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CIRCA 1760
The shaped rectangular galleried top on a turned triple column support with tripartite base on scrolled downswept legs carved with acanthus leaves terminating in claw and ball feet, on leather casters
31 ½ in. (80 cm.) high; 31 ½ in. wide; 26 in. (66 cm.) deep
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Lot Essay

The tray-top tea table with its scrolled tripartite base has similarities with a table sold by The Earl of Shaftesbury, P.C.,G.C.V.O., Christie's, London, 3 May (to Moss Harris), and almost certainly sold again Sotheby's, New York, 10 October 2010, lot 192 ($74,500 including premium), and with a table at Longford Castle, Wiltshire, illustrated in R. Edwards, Shorter Dictionary of English Furniture, London, 1964, p.530, fig.11. Both of these had circular tops with fret-carved galleries. Another with a triple-cluster column support and similar shaped rectangular top with a baluster gallery was advertised by the dealer Frank Partridge in Connoisseur magazine, July 1916.

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