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An Anglo-German oak, fruitwood and marquetry chest
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An Anglo-German oak, fruitwood and marquetry chest

19TH CENTURY

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An Anglo-German oak, fruitwood and marquetry chest
19th Century
The rectangular hinged top inlaid with mahogany panels, opening to a plain interior with a small open compartment, the front inlaid with three rectangular marquetry panels centred by a palace and surrounded by a featherbanded and star-motif panel, the sides inlaid with a lozenge rectangular panel, on ball feet, restorations
49.5cm. high x 79cm. wide x 46cm. deep
Special Notice

Christie's charges a Buyer's premium calculated at 20.825% of the hammer price for each lot with a value up to €90,000. If the hammer price of a lot exceeds €90,000 then the premium for the lot is calculated at 20.825% of the first €90,000 plus 11.9% of any amount in excess of €90,000. Buyer's Premium is calculated on this basis for each lot individually.
Sale Room Notice
Please note that this chest should be dated 19th Century with marquetry panels from the second half 16th/first half 17th Century.

Lot Essay

The Dr Bodo Slingenberg Collection, in these Rooms, 29 March 2001, lot 541.
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