Stand C20

Godson & Coles

Godson & Coles are dealers in fine and rare period English furniture from the late seventeenth century to the early nineteenth century and of British Art of the mid-twentieth century. We have been established for over 30 years.

The pieces of furniture and objects we offer are chosen for their exceptional design, quality of craftsmanship and untouched colour and patination.

We also offer works of art and fine paintings from the mid-twentieth century specialising in the St Ives movement, one of the most exciting periods of British Art and one, which we believe, compliments the furniture in a contemporary environment.

FOUNDED :1984

DIRECTORS: Richard Coles Olivia Stimpfig
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August the Strong's burr field maple bureau cabinet from Schloss Moritzburg, Dresden English, circa 1730
A Rare George II Period Giltwood Console with A Quarter Veneered Sicilian Jasper Top circa 1730
A George II Burr Walnut Parcel-Gilt and Gilt Bronze Mounted Bureau Bookcase in the manner of Giles Grendey English , circa 1740
A fine George II Period burr yew wood veneered bureau bookcase
A rare Early 19th Century Mahogany and Carved Gilt Centre Table Leipzig, 1825
AN IMPORTANT GEORGE II PERIOD WALNUT, BURR YEW WOOD AND GILT SIDE CHAIR WITH VERRE ÉGLOMISÉ PANEL
A George III Satinwood Marquetry Giltwood and Composition Side Table
An Exceptional Pail of Carved and Painted Pedestals Designed by Robert Adams, for Byram Hall, Yorkshire
A fine pair of George III Period carved mahogany armchairs
AN EXCEPTIONAL PAIR OF GEORGE II PERIOD CARVED WALNUT 'GAINSBOROUGH' ARMCHAIRS ATTRIBUTED TO THE WORKSHOP OF GILES GRENDEY
A Fine George III Period Mahogany Chest on Chest English, circa 1765
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A Fine George III Period Mahogany Stool English, circa 1750
An Exceptional Giltwood Sofa by Thomas Chippendale
An Exceptional Regency Period Mahogany Library Armchair English, circa 1810
The Infantado Side Chair by Giles Grendey English, circa 1730
A George II Mahogany and Parcel Gilt Breakfront Secretaire Cabinet Attributed to William Hallett English, circa 1740
A Fine George II Period White Painted and Gilt Console with Breccia Marble Top English, circa 1740
An Exceptional Pair of Card Tables Attributed to Thomas Chippendale Junior English, circa 1782
A Pair of Green and Gilt Armchairs attributed to Mayhew and Ince Retaining their original decoration
The Trinity College Mahogany Reading Tables By Richard Shepherd English, circa 1755
A Rare George I Period Scarlet Japanned Bureau Cabinet
A Rare George II Period White Painted and Gilt Console With Breccia Marble Top
A Pair of George II Mahogany Armchairs English, circa 1750
Millicent Roger's Iconic Regency Writing Library Table English, circa 1820
Untitled, 1967
Roger Hilton
September, 1961
Roger Hilton
Blue Disk Flooding, 1964
Patrick Heron
Untitled Circa 1972
Paul Mount
Selena 1939
Denis Mitchell
Green and Indigo Development no 3, 1965
Victor Pasmore
ABSTRACT IN WHITE, BLACK, MAROON AND OCHRE, 1966-67
Victor Pasmore
Piggypie (1960)
Alan Davie
Brown Development in 2 Movements
Victor Pasmore
Summer, 1959
Joe Tilson
Atlantic Coast, 1959
Paul Feiler
Opaque, 1970
Antoine Poncet
Orange, 1965
William Scott

CONTACT DETAILS

92 Fulham Road

SW3 6HR

London

United Kingdom

+44 20 75 84 22 00

enquiries@godsonandcoles.co.uk
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