Elegante Étagère im neoklassizistischen Adam-Stil, London/Edwards & Roberts, ca. 1890
A two tier etagere in the manner of Robert Adam, of oval form, constructed in a well figured and grained West Indian satinwood, rising from tapering square legs with a shaped stretcher, inlaid with pendant bellflower and banding, etched and shaded; both tops beautifully decorated in faux inlay - a very fine decoupage work depicting trophies within scrolling foliage. The removable glass bottomed tray can be used to serve drinks, etc. Made by Edwards & Roberts, one of the leading 19th Century London cabinet makers and retailers,. Edwards & Roberts worked in a variety of styles, both modern and revivalist and especially furniture in the Neo Classical Adam revival. The firm was founded in 1845 with premises at 21 Wardour Street, London, and continued to trade until the end of the century.
|OF THE PERIOD:||Adams Style, late 19th ct.
85 cm (33.46 in.)
|WIDTH:||89 cm (35.04 in. )|
|DEPTH:||55 cm (21.65 in. )|
– Verkauft / Sold –