A Regency Amboyna & Rosewood Side Table
A Regency Amboyna & Rosewood Side Table
A Regency Amboyna & Rosewood Side Table
A Regency Amboyna & Rosewood Side Table

Attributed to MOREL & SEDDON (worked from 1827-1868)

A Regency Amboyna & Rosewood Side Table

c. 1830 England

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A very fine Regency amboyna and rosewood side table with rounded rectangular top cross banded in rosewood with a shallow frieze veneered in amboyna and an applied rosewood moulding. Below the facetted stretcher is contrasted in rosewood with a reeded and ring-turned centre piece. The elegant trestle ends with crisply carved rosewood rosettes and parcel gilt foliate scrolls the have been lightly refreshed. The stepped plinths supports the original gilt brass paw feet that stand on concealed castors.

George Seddon (1796-1857) formed a partnership with a cabinetmaker and upholsterer called Nicholas Morel and the firm was called Morel & Seddon. One of their contracts was to make furniture for Windsor Castle. Nicholas Morel had been chosen as furniture maker in charge of re-furnishing Windsor Castle, but he needed the help of a large established firm for this vast commission and went into partnership with George Seddon and his company. The company worked almost exclusively for the crown at Windsor and other royal residences, and it employed designers including the young A.W.N. Pugin.

In 1830 George's brother Thomas III joined this partnership. After 1833 the name of the business reverted to Seddon & Sons. The firm finally closed in 1868.
Height 72.00 cm (28.35 inches)
Width 122.00 cm (48.03 inches)
Depth 55.00 cm (21.65 inches)
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Mackinnon - Fine Furniture

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