Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Cabinet or Chiffonier
Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Cabinet or Chiffonier
Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Cabinet or Chiffonier
Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Cabinet or Chiffonier

In the manner of JOHN MCLEAN & SON (worked c.1770-c.1825)

Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Cabinet or Chiffonier

c. 1810 to c. 1825 England

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The shallow raised shelf with gothic arched brass gallery and brass stringing over X-framed cast brass ends with paterae to fine cast and chased turned brass columns. The frieze with floral Boulle-like marquetry brass inlay over a pair of panelled doors with brass mounts. The doors open to an interior with adjustable shelves and are flanked by a pair of pilasters with marquetry brass inlay. Stands upon a pair of cast and chased lion’s paw feet.
English, in the manner of John McLean of London, circa 1810-1825
Height 50” (127cm) Width 40” (102cm) Depth 14.5” (37cm)
Stock No. 8586
John McLean of 34, Marylebone Street, Piccadilly (1814-1825), was a London cabinet maker working in the Regency period. A subscriber to Sheraton’s Directory 1803, he was particularly known for his fine cabinets and desks in the French taste, using cast and chased metal mounts. His later work with Boulle-like inlay and brass strips was often worked in rosewood. He advertised that he specialised in ‘Elegant Parisian Furniture’.
Dictionary of English Furniture Makers 1660-1840
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8586
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