23 April 2009
AN EARLY VICTORIAN OAK OCTAGONAL CENTRE TABLE
The moulded top above a pierced Gothic frieze, on an octagonal shaft
with arched panels, on an octagonal base with pierced quatrefoil
frieze, on disc-turned feet and octagonal plinths, with countersunk
28¾ in. (73 cm.) high; 37¼ in. (94.5 cm.) diameter
Anonymous sale, Christie's South Kensington, 19 September 2002, lot 150.
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