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$ 34,040

Early Victorian amboyna centre table

Documentation Signed
Origin England
Period 19th Century
Dimensions
H. 28.5 in;
H. 72.39 cm;
Creation Date 1840
Description A fine early Victorian amboyna centre table by Taprell and Holland & Sons, the circular top set on a gadrooned baluster support terminating in petals with an ebony collar, all on a circular base with three bun feet, decorated with ebony inlays comprising a chain design within slender borders, bead and reel edging, further gadrooning and rosettes. English, c1840.

Footnote: Stephen Taprell set up as a cabinet maker, upholsterer, chair and sofa manufacturer in 1803. In 1835 his partner, William Holland, a relative of the famous Regency architect Henry Holland, took over and traded until 1843 as Taprell, Holland and Sons. After 1846, as Holland and Sons, the company became one of the greatest furnishing firms of the Victorian period. Queen Victoria commissioned them to supply Osborne House, Windsor Castle, Balmoral and also the new Houses of Parliament. Granted the Royal Warrant in 1846, they exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851 and were represented at all the major exhibitions thereafter.
Makers
HOLLAND & SONS
Condition
Excellent
Styles / Movements Traditional, Victorian
Incollect Reference Number 277386
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