25 April 2008
The Property of a Private Collector
A MAHOGANY TEA-TABLE
In the George II style, of rectangular form with bowed sides and lobed corners, with a pierced gallery with a feather-banded top border, with a gadroon-molded frieze, on square tapering legs joined by molded S-curve stretchers with a lidded gadrooned vase finial to the center, replacement to gallery
31½ in. (80 cm.) high, 35 in. (89 cm.) wide, 25 in. (63.5 cm.) deep
Charles C. and Amy Paterson; Christie's, New York, 20 April 1985, lot 103.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 9 July 1992, lot 83.
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