London, South Kensington
27 November 2007
A NAPOLEON III ORMOLU MOUNTED, KINGWOOD AND PARQUETRY VITRINE
LATE 19TH CENTURY
With a rouge griotte marble top and a concave moulded pediment above a glazed foliate mounted door, the lower parquetry panel mounted with a mask centred foliate and strapwork cartouche supporting a flower filled urn, the rounded angles with scrolled foliate clasps and the curved sides with further foliate and mask mounts on foliate cabriole legs with scrolled feet
68in. (173cm.) high; 45in. (115cm.) wide; 16in. (41cm.) deep
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Please note the measurement should read 45in. (115cm.) wide.
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