The Peacock Room
Edwardian Arts and Crafts Oak-Framed Planter with Opposing Copper Panels C1905 (Manner of Shapland & Petter)
REF: 100202 / LA225182
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A rare and unusual Arts and Crafts oak framed planter in the manner of Shapland and Petter of Barnstaple, comprising straight block legs on square plinth feet, rising in turn to tiered, decorative finials. The legs support a central, enclosed planter with two opposing copper panels, each embossed with a stylised tulip design with a lower section united by an under-tier stretcher. A lovely piece that encapulates several key elements of the Arts and Crafts design movement.
The Peacock Room has clarified that the Edwardian Arts and Crafts Oak-Framed Planter with Opposing Copper Panels C1905 (Manner of Shapland & Petter) (LA225182) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1905
Very good condition overall. Structurally sound with a repaired split to the planter base and slight warping to the under-tear.
All furniture can be delivered within a 100-mile radius at a cost of £45/mile (current government guidance). For distances above 100 miles, please enquire for alternative courier options but these are likely to add significantly to the cost of the item based on previous experience. Collection in person is also possible from our Maidenhead premises. Please note we do longer send furniture via the postal services due to significant issues in the past.