London, South Kensington
26 October 2016
AN ENGLISH OAK 'ROMAYNE' HEAD PANEL
18 x 11 in. (46 x 28 cm.)
Syd Levathan, The Longridge Collection, Christie's, London, 3rd November 2011, lot 111.
Jonathan Horne, London, June 1987.
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Two comparable panels are illustrated in Victor Chinnery, Oak Furniture, The British Tradition, Woodbridge, 1979, fig. 4.24
Another similar pair sold in The Rous Lench Collection; Sotheby's, London, 3-4 July 1986, lot 516.
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