4 June 2009
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY ARCHITECT'S TABLE
LATE 18TH CENTURY
The rectangular moulded double-ratcheted rising top above two simulated drawers and one drawer, each end with a drawer, on square fluted tapering legs headed by pierced angle-brackets, on block feet with brass castors, one drawer with fragmentary label printed 'G. Troll', the legs originally with additional mouldings, one angle bracket original, the end drawers previously with divisions; with the invoice from M. Harris & Sons
32 in. (81 cm.) high; 31¼ in. (79.5 cm.) wide; 20½ in. (52 cm.) deep
Bought from M. Harris & Sons, 44-52 New Oxford Street, 23 May 1945 for £45 by A. C. Loader, Esq.
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