Height 29.00 inch. Width 52.00 inch. Depth 38.00 inch.
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A field maple and amboyna centre table attributed to Edward Holmes Baldock.
This oval tilt top is veneered in field maple with a central design of alternating scrolls in amboyne. The solid triform base and three scroll feet have kingwood crossbanding.
Literature: Edward Holmes Baldock (1777-1845)was one of the first London antique dealers, in the modern sense of the word. He principally dealt in 18th century French furniture and Chinese Export porcelain, and commissioned furniture to compliment his inventory. This furniture has strong French design influences, but retains subtle English details (the floral marquetry often depicts English wildflowers). His clients included the Duke of Buccleuch and George IVth. His dispersal sale was in 1843 on his retirement. The solid triform base with overall veneers in exotic woods is a typical feature of his pieces.
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