London, South Kensington
25 January 2011
A LATE VICTORIAN OAK ARTIST'S EASEL
BY REEVES & SONS, LATE 19TH CENTURY
With an adjustable metal winding rest on an H-shaped base on ceramic castors, bearing a metal plaque reading 'REEVES & SONS LONDON'
80 in. (203 cm.) high, approx.
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Reeves & Sons, fine art material manufacturers and suppliers were founded in 1766 by William Reeves who invented Moist Watercolour Paint-Cake. The original premises were on Well Street, St. Paul's, London.
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