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Thomas Sheraton Antique Furniture 1751-1806

Thomas Sheraton is world renowned, his artistic style instrumental in forming fashionable taste in English furniture design and consequently, his style of furniture is highly valued in any collection. Delicate chairs of shield back form, light inlays, sections of low relief carving all combine to form a dedicated move away from the earlier, heavier work of Thomas Chippendale. What is most interesting however about Thomas Sheraton is that there is only one piece of furniture that is attributable to him. A glass fronted bookcase of upright form, the inside of one drawer stamped T.S. Sheraton. Thomas Sheraton was famous not for his furniture that he produced but for his treatise on furniture. His pattern books that, in the same vane as Thomas Chippendale’s Director and Mayhew and Ince’s “Universal System of Household furniture” unleashed his style on the manufacturers of the country and ended up in the library of many of the great houses of England.
  - A GEORGE III DOUBLE-SIDED ROSEWOOD WRITING TABLE
  - A GEORGE III SATINWOOD WRITING TABLE BY JAMES BAILLIE
  - A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE
  - A PAIR OF GEORGE III ROSEWOOD CARD TABLES
  - A GEORGE III SATINWOOD SOFA TABLE
  - A GEORGE III SATINWOOD DRUM TABLE CROSS BANDED IN TULIPWOOD
  - A GEORGE III MAHOGANY OVAL BREAKFAST TABLE
  - A GEORGE III SATINWOOD CHEST OF DRAWERS
  - A SET OF TEN GEORGE III MAHOGANY OPEN ARMCHAIRS
  - A PAIR OF GEORGE III CARVED GILTWOOD GIRANDOLES