8 July 2009,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 8,750
GBP 5,000 - GBP 8,000
A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD CIRCULAR CENTRE TABLE
CIRCA 1875, THE DESIGN ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD WILLIAM GODWIN (1833-1886), PROBABLY FOR WILLIAM WATT, MANUFACTURED BY W. WALKER & SONS
On ring turned legs joined by conforming stretchers, the lower structure in the form of a ship's wheel, the underside with applied metal label 'W. Walker & Sons, Cabinet Manufacturers, 119 Bunhill Row, London E.C.'
30¾ in. (78 cm.) high; 42¼ (107.5 cm.) diameter
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A similar ebonised table was offered at The Best of British, The Selling Exhibition, Paul Reeves and Sotheby's London, 14-20 March 2008, PR31.
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