London, South Kensington
27 November 2007
A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD PIETRA DURA AND SPECIMEN MARBLE CENTRE TABLE
SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY
The top centered by a pair of perching birds in a surround of radiating segments and with a border of coloured marble specimens, with a beaded frieze and a turned cabochon-carved pedestal on a tricon base and scrolled paw feet with inset castors.
29in (74cm.) high; 28½ in. (73cm.) diameter
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Please note this lot has a revised estimate of 4000-6000 GBP.
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