A large scale mahogany Liberty Thebes stool designed by Leonard Wyburd

Price on Request

The Thebes stool was originally designed for Liberty & Co., probably made by the firm of William Birch or by B. North & Sons, both of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, and designed by Leonard Wyburd, the director of Liberty’s Furnishing and Decoration Studio, established in 1883.  Liberty’s patented the design of this stool in 1884, and it continued to be sold until about 1919

Quantity
Enquire About This Item

Rare discovery - this antique is unique.

Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd are busy antique dealers in London with multiple sales channels and international sales executives. Click here to view the sold archive.

Secure this item now before it is sold. To order by phone or get more information call us at +44(0)2076920897

Description

Archaeologically inspired Egyptian-style furniture did not really become fashionable on a commercial scale until after 1922. In this year Howard Carter discovered the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt.

Literature: Daryl Bennett, Liberty`s Furniture 1875-1915, ACC Books, page 96 plate 4.13 for a comparable Thebes stool

Financing is available on request via Art Money.


  • Selection Required: Select product options above before making new offer.
  • Offer Sent! Your offer has been received and will be processed as soon as possible.
  • Error: There was an error sending your offer, please try again. If this problem persists, please contact us.

Make an Offer

To make an offer please complete the form below:


£






£
Please wait...
X