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A GEORGE I MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the moulded rectangular grey-veined white marble top above a bulbous frieze with central shaped apron, on cabriole legs and rounded block feet, the marble with handwritten paper label 5312, the legs with later metal support brackets

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A GEORGE I MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the moulded rectangular grey-veined white marble top above a bulbous frieze with central shaped apron, on cabriole legs and rounded block feet, the marble with handwritten paper label 5312, the legs with later metal support brackets
43in. (109cm.) wide; 30in. (76cm.) high; 24½in. (62cm.) deep

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The table's slender and serpentined legs relate to those on a George I mirror-topped table supplied for Houghton Hall, Norfolk (see M. Jourdain, William Kent, London, 1948, fig. 97)
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