8 November 2007
AN ITALIAN PARCEL-GILT, WHITE-PAINTED AND BURR BIRCH CENTRE TABLE
LATE 19TH CENTURY AND LATER
The circular top with moulded edge above a plain frieze and on supports carved as classical maidens and on turned tapering legs headed by lotus, the top later veneered
30 in. (76 cm.) high; 48½ in. (123 cm.) diam.
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