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AN EARLY VICTORIAN NEOCLASSICAL CERAMIC INSET ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, CIRCA 1853, THE CERAMIC PANEL ATTRIBUTED TO W. T. COPELAND

AN EARLY VICTORIAN NEOCLASSICAL CERAMIC INSET ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, CIRCA 1853, THE CERAMIC PANEL ATTRIBUTED TO W. T. COPELAND

AN EARLY VICTORIAN NEOCLASSICAL CERAMIC INSET ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, CIRCA 1853, THE CERAMIC PANEL ATTRIBUTED TO W. T. COPELAND

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The Coghill Table

AN EARLY VICTORIAN NEOCLASSICAL CERAMIC INSET ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, CIRCA 1853, THE CERAMIC PANEL ATTRIBUTED TO W. T. COPELAND


the ceramic top inset into a palmette moulded edge raised on vase form stem with triangular base and faceted bun feet, the underside bearing a hand written label, 'From Sir John Coghills collection / A female figure sits holding in her left hand a brasier *** her right *lympanum, conversing *** satyr who presents *** what *** [the rest illegible]'

68.5cm. high, 65cm. diameter; 2ft. 3in., 2ft. 1½in.


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This very rare table is generally in good order. The later lacquer to the ceramic top with scratches and old marks. This ceramic panel is in good order with minor abrasions to the black enamelled decoration - there is also some visible re-touching to this decoration notably around the left side of the male figure. There are some age cracks and patches of timber (which do not detract) to the palmette border. The carved detail to the stem is lovely quality. Some typical old marks and scratches to this rosewood surface. some losses to polish. Chips to feet.


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Probably Sir John Joscelyn Coghill, 4th Baronet (1826–1905)