The underside has 3 labels. Typed label: Property of His Majesty / King George V / (Private Property).Hand written label with the letters B. This table may have been part of a set or collection and, although no photographic evidence, the. Table may have been intended for and displayed in the Chinese Chippendale Room at Buckingham. Palace that Queen Mary created at her private apartment in 1911. Photo: Queen Mary's Chinese Chippendale room at Buckingham Palace 1914.
Queen Mary and Sir Charles Allom of White Allom & Co. Created the Chinese Chippendale Room in 1911. Queen had a passion for collecting Chinese and oriental objects, particularly jade, and the room is decorated in an. Eclectic style: with some pieces that originally furnished the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, objects collected by the. Queen herself, set alongside two eighteenth century Vile cabinets that are still in the Royal Collection.
Wallpaper was specially printed using a pattern from Chinese silk. The Queen had collected objects specifically. Queen Mary may have bought or was given the table when she was the Princess of Wales. Photo: Queen Mary's Chinese Chippendale room at Buckingham Palace c1935.The item "Octagonal Chinese Chippendale Style Mahogany Table with Royal Provenance c. 1900" is in sale since Friday, February 21, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Tables\Victorian (1837-1901)". The seller is "rk151" and is located in Brighton. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.