15 - 16 January 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
A WALNUT MINIATURE THREE-DRAWER CHEST,
PROBABLY AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY
together with a blue and white porcelain platter, the back marked 'Wistow Hall/Leicestershire/Riley', raised on an associated ebonized stand; also together with a bronze skillet, the handle cast 'T.P.B. Water III'
The chest 11¼in. (29.5cm.) high, 11½in. (29cm.) wide, 5½in. (14cm.) deep; the platter 23in. (58.5cm.) high, 19in. (48cm.) wide, 15¼in. (39cm.) deep; the skillet 6in. (15cm.) high, 15in. (38cm.) long (3)
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