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A REGENCY EBONISED BURR-ELM CENTRE TABLE

AFTER A DESIGN BY CHARLES HEATHCOTE TATHAM, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

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A REGENCY EBONISED BURR-ELM CENTRE TABLE
AFTER A DESIGN BY CHARLES HEATHCOTE TATHAM, EARLY 19TH CENTURY
The rectangular top on shaped, scrolled end supports carved with palmettes and joined by an arched stretcher, on panelled plinths with later castors
29 in. (74 cm.) high; 57 in. (145 cm.) wide; 28½ in. (73 cm.) deep
Provenance
With Norman Adams Ltd, London.
Literature
C.Claxton-Stevens & Stewart Whittington, 18th Century English Furniture The Norman Adams Collection, Woodbridge, 1983, p.360.
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Lot Essay

The table's design evolved from designs from the base of an antique Roman marble seat, with scrolled legs, that was drawn by the architect Charles Heathcote Tatham (d. 1842) and published following his return from Rome in Etchings ... of Ancient Ornamental Architecture, 1799 (pl. 80).

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