Queen Anne Mulberry Bureau Firmly Attributed to Coxed and Woster, circa 1710 England 1

Queen Anne Mulberry Bureau Firmly Attributed to Coxed and Woster

circa 1710 England

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Queen Anne Mulberry Bureau Firmly Attributed to Coxed and Woster, circa 1710 England

This magnificent Queen Anne ‘Mulberry Wood’ (field maple) bureau of small proportion was sold on behalf of the Executors for the 6th Earl of Rosebery and his family in 1977 when the contents of historic Mentmore was dispersed by Sothebys. 

There is no doubt that this piece is from the famous White Swan workshops managed by John Coxed and Thomas Woster, St. Paul’s Churchyard C.1710

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