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George Walton. Arts & Crafts Walnut Desk with Secret Drawers & Heart Escutcheons
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
George Walton. A rare and important Arts and Crafts walnut desk almost identical to the desk Walton designed in 1898 for Sidney Leetham for the morning room in elm bank, a major inte...
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Late 19th Century English Arts and Crafts Antique George Walton Furniture

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Walnut

Original Suite of Four George Henry Walton Arts & Crafts Oak & Leather Chairs 4
By George Walton
Located in GB
We are delighted to offer for sale this very rare original suite of four George Henry Walton oak and woven leather hand studded Arts & Crafts chairs I have never seen a set of fo...
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20th Century English Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

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Leather, Oak

Arts & Crafts Mahogany Sideboard Designed by George Walton Made by Liberty & Co
By George Walton, Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
A good sculptural Arts and Crafts mahogany sideboard designed by George Walton and made by Liberty and Co. With original Liberty label to the back. See Morris, Barbara 'Liberty Desig...
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20th Century English Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

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Mahogany

George Walton. A Rare Arts & Crafts Philippines Cane Chair with Serpentine Back
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
George Walton. A Rare Arts & Crafts walnut high back 'Philippines begere chair'. The serpentine shaped high back is not just very comfortably but very elegant and refined. In the P...
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Early 20th Century English Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

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Walnut

Arts and Crafts Oak Xylophone attributed to George Walton
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
George Walton attributed, an Arts and Crafts oak xylophone, with squashed heart details to each side and with six graduated brass bars with circular resonators. Originally designed f...
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Early 20th Century Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

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Oak

Antique 19th Century Ash Abingwood Chairs by George Walton
By George Walton
Located in Houston, TX
This pair of ash Abingwood chairs was designed in 1896 by George Walton, together with Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and used for the billiard room of Miss Cranston's tea rooms on Buc...
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1890s English Arts and Crafts Antique George Walton Furniture

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Ash, Rush

George Walton. An Arts & Crafts Glasgow School Oak 'Abingdon' Armchair.
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
George Walton. A rare Arts & Crafts Glasgow School oak 'Abingdon' armchair. This design is quite radical, with large flat arms which protrude out incorporating the back legs and up...
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Early 20th Century English Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

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Oak

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Arts and Crafts Oak Xylophone attributed to George Walton
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
George Walton attributed, an Arts and Crafts oak xylophone, with squashed heart details to each side and with six graduated brass bars with circular resonators. Originally designed f...
Category

Early 20th Century Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

Materials

Oak

George Walton. A Rare Arts & Crafts Philippines Cane Chair with Serpentine Back
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
George Walton. A Rare Arts & Crafts walnut high back 'Philippines begere chair'. The serpentine shaped high back is not just very comfortably but very elegant and refined. In the P...
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Early 20th Century English Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

Materials

Walnut

George Walton Attributed, Pair of Arts & Crafts Chairs with Bold Chequer Inlays
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
George Walton attributed, a pair of Arts and Crafts Glasgow style oak chairs with bold ebony and boxwood chequer inlays, rush seat and head rest with turned legs and H-shape floor st...
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1890s English Arts and Crafts Antique George Walton Furniture

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Rush, Boxwood, Ebony, Oak

George Walton Style of a Small Arts & Crafts Oak Sideboard with Floral Carvings
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
A small Arts & Crafts oak sideboard in the style of George Walton. With flaring cornice, four small upper cupboards the central pair with arched doors and a small work area in front...
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique George Walton Furniture

Materials

Oak

George Walton. An Arts & Crafts Glasgow School Oak 'Abingdon' Armchair.
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
George Walton. A rare Arts & Crafts Glasgow School oak 'Abingdon' armchair. This design is quite radical, with large flat arms which protrude out incorporating the back legs and up...
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Early 20th Century English Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

Materials

Oak

Waring & Gillows George Walton Style of, Arts & Crafts Wardrobe & Dressing Table
By George Walton, Waring and Gillows
Located in London, GB
Waring and Gillows. In the style of George Walton. A rare Glasgow style Arts & Crafts oak wardrobe with a matching dressing table combined with a well balanced use of chequered inla...
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique George Walton Furniture

