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A fine occasional table attributed to Collinson & Lock. In coromandel the table stands on Cope patent castors with shaped and turned legs united by a cross stretched all finely inlaid. The with a banding of burl Amboina, boxwood, ebony and ivory stringing and at the corners inlaid ivory anthemions. A superb quality piece in very good and original condition. 660mm high and 630mm diameter. English. Circa 1880. 

Collinson and Lock

London; furniture makers, upholsterers, decorators and retailers (fl.1870-1897)

Francis (Frank) Weightman Collinson (1836-1918) and George James Sheridan Lock (1846-1900) were employees of the firm of Jackson and Graham, Oxford Street, London, but left in the 1860s to work for Herring and Company, 109 Fleet Street. They acquired this business in 1870 and turned it into a partnership, advertising as ‘Collinson and Lock (late Herring) Est. 1782.

A Fine Occasional Table Attributed To Collinson & Lock

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