200 Lexington Ave New York City, NY 10016 United States 646.293.6633
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$ 140,000

George Bullock (Attributed)

An Extremely Rare Regency Games Table

Origin England
Period 19th Century
Materials Oak, ebony
W. 38 in; H. 30 in; D. 38 in;
W. 96.52 cm; H. 76.2 cm; D. 96.52 cm;
Condition Excellent
Creation Date Circa 1815-20
Description An Extremely Rare English Oak & Ebony-Inlaid Games Table, Attributable To George Bullock.
The square top with trailing foliate border and swivel center section with chessboard to one side, opening to a recessed backgammon board, and a green leather-lined surface to the other; above a foliate-mounted frieze, on four scrolled serpentine supports joined by a concave-sided platform centered by a lotus boss on a stepped circular base, the legs and platform inlaid with foliage, on paw feet with sunk castors.

Regency designer George Bullock (ca. 1777-1818). Bullock was a brilliantly original and stylish furniture maker and sculptor from Liverpool. With his highly original designs and patriotic use of British woods, marbles and decorative motifs, and inventive ornamental patterns realized in both brass and marquetry, Bullock became one of the most recognized names in Regency cabinet-making.
Styles / Movements Regency, Traditional
200 Lex Booth Number 54
Book References For similar border inlay, C. Wainwright, et al., George Bullock Cabinet-Maker, London, 1988, pp. 96.
Dealer Reference Number 8497-270
Incollect Reference Number 347698
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