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Matthias Lock was one of the first designers and craftsmen in Britain to introduce rococo design, and several of his publications appeared before Thomas Chippendale’s The Gentleman and Cabinet-maker’s Director of 1754. Little is known about Lock himself, but it is believed he worked alongside Chippendale on some of his larger projects. As a result, the distinction between Lock and Chippendale is sometimes a little blurred. The distinct cabriole leg boldly carved with acanthus leaf compares to a drawing by Lock preserved in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Price: £100,000 +
|Height||90.00 cm||(35.43 inches)|
|Width||145.00 cm||(57.09 inches)|
|Depth||80.50 cm||(31.69 inches)|