11 September 2008
A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND EBONISED-INLAID SERVING TABLE
EARLY 19TH CENTURY
The breakfront D-shaped top with reeded edge above two frieze drawers, one with central panel, the drawers with ebonised-inlaid scrolled decoration, the sides conformingly decorated, on turned and tapering reeded legs, one drawer with remains of printed label, '...sweeping TURKEY CARPETS attention should ...', the back rail with chalk inscription '39'
36 in. (92 cm.) high; 72 in. (183 cm.) wide; 29¼ in. (74.5 cm.) deep
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