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Established in 1805 in Hanway Street, Tottenham Court Road, describing his business in the Post Office directories as ‘buying, selling, and manufacturing furniture, and supplying bronzes, porcelain and haberdashery, and chinaman to Her Majesty’, he included amongst his clients several members of the Royal Family, and a documented sale in 1840 to the Duke of Buccleuch includes a library centre table of very similar form to ours. This form of table, was inspired by a design published in 1838 by Richard Bridgens, in ‘Furniture with Candelabra’ of a ‘Marquetrie Centre Table’. Very similar tables are to be seen in Charlecote Park, Carlton Towers, and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
|Height||74.00 cm||(29.13 inches)|