A SCARCE "BRIGHTON PAVILION" BAMBOO & CANED
China, 19th Century
Very early in 19th century, England's George IV became completely obsessed with Chinese fashion and decor
(Chinoiserie), his passions culminating in the interior and exterior of the "Royal Pavilion" at Brighton.
Many of these rooms featured Chinese "bamboo" furniture - particularly the 162-foot long "Chinese Gallery".
Its spilt-bamboo tables and chairs even influenced British-made hardwood furniture.
For more on the story, and the "romance" behind it,
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M. Ford Creech Antiques specializes in 17th, 18th and early 19th century furniture and accessories.
Each piece is carefully selected in regard to quality, condition and uniqueness. Although our
concentration is predominately British, we also offer a small selection of Continental antique
The decorative arts include ceramics (early Chinese, Chinese esport, early continental and English to 1800);
a good selection of 17th - early 19th British silver, including flatware, hollowware and accessories;
and a small collectin of late 19th / early 20th century tribal rugs.
We also offer paintings by a changing eclectic mix of American and European listed artists,
with emphasis on early 20th century American East and West Coast Painters.
M. Ford Creech Antiques & Fine Arts :
18th Century British Furniture, Silver & Vertu, Ceramics, Glass, Early 20th American Century Paintings
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