19th Century Pair of Oak Corner Washstands with Minton's Tiles by Maple of London , Circa 1875

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19th century pair of oak corner washstands by Maple of London, in the Aesthetic Movement taste, with Minton's tiles, circa 1875. The galleried splashbacks inlaid with Minton's tiles, each washstand having a variegated marble top. Each having the original "Maple & Co." label to the rear.

Provenance, acquired directly from Royal Holloway University of London, commissioned by Thomas Holloway and opened by Queen Victoria in 1886. Forming part of the last original Founders furniture ever likely to be decommissioned from this fantastic building.

46" tall X 25" wide X 25" deep

117 cm X 63.5 cm X 63.5 cm

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