London, South Kensington
15 May 2009
A CARVED HARDWOOD DOUBLE STAND, 19TH CENTURY
carved to resemble a natural root formation, the two platforms of the stand supported on intricately gnarled intertwining branches -- 7 7/8in. (20.1cm.) high.
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