A Dutch bone, brass and metal-inlaid thuya and ebonised tilt-top table
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A Dutch bone, brass and metal-inlaid thuya and ebonised tilt-top table

CIRCA 1860

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A Dutch bone, brass and metal-inlaid thuya and ebonised tilt-top table
CIRCA 1860
The oval top within a ribbon-tied laurel leaf frame centred by William II King of Holland and inscribed WILLEM II BIJ WATERLOO
94 cm. high x 54 cm. wide x 44 cm. deep
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Lot Essay

King William II of The Netherlands was born in 1792. In 1811 he became aide de camp to the Duke of Wellington. In 1815 William II commanded the combined Belgian and Dutch troops at Waterloo. William became King in 1840 and died in 1849.
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