Pair of Window Seats attributed to George Bullock

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Pair of early 19th century neo Etruscan mahogany window seats with scroll arms, and sabre legs, the flat side panels with black banding and inlaid with anthemions and paterae, stylised foliate details, husks and dots. The seats with recent caning and button upholstered squab cushions.
Attributed to George Bullock
England, circa 1810
62 cm high
101 cm wide
42 cm deep
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The vivid inlaid ebonised black inlay seen on the present pair of window seats relates directly to drawings and tracings of ‘Tracings by Thomas Wilkinson from the designs of the late Mr George Bullock 1820′  held at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. George Bullock probably employed Thomas Wilkinson whose designs appear throughout Bullock’s recorded examples of furniture.

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