7 May 2008,
Price realised GBP 2,250
GBP 600 - GBP 900
A LATE REGENCY MAHOGANY LUGGAGE STAND
CIRCA 1820, POSSIBLY BY MORISON OF AYR
17¼ in. (43.8 cm.) high; 29¾ in. (76 cm.) wide; 17¾ in. (45.5 cm.) deep
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The distinctive Scottish 'honey-pot' baluster turning is characteristic of James and Mathew Morison's work for Sir David Hunter-Blair at Blairquhan around 1820.
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Probably acquired by Sir John Gladstone for Seaforth House, Liverpool.
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