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PAIR REGENCY GOTHIC PUGINESQUE BUCKETS ENGLISH CIRCA 1830

$ 7,700
  • Description
    A wonderful pair of late Regency period Mahogany and Brass Handled Buckets, possibly for use as log carriers, wine coolers, exotic waste paper baskets or even flower holders.

    Condition: Wonderfully naturally patinated mahogany with the original brass liners and brass carrying handles in excellent state.

    Regency Gothic, was a brief period of British fashion in the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century, initially inspired by Pugins father a Parisian draughtsman specialising in archicturial drawings of medieval and eccliastical buildings.

    The Son - Pugin the London born architect, artist, designer and critic is mostly remembered for his design for the Houses of Parliament, although he leads a long trail of designs for churches, houses, cathedrals around the country - including his popular designs for furnishings and mainly furniture .

    Condition: Wonderfully naturally patinated Mahogany with the original brass liners and carrying handles.

    Provenance: Private Collection UK

    Dimensions: Eleven Inches High x Thirteen and One Half Inches Diameter

    £ 5750
  • More Information
    Period: 19th Century
    Creation Date: 1830
    Styles / Movements: Gothic, Regency, Traditional
    Incollect Reference Number: 504999
  • Dimensions
    H. 11 in;
    H. 27.94 cm;
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