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A pair of George III Ormolu mounted satinwood marquetry and giltwood side tables attributed to Mayhew and Ince, possibly to a design by James Wyatt... English circa 1775/1795. mo#ClippedOnIssuu from Ronald Phillips -Ronnie_Bennet

Ronald Phillips - 2012

A pair of George III Ormolu mounted satinwood marquetry and giltwood side tables attributed to Mayhew and Ince, possibly to a design by James Wyatt... English circa 1775/1795. mo#ClippedOnIssuu from Ronald Phillips -Ronnie_Bennet

A fine George III inlaid mahogany, kingwood and satinwood sideboard table circa 1775, In the manner of Mayhew and Ince | Lot | Sotheby's

A fine George III inlaid mahogany, kingwood and satinwood sideboard table circa In the manner of Mayhew and Ince

The collection of Robert Adams upholstered furniture was designed for the house but was of course later donated and with impressive provenance.

The collection of Robert Adams upholstered furniture was designed for the house but was of course later donated and with impressive provenance.

Hall chair. 1802. Elward, Marsh & Tatham (furniture maker)

Elward, Marsh & Tatham Set of hall chairs Gilded and painted mahogany. Acquired by the Prince Regent. Made for the Hall at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, in Grand Entrance & Marble Hall, Buckingham Palace.

These items of furniture were made for Speaker's House in the Palace of Westminster. James Wyatt. 1807

A gilt wood settee w triple arched padded back, the carved frame w decoration of lozenge.

A Pair of George III Mahogany Side Board Pedestals and Urns. Unknown maker, London, England. Circa 1760-1775.

An Important Pair of George III Mahogany Side Board Pedestals and Urns Unknown maker, London, England Circa - Available at 2007 April Signature Fine.

A GEORGE III ORMOLU-MOUNTED SATINWOOD, ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY SERPENTINE COMMODE ATTRIBUTED TO MAYHEW AND INCE. In its overall form and inlaid decoration this commode conforms to exactly John Mayhew and William Ince's output of the early 1770s.

A GEORGE III ORMOLU-MOUNTED SATINWOOD, ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY SERPENTINE COMMODE ATTRIBUTED TO MAYHEW AND INCE. In its overall form and inlaid decoration this commode conforms to exactly John Mayhew and William Ince's output of the early 1770s.

Pair Sheraton Regency Inlay Console Tables

Pair Sheraton Regency Inlay Console Tables

A George III painted satinwood and rosewood secretaire bookcase circa 1790 the top with a pair of glazed doors enclosing later glass shelves, the secretaire drawer fitted with small drawers and pigeonholes, with three drawers below with painted decoration Estimate   9,413 - 15,688USD  LOT SOLD. 19,610 USD

A George III painted satinwood and rosewood secretaire bookcase circa 1790 the top with a pair of glazed doors enclosing later glass shelves, the secretaire drawer fitted with small drawers and pigeonholes, with three drawers below

The Buzz on Antiques: THE THREE MINI-PERIODS OF GEORGIAN FURNITURE

In my last post, we looked at an overview of Georgian furniture from the reign of George I in the first quarter to the reign of George II .

George III ebonised  decorated beech occasional chair in the manner of Thomas Hope (c. 1800	 England)

George III ebonised & decorated beech occasional chair in the manner of Thomas Hope

Georgian Period , Painted and Decorated Settee England, c. 1800  Late Eighteenth Century English Settee Retaining the Original Paintwork

Georgian Period , Painted and Decorated Settee England, c. 1800 Late Eighteenth Century English Settee Retaining the Original Paintwork

chairs - carved wood Hepplewhite chairs - Hepplewhite chairs have antique walnut finish and antiqued gold leaf trim

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