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AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE
AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE

STAMPED THOMAS MASH

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AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE
Stamped Thomas Mash
The moulded rectangular cross-banded top with black simulated leather writing-surface, above three drawers to the front and three to the reverse, on lotus-capped and reeded tapering legs and brass castors, two drawer fronts stamped 'THOMAS MASH 102 WARDOUR ST' one drawer lacking lock and key-hole, with four later turned caps to increase the height by 3/4 in.
28 in. (72 cm.) high; 79 in. (201 cm.) wide; 47 in. (120.5 cm.) deep

Lot Essay

The firm of Thomas Mash are recorded as upholsterers and furniture brokers 1829-1839 and were based at 102 Wardour Street, Soho, London. Identical stamps have been recorded on an early 19th Century mahogany secretaire-bookcase, sold anonymously in these Rooms, 27 November 1969, lot 145, and on a Regency mahogany breakfast-table, which sold anonymously in these Rooms, 7 April 1983, lot 73 (The Dictionary of English Furniture Makers 1600-1840, Leeds, 1986, pp. 582 and 583).
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