21 - 22 October 2010
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY HANGING SHELF
The scrolled supports joining three shelves above three mahogany-lined drawers, one with printed label PULL COURT, one fretwork side replaced
31 in. (78.5 cm.) high, 33½ in. (85 cm.) wide, 6¾ in. (17.5 cm.) deep (2)
Pull Court, Worcestershire [according to label].
With Kirk Igler Inc., New York.
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Pull Court, Bushley, Worcestershire was built by Canon C.E Dowdeswell from 1836-9 on the site of an earlier building.
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