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19th Century Rare Anglo-Indian Burmese Teak Jardinière.

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19th Century Rare Anglo-Indian Burmese Teak Jardinière.

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A most unusual Anglo-Indian jardiniere, font or wine cooler made from Burmese teak.

Bearing similarities to a mahogany example from the Art Institute of Chicago, described as An exceptional George II Carved Mahogany Jardiniere, circa 1755.

Literature: Great English Furniture by Lanto Synge, page 112, plate 125. London 1991.

Circa 1860

Height: 31 inch (79 cm)
External width of bowl: 18 inch (46 cm)
Width at foot: 23.5 inch (60 cm) Bowl internal height: 5.5” (14cm) diameter: 13.75” (35cm)

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