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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III SYCAMORE SATINWOOD AND MARQUETRY SIDE TABLES ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM MOORE OF DUBLIN (4409041)"
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Note: The frieze design to these extraordinary tables corresponds in great detail to the frieze of a commode attributed to Moore, now in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and that of a pair of tables in the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York, attributed to the same maker; all share the same design, inlay and choice of woods. A commode with very similar inlay bearing an ivory label stating it was 'made by William Moore of Dublin for the third Duke of Portland in 1782, when he was Viceroy of Ireland' was formerly in the collection of the Duke of Portland. Furthermore a commode with similar inlay is at Corsham Court in Wiltshire, where a bill from Moore dated 1772 survives.
Price: £100,000 +
Partridge Fine Arts Plc., London;
Private Collection, USA.
Ralph Edwards and Percy Edwards, ‘The Dictionary of English Furniture’, revised edition, 1954, vol. II, London 1954, p. 122, figs. 32, 33.
Desmond Fitz-Gerald, ‘Georgian Furniture’, London 1969, item 108.
Sotheby & Co, ‘A Collection of English Furniture Formed By A Gentleman Residing In New York’, 27-28th June 1974, pp. 256-7,item 142.
F. Lewis Hinckley, ‘Hepplewhite Sheraton & Regency Furniture’, New York 1987, pp. 175, 177 & 178, plates 141, 143 & 144.
Irish Arts Review Yearbook 2002, vol. 18, R. Ruddy, ‘Every Article in the inlaid way,
The Furniture of William Moore’, p. 53, figs. 13-14.
Lucy Morton, ‘Partridge Recent Acquisitions’, 1995, pp. 46-47.
|Height||87.00 cm||(34.25 inches)|
|Width||141.00 cm||(55.51 inches)|
|Depth||53.50 cm||(21.06 inches)|