Aesthetic Movement Bookcase attributed to Bruce Talbert

Aesthetic Movement Bookcase attributed to Bruce Talbert

5,650.00

A Beautiful quality Victorian gothic revival blonde oak glazed bookcase with ebonized shadow tracing by Byth and Sons London. Having refined Gothic arch motifs to the doors and medallions to lower cabinet and labelled by the makers. Excellent example of Aesthetics movement cabinetry. Bruce James Talbert, Providence Sir Neil Hamilton Fairley Circa:1880

Height:255cm Length:109cm Depth:39cm

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Furniture makers Blyth and Sons, James Blyth and his son Duncan Nisbet Blyth, existed from 1830 to 1905.  The firm's shop was located at  5-7 Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, while factories were at Blyth Street and Bethnal Green Road, London, and Henry Street, Liverpool.  The accounts and bill books of the Lord Chamberlain's Department from 1837 to 1887 record that Blyth and Sons provided upholstery to the royal family in 1880 and 1885; see Edward Joy, 'The Royal Victorian Furniture-Makers, 1837-87', The Burlington Magazine, 1969.

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