7 April 2009
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A REGENCY BRASS-MOUNTED ROSEWOOD AND SATINWOOD-BANDED BREAKFAST-TABLE
EARLY 19TH CENTURY AND ALTERED
The circular top tilting above columnar supports, on outswept feet with brass paw casters, with paper label to top of stem printed 'G.W. RICHARDSON & SON AUBURN, N.Y. ESTABLISHED 1812.'
27½ in. (70 cm.) high, 47 in. (119.5 cm.) diameter
Bought from Lorenz Antiques, Toronto, Canada, April 1992.
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