Anglo-Japanese style ebonised hanging corner cupboard c1875, in manner of Christopher Dresser by Hummerson Bros Leeds.

Anglo-Japanese style ebonised hanging corner cupboard in manner of Christopher Dresser by Hummerson Bros Leeds.

AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT PORCELAIN AND BRASS-MOUNTED WALNUT FALL-FRONT DESK - ATTRIBUTED TO KIMBEL AND CABUS (W. 1862-1882), NEW YORK CITY, 1875-82

AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT PORCELAIN AND BRASS-MOUNTED WALNUT FALL-FRONT DESK - ATTRIBUTED TO KIMBEL AND CABUS (W. 1862-1882), NEW YORK CITY, 1875-82

401: An Anglo-Japanese ebonised tub chair, probably E. : Lot 401

Lot: An Anglo-Japanese ebonised tub chair, probably E., Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Lyon & Turnbull, Auction: Decorative Arts including Christopher Dresser, Date: April 2005 UTC

A French late 19th century 'Japonisme' brass and lacquer mounted cabinet on stand in the manner of Gabriel Viardot

A French late century 'Japonisme' brass and lacquer mounted cabinet on stand in the manner of Gabriel Viardot

Anglo-Japanese Ebonized Table, English Circa 1870

Anglo-Japanese Ebonized Table, English Circa 1870

View this item and discover similar end tables for sale at - Anglo-Japanese ebonized 'Pagoda' table, the rectangular top having shaped corners and curl-up edges above fretted leg supports connected by a pierced

Aesthetic Movement Carved and Ebonized Mirrored Etagere Kimbel Cabus C 1870 | eBay

Aesthetic Movement Carved and Ebonized Mirrored Etagere Kimbel & Cabus c.1870

via BKLYN contessa :: Aesthetic Movement Carved and Ebonized Mirrored Etagere Kimbel Cabus C 1870

Corner Cabinet; 1873-1874  Edward William Godwin  1873-1874 Stained and gilded rosewood, brass locks. Made by Collinson and Lock

Edward William Godwin Stained and gilded rosewood, brass locks. Made by Collinson and Lock Anglo Japanese Victorian

Rare Walnut Desk in the Anglo-Japanese Style Designed by Thomas Jeckyll | 1stdibs.com

For Sale on - A fine and rare walnut desk in the Anglo-Japanese style designed by Thomas Jeckyll and made by Charles Hindley and Sons. “Thomas Jeckyll designed some

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