A Victorian satinwood console table attributed to Wright and Mansfield. This satinwood console table has a shaped top inlaid with floral swags centred on a classical urn. The frieze has three disguised drawers and is veneered in harewood with contrasting inlays above a central arch flanked by two small cupboards. Each door has an oval panel painted with a cherub and framed in mahogany. There are six square section tapering legs. English, circa 1880.
A similar table by Wright and Mansfield was exhibited in the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition of 1876 and illustrated in The Art Journal p. 165.
Published – Christopher Payne, ‘British Furniture 1820-1920: The Luxury Market.’ Woodbridge, 2023 p. 321 pl. 6.66 on and JUBILEE pp.106-7