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    Sale 7812

    Belgravia and Lake Geneva - Two European Collections

    14 May 2009, London, King Street

  • Lot 99

    A PAIR OF 'KENTIAN' PINE PEDESTALS

    PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY

    Price Realised  

    A PAIR OF 'KENTIAN' PINE PEDESTALS
    PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY
    Each with a lion mask suspending a ribbon-tied acorn-leaf trail, above the tapering fluted column, previously decorated, variations in carving
    51½ in. (131 cm.) high; 12 in. (30.5 cm.) square (2)


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    A pair of related George III painted pedestals which may have formed part of the furnishings of Duddingstone House, Midlothian, built by Sir William Chambers between 1763 and 1768, was sold by a Nobleman, Christie's King Street, 15 November 1990, lot 85.

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