17 November 2016
A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY, HAREWOOD AND TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY DEMI-LUNE SIDE TABLE
LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY
The top inlaid with a fan motif with a ribboned and foliate entwined border above a frieze drawer on square tapering legs, on gilt-metal ball feet, with an ivorine label printed 'B.ALTMAN & CO. NEW YORK' ; possibly relaid
33 ½ in. (85 cm.) high; 61.3/4 in. (157 cm.) wide; 21 ¾ in. (55 cm.) deep
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Almost identical tables were sold anonymously Christie's, London, 13 November 2014, lot 222 (£8,125 including premium) and 19 November 2015, lot 711 (£13,750 including premium).
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