5 April 2001
A CHINESE-EXPORT BLACK, RED AND GILT-JAPANNED TRIPOD TABLE
Late 18th Century Early 19th Century
Decorated overall with scenes of Chinese figures disporting in a landscape and before pavilions, the circular pierced waved galleried tilt-top above a birdcage mechanism, on a turned baluster shaft and acanthus-clasped cabriole legs, claw-and-ball feet, the decoration refreshed
33½ in. (85 cm.) high; 36¼ in. (92 cm.) diam.
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