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Antique English Furniture

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Fine Irish Circular Tilt-Top Dining/Center Table, the solid top with double moulded rounded edge on a quadruped splayed base ending in brass caps and casters. Irish circa 1840 Attributed to Mack & Gibton, Dublin Cabinetmakers. <br/><br/>

The twin top construction maintains the flatness of the table and prevents warpage.
Rare Regency Diminutive Brass Inlaid Solid Rosewood Occasional Table attributed to George Bullock (1778-1818), having a round top with fluted edge and elaborate floral brass inlay centering a smaller inlaid brass rosette, on a finely ring-turned tapered stanchion with bold acanthus carved leaves to the base with a tripartite incurvate plinth supported on three compressed bun feet.  English circa 1817 <br/><br/>

The rosewood top is inlaid with a brass border of alternating ivy, honeysuckle and flowerheads which corresponds exactly to a design for a table top border Bullock (1778-1818)  provided in an 1817 drawing and a corresponding oak top table inlaid in holly for Matthew Robinson Boulton for his drawing room at Kew. The above referenced 43" diameter table sold at Christie's, King Street November 27,2003 for GB 65,725.<br/><br/>
Boulton was the son of the celebrated Matthew, one of the giants of the Industrial Revolution and partner of James Watt. George Bullock executed the prestigious commission to furnish the St. Helena residence granted by George, Prince Regent to the defeated Emperor Napoleon.
Fine Irish solid mahogany console table with rectangular thumb moulded top and shaped serpentine apron on three sides and having a central applied shell carving to the front,  on four shaped cabriole legs with attenuated c-scrolls, ending in round pad feet. Irish circa 1740. Please note the central shell is a modern hand-carved replacement.
A Very Fine Chippendale Period Mahogany Pembroke Table, with finely figured and crossbanded serpentine top, above a shaped apron with a drawer and dummy drawer, on four fluted cabriole legs carved to the tops with stylized palmettes & ending in scroll feet and brass castors. English 1775
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Height 28 in.; width 18 1/2 in.; width open 37 1/2 in.; depth 30 1/4 in
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This table relates closely to a `family' of furniture known to have been supplied by Chippendale. Many of the characteristics of the present table can be seen in other items of furniture known to have been supplied by Chippendale. The present table is in the French style with its beautifully formed and carved cabriole legs. The shape of the legs is closely related to a pair of card tables supplied to Sir Lawrence Dundas for the blue drawing room at Dumfries House and illustrated by Christopher Gilbert, op. cit, p. 402. Moreover the design for the leg is closely based on a drawing for chair frames now preserved in the Metropolitan Museum.  The form of the leg embellished with Grecian palms that feature in this design is for a chair design of 1765 provided by the architect Robert Adam and executed by Thomas Chippendale for Sir Lawrence Dundas,Christopher Gilbert, op. cit., figs, 402 and 176.
Very Fine Hand-Made Solid Mahogany Three Pedestal Dining Table, having an antique Sheraton mahogany top, including two separate leaves.<br/><br/>Height: 29 1/2
A very fine 18th century Chinese black lacquer panel decorated with figures in landscapes and pavilions at various pursuits, now custom mounted as a coffee table.
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