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Liberty & Co.

With a background in importing fashionable Oriental items into the British market, Arthur Lasenby Liberty decided to open his own store on Regent Street in 1875. A keen businessman, with an eye for a trend, he fed the late Victorian appetite for exotic fabrics, ceramics, curios and furniture. The Moorish style was prevalent in the early years, but under the guidance of designer Leonard Wyburd this was eventually eclipsed by the Arts & Crafts style that the name Liberty is most synonymous with. Accused in some quarters of merely plagiarising designs, Libertys were actually an innovative force who helped popularise the Arts & Crafts style and make it accessible to those outside the wealthy elites.

Current items

We currently have nothing to offer from Liberty & Co., but will again soon.

     

 

 

     
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Large Oak Bookcase Oak Bureau Bookcase

Liberty Oak Bookcase

'Cottage' Dresser
A Large Oak Bookcase Oak Bureau Bookcase An Arts & Crafts Oak Bookcase Oak 'Cottage' Dresser
Liberty Oak Bookcase Liberty Arts & Crafts Washstand Oak Bookstand Oak Corner Cabinet
Oak Bookcase Arts & Crafts Washstand Oak Bookstand Oak Corner Cabinet
Arts & Crafts Dining Chairs Athelstan Dressing Chest Small oak bookcase 'Caxton' Magazine Rack
Four Arts & Crafts Oak Dining Chairs An 'Athelstan' Dressing Chest Small Oak Bookcase Mahogany Magazine Rack
Liberty 'Medina' Bureau Liberty Plant Table Walnut Side Table Oak Plant Stand
'Medina' Walnut Bureau An Arts & Crafts Oak Plant Table Walnut Side Table Arts & Crafts Oak Plant Stand
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