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Jennens and Bettridge aka Aaron Jennens and T.H. Bettridge (fl. 1815-1864) were highly regarded for producing quality papier-mâché wares. They acquired the workshops of Henry Clay, Japanner to George III and the Prince of Wales, in 1816. Their original premises were in Birmingham and they started a London branch at 3 West Halkin Street, Belgravia in 1837. Later offices were established in Paris and New York.

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JENNENS & BETTRIDGE
Antique English japanned tilt-top table c.1840
A fine large English centre table: the papier mache top inlaid with mother o' pearl and delicately painted with highly detailed chinoiseries and ex...
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Moxhams Antiques
JENNENS & BETTRIDGE
Antique Regency Papier Mache Tray On Stand
A Fine Quality Early 19th Century Papier Mache Tray Of Good Proportion Having Delightful Gilded And Painted Decoration Housed On Later Bamboo Ef...
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S & S Timms Antiques Ltd
JENNENS & BETTRIDGE
Pair of Pole Screens with Landscape Scenes
A Pair of Pole Screens Attributed to Jennens & Bettridge Constructed in papier-mâché, decorated with gilt arabesques and mother-of-pearl; risi...
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