17 May 2006
A FRENCH SILVER-PLATED AND MALACHITE-INSET ORMOLU OCCASIONAL TABLE
LATE 19TH CENTURY, THE TOP ASSOCIATED
The floral-engraved top with scrolling and pierced border on a baluster-form stand with lion masks and a tripartite base of lion masks and paw feet, the underside to tray stamped 'Mounts Stamped From The Original "Boulton and Watt" Dies Cira 1774' and 'IFS MADE IN ENGLAND'
29¼ in. (74.5 cm.) high, 20¼ in. (51.5 cm.) diameter of top
with M. Comer of London, New York, 24 February, 1961.
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