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    Sale 5971

    An English Look - Robert Kime, Piers von Westenholz, David Bedale and James Graham-Stewart

    8 July 2009, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 464

    AN EARLY VICTORIAN SPECIMEN MARBLE, BEECH AND WALNUT CENTRE TABLE

    THE BASE CIRCA 1840, IN THE MANNER OF A.W.N. PUGIN, THE TOP 19TH CENTURY

    Price Realised  

    AN EARLY VICTORIAN SPECIMEN MARBLE, BEECH AND WALNUT CENTRE TABLE
    THE BASE CIRCA 1840, IN THE MANNER OF A.W.N. PUGIN, THE TOP 19TH CENTURY
    The circular associated top inset with specimen marbles, depicting a horse, on a faceted tripartite base
    28 in. (71 cm.) high; 23½ in. (59.5 cm.) diameter


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    Thomas Tutton-Knyfton, purchased Uphill Manor in 1853. He employed J.G. Crace to remodel the drawing room, octagonal hall and tower in the 'High-Gothic' style.

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    Provenance

    The Graves-Knyfton family, Uphill Manor, Weston-super-Mare, Avon, until sold Greenslade Hunt house sale, 10-11 December 1992.