13 September 2007
A SET OF YEWWOOD LIBRARY STEPS
With four steps joined by ring-turned column-supports, the left support facilitating grip and with ball finial, on bun feet
highest step: 24¾ in. (63 cm.) high; the left column, 44¾ in. (165 cm.) high; 15 in. (38 cm.) wide; 14¼ in. (36 cm.) deep
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A related set of library steps was sold from Wardington Manor Holloway's, Banbury, 6 June 2006, lot 521.
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