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Important Queen Anne Chinoiserie Corner Cupboard by John Coxed, Sold To An Important Private European Collection…

Six pieces of furniture bearing John Coxed’s labels have so far come to light, and they bear two different styles of label to which this is thought to be the earliest version. This corner cabinet is not only one, of the only now three known examples of the earliest form, but also the only recorded Japanned and chinoiserie piece by John Coxed (1711-1718). It is assumed that this label dates from 1711-1715 and the later version’ from 1715-18. This allows us the rare opportunity to accurately date this unique piece, to sometime between 1711-15.

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18th-Century Royal Navy Decorated Barrel

18th-Century Royal Navy Decorated Barrel

A rare 18th-century Royal Navy oak grog or powder barrel, lacquered and decorated with the Royal Coat of Arms. Super piece and makes a fantastic and atmospheric stick/cane stand.
William and Mary Marquetry Chest of Drawers

William and Mary Marquetry Chest of Drawers

A William and Mary walnut floral marquetry chest, circa 1690. The rectangular ogee moulded top with central banded oval inlaid with spring flowers, birds and scrolls of acanthus, on ebony ground.
William IV Mother of Pearl Inlaid Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

William IV Mother of Pearl Inlaid Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

William IV Mother of Pearl Inlaid Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy 1800 England SOLD Follow UsinstagramEmail this pageWilliam IV Mother of Pearl Inlaid Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy A fine William IV mother of pearl inlaid tortoiseshell tea caddy. The term...

18th-Century Royal Navy Decorated Barrel

18th-Century Royal Navy Decorated Barrel

A rare 18th-century Royal Navy oak grog or powder barrel, lacquered and decorated with the Royal Coat of Arms. Super piece and makes a fantastic and atmospheric stick/cane stand.
William and Mary Marquetry Chest of Drawers

William and Mary Marquetry Chest of Drawers

A William and Mary walnut floral marquetry chest, circa 1690. The rectangular ogee moulded top with central banded oval inlaid with spring flowers, birds and scrolls of acanthus, on ebony ground.
William IV Mother of Pearl Inlaid Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

William IV Mother of Pearl Inlaid Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

William IV Mother of Pearl Inlaid Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy 1800 England SOLD Follow UsinstagramEmail this pageWilliam IV Mother of Pearl Inlaid Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy A fine William IV mother of pearl inlaid tortoiseshell tea caddy. The term...

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