THREE REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY CANTERBURY'S A REGENCY ROSEWOOD CANTERBURY An early 19th century rosewood Canterbury, having three divisions and four turned tapering column corners above a frieze with a single drawer with later brass ring handles; on four turned tapering reeded legs with gadrooned collars, terminating in brass castors. English, circa 1815 Height: 20 ¾ in; 53 cm Width: 18 in; 45.5 cm Depth: 12 in; 30.5 cm A REGENCY MAHOGANY CANTERBURY An early 19th century mahogany Canterbury, having three bowed divisions with central carrying handle, on upright supports above two drawers with later brass knobs; on baluster turned feet terminating in brass castors. English, circa 1820 Height: 23 ¼ in; 59 cm Width: 19 ¾ in; 50.5 cm Depth: 14 ¾ in; 37.5 cm A REGENCY ROSEWOOD CANTERBURY An early 19th century rosewood Canterbury of lyre shaped form, having three shaped divisions on upright support joined to turned side rails and scrolled supports with fan carving to the front, and having a single drawer to the frieze below, with 19th century replaced lion mask handles and dummy drawer to the reverse, terminating in tapering square splay feet with scroll tops and brass cap castors. English, circa 1820 Height: 23 in; 58.5 cm Width: 20 ¾ in; 53 cm Depth: 15 in; 38 cm Provenance: H. C. Baxter and Sons, London. Illustrated: ‘Grosvenor House Handbook’, London, 2009, p.59. Exhibited: ‘Grosvenor House Art and Antiques Fair’, 2009.