Newton School of Metal Work bellows
A set of copper and wood fireside bellows made by the Newton School of Metal Workers, circa 1900.
One side of the bellows has a repousse design of a bird on branches. The leather bellows have been recently professionally replaced and the bellows function well.
The School made a number of different repousse designs for fireside bellows and this particular design can be found in the Newton School design archive. It is most likely a design by John Williams for the School.
Dimensions: 16″ long by 7″ in diameter by 2″ deep
Condition: Some minor scratching and staining to the patina