5 June 2008
A WILLIAM AND MARY OYSTER-VENEERED, OLIVEWOOD AND LABURNUM MARQUETRY SIDE TABLE
The rectangular panelled top inlaid with quatrefoils and interlaced scrolls, above a frieze drawer, on ash spirally-turned baluster legs joined by shaped stretchers and terminating in ball feet, the engraved brass handles replaced, restorations and replacements to the oyster veneer
28¼ in. (72 cm.) high; 34¼ in. (87 cm.) wide; 24 in. (61 cm.) deep
Bought from Devenish & Co., New York, 1998.
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