by Lamb of Manchester, 1880s.
85a. Cabinet 1880s mahogany carved gilded and inlaid with tropical woods, the interior with original leather etc. 41 3/4 x 78 x 19 inches (106 x 198 x 48.3 cm) Provenance: 85a-85f are from the collection of Jacob and Rebecca Tabbush, and by descent
85b. Centre table, 1880s ebonised and gilt mahogany, with grey and white marble veneer top 30'/2 inches height 39'/2 inches diameter (77.5 x 100.3 cm)
85c. Sofa, 1880s ebonised carved, incised and gilded mahogany, inlaid with burr wood 24 1/2 x 62 x 27 inches (62.2 x 158.2 x 68.6 cm)
85d.Pair of Side Chairs, 1880s ebonised incised carved and gilded mahogany inlaid with burr wood underside of each seat rail stamped: "LAMB 34529 MANCHESTER" 33 1/2 inches (85.1 cm) high
85e. Pair of Armchairs, 1880s ebonised incised carved and gilded mahogany inlaid with burr wood 31 inches (78.7 cm) high
85f Nursing Chair, 1880s ebonised incised carved and gilded mahogany inlaid with burr wood 28'/2 inches (72.4 cm) high
85g. Armchair, 1880s ebonised incised carved and gilded mahogany inlaid with burr wood 28 1/2 inches (72.4 cm) high
86. Card Table. circa 1880 ebonised carved and inlaid mahogany with satin burr wood veneer and metal mounts. Opening to original leather games table Stamped "LAMB MANCHESTER" 29 1/2 x 38 x 20 inches (75 x 96.5 x 51 cm)
The Fine Art Society Story. Part I. London: The Fine Art Society, 2001. Catalogue numbers 85a-g, 86.
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