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Fireplace with corner settle, white painted wood, with mantelpiece and lead-covered fender, from Dunglass Castle, Dunbartonshire, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Glasgow, 1900
Settle of green-stained ashwood decorated with a beaten lead panel depicting three peacocks and two upright panels of cream linen, each with a blue stencilled design (replaced with copies around 1990), exhibited with the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society, 1896: Scottish, Glasgow, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and made by J. & W. Guthrie, lead panel possibly by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, 1895
Beaten lead frame with an abstract art nouveau design, containing a reproduction of The Walk by Mattthijs Maris, the frame by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh: Scottish, Glasgow, c. 1900.
'Summer', a cream coloured gesso panel in a white wood frame, depicting in low relief a woman looking upwards to four naked children, signed 'Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh 1904', Glasgow, 1904
Chair, painted silver, with purple velvet upholstery, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the Room de Luxe at the Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, 1903.
Oak armchair with panelled sides and a deep apron, from the Argyle Street Tearooms (used in the Smoking and Billiards Rooms), Glasgow, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1898, made at the workshop of Francis Smith, Glasgow, 1898-99
White painted oak bookcase with leaded glass doors in three sections, and with a single top shelf, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the Library at Dunglass Castle, Bowling, Dunbartonshire, 1900
Red lacquer cabinet, by Thomas S. Tait, London, c. 1929
Cream cotton handkerchief printed with pictures of George V and other monarchs, politicians and military leaders of the allied nations, marked 'A Souvenir of the Great War'
Amber glass plate, press moulded with 'THE QUEENS JUBILEE', '1837' AND '1887', by George Davidson and Co., Gateshead, 1887
Lavender and white agate glass thimble, moulded with a round base, an inverted thimble-shaped body, a round lip, and dot texture
Jug of purple glass, moulded with vertical body, pedestal base, beaded knop, shaped rim with pouring lip, and branch-form handle, and decorated with entwining thistles, shamrock and roses
Bowl of black glass, moulded with three legs and two handles, and banded by three rills
Small desk of plain oak, with a fold-down door above, concealing pigeon holes, and two doors below, with two shelves inside, and four knob feet, designed by Mackay Hugh Baillie-Scott for the Pyghtle Workshops, Bedford, c. 1901
Thistle-shaped wrought iron finial, possibly for a gate, painted matt black, from Hadden Ironworks, Edinburgh, 1900 - 1950
Earthenware figure of an antelope in faience: French, St Clement, c. 1925