7 May 2008,
Price realised GBP 1,750
GBP 500 - GBP 800
A SCOTTISH GEORGE IV MAHOGANY TWO-DRAWER DRESSING TABLE
CIRCA 1815, POSSIBLY BY MORISON OF AYR
Three quarter gallery and two drawers with 19th Century hand written inventory manuscript 'For bedroom No. 6'
37 in. (94.7 cm.) high; 39½ in. ( 94.7 cm.) wide; 20¼ in. (51.4 cm.) deep
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The distinctive Scottish 'honey-pot' baluster turning is characteristic of James and Mathew Morison's work for Sir David Hunter-Blair at Blairquhan around 1820.
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