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A LATE VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND IVORY INLAID SIDE CABINET
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A LATE VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND IVORY INLAID SIDE CABINET

BY COLLINSON AND LOCK, LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY

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A LATE VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND IVORY INLAID SIDE CABINET
BY COLLINSON AND LOCK, LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY
The stepped top with brass three-quarter galleries above a pair of astragal glazed doors flanked by a open shelves and drawers, fitted with an open adjustable shelf below flanked by a gilt-metal mounted panelled cupboard to each side, stamped COLLINSON & LOCK LONDON
60¼in. (153cm.) high; 52in. (132cm.) wide; 50¼in. (39cm.) deep
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Lot Essay

Publications on Renaissance ornament in the 1870's promoted the fashion for certosa style ivory inlay as featured in G.J Oakshott's Details and Ornaments of the Renaissance,1888. Stephen Webb was perhaps the most celebrated designer of this intarsia or certosa inlay and was employed from the mid-1880's by Messrs Collinson & Lock of Fleet Street and Oxford Street.

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