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Constructed in rosewood, dressed with very fine marquetry work housed within coromandel reserves; rising from four scrolled castor shod feet supporting an incurved rectangular platform base with floral marquetry work; an inlaid hexagonal centre column issues from the lotus leaf carved base, the rectangular marquetry dressed platform housing a single drawer, fitted in faded silk with compartments and a selection of Mother-of Pearl lidded containers and sewing implements, surmounted by a pierced and sinuous gallery.
Robert Blake, a neighbour, of Tottenham Court Road, a cabinet maker and inlayer included in ‘The Dictionary of English Furniture Makers 1660-1840’ pub Furniture History Society 1986, is recorded as having worked for worked for Baldock
Reference; Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture by Christopher Gilbert, FHS pub., 1996
|Height||79.00 cm||(31.10 inches)|
|Width||52.00 cm||(20.47 inches)|
|Depth||40.00 cm||(15.75 inches)|