Cotswold School Toilet Mirror in Sycamore with framed mirror supported between two slab sides with chip carved ornament above two drawers with half round shaped handles,
English circa 1930.
width 14", Depth 8", height 21",(36x20x53cm)
Cotswold School--From 1871-96 William Morris spent his summers at Kelmscott Manor; in the 1890s three young architect-designers, Ernest Gimson and the brothers Ernest and Sidney Barnsley settled near Cirencester. The migration of craftsmen continued in 1902 when C.R. Ashbee and some 60 craftsmen settled in Chipping Campden, bringing with them the etho of the Guild of Handicraft originally set up by Ashbee in London's East End in 1888.
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53 cms High (20.7 inches)
36 cms Wide (14.0 inches)
20 cms Deep (7.8 inches)