John McLean & Son

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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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JOHN MCLEAN & SON
Exceptionally Rare Regency Brass-Mounted Rosewood Table
The pierced galleried top with inset connemara marble above four cedar-lined frieze drawers above an open galleried shelf. John McLean (1770-182...
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Thomas Coulborn & Sons
JOHN MCLEAN & SON
Fine Regency Gilded & Gilt Brass Rio Rosewood Canterbury
The classic boat shape topped rosewood canterbury with four divisions and solid rosewood slats is of the highest quality in grade of timber and pre...
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Freshfords Fine Antiques
JOHN MCLEAN & SON
Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Cabinet or Chiffonier
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 tu...
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Duncan J. Baggott