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PROPERTY FROM A CONNECTICUT PRIVATE COLLECTION

A William IV rosewood sofa table by Taprell, Holland & Son circa 1835
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155

PROPERTY FROM A CONNECTICUT PRIVATE COLLECTION

A William IV rosewood sofa table by Taprell, Holland & Son circa 1835
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Details & Cataloguing

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A William IV rosewood sofa table by Taprell, Holland & Son circa 1835
The underside of each drawer stamped TAPRELL HOLLAND & SON / UPHOLSTERERS &C / 19 Marylebone St ST JAMES'S / LONDON.
height 30 in.; width 36 1/2 in.; width open 4 ft. 11 1/4 in.; depth 25 3/4 in.
76.2 cm; 150.5 cm; 65.4 cm
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Catalogue Note

This famous firm was known as Taprell, Holland and Son between 1835 and 1843 when it finally became Holland & Sons. William Holland, who took over as senior partner in 1843, was almost certainly related to the architect Henry Holland. The relationship between builder and cabinet maker is paralleled by another leading Victorian firm, Trollope and Sons. Their earliest known commission was to furnish the Athenaeum, 1824- 1838. They also worked alongside the firm of Thomas Dowbiggin at Osborne House, and eventually took over their premises and business at 23 Mount Street in 1851 and 1853 respectively.

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