23 - 24 March 2010
A DUTCH MAHOGANY AND FRUITWOOD MARQUETRY CENTRE TABLE
LATE 18TH CENTURY
Inlaid overall with chequerbanded lines, the circular tray-top centred by a flowerhead medallion, the tripod base with C-shaped legs joined by a circular platform inlaid with a conforming flowerhead, on square feet
75 cm. high x 76 cm. diam.
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Comparable tables were sold Christie's Amsterdam, The Dutch Interior 1600-1830, sale 2430, 29 September 1999, lot 711; 28,000 EURO and lot 712; 22,000 EURO
Comparable tables were sold Christie's Amsterdam, The Dutch Interior 1600-1830, 29 September 1999, lots 711-712 (28,000 and 22,000 Euro).
Christie’s charges a premium to the buyer on the Hammer Price of each lot sold at the following rates: 29.75% of the Hammer Price of each lot up to and including €20,000, plus 23.8% of the Hammer Price between €20,001 and €800.000, plus 14.28% of any amount in excess of €800.000. Buyer’s premium is calculated on the basis of each lot individually.
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