29 - 30 November 2012
A GEORGE III BRASS-MOUNTED MAHOGANY TWO-TIER DUMBWAITER
POSSIBLY IRISH, CIRCA 1800
With pierced gallery supported by bamboo-turned columns on a knopped baluster standard
38¼ in. (97 cm.) high, 23¼ in. (60 cm.) diameter
Comte and Comtesse André de Limur, Washington, D.C., acquired in the 1930's.
Comte and Comtesse Charles de Limur, San Francisco (by descent from the above, circa 1969).
By descent from the above to the present owners.
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