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Fine English Regency Chess Table, circa 1815

  • Fine English Regency Chess Table, circa 1815
  • Fine English Regency Chess Table, circa 1815
  • Fine English Regency Chess Table, circa 1815
  • Fine English Regency Chess Table, circa 1815

A Fine Regency Japanned Chess Table, circa 1815

the folding top revealing a chess board, raised on a quadruple scroll support with a concave-sided plinth base with lotus feet, decorated in Chinoiserie style in imitation of Oriental lacquer, partly on tole panels

Height: 74cm (29 inches)

Depth: 46cm (18 inches)

Width: 92cm (36.25 inches)

Stock Reference: ACB 1700

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Condition

A Note From Luke

The japanned tole frieze panels were possibly supplied by the Pontypool factory, owned and run by the Allgood family from the middle of the 19th century, until about 1820.

Japanned tole panels used on furniture are rare, but a beautiful side-cabinet (the design attributed to Frederick Crace and similar in feeling to the present table) was sold from the Collection of the Dukes of Devonshire, Chatsworth, by Sotheby’s, 5th October 2010, lot 370.

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