John Channon

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In 1742 John Channon established himself as a cabinet maker on St Martin’s Lane, St Martin’s-in-the-field, London, within the direct locality of Thomas Chippendale’s workshop. His work is famed for its high Rococo taste and brass inlay of exceptional quality and style, heavily influenced by the works of Boulle and the French furniture designers.

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JOHN CHANNON (c.1711-c.1783)
George 11 Mahogany Tray
Rectangular with applied caveto moulded edge and indented corners, the detail repeated in the inset brass border. To the sides a pair of cast gilt ...
Duncan J. Baggott
JOHN CHANNON (c.1711-c.1783)
George II Mahogany Envelope Writing Supper Table
A fine mid 18th century mahogany folding supper table, the triangular top veneered in fine mahogany inlaid with brass stringing. The lower top, ope...
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Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
JOHN CHANNON (c.1711-c.1783)
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 stran...
Duncan J. Baggott