George Bullock Breakfront Rosewood and Brass Inlaid Side Cabinet


A fine early 19th-century Grecian revival side cabinet in the manner of George Bullock, two glazed central doors flanked by cupboards with inlaid marquetry panels of foliate floral detail the frieze above picked out with turned wooden roundels and a raised superstructure above with brass inlay.
Height 132cm
Width 145cm
Depth 42cm


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The design for the marquetry is among a collection of tracings that were originally bound in a scrapbook inscribed Tracings by Thomas Wilkinson from the designs of the late Mr George Bullock 1820, which is now at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Thomas Wilkinson may have worked for Bullock, which would explain his access to the original designs. The popularity of Bullock’s designs meant that his work was widely imitated and it is possible that the tracings were used for this purpose.

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