This Aesthetic Movement ebonised nursing chair attributed to Bruce Talbert carries an estimate of £400-600 at the Puritan Values sale.

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For 23 years Anthony Geering has traded in Arts & Crafts - primarily from The Dome in Southwold, Suffolk and via his website www.puritanvalues.com.

The Puritan Values inventory is famously extensive and - with the aim of raising funds to relocate his home and commercial premises - Geering is selling both 300 pieces from stock plus 100 pieces from his personal collection.

The sale will be held at Dreweatts' Donnington Priory saleroom, near Newbury, over two days on October 6-7, preceded by a viewing of the highlights at Bloomsbury House in Mayfair on September 23-24.

Geering describes the offering as a truly representative collection of British Arts and Crafts. There are blue-chip lots such as a George Walton-designed oak settle from the London office of the Eastman Kodak Corporation (estimate £15,000-25,000) but Dreweatts say many lots have been pitched at affordable levels.