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An early George III mahogany library pedestal-desk in the manner of William Vile

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

An early George III mahogany library pedestal-desk in the manner of William Vile, the kneehole frieze in the centre with a drawer on either side flanked by adjustable folio racks, each divided by an acanthus leaf corbel headed by a lion-mask with a brass ring handle, the outer ones being off-set at each corner, the panelled ends with egg and dart moulding - 76in .wide.

ID:  4370

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Gloucestershire

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