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A George I giltwood centre-table

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George I giltwood centre-table, attributed to James Moore, with rectangular top, the frieze with shaped apron panels carved with shell medallions, strapwork and foliage in relief, the baluster legs and feet with four scroll section in high relief and united by a waved H-shaped stretcher, the black scagliola top finely decorated in colours with an oval wreath with berried laurel sprays, shell medallions, scrolling foliage and trailing ivy - 38in wide.

ID:  7143

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Kent