REPRODUCTION Irish Georgian III style brass bound mahogany peat bucket

REPRODUCTION Irish Georgian III style brass bound mahogany turf, or peat bucket. The tapered swirling moulded sides have polished brass bands and faceted and twist grip loop handles; the interiors are fitted with brass liners.
Circa: Georgian Style
Period: 21st century
Origin: English
Depth: 14 inch Diameter
Height: 17 inches
Stock #: RM24

Price quoted based on inquiry at time due to changing of cost of goods and exchange rate

Additional Information:

Charlecote has the pleasure of working one on one with some of the most talented British cabinetmakers of the 21st century with the purpose of building precise, detail accurate copies of period English & Irish Furniture, creating pieces that are imbued with so high an innate quality that they are essentially indistinguishable from the original period pieces from which they have so faithfully been replicated

Additionally & if you can’t see exactly what you’re looking for from what’s been shown on site, but do find “The Very Thing” shown in the pages of a design magazine, antiques reference book, or a catalogue, we are able to help via the workrooms auto-cad facility which we are happy to build any piece from your drawings. Whether your requirements are period REPRODUCTIONS for the modern day use or something specially designed to fit your daily needs and use, you can be assured of the same peerless craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail.

E-mail us a clear photograph and we will be pleased to issue a quotation to custom-build this on a ‘Special Commission’ basis and to your individual specification per size, finish, configuration, and detailing.

For additional advice and information, or to place an order, then please contact us at anytime. You can use our contact page or just email us at or call us 01-816-444-4622 and we will walk you through this process.

Additional Notes: We are excited that the work rooms are able to work with burr or curl / figured walnut together with mahogany, yew, elm, rosewood, satinwood, oak and various fruitwoods, and runs on into hand painted, ebonized, gilded and chinoiserie finishes to fit the appropriate style and period that you have chosen. Although most of our work involves the precise replication of period pieces, we’re also quite happy to build more contemporary styles such as Biedermeier.

Prices and terms are not shown here, but will be detailed and quoted depending on the nature of your enquiry and requirements.

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