Queen-Anne-18th-century-Japanned-chinoiserie-corner-cupboard
Queen-Anne-18th-century-Japanned-chinoiserie-corner-cupboard
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JOHN COXED Also known as COXED & WOSTER (worked c.1700-c.1710)

18th Century Queen Anne Japanned Chinoiserie Corner Cupboard Cabinet with bevelled mirror to the door

1705 England

£26,000

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Queen Anne 18th Century Japanned Chinoiserie Corner Cupboard

The corner cupboard is the first and only japanned piece by the prominent London furniture maker ‘John Coxed’ to be discovered and one of only six pieces to bear his original and earliest trade label. Making this piece not only a beautiful object to admire but extremely important academically. This piece is certainly fit for the most important of collections and museums alike.

• Bearing the original trade label ‘John Coxed of Saint Pauls Church Yard, London’
• Superb and original chinoiserie decoration
• Original hinges & escutcheon
• Original bevelled mercury patinated mirror plate
• Original lock & key
• Original shelves

Medium
Chinoiserie, japanned

Signed/Inscribed

John Coxed, T the Swan in St. Pauls Church-yard, LONDON, makes cabinets, book cases, chests of drawers, s. rutores and looking-glasses forts

Condition

Original condition.

Provenance

Private London collection.

Literature

The trade label from this corner cupboard is illustrated in the ‘Pictorial Dictionary Of Marked London Furniture, 1700- 1840’, page 153, fig 236, by leading furniture historian Christopher Gilbert.

Dictionary Of English Furniture Makers 1660-1840, by The Furniture History Society, page 205.

Dimensions
Height 38.00 inch (96.52 cm)
Width 26.00 inch (66.04 cm)
Depth 14.50 inch (36.83 cm)
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