A fine late Victorian rosewood and ivory marquetry bowfront cabinet on stand by Collinson and Lock, the marquetry designed by Stephen Webb, the cabinet probably designed by J.S Lock
Lot 266Y
A fine late Victorian rosewood and ivory marquetry bowfront cabinet on stand by Collinson and Lock, the marquetry designed by Stephen Webb, the cabinet probably designed by J.S Lock
Sold for £31,250 (US$ 45,670) inc. premium


Lot Details
A fine late Victorian rosewood and ivory marquetry bowfront cabinet on stand by Collinson and Lock, the marquetry designed by Stephen Webb, the cabinet probably designed by J.S Lock A fine late Victorian rosewood and ivory marquetry bowfront cabinet on stand by Collinson and Lock, the marquetry designed by Stephen Webb, the cabinet probably designed by J.S Lock A fine late Victorian rosewood and ivory marquetry bowfront cabinet on stand by Collinson and Lock, the marquetry designed by Stephen Webb, the cabinet probably designed by J.S Lock A fine late Victorian rosewood and ivory marquetry bowfront cabinet on stand by Collinson and Lock, the marquetry designed by Stephen Webb, the cabinet probably designed by J.S Lock
A fine late Victorian rosewood and ivory marquetry bowfront cabinet on stand by Collinson and Lock, the marquetry designed by Stephen Webb, the cabinet probably designed by J.S Lock
The shaped rectangular top with rounded projecting corners above a frieze inlaid with reclining cherubs amongst scrolling acanthus and fruiting cornocopiae, above a panelled door inlaid with playful children, scrolling leaves, birds, fruits, urns, griffin and other berainesque style marquetry, enclosing a shelf flanked by corinthian pilasters, with ivory engraved collars and similarly inlaid shaped sides, the inlaid stand with a shaped apron on square tapering legs headed by carved leaves joined by a bowed platform undertier, on square reeded tapering supports and leaf carved block feet, stamped to the inside of the door, 'COLLINSON & LOCK, 3521', 71cm wide, 30cm deep, 133cm high (27.5in wide, 11.5in deep, 52in high).

Footnotes

  • This cabinet appears in a room setting from the catalogue of Gillows catalogue of circa 1900 illustrating of group of similar furnishings inlaid in ivory.


    The firm of Collinson and Lock were established in Fleet Street in 1870 and were to become one of the leading manufacturers of 'Art Furniture' employing designers such as Bruce Talbert and E.W Godwin, merging with Jackson and Graham in 1882. Stephen Webb designed for the firm between 1885-1897 and exhibited at the Arts and Crafts Society Exhibitions from 1888 to 1906. He was also a member of the Art Workers Guild. Webb is now best remembered for his designs of intarsia as seen on the above lot, which were normally executed in ivory, the designs for which appeared in the 'Art Workers Quarterly' in 1902. Most of the furniture which was decorated with Webb's inlaid work was designed by the firms founding partner J.S Lock. Webb stayed with the firm after the takeover by Gillows in 1897 eventually leaving to become Professor of Sculpture at The Royal College of Art.

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  • Please note: in the printed catalogue a star (*) appears to the side of the lot number, this is incorrect and what should appear is a 'y' to indicate that as this item contains ivory it will be be subject to Cites if exported outside of the EU.
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