An English Regency zebrawood and penwork sewing cabinet, crossbanded in Kingwood. c 1815.
Edith Sitwell in her play ‘Facade’ likened the grain to ‘the rolling, curling smoke of a burnt out candle’. 30cm x 17cm x 26cm high.
A similar penwork cabinet, with identical panels of young mothers and their children, after artist Adam Buck is displayed in the show room of ‘Ross’s Perfumery, London ‘, illustrated Akermann’s Repository of the Arts, published 1816
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