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19thc studio easel

S/N:BO091

19th Century

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2019
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A late 19th Century stained pine artist studio easel with crank handle, purported to have belonged to the South African artist James Eddie (1916-2002)
The easel is in good and complete condition, iron shaft and crank handle included, albeit the castors have later been replaced (see photo) by ugly 1950's castors!
Also a slight movement to the base joints (will just need reglueing)
The easel can take very large canvases and its fully extended height is approx 2.60 metres.
Width is 61cm.


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Period: 

19th Century

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Kent
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United Kingdom

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We specialise in French decorative antiques, distressed painted antique furniture, unusual vintage objects for the home as well as for the garden space, a small mix of vintage industrial, and some artwork we feel complements the ‘look’.

Branching Out was first launched 16 years ago from a small corner shop in Harbour Street in the fashionable seaside town of Whitstable, Kent. Within the first year Branching Out moved to larger premises in Tankerton High Street, just a pebbles throw away, due to its instant success amongst local home owners, town visitors and the interior design trade.

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