February Newsletter from Mallett


MALLETT


Welcome to the February newsletter from Mallett.

We began this month with a successful time at the American International Fine Art Fair, with the display of both contemporary and antique items on the Mallett stand credited as showing 'the true potential in decorating with different eras' (Blouin Art Info).

We will also be at the Palm Beach Show 15th-19th February, more details on this and TEFAF below.

We hope you enjoy our latest selection of acquisitions in this newsletter and the pieces that we will be presenting in the coming months in London, New York and at the fairs.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require any further details on any pieces below or online.

Giles Hutchinson Smith
Chief Executive


RECENT ACQUISITIONS
 
Serving Tables

A Pair of Irish Mahogany Serving Tables

A pair of large-scale early 19th century carved mahogany serving tables, attributed to Gillingtons.

Both tables have a gadrooned edge, with acanthus leaf scroll carved knees and paw feet. The triangular pedimented backs are carved with palmette motifs.


The Gillington brothers, George and Samuel, are recorded at various addresses and in various partnerships in Dublin, 1815 to 1838.

The serving table is photographed in the Grey Room at Ely House with a Chinoiserie Panel and a rare pair of late 19th century
Venetian Candelabra.

Tables: Ireland, c.1825

 

 

 

A George III Mahogany Tripod Table

A George III mahogany circular tripod table.  The tilt-top is of exceptional colour and well-figured mahogany, with a finely carved pie-crust border.

The upper part of the turned baluster stem is fluted and the base is carved with acanthus. Raised on a tripod base, the supports are carved at the knees with further acanthus decoration, ending in attenuated ball and claw feet.


England, c. 1760

 
Tripod Table
 
Convex Mirrors
A Pair of Regency Period Convex Mirrors

A very fine pair of Regency period giltwood and ebonised convex mirrors, with the trade label for Thomas Fentham on the reverse.

The crestings are formed of perching eagles, with strings of pearls and tassels in their beaks. The original convex plates are in frames of carved giltwood with carved acanthus decoration issuing top and bottom. They are flanked by candles sconces with cut glass and machined brass holders.

England, c. 1815




A Pair of Art Deco Table Lamps

An unusual pair of art deco futuristic tube table lamps.

Made of opaline glass with collars of engraved polished brass. The framework of stepped brass tapers to a pointed finial spire, and the lamps stand on a hexagonal base with further engraved circles.


North America, c.1930


 



 

Art Deco Lamps

LATEST NEWS
 
 

AIFAF

Pictured right, an alcove of the Mallett stand at the American International Fine Art Fair, now in its 17th year.

We look forward to welcoming new and familiar faces to our second week in Palm Beach. See below for more details.


For more photos, please see our album on Facebook
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AIFAF

 
 
Meta: 'The Best of Design 2012'

We are very pleased to announce that Meta's Ammonite, designed by Noe Duchaufour Lawrance, had its American launch last week, to a great reception. The piece will also be shown at this week's Palm Beach Show.

Ammonite has also featured as an on-trend piece in Architectural Digest's review of 'The Best of Design 2012'.
Meta


EVENTS
 
PALM BEACH SHOW
15th – 19th February 2013
TEFAF MAASTRICHT
15th - 24th March 2013
We will be at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show over the President’s Day Weekend, stand 342/443. Please contact Mallett New York for further details or visit the Palm Beach website: www.palmbeachshow.com
We will be at stand 180 at the world’s leading fine art and antiques fair, TEFAF Maastricht. For more details on the fair, please visit the TEFAF website, or contact our London team via the website or email.
   
Card Tables

RECENT SALES

A Pair of Queen Anne Card Tables

A rare pair of early 18th century Queen Anne card tables.

The shaped tops have a herringbone inlay and cross banded border opening to reveal a suede playing surface above a shaped frieze. The tapering legs have serpentine shaped ears at the front and end in pad feet.

Provenance: Melplash Court, first built in 1350 and modelled into a great country manor in the early 17th century by the Paulet family.
 
LONDON
MALLETT Ely House, 37 Dover Street, London, W1S 4NJ, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)20 7499 7411
 
NEW YORK
MALLETT Inc. 929 Madison Avenue at 74th, New York, NY 10021, United States of America
Tel: +1 212 249 8783
 
 
 





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