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A Large Arts and Crafts Oak Library Table attributed to A. Romney Green, c. 1905A Large Arts and Crafts Oak Library Table attributed to A. Romney Green, c. 1905A Large Arts and Crafts Oak Library Table attributed to A. Romney Green, c. 1905A Large Arts and Crafts Oak Library Table attributed to A. Romney Green, c. 1905A Large Arts and Crafts Oak Library Table attributed to A. Romney Green, c. 1905A Large Arts and Crafts Oak Library Table attributed to A. Romney Green, c. 1905A Large Arts and Crafts Oak Library Table attributed to A. Romney Green, c. 1905A Large Arts and Crafts Oak Library Table attributed to A. Romney Green, c. 1905

A fine example of the Arts and Craft Movement design from Platts House in Wellnigborough, England, the table is attributed to British architect and designer Arthur Romney Green (1872-1945), who was strongly influenced by British Arts and Crafts Movement pioneers Ernest Gimson and the Barnsley Brothers. Romney Green is best known for his antique dining tables, chairs and cabinets, which are prized for their craftsmanship and elegant simplicity.

Item ID:1054

HEIGHT
29.5" (75 cm)
WIDTH
38.5" (98 cm)
DEPTH
114" (290 cm)
STYLE
Arts & Crafts
PERIOD
20th Century
THEME
English Country
ROOM
living room

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    A Large Arts and Crafts Oak Library Table attributed to A. Romney Green, c. 1905

    $93,750 USD