Mahogany Pipe Tray
Mahogany Pipe Tray
Mahogany Pipe Tray
Made to accommodate long church warden’s clay pipes, this particular example very finely made with caddy joints to the corners and a double strand of brass inlay to each side, in the manner of work by London cabinet maker, John Channon and dates from the reign of George 11. A similar tray from Denston Hall in Suffolk is illustrated in the Dictionary of English Furniture by Ralph Edwards.
English, circa 1740 - 1760
Height 2” (5cm) Width 23.5” (60cm) Depth 5” (13cm)
Stock No. 9900
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Baggott Church Street Ltd

Baggott Church Street Ltd
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