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Shapland & Petter

In 1854 Barnstable-based Henry Shapland, cabinet maker and advocate of American machine production, employed Henry Petter, businessman, as a travelling salesman in his fledgling company.  By 1865 they were partners and Shapland & Petter was born, soon to become one of the largest and finest cabinet makers in the country.  During the late nineteenth and early twentieth century they developed a distinctive Arts & Crafts style that was retailed nationwide through Liberty’s and other department stores.  The outbreak of the First World War effectively ended the company’s heyday.

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Arts & Crafts Stick Stand Oak Hall Bench    
Arts & Crafts Oak and Copper Stick Stand Arts & Crafts Oak Hall Bench    
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Arts & Crafts Oak Sideboard Art Nouveau Inlaid Desk Mahogany Bookcase Inlaid Mahogany Bureau by Shapland & Petter
Arts & Crafts Oak Sideboard Art Nouveau Inlaid Mahogany Desk Mahogany Bookcase Inlaid Mahogany Bureau
Arts & Crafts Oak Bookcase Arts & Crafts Oak Stick Stand Arts & Crafts Oak Chest of Drawers Arts & Crafts Oak Desk
An Arts & Crafts Oak Bookcase An Arts & Crafts Oak Stick Stand An Arts & Crafts Oak Chest of Drawers An Arts & Crafts Oak Desk
Reclining Armchair Shapland & Petter Cabinet Arts & Crafts Hall Bench Mahogany & Inlaid Revolving Bookcase
Reclining Armchair Small Mahogany Cabinet An Arts & Crafts Oak Hall Bench A Mahogany & Inlaid Revolving Bookcase
shapland & petter chest of drawers shapland & petter peacock screen    
Chest of Drawers Peacock Fire Screen    
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