9 June 2009
THE PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE CANADIAN COLLECTOR (LOTS 231-232)
AN ITALIAN POLYCHROME-DECORATED DEMILUNE SIDE TABLE
The associated breccia nuvolata gialla marble top above a frieze decorated with floral wreaths and scrolling husks, largely redecorated with traces of earlier decoration
36½ in. (93 cm.), 52¾ in. (134 cm.) wide, 26½ in. (67 cm.) deep
with Keller and Co., New York, in the 1950's.
Bought from Fifty One Antiques, Toronto, Canada, April 1992.
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W. Odom, A History of Italian Furniture, New York, 1967, vol. 2, p. 272, fig. 329 (described as Venetian).
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