London, South Kensington
24 February 2009
A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE
SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY, POSSIBLY BY SEDDON
The rounded rectangular slab top with stiff leaf carved frieze and scroll headed pillar supports on reeded bun feet with recessed castors stamped 'B4376'
29 in. (74 cm.) high; 43 in. (110 cm.) wide; 21 in. (53 cm.) deep
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Although not struck with the maker's name, this table relates to simlar tables stamped Seddon; 'Manufacturers to Her Majesty', see also lot 146 for a simlar design struck Seddon.
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