Chippendale Period Mahogany Lady’s Screen/Writing Table

£6,750.00

Circa 1770 

Chippendale Period Mahogany Lady’s Screen/Writing Table

Height: 29”, 74 cms / Width: 25.25”, 64 cms / Depth: 17”, 43 cms.

 

No: 11105

An excellent George III Period Mahogany Lady’s Screen/Writing table of serpentine form, the galleried top with rising fire screen to the back, the front with a pull out writing slide and dummy drawer, the right side with a fitted writing drawer and the whole raised on elegant cabriole legs united by a tray and executed in the French Manner.

Circa 1770

Price: £6,750-00p.

Height: 29”, 74 cms / Width: 25.25”, 64 cms / Depth: 17”, 43 cms.

 

Thomas Chippendale produced tables of this model for Nostell Priory in 1766 and Paxton. See B & W Image.

Coleridge, A. (1968). Chippendale Furniture: The Work of Thomas Chippendale and his Contemporaries in the Rococo Style. London, UK: Faber and Faber. Plate 354.

Gilbert, C. (1978). The Life and Work of Thomas Chippendale, Volumes II. 35 Red Lion Square, London, WCIR 4SG, UK: Cassell Ltd. Plate 436, p238.

Synge, L. (1999). Mallett Millennium: Fine Antique Furniture and Works of Art. London, United Kingdom: Antique Collectors’ Club. Plate 216, p176.

Delivery in the UK mainland is included in the marked price.

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