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Cabinet

Description

Ebonised and penworked cabinet, with upper and lower section, decorated with figures of Amor, Mors, Fama and Fortuna, Greek masks, and urns, designed by Daniel Cottier, made by Cottier and Co.: London, 1870 - 1880

Museum reference

K.2001.593

Collection

Decorative and Applied Art

Object name

Cabinet

Production information

Cottier and Company, 1869 - 1912, Manufacturer
London, England, EUROPE
Cottier, Daniel, 1838 - 1891, Designer
London, England, EUROPE
Thomas Elsley Ltd, 1878 - 1887 (fl.), Locksmith
London, England, EUROPE

Date

1870 - 1880

Materials

Ash, Pine, Sycamore wood, Iron, Steel, Brass

Physical description

Ash, pine, sycamore, iron, steel, brass

Associations

Port Huron, Michigan, USA, North America
New York City, New York, USA, North America
Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, EUROPE

Exhibitions

  • Discoveries Redisplay, 2015

  • Discoveries (29 Jul 2011 - 2016)
    National Museum of Scotland

References

Max Donnelly, Daniel Cottier, Pioneer of Aestheticism, The Deocrative Arts Society Journal (23) 1999, p.48, fig. 18 a

Max Donnelly, Cottier and Company, Art Furniture Makers, The Magazine Antiques, June 2001, pp. 916 - 925, pl. III

On display

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