A PAIR OF REGENCY BONHEUR DU JOUR ATTRIBUTABLE TO JOHN MCLEAN (4445911)
A PAIR OF REGENCY BONHEUR DU JOUR ATTRIBUTABLE TO JOHN MCLEAN (4445911)
A PAIR OF REGENCY BONHEUR DU JOUR ATTRIBUTABLE TO JOHN MCLEAN (4445911)

A PAIR OF REGENCY BONHEUR DU JOUR ATTRIBUTABLE TO JOHN MCLEAN (4445911)

c. 1810 England

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An extremely rare and superb quality pair of early 19th century Regency ormolu mounted rosewood bonheur du jour attributable to John McLean. The lift-off tops fitted with two drawers with egg and dart beading with pierced panels of gilt brass and a galleried shelf above. The bases having ormolu banding and a long single drawer in the frieze; on circular tapering gilt brass capped legs terminating in brass castors.

Note: A single bonheur by McLean can be found in the well-documented collection of Jon Gerstenfeld, Washington DC.

Price: £100,000 +
Margaret Jourdain, ‘Regency Furniture 1795-1820’, 1949, p.78m, fig.182; a similar single example by the same maker.
Edward Lennow-Boyd (ed.), ‘Masterpieces of English Furniture; The Gerstenfeld Collection’, 1998, p. 46, pl. 53.
Dimensions
Height 112.50 cm (44.29 inches)
Width 81.50 cm (32.09 inches)
Depth 48.50 cm (19.09 inches)
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