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A good quality solid mahogany William IV whatnot, circa 1835. Made from very fine timber with tulip-shaped columns and a cushion moulded base. Standing on finely turned legs with brass castors stamped Cope and Collinson. Below is a makers label which was introduced by John Kendell & co after 1830, it includes both the serial number and the cabinet makers name. J.Kendell and co are known for commissions by stately homes such as Harewood house.



Height : 100 cm

Width : 62 cm

Depth : 38 cm

Mahogany Whatnot/Dumb Waiter by J. Kendell & Co

SKU: 492
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