London, South Kensington
5 December 2001
A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD CHIFFONIER
decorated throughout with beaded panels, with a triangular pediment and an open shelf supported by pierced scrolled corbels, a frieze drawer and cupboards below flanked by turned columns and with reeded, scrolled feet, the drawer stamped T & G SEDDON -- 37½in. (95cm.) wide, 50in. (127cm.) high, 18in. (46cm.) deep
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Thomas and George Seddon traded from Aldersgate Street, and from 16 Lower Grosvenor Street from 1826. The firm was awarded a Royal Warrent in 1837. Their furniture is more usually identified by a paper label rather than a stamp.
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