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A LOMBARD BONE-INLAID WALNUT DRESSING-TABLE, mid-18th Century

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A LOMBARD BONE-INLAID WALNUT DRESSING-TABLE, mid-18th Century

Inlaid overall, including the back, with floral sprays, the rectangular top and moulded edge centred by a figure of horseman flanked by birds, the frieze with a slide, with five variously-sized drawers around a shaped kneehole and on cabriole legs and pointed feet, restorations and repairs to tops of the legs, the front drawer support inscribed in ink Palazzo Barbaro, the top possibly associated
34in. (86.5cm.) wide; 28in. (71cm.) high; 18½in. (47cm.) deep
Provenance
Palazzo Barbaro

Lot Essay

A related top of a console table is illustrated in the Palazzo Barbaro, Venice, in Intérieurs Venetiens, Paris, 1991, p. 40
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