London, South Kensington
25 September 2007
A LARGE GILT BRONZE HALL LANTERN
CIRCA 1900, AFTER THE DESIGN BY THOMAS CHIPPENDALE
Of ovoid outline
40in. (101.6cm.) high; 21in. (53.3.cm.) wide
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This lantern is based on Thomas Chippendale's design published in the third edition of The Gentleman and Cabinet Makers Director, 1762, pl. CLIII.
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