London, South Kensington
20 April 2000
A MAHOGANY AND INLAID BUREAU
MADE BY SHAPLAND AND PETTER, CIRCA 1895
the raised back with three quarter gallery above leaded glass window and green leather writing surface, above a bowed frieze drawer flanked by inlaid stemmed poppy seadheads panels, on pierced panel uprights joined by stretchers, on castors
48½in. (123cm.) wide; 21in. (53.5cm.) deep; 43½in (111cm.) high
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Elizabeth Aslin, 19th Century English Furniture, London, 1962, plate 132 for similar example illustrated
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