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Located 2015 in the Picture Gallery of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. Pair of neo-classical Boulle cabinets by Pierre Garnier c. 1770. Pair of rectangular oak cabinets veneered with ebony & boulle marquetry in brass, pewter & tortoise shell & decorated with elaborate Gilt bronze mounts. Has 2 small and 1 long drawer along frieze above two inset doors. Gilt bronze frieze extends around front & sides. Bought by King George IV (1762-1830) UK in 1819, Uncle of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

Located 2015 in the Picture Gallery of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. 1 of 2 pins of Pair of bottle shape vases are of celadon porcelain made in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China. Vases enameled in sea green & decorated with butterflies & trailing vines. Gilt bronze mounts as ewers, with river god heads, swan necks, the badge of the French Order of the St Esprit & claw feet. Bought by King George IV (1762-1830) UK in 1827, Uncle of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

Located 2015 in the Picture Gallery of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. Pair of Lac Burgeauté bottle-shaped Vases made in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, China. The vases are Porcelain encrusted with Mother-of-Pearl set in black lacquer with seascapes with islands & temples fitted with Gilt bronze mounts with rim from which angular handles jut out & descend to meet side of body with male mask. Given to King George IV (1762-1830) UK in 1819, Uncle of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

Located 2015 in the Green Drawing Room of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. 1of 4 pins of Porcelain Pot-pourri vase & cover made by Sèvres porcelain factory in 1758. Bleu lapis & green overlaid with gilded œil-de-perdrix design. Boat-shaped with out-turned feet, sides with stump of bowsprit. Painted with tavern scene in front & posy of flowers on back. Base is an ornate Gilt block. Purchased by George IV (1762-1830) UK, Uncle of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

Located 2015 in the Picture Gallery of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. 1 of a Pair of candelabra made by Thomire & Delcambre. 5-light candelabra of Gilt bronze on base of green marble with Gilt moulding. A draped female figure holds a floral wreath in each hand & a flaming urn on her head. A band around the urn are the 5 candle arms & 3 bearded masks. Bought by King George IV (1762-1830) UK in 1814, Uncle of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

Located 2015 in the Throne Room of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. Gilt & ornate council chair of red velvet, 1 of a pair, made by Tatham, Bailey & Sanders in 1812. Backs shaped like Roman chariots are solid to the ground & elaborately carved, as is the whole. Padded velvet armrests are supported on the wings & heads of 2 carved sphinxes on either side of each chair. Purchased by George IV (1762-1830) UK, Uncle of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

Located 2015 in the Picture Gallery of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. A French bronze portrait bust of the Roman Emperor Vespasian (AD 9-AD 79) wearing armor. The Gilt bronze laurel wreath at the temples & Gilt bronze draperies were separately cast & applied. Sent to King George IV (1762-1830) UK, Uncle of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK in 1828.

Located 2015 in the Picture Gallery of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. 1 of 4 Pins: Tapestry Panels of Bible Scenes from Barberini Tapestry Workshop, Rome. 'The Massacre of the Innocents' after Jacopo Tintoretto, 'The Rest on the Flight into Egypt' after Sebastien Bourdon, 'The Adoration of the Magi', 'Penance Christ in the House of Simon' after Nicolas Poussin & 'The Annunication of the Virgin'. Bought for King George IV (1762-1830) UK, Uncle of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

Located 2015 in the Picture Gallery of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. 1 of a Pair of Pedestals made by Gilles Jouber in 1762. Oak & kingwood with panels of designs of rosewood, ebony & Gilt. Under Gilt cornice are masks of Diana & Apollo. 4 corners of Gilt scroll mounts & sides with Gilt flowers. Front with Gilt musical & art instruments. Base of Gilt scrolls on 4 Gilt lions paw feet. Door in back. Bought by King George IV (1762-1830) UK, Uncle of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) UK.

Armoire, ca. 1710 Attributed to André-Charles Boulle (French, 1642–1732) Tortoiseshell, engraved brass, and ebony on oak; gilt-bronze