7 April 2009
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A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY, SATINWOOD AND MARQUETRY DEMI-LUNE PIER TABLES
LATE 18TH CENTURY, LATER EMBELLISHED
The satinwood-crossbanded top centered by a shell-inlaid half-oval, above a plain line-inlaid freeze, on square tapering legs with satinwood cuffs, one inscribed in pencil to underside '131,' the other in white chalk 'D 94.28 2 PP' and in pencil '22½'
32½ in. (82.5 cm.) high, 52 in. (132 cm.) wide, 22 3/8 in. (57 cm.) deep (2)
Bought from Lorenz Antiques, Toronto, Canada, August 1993.
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