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A LOUIS XV TULIPWOOD, SYCAMORE AND FLORAL MARQUETRY TABLE EN CHIFFONIERE,
BY CHRISTOPHE WOLFF, CIRCA 1755,
stamped C*WOLFF JME, inscribed in red with museum accession numbers, with French & Company number 34496
27¾in. (70.5cm.) high, 11¾in. (30cm.) wide, 9½in. (24cm.) deep
[Probably] Henry Symons, London.
With French & Company, New York (bought from Symons on 27 February 1932).
Sold to Grace Rainey Rogers, 27 February 1932.
Gift of Grace Rainey Rogers, New York, 1942.
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The Cleveland Museum of Art, Bulletin, pp. 47-66, April, 1942.
Christophe Wolff, maître in 1755.
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