society, London, 125th Anniversary Selling Exhibition, Part 2, September 2001, cat. no. 11 (illustrated).

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