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A pair of mahogany side tables

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1770)

Description: 

A pair of mahogany side tables, George III, circa 1770, after the design by Thomas Chippendale, the rectangular tops inset with porphyry panels within gilt brass borders and with leaf carved and rose and ribbon moulded edge, the frieze carved with blind fret decoration and centred by acanthus and scrolled spray above an egg and dart moulding on squared angled legs re-carved and with scrolled brackets on block feet, 2ft. 9in. high by 4ft. 1 1/4in. wide.

ID:  114898

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Wiltshire

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