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William Marsh (active 1775-1810) and Thomas Tatham (1763-1818) were partners in a very successful firm of cabinetmakers and upholsterers based in Mount Street. They carried out major commissions for the Prince of Wales at Brighton Pavilion and at Carlton House. Charles Heathcote Tatham (1772-1842), brother of Thomas, was sent to Rome by the architect Henry Holland (1745-1806) in 1794 to collect Classical fragments. Tatham's drawings of these, published as ‘Etchings of Ancient Ornamental Architecture’ in 1799-1800, provided Marsh and Tatham with the inspiration for much of their furniture.

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MARSH AND TATHAM, LONDON
A George IV Period Carved Giltwood Mirror in the manner of Marsh and Tatham
A George IV period carved giltwood mirror.
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Solomon Bly
MARSH AND TATHAM, LONDON
Regency Period Library Table
A Library Table of the Regency Period In the Manner of Marsh & Tatham Of rectangular form, constructed using amboyna, with ormolu accents; risin...
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Butchoff