George III Period Demilune Satinwood Card Table

REF: 1217

George III Period Demilune Satinwood Card Table

REF: 1217

George III period demilune satinwood card table with reserve painted panels, the borders with trailing foliage. Stamped on reverse base, S.& H. JEWELL, 29, 30 & 31, LITTLE QUEEN ST, HOLBORN.W.C.( Retailers).

See also Bonhams 19th June 2012 Large Victorian Bookcase by S.& H.Jewell the rectangular ogee cornice with an arrowhead carved frieze above four glazed doors, each enclosing shelves flanked by fluted and cabochon carved pilasters headed by leaf carved capitals, the lower part with arrowhead carving above four panelled doors centred by lozenges flanked by fluted uprights with carved leaf roundels, on a moulded plinth base, labelled twice inside the base doors, S.& H. JEWELL, 29, 30 & 31, LITTLE QUEEN ST, HOLBORN.W.C., 366cm wide, 66cm deep, 273cm high (144" wide, 25.5" deep, 107" high).

For similar example see also National Trust Collection pembroke table also S and H Jewell National Trust Furniture Date 1790 materials paint, satinwood. Place of origin Little Queen Street Collection Ightham Mote, Kent (Accredited Museum.

See also Gildings Sale 25th March 2013.Edwardian rosewood Bonheur du jour, the galleried back with central bevelled mirror below a shelf and flanked by a pair of dummy drawers, with rising lids and with shaped drawers below, with leather writing surface, in a shaped top with moulded edge, central long drawer flanked by three pairs of short drawers, all with cast brass handles, the whole inlaid in satinwood, with vases, flowers, scroll and acanthus leaves, on square tapered legs and brass castors, trade label for S. & H. Jewell, 29,30 & 31 Little Queen Street, Holborn, London N. W.C. 107cms, (3'6").

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  • Height 73.5 cm / 29"
  • Width 91.5 cm / 36 14"
  • Depth 45.5 cm / 18"
  • Period 1750-1799
  • Year c 1790
  • Country England