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Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Secretaire Cabinet (1 of 10)
Wick Antiques Ltd
Flag of United KingdomHampshire, UK
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Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Secretaire Cabinet

REF: LA150863
Certified DealerApproved listing361 sales by dealer
Certified DealerApproved listing361 sales by dealer
Regency brass-inlaid rosewood secretaire cabinet, the rectangular top with a pierced galleried shelf with trellis work on the sides, above a secretaire drawer, banded with brass palm leaves on an ebony ground, enclosing nine satinwood shelves flanking four pigeon holes, with a red leather-inset fall front writing surface, the lower section comprising silk-lined trellis panelled doors, all on ormolu lions’ paw feet, decorated overall with classical palmettes and anthemion, the later locks stamped ‘Turners W. Hampton Patent’. English. Provenance:- The Marquess of Bristol and by descent to the late Frederick, 7th Marquess of Bristol, Ickworth, Suffolk, from whom bought privately by the present owner and kept at Ellerslie House. Footnote:- A pattern for this secretaire was entitled a ‘Lady’s Secretary’ and featured in Thomas Sheraton’s, ‘Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing Book’, 1791-3, Part III, pl XLIII. However various elements in the style and ornament of this piece relate to the work of John McLean & Son, Marylebone Street subscribers to Thomas Sheraton’s 1803 ‘Cabinet Dictionary’. For a related secretaire by McLean in the Victoria and Albert Museum see C Gilbert, ‘Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture 1700-1840.’ Leeds, 1996, fig. 596.
49 IN
34.75 IN
18 IN
Wick Antiques Ltd has clarified that the Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Secretaire Cabinet (LA150863) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1811
This Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Secretaire Cabinet is located in Hampshire, United Kingdom

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