2 - 3 April 2013
PROPERTY OF THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART, SOLD TO BENEFIT FUTURE ACQUISITION
This lot is offered without a reserve
A MATCHED PAIR OF GEORGE III INDIAN-ROSEWOOD, SYCAMORE AND MARQUETRY GAMES TABLES,
CIRCA 1775, ONE ADAPTED FROM A PIER TABLE,
the double gate-legs with later casters, one with a label reading C.M.A./TR 1875/2
29in. (74cm.) high, 38½in. (98cm.) wide, 17¾in. (45cm.) deep (2)
With H. Burlingham, New York.
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note that one table probably has a later top.
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