|Title||[Inlaid Sideboard design]|
|Collection||Central Saint Martins Museum and Study Collection|
|Id Number Current Accession||F.69.15|
|Id Number Current Repository||1267|
|Location Creation Site||London (Probably at 111 Inverness Terrace)|
|Subject||Architecture;Drwaing / Sketch;Lethaby;William Richard;|
|Measurements Dimensions||258 x 356 mm|
|Material||Pencil on paper|
|Notes||This design was executed by A. Mason in 1906. See also F.69.4 and F.69.5 (the second for a similar pattern by Lethaby).|
|Object Notes||Design executed by A. Mason 1906. The pattern for the inlay is very similar to the pattern designed by Lethaby for the Melsetter House sideboard (see F.69.5 verso). This drawing (F.69.15) shows a sketched perspective view with ornaments and lightly sketched panels (wall) behind the sideboard.Three drawers with a shelf below.|
|Relation Exhibition||W R Lethaby 1857-1931: architecture, design and education, London, Central School of Arts and Crafts|
|Relation References||Sale catalogue: Christies. 29 October 1991.
Exhibition: W R Lethaby 1857-1931: architecture, design and education, Backemeyer;Sylvia;Gronberg;Theresa; ed. Lund Humphries Publishers. 22 October-17 November 1984.
|Rights||University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins Museum and Study Collection|
|Source||Christie´s; A.B. Waters CBE|
|Work Type||Fine Art|