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    Sale 12186

    Important American Furniture, Silver, Outsider and Folk Art

    20 September 2016, New York, Rockefeller Plaza

  • Lot 893

    A RENAISSANCE REVIVAL PARCEL-GILT, LEATHER-MOUNTED, BRASS AND MARQUETRY INLAID ROSEWOOD SERVER

    ATTRIBUTED TO POTTIER AND STYMUS (1859-1910), NEW YORK, CIRCA 1870

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    A RENAISSANCE REVIVAL PARCEL-GILT, LEATHER-MOUNTED, BRASS AND MARQUETRY INLAID ROSEWOOD SERVER
    ATTRIBUTED TO POTTIER AND STYMUS (1859-1910), NEW YORK, CIRCA 1870
    the doors open to an interior with adjustable shelves, marked 38752 on inside back edge of center door
    47 in. high, 65 in. wide, 20 in. deep


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    Provenance

    Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, 1991
    Stingray Hornsby, Watertown, Connecticut, December 1991


    Pre-Lot Text

    PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN COLLECTOR