Price

£5850.00

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A large Regency gilt pier glass by Thomas Fentham of London. This is very similar in detail to the glass illustrated in the Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture 1700-1840 page.202, Fig. 341 and has fine carved capitols, a lion mask and crossed ribbons along the cornice. The original gilding has been restored where it had become worn.

There are two labels on the back: the paper label of Thomas Fentham, 136 Strand and a brass label: 'this glass Mary Alsheton gave to her mother'.

Dimensions

Width: 38½'' / 98cm Height: 73'' / 185.5cm Depth: 6'' / 15cm

Price

£5850.00

Condition report

The water gilding has been restored as necessary

Stock number

S392
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  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
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