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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "George I burr walnut secretaire cabinet on chest in the manner of Old & Ody"
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John Ody became free of the joiners company in 1723 and probably about this time teamed up with William Old to trade from their St.Paul’s church yard address. Some of their furniture was identified with a trade label bearing featuring their shop sign of a castle. A very similar cabinet with the same unusual central candle shelf was recorded in the “Dictionary of marked London Furniture”, another very similar labelled piece of identical dimensions to this was exhibited at Grosvenor House in 2004 by Messers Brian Rollerston Ltd.
|Height||77.00 inch||(195.58 cm)|
|Width||43.00 inch||(109.22 cm)|
|Depth||20.00 inch||(50.80 cm)|