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A GEORGE III MAHOGANY KETTLE STAND
Circa 1760
The slightly serpentine galleried top on three-part stem continuing to downscrolled legs and carved with foliate clasp on diapered ground, two sides to gallery replaced
22½in. (57cm.) high, 12in. (30cm.) diameter of top

Lot Essay

The table's George II picturesque design, with open-fretted pillar, Roman acanthus cartouches and tripod claw with involuted feet relates to patterns for 'Tea Kettle Stands' issued in Ince and Mayhew's Universal System of Household Furniture, 1762, plate XIV.
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