14 October 2009
AN IRISH GEORGE II MAHOGANY SERVING-TABLE
The shaped top pierced with quartrefoils over a fluted and paterae-carved frieze on molded legs with guttae feet
37½ in. (95 cm.) high, 54 in. (137 cm.) wide, 25¼ in. (57 cm.) deep
with Arthur S. Vernay, New York, 1940 (illustrated in the catalogue for sale, October 1940, no. 96).
Bought from Johnston Antiques, Dublin, in 1995.
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F.L. Hinckley, A Directory of Queen Anne, Early Georgian and Chippendale Furniture Establishing the Preeminence of the Dublin Craftsmen, New York, 1971, fig. 394.
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