Pair of Console Tables and Pier Glasses

Vile, William and Cobb, John


The Royal cabinet-makers, William Vile and John Cobb, Long Acre, London, invoiced this pair of console tables and pier glasses to the Earl of Coventry on 6th December, 1761.

Made from pine,  painted white and gilt, this pair of console tables and mirror plates was commissioned by the Earl of Coventry for the saloon at Croome Court, Worcestershire.  The mirror plates are set  in oval frames, H. 244, W. 137.  The  console tables have Breccia Corallina marble tops resting on cabriole legs, H. 89, W. 152.  They were bought with the aid of a contribution from the LACF in 1974.


Furniture: Mirror Plates

William Vile

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