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John Coxed established a business in the late 17th century in St Pauls Church yard London, taking on the premises from a Mr Hayes an upholsterer. Mulberry wood although originally thought to be a veneer from that tree, was later thought to be burr maple stained in a particular process to give a beautiful mottled looking, highly figured timber that can be seen on this wonderful piece of furniture. John Coxed later partnered with Thomas Woster and the business survived at the St Pauls churchyard address till Woster’s death in 1736.
|Height||68.00 inch||(172.72 cm)|
|Width||43.50 inch||(110.49 cm)|
|Depth||19.75 inch||(50.16 cm)|