7 October 2008
A CREAM-PAINTED, PARCEL-GILT AND VERRE EGLOMISE CONSOLE
20TH CENTURY, THE BASE OF A LATER DATE
Of Louis XV style, with a shaped top and conforming carcase, on cabriole legs with paw feet, inscribed in black paint 'P.D. 28. 9-36' to the underside of the top
34¾ in. (88.5 cm.) high, 65 in. (165 cm.) wide, 26½ in.
[by repute] Rose Cummings.
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