7 April 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL FRUITWOOD, CHESTNUT AND INLAID REFECTORY TABLE
LATE 18TH CENTURY
The checked-banded rectangular top centered by a medallion with 'IHS' and heart, each corner with a star, drawers to either end, on turned legs joined by a H-stretcher
30¼ in. (77 cm.) high, 82 in. (208 cm.) wide, 27¼ in. (69 cm.) deep
Bought from Fifty One Antiques, Toronto, Canada, August 1993.
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