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Oak

Arts & Crafts Mahogany Sideboard Designed by George Walton Made by Liberty & Co
By George Walton, Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
A good sculptural Arts and Crafts mahogany sideboard designed by George Walton and made by Liberty and Co. With original Liberty label to the back. See Morris, Barbara 'Liberty Desig...
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20th Century English Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

Materials

Mahogany

William Birch, an Arts & Crafts Oak Armchair in the Style of George Walton
By George Walton, William Birch
Located in London, GB
William Birch. An Arts & Crafts oak armchair in the style of George Walton. This chair has been totally restored and had new rush professionally laid to the seat.
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Early 1900s British Arts and Crafts Antique George Walton Furniture

Materials

Oak

Pair of Arts and Crafts Oak Elbow Chairs, in the Manner of George Walton
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
A pair of Arts and Crafts oak elbow chairs, in the manner of George Walton, with re-rushed back and seat panels, square supports with floor stretchers.
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20th Century Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

Materials

Rush, Oak

Arts & Crafts Inlaid Rush Seat and Back Chair in the Style of George Walton
By George Walton
Located in London, GB
An Arts & Crafts rush seat and rush back side chair in the style of George Walton with inlaid circular details to the corners of the head rest, further inlay below the rush and to th...
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20th Century British Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

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Rush, Ebony, Oak

G M Ellwood, made by J S Henry An Arts & Crafts Oak Writing Desk
By George Montague Ellwood
Located in London, GB
George Montague Ellwood (1875-1955) for J.S. Henry, an oak writing desk with sloping pen compartment just above the writing area flanked by stylised inlaid details of a pair of Quill...
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Early 20th Century English Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

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Copper

Shapland & Petter a Pair of Arts & Crafts Oak Dining Chairs with Pierced Hearts
By George Walton, Shapland & Petter
Located in London, GB
Shapland & Petter. A pair of Arts & Crafts oak dining or side chairs in the style of George Walton with finely turned tops, pierced hearts to the backs with lower arched aprons and Q...
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Early 20th Century English Arts and Crafts George Walton Furniture

Materials

Oak

Previously Available Items
Rare Set of '6' Dining Chairs by George Walton
By William Birch, George Walton
Located in Culver City, CA
Rare set of (6) dining chairs by George Walton Constructed in elm with period woven seagrass seats and shaped backrests. Designed by George Walton for William Birch. Measures: ...
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Early 1900s English Antique George Walton Furniture

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Seagrass, Elm

  • Rare Set of '6' Dining Chairs by George Walton
  • Rare Set of '6' Dining Chairs by George Walton
  • Rare Set of '6' Dining Chairs by George Walton
  • Rare Set of '6' Dining Chairs by George Walton
H 41.5 in. W 18.25 in. D 18.75 in.
George Walton Oak Settle, England, circa 1905
By George Walton
Located in Culver City, CA
George Walton Oak Settle, England, circa 1905 Oak settle designed by George Walton, produced by William Birch of High Wycombe and retailed by Liberty of London. Incredible original ...
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Early 1900s English Edwardian Antique George Walton Furniture

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Leather, Oak

  • George Walton Oak Settle, England, circa 1905
  • George Walton Oak Settle, England, circa 1905
  • George Walton Oak Settle, England, circa 1905
  • George Walton Oak Settle, England, circa 1905
H 41.5 in. W 51.5 in. D 23 in.
George Walton Ash and Rush-Seat Abingwood Elbow Chair, circa 1897
By George Walton
Located in Culver City, CA
A rare George Walton oak Abingwood chair, made in 1897. The 'Abingwood' chair was used at both John Rowntree's café in Scarborough, and in the Billiards Room at Miss Cranston's ...
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1890s English Country Antique George Walton Furniture

Materials

Oak, Rush

Set of Eight Oak George Walton Dining Chairs
By George Walton
Located in Culver City, CA
Oak dining chairs, with incredibly detailed construction, upholstery in Hessian burlap.   
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1890s British Antique George Walton Furniture

George Walton Furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

The George Walton furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of wood and designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of George Walton Furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. In-stock we have 8 vintage editions of these items, while there is also 0 modern edition to choose from. Many of the original furniture of George Walton were created during the 20th century in the Arts and Crafts style in the United Kingdom. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by George Montague Ellwood, Edward Barnsley and William Birch. Prices for George Walton furniture can vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $2,086 and tops out at $27,810, while pieces like these, on average, can sell for $9,089.