A late 19th Century carved teak vitrine,

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Lot 2
A late 19th Century carved teak vitrine,

Sold for AU$ 7,320 (US$ 4,440) inc. premium
A late 19th Century carved teak vitrine,
designed by Lockwood de Forest II (1850-1932), made in Ahmedabad, India, assembled in New York,
167.5 x 81.4 x 30.8cm

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  • Provenance
    From the collection of Lockwood de Forest II (1850-1932) and by decent to the current owner. Lockwood de Forest was a member of the American Aesthetic Movement, along with Louis C. Tiffany and Candace Wheeler. He creatively assimilated Middle Eastern, Indian and Western design, resulting in a unique school within the American Arts and Crafts movement. Primarily he is known for his exotic interiors and his endeavours to preserve the craftsmanship of Indian artisans.
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