12 - 14 October 1992
A GEORGE II WHITE AND GREY-PAINTED CARVED PINE CHIMNEYPIECE, the breakfront shelf with foliate-carved and blind fret-moulded edge, the frieze flanked by a scrolled support to each side with central projecting 'tablet' with a fret-carved flower basket and fruiting foliate scrolls, the shaped hearth surround carved with flowerheads with grey-veined white marble ingrounds and block feet
74½in. (189.5cm.) wide; 64in. (163cm.) high; 7in. (18.5cm.) deep
4 South Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.
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