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A detail from a Charles Robert Ashbee wardrobe, priced at around £15,000-20,000 at the 'What Happened to Good Design' exhibition at Hill House in Kensington Church Street.

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Among the highlights is a Charles Robert Ashbee wardrobe with repoussé peacock panels and fine ironwork fittings (a detail shown above) priced at around £15,000-20,000.

Pieces by Liberty, Guild of Handicraft and Mouseman form part of the show that has a price range of £500-25,000.

The exhibition runs from June 20-29 and is part of the business’ 21st anniversary celebrations. In March, Hill House opened its Kensington Church Street premises on a six-month lease. It has now been extended to a rolling year basis.

Twelve specially commissioned watercolours by Australian artist Rosemary Marshall appear too, priced from £1500-3500. The works, a new venture for the gallery’s Salah Ben-Halim, are vibrant and floral, suitable for Arts & Crafts interiors.

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