22 January 2009
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
LATE 18TH CENTURY
The D-shaped crossbanded top above a central frieze drawer, a deep cellaret drawer to the right and two drawers on the left, around a shaped apron with inlaid corner spandrels, on square tapering legs, drawers later baize-lined and with later handles, probably originally with block feet
35½ in. (90 cm.) high; 66½ in. (168 cm.) wide; 31½ in. (80 cm.) deep
Bought from Jeremy Ltd, London, 1986.
Anonymous sale, Christie's, London, 25 November 2004, lot 197.
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