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Auction archive: Lot number 256

A fine Victorian dining room side cabinet in the manner of Jackson & Graham, having string inlaid and parcel gilt ormolu moulded top, ivory and boxwood inlaid frieze and uprights, rounded ends with shelves and central mirrored door, with a mahogany a...

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Auction archive: Lot number 256

A fine Victorian dining room side cabinet in the manner of Jackson & Graham, having string inlaid and parcel gilt ormolu moulded top, ivory and boxwood inlaid frieze and uprights, rounded ends with shelves and central mirrored door, with a mahogany a...

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A fine Victorian dining room side cabinet in the manner of Jackson & Graham, having string inlaid and parcel gilt ormolu moulded top, ivory and boxwood inlaid frieze and uprights, rounded ends with shelves and central mirrored door, with a mahogany adjustable shelf interior, 98cm H, 125cm W, 46cm D. Thomas Jackson and Peter Graham established their partnership at 37 Oxford Street London in 1836. They produced predominately high quality furniture and represented Britain at many of the international exhibitions. Their clients included Queen Victoria, Napoleon III, the Grand Khedive at Cairo and the royal palace in Siam. Their fine marquetry work, the use of Wedgwood plaques, ivory inlay, rare woods, and fine casting of gilt-bronze mounts were the benchmark of their cabinet making prowess. For design to be of the highest quality and in the latest taste and fashion they collaborated with the leading designers of the period, including Owen Jones Alfred Lorimer, Eugene Prignot and Bruce Talbert until the company was acquired by Collinson and Lock in 1885. Jackson & Graham were exhibitors, and prize winners at many of the Great Exhibitions of the Victorian period including when, 'the workmanship is so perfect that even with the aid of a magnifying glass scarcely the slightest imperfection is to be found', was the view of their entry at the Paris International Exhibition of 1878.

Auction archive: Lot number 256
Auction:
Datum:
24 Apr 2019
Auction house:
Golding Young & Mawer
Spalding Road
The Bourne Auction Rooms
Bourne Lincolnshire, PE10 9LE
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0) 1778 422686
+44 (0)1778 425726
Beschreibung:

A fine Victorian dining room side cabinet in the manner of Jackson & Graham, having string inlaid and parcel gilt ormolu moulded top, ivory and boxwood inlaid frieze and uprights, rounded ends with shelves and central mirrored door, with a mahogany adjustable shelf interior, 98cm H, 125cm W, 46cm D. Thomas Jackson and Peter Graham established their partnership at 37 Oxford Street London in 1836. They produced predominately high quality furniture and represented Britain at many of the international exhibitions. Their clients included Queen Victoria, Napoleon III, the Grand Khedive at Cairo and the royal palace in Siam. Their fine marquetry work, the use of Wedgwood plaques, ivory inlay, rare woods, and fine casting of gilt-bronze mounts were the benchmark of their cabinet making prowess. For design to be of the highest quality and in the latest taste and fashion they collaborated with the leading designers of the period, including Owen Jones Alfred Lorimer, Eugene Prignot and Bruce Talbert until the company was acquired by Collinson and Lock in 1885. Jackson & Graham were exhibitors, and prize winners at many of the Great Exhibitions of the Victorian period including when, 'the workmanship is so perfect that even with the aid of a magnifying glass scarcely the slightest imperfection is to be found', was the view of their entry at the Paris International Exhibition of 1878.

Auction archive: Lot number 256
Auction:
Datum:
24 Apr 2019
Auction house:
Golding Young & Mawer
Spalding Road
The Bourne Auction Rooms
Bourne Lincolnshire, PE10 9LE
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0) 1778 422686
+44 (0)1778 425726
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