A William IV Canterbury made out of Rosewood with laurel leaf wreaths flanking the 'X' framed dividers, below is a small drawer with two turned handles, all on four turned legs set on brass castors.


Similar to John Claudius Louden’s 1833, Grecian designed Canterbury. A Canterbury was designed to hold sheet music from the 1780s and was considered a symbol of wealth in American homes especially.

Rosewood Canterbury in the manner of J.C. Louden, circa 1830s

  • Height: 42.0cm
    Width: 49.5cm
    Depth: 39.5cm

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The Studio, Donhead St Mary, Berrywood Lane, Wiltshire


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