Lot 365: A PAIR OF REGENCY BRASS MOUNTED ROSEWOOD AND SATINWOOD BOOK-CARRIERS, CIRCA 1815 |
January 19, 2017
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: rosewood, satinwood
An interesting and decorative pair of book carriers in reasonable condition. The brasses are slightly tarnished but completely intact. There is some minor bleaching to the timber caused by sun damage. the surface has some staining and old marks caused by water as to be expected form age and use. There are some further old marks and scratches commensurate with age and use.
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Most probably purchased by The Hon. Charlotte Fitzroy, Viscountess Dungannon (1767 – 1828) for Brynkinalt Hall, Denbighshire during her extensive remodelling of the house in the first quarter of the 19υth century;
Thence by descent.
Dimensions: 17.5cm. high, 35cm. wide, 21cm. deep; 7in., 1ft. 1¾in., 8¼in.
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