Joseph HAMBLIN, Circular pedestal table with tilting top Enlarge 1 /4
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Joseph HAMBLIN

Speenhamland, Newbury, West Berkshire, England, Great Britain 1820 – Kyneton, Victoria, Australia 1899

  • to Perth, Western Australia, December 1842
  • to Adelaide, South Australia, February 1854
  • to Bendigo, Victoria, 1855
  • to Kynetyon, Victoria, 1857.

Circular pedestal table with tilting top c.1849 Place made: Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Materials & Technique: furniture, tables, jarrah, veneers, brass top: jarrah; pedestal: pine frame with jarrah veneers; tripod base: carved jarrah with brass castors

Dimensions: 75.0 h 135.0 diameter cm
Acknowledgement: The Wordsworth Collection, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, purchased 2010
Accession No: NGA 2010.968.A-C
Subject: Collection: The Wordsworth collection of Western Australian colonial art, acquired 2010. Australia, Art period: Colonial, Western Australia