- Art Funded
- 71 x 150 x 55 cm
- James Brett Antiques
He specialised in fairly plain, well-made pieces in walnut and mahogany, of which this oval table is a prime example. He is a particularly relevant maker for the Geffrye Museum which focuses on middle-class consumption.
?Robert Bradley, 1990s; James Brett Antiques; private collection; James Brett Antiques.
The museum is now closed to undergo a major, transformational development project. It will reopen in spring 2020.
Throughout closure, the Geffrye's restored almshouse will remain open for tours and a full programme of events will be run in the front gardens.