22 November 2007
THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD TABLE
THIRD QUARTER 18TH CENTURY
The circular moulded tilt-top with brass-inlaid baluster gallery, above a birdcage mechanism, on a turned baluster shaft with spirally-fluted stem, on cabriole legs and pointed pad feet, repairs to the gallery
29¼ in. (74.5 cm.) high; 27½ in. (70 cm.) diameter
Anonymous sale, Christie's, London, 28 November 2002, lot 136.
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An almost identical tripod table was sold anonymously, in these Rooms, 5 December 1991, lot 213.
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