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Indian, circa 1830
Produced in India for the colonial market B.W Lazarus established a cabinet making workshop in Calcutta in the early 19th century. The firm was later recorded as C.Lazarus and Sons and eventually became one of the leading furniture shops in the city. Labelled pieces of furniture from his period and country and virtually unknown.
Fusing western taste, with Indian woods and sensibilities pieces were often intricately carved. Inspiration was drawn from western design templates such as George Smithâs The Cabinet Makerâs and Upholsterers Guide, London, 1826 and the works of Gillows of Lancaster and London.
|Height||72.50 cm||(28.54 inches)|
|Width||64.00 cm||(25.20 inches)|
|Depth||56.00 cm||(22.05 inches)|