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    Sale 5971

    An English Look - Robert Kime, Piers von Westenholz, David Bedale and James Graham-Stewart

    8 July 2009, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 361

    AN EARLY VICTORIAN SATIN-BIRCH TABLE

    BY GEORGE MORANT, CIRCA 1845

    Price Realised  

    AN EARLY VICTORIAN SATIN-BIRCH TABLE
    BY GEORGE MORANT, CIRCA 1845
    With a three-quarter gallery, on pierced end standards joined by a stretcher, on scrolled feet, stamped 'G.J. Morant, 91 New Bond St'
    28¾ in. (73 cm.) high; 25 in. (64 cm.) wide; 17 in. (43 cm.) deep


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    The firm of Morant, Boyd & Morant was established in 1790 by George Morant (d. 1846) at 88 New Bond Street, London. It continued to flourish and expand throughout the 19th Century. By 1852 the firm was known as Morant & Boyd and had premises at 91 New Bond Street, and by 1858 they had moved to 81 New Bond Street. The business continued into the 20th Century, when it became known as Lenygon & Morant.

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