Price

£5750.00

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An interesting pair of early nineteenth century English Gothic Mahogany Buckets of hexagon form . Most probably originally intended for fire sided purposes to carry logs to and fro  -  now they may serve other practical purposes , such as Wine Buckets, Jardinieres  or purely decoration ..The design is unmistakingly Pugin whose forte was within the re- discovery of the early Gothic design .

 

Pugin junior  , himself L ondon born, elevated the Gothic design to the British scene becoming enormously fashionable in the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century . Initially Inspired by his father a Parisian ( France ) a draughtsman specialising  in architectural drawings of medieval and eccliastical buildings .He will be remembered mainly for his design for the English Houses of Parliament , although he leaves behind a trail of successes notably in the area of Cathederals -Churches - Homes , including his designs for popular furnishings and furniture .

 

Condition ......Wonderfully preserved with an excellent natural patina to the extra quality Mahogany . Fortunately  ,having the original brass liner and swinging brass handle .

Dimensions..  Eleven inches height .....Thirteen and One Half Inches  Diameter

 

Provenance...Private Collection UK

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dimensions

Height 11 inches Diameter thirteen and one half inches

Price

£5750.00

Stock number

Wag 1278

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