4 June 2008,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 4,000
GBP 4,000 - GBP 6,000
A 'WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE' PARCEL-GILT AND WALNUT DRAW-LEAF DINING TABLE
By Liberty & Co, Circa 1910
The rectangular crossbanded and parquetry top with carved flowerhead edge above a ripple-moulded frieze, on turned tapering legs with carved palmettes joined by an X-stretcher centred by a finial with urn feet and concealed castors, the underside of the stretcher with a label 'Liberty & Co. Regent Street, London.'
29½ in. (75 cm.) high; 72 in. (183 cm.) wide unextended; 125 in. (317.5 cm.) wide extended; 48 in. (122 cm.) deep
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This unusual model of draw-leaf dining table appears in the Liberty & Co 1912 catalogue decorating a 'William and Mary' interior.
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