Regency Period Anglo-Indian Rosewood adjustable Duet Music Stand

Regency Period Anglo-Indian Rosewood adjustable Duet Music Stand
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Regency Period Anglo-Indian Rosewood adjustable Duet Music Stand

India
Circa 1830
The music stand is inspired by English furniture of the first quarter of the nineteeth century, very possibly adapted from the designs of the published works of George Smith's Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Guide (1826).
H 113.00cm (44.49 inches) W 53.50cm (21.06 inches) D 43.00cm (16.93 inches)
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Stock No: F254

Condition

Lightly cleaned the brass. Waxed and revived the Rosewood.

Literature

Furniture From British India And Ceylon by Amin Jaffer. Published by the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Provenance

Similar examples of this type of furniture can be found at Temple Newsam House, Leeds (Gilbert, 1978,II,p.491).
Another example of this type is in Clarence House, London. Formerly HM the Queen Mother's collection.
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