Stock no: 700 048

A good early 19th century William IV rosewood adjustable reading table by Taprell Holland & son – fitted with a concealed drawer on carved stylised tulip supports. Taprell Holland & son stamp to underside of mahogany lined drawer “19 Marylebone St. St James . London” The lecturn slope adjustable height and angle by two wooden ratchets. Circa 1835

27”w x 29”h x 18”d

69cm w x 74cm h x 46cm d

In 1843 William Holland took over the firm of Taprell & Holland and changed the name to Holland and Sons, who in that year were recorded as cabinet makers and upholsterers at 19 Marylebone Street with a manufactory at 38 Broad Street, Golden Square. The name was amended in 1845 to William Holland & Sons (recorded in the Post Office Directory of that year as cabinet makers & upholsterers). The firm became one of the most successful furniture makers of the late nineteenth / early twentieth centuries.

circa 1835
































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