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Marquetry was revived into \English cabinet making as early as 1825. This was to challenge the French buhl-work (boulle-work) at this time. In the 1830's and 1840's there was a fashion for marquetry of leaf designs which developed into floral foliate work of detailed character. Many leading furniture manufacturers of the day exhibited marquetry work at the Great Exhibition of 1851, London.
Seat with cushion: Height 47cm (18.5 ins) Depth 42cm (16.5 ins)
|Height||82.00 cm||(32.28 inches)|
|Width||47.00 cm||(18.50 inches)|
|Depth||52.00 cm||(20.47 inches)|