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1970's wooden molecule sets for sale £60 (boxed, as new)
Easter 2009 - seasonal gifts
FURNITURE exciting arts & crafts furniture from private collection
and iconic chairs too
original POSTERS and prints + RoSPA
BOOKS - + paul's Festival of Britain book
+ Edwardian Brighton photographs
fashion and textiles, including silk SCARVES
ravilious, bawden and friends -
including original 1930's curwen press wallpapers
artist designed CERAMICS and GLASS
METALWARE and WOOD
BADGES -enamel and '60's button badges
seaside novelties and jokes
1950's board games
culture and society
including 1920's dungeness photo album
including film posterblog
click on picture to read about us.
and more press 2006...
and 2007 +
more 2008 - 'world of interiors' april 2008
archive slideshow of poster exhibition at CSM London May 2008 (click on image below)
RESEARCH NETWORK FORUM -
- click here to read summary
Folkestone's summer Triennale is now over
but you can still buy Sejla Kameric's postcards
- available exclusively from Rennies
mount and evans studio 1967
We have moved from London
after 10 years ...
our address is:
47 The Old High Street
e - email@example.com
t - 01303 242427
shop open from thursday to sunday 11am to 5pm
otherwise we could be HERE or HERE or possibly HERE
please check we are open before travelling long distance!
We do try to update our website
as soon as we can...
items for sale are added regularly.
The shop shows a selection of vintage graphics, furniture,
ceramics and textiles by British artists of the 20C. We cover
the period between WW1 and the Festival of Britain in 1951.
We're interested in all the things artists have made that aren't painting,
drawing and sculpture. The willingness of artists to create new kinds of
work has its origins in the avant-gardist desire to escape the bourgeois
values of salon painting and to engage with audiences beyond the gallery.
Coincidentally the 1920s and 30s was a period during which different
forms of modernism emerged in consequence to the political and social
upheavals of WW1. The character of English modernism depends as much
on the landscapes of garden and seaside as on the vistas of the metropolis.
It's distinguished by a modest, low-key scale that finds expression in the
beach hut, garden shed and artist's studio. It's a comfy modernism
Anyway, it's special stuff for home and not too expensive
This page has a list of names and some images - just click where
you want more information and email us for prices and availability .
Some of these items have been sold - we're sorry for any disappointment
but hope you'll be inspired by the possibilities
We have many other exciting things for sale